Secamone

noun
Sec·a·mo·ne | \ ˈsekəˈmō(ˌ)nē \

Definition of Secamone 

: a genus of Old World tropical woody vines (family Asclepiadaceae) bearing flowers with rotate corollas and scales of the crown with distinct tips

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History and Etymology for Secamone

New Latin, modification of Latin scammonia scammony

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