Momordica

Momordica is a genus of about 60 species of annual or perennial climbers herbaceous or rarely small shrubs belonging to the family Cucurbitaceae, natives of tropical and subtropical Africa and Asia and Australia. Most species produce floral oils and are visited by specialist pollinators in the apid tribe Ctenoplectrini. A molecular phylogeny that ...
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Momordica

(Balsam Apple, Balsam Pear, Bitter Cucumber, Bitter Melon, La-Kwa) Momordica belongs to the cucumber family, Cucurbitaceae. M. charantia, Balsam Pear, Bitter Cucumber, La-Kwa, or Bitter Melon, is a tender, tropical perennial grown as an annual. They are luscious, high-climbing vines with slightly fuzzy stems clothed with dark green, deeply lobed le...
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Momordica

genus Momordica noun Old World tropical vine
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Momordica

Momordica is a genus of tropical climbing herbaceous plants belonging to the order Cucurbitaceae. They bear large white or yellow unisexual flowers, the female ones being followed by fleshy, baccate fruits which burst into valves when ripe.
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Momordica

[n] - Old World tropical vine
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