To honeysuckle δεν είναι μύκητας αλλά σύμφωνα με τα παρακάτω είναι θαμνώδες φυτό.
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Επίσης, σύμφωνα με την encarta: Honeysuckle
, common name for a plant family and for its representative genus. The family contains about 365 species of dicot flowering plants, including many ornamentals. It occurs mainly in the North Temperate Zone, particularly in China, but it also extends into tropical mountains. Its members are mostly shrubs or small trees, for example, elderberry and some species of honeysuckle, such as Japanese honeysuckle, although some familiar members are herbaceous. The leaves are opposite one another on the branch and lack stipules (leafy appendages at the leaf base); the calyx and corolla (floral whorls) have fused parts and arise from above the ovary (female flower part); and usually five stamens are borne on the inside of the corolla tube. The fruit is usually a berry.
The family contains many ornamentals, such as honeysuckle, a genus of about 180 species of usually fragrant shrubs and vinesincluding the common honeysuckle and trumpet honeysucklemore than 30 of which are cultivated; the elders; the arrowwoods; the abelias; and the weigelias. Some species of elder produce wood that has been used to make musical instruments, and the fruits and flowers of the genus are sometimes used to make wines and preserves. Japanese honeysuckle, native to Asia, is widely cultivated but can become naturalized and a weed.
Scientific classification: Honeysuckles make up the family Caprifoliaceae. The representative genus is Lonicera. The Japanese honeysuckle is classified as Lonicera japonica, the common honeysuckle as Lonicera periclymenum, and the trumpet honeysuckle as Lonicera sempervirens.
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