Ageratum conyzoides : A Tropical Source of Medicinal and Agricultural Products

@inproceedings{Ming2001AgeratumC,
  title={Ageratum conyzoides : A Tropical Source of Medicinal and Agricultural Products},
  author={Lin Chau Ming},
  year={2001}
}
BOTANY Ageratum is derived from the Greek “ a geras,” meaning non-aging, referring to the longevity of the flowers or the whole plant. The specific epithet “ conyzoides ” is derived from “kónyz,” the Greek name of Inula helenium, which it resembles (Kissmann and Groth 1993). The synonyms of A. conyzoides include A. album Stend; A. caeruleum Hort. ex. Poir… CONTINUE READING