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Meanings and phrases
- It is a deciduous shrub tall, with stems up to thick.
- This is an annual herb producing upright stems up to tall.
- The species have stems up to , with leaves that are lanceolate.
- It has erect stems up to 2.5 m tall.
- Growing to tall, it is a herbaceous perennial with hairy, erect stems.
- It is an annual grass producing narrow clumps of erect stems up to 50 centimeters tall.
- Its name stems from a Chinook Jargon word meaning "cap".
- The name stems from the East German car of the same name.
- Its name stems from the Daju people, the ruling ethnic group.
- The hollow flowering stems, long, bear slightly scented flowers in early summer.
- The flowering stems are slender, 3–4 mm (0.12–0.16 in) in diameter, densely set with soft hairs.
- The erect flowering stems up to 45 cm long and leaves, opposite, up to 20 mm long without stalks.
- In China, the leaves and stems are used as a stir-fry vegetable, or in soups.
- The leaves and stems are covered with soft bristly hairs that are very irritating to the touch.
- The bugs suck both on the leaves and stems, as well as on the reproductive organs of the plants.