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Hibiscus mutabilis

  • T. K. LimEmail author
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Scientific Name

Hibiscus mutabilisL.

Synonyms

Abelmoschus mutabilis (Linnaeus) Wallich ex Hasskarl, Abelmoschus venustus Walp., Hibiscus immutabilis Dehnh. ex Walp., Hibiscus immutabilis Dehnh., Hibiscus javanicus Weinm., Hibiscus malvarosa Noronha, Hibiscus mutabilis f. plenus S. Y. Hu, Hibiscus sinensis Miller, Ketmia mutabilis (Linnaeus) Moench

Family

Malvaceae

Common/English Names

Changeable Rose, Changing Rose, Chinese Rose, Common Rose Mallow, Confederate Rose, Cotton Rose, Cotton Rosemallow, Dixie, Dixie Rose Mallow, Rose Mallow, White Mallow

Vernacular Names

  • Chinese: Fu Rong Hua, Fu Yong, Mu Fu Rong, Chong Ban Mu Fu Rong (double-flowered variety)

  • Estonian: Muutlik Hibisk

  • French: Caprice De Femme

  • French Polynesia: Akaimhe, Rakauhai, Rap

  • German: Filziger Roseneibisch

  • India: Sthal Padma, Thul Padma (Bengali), Sthalkamal (Hindi), Neladavare (Kannada), Chinappratti (Malayalam), Semburuti (Tamil), Gul-E-Ajaib (Urdu)

  • Indonesia: Waru Landak (Javanese), Saya Ngalingali (Ternate)

  • Japanese...

Keywords

Ferulic Acid Petroleum Ether Extract Pink Flower Methanol Leaf Extract Tetracosanoic Acid 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.CanberraAustralia

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