A Closeup Of A Morning Glory Flower Center . The Genus Ipomoea ( Pronounced / ...
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Description: A closeup of a Morning Glory flower center . The genus Ipomoea ( pronounced / ˌ ; ɪ ; poʊ ; ˈ ; miː ; ə ; / , from the Greek ips ipos , wormweed or bindweed , and homoeos , resembling , referring to the twining habit ) is the largest in the family Convolvulaceae , with over 500 species . Most of these are called " morning glories " , but this can refer to related genera also . Those formerly separated in Calonyction ( Greek κ ; α ; λ ; ό ; ς ; , kalos , good and ν ; ύ ; κ ; τ ; α ; , nycta , night ) are called " moonflowers " . The genus occurs throughout the tropical and subtropical regions of the world , and comprises annual and perennial herbaceous plants , lianas , shrubs and small trees ; most of the species are twining climbing plants .
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