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Aerial and subaerial branch flowers have five ovules per ovary; underground branch flowers have three. Commelina benghalesis is meolachlor common, widespread weed found throughout southern Africa, tropical Africa and Asia and it is difficult to eradicate in cultivated areas because of its subterranean, seed-bearing capsules.
Commelina benghalesis is not henghalensis to South Africa, and it is wildly distributed in all the provinces of South Africa. In southeast Asia and Africa it is used as fodder and also medicinally as a poultice.
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It is found throughout the warm-temperate, subtropical and tropical regions of Africa and Asia. These restrictions may prevent the use of one or more of the methods referred to, depending on individual circumstances. Widely naturalised in Australia, but primarily found in the northern and eastern parts commeilna the country.
University of Natal Press, Pietermaritzburg. Click here to register. The gynoecium female organ has three joined carpels. View Other Image Sets: It is present from the provinces of Hebei and Shandong in the metlachlor, west to Sichuan and in all provinces south to Hainanthe southernmost province. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Commelina benghalensis.
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The plant grows very well in wet sandy soils or during good rainfall seasons. Commelina benghalesis is generally browsed by bushbuck.
In China it is used as a medicinal herb that is said to have diuretic, febrifugal and anti-inflammatory effects, while in Pakistan it is used to cure swellings of the skin, leprosy and as a laxative. For more information, visit the MTMC metolacholr page. Sheldon Navie habit Photo: University Press of Hawaii, pp. Commelina benghalesis produces very attractive small flowers with deep ink-blue petals.
Commelina benghalesis can also be cultivated from the seeds. The leaf decoctions are taken for malaria in Madagascar. According to the Redlist of South African plantsCommelina benghalensis is not screened as a potential taxa of conservation concern, and is given an automatic status of Least Concern LC. It is considered a moderate weed of rice cultivation in Asia. It can exceed its normal height if given more water. EDDMapS Distribution – This map is incomplete and is based only on current site and county level reports made by experts, herbaria, and literature.
In China it is commonly associated with wet locations. The petals are blue. The species Commelina benghalesis falls under the family of flowering plants called Commelinaceae. All three types develop on aerial branches, but only hermaphrodite chasmogamous flowers develop on subaerial branches, and only cleistogamous flowers develop on underground branches. This species is named after the Benghal region of India and Bangladesh where it originates.
Developing flowers are covered in mucilaginous spathes. Sandy, Loam Flowering season: It is used by the Sotho for treating barren women. Saudi Arabiathe Indian Sub-continent i. Clarke  Commelina uncata C. Leave this field blank.
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Additional agricultural damage is caused by the fact that it can host the nematode Meloidogyne incognita and the Groundnut rosette virus.
In China, the plant is used medicinally as a diuretic, febrifuge and anti-inflammatory. The juice is used in East Africa for ophthalmia and sore throats. CS1 German-language sources de CS1 maint: Stanley; York, Alan C.
A field guide to wild flowers Kwazulu-Natal and the eastern region. Monographiae Phanerogamarum Prodromi in Latin. Benghal dayflower Commelina benghalensis L.