belladonna

Datura vs Belladonna - What's the difference?

datura | belladonna |


As a noun datura

is a plant of the genus datura .

As a proper noun belladonna is

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Belladonna - What does it mean?

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Atropine vs Belladonna - What's the difference?

atropine | belladonna |


As nouns the difference between atropine and belladonna

is that atropine is (poison|pharmaceutical drug) an alkaloid extracted from the plant deadly nightshade (atropa belladonna ) and other sources though overdoses would be fatal it is used as a drug in medicine for its paralytic effects (eg in surgery to relax muscles, in dentistry to dry the mouth, in ophthalmology to dilate the pupils) while belladonna is a plant, atropa belladonna , having purple bell-shaped flowers and poisonous black glossy berries; deadly nightshade.

Medicinally vs Belladonna - What's the difference?

medicinally | belladonna |


As an adverb medicinally

is in a medicinal manner.

As a noun belladonna is

a plant, atropa belladonna , having purple bell-shaped flowers and poisonous black glossy berries; deadly nightshade.

Alkaloid vs Belladonna - What's the difference?

alkaloid | belladonna |


As nouns the difference between alkaloid and belladonna

is that alkaloid is (organic chemistry) any of many organic heterocyclic bases, that occur in nature and often have medicinal properties while belladonna is a plant, atropa belladonna , having purple bell-shaped flowers and poisonous black glossy berries; deadly nightshade.

As an adjective alkaloid

is relating to, resembling, or containing alkali.

Berries vs Belladonna - What's the difference?

berries | belladonna |


As nouns the difference between berries and belladonna

is that berries is while belladonna is a plant, atropa belladonna , having purple bell-shaped flowers and poisonous black glossy berries; deadly nightshade.

As a verb berries

is (berry).

Glossy vs Belladonna - What's the difference?

glossy | belladonna |


As nouns the difference between glossy and belladonna

is that glossy is (chiefly|british|informal) a glossy magazine while belladonna is a plant, atropa belladonna , having purple bell-shaped flowers and poisonous black glossy berries; deadly nightshade.

As an adjective glossy

is having a smooth, silklike, reflective surface.

Black vs Belladonna - What's the difference?

black | belladonna |


As nouns the difference between black and belladonna

is that black is the colour/color perceived in the absence of light while belladonna is a plant, atropa belladonna , having purple bell-shaped flowers and poisonous black glossy berries; deadly nightshade.

As an adjective black

is (of an object) absorbing all light and reflecting none; dark and hueless.

As a verb black

is to make black, to blacken.

Poisonous vs Belladonna - What's the difference?

poisonous | belladonna |


As an adjective poisonous

is containing sufficient poison to be dangerous.

As a noun belladonna is

a plant, atropa belladonna , having purple bell-shaped flowers and poisonous black glossy berries; deadly nightshade.

Flower vs Belladonna - What's the difference?

flower | belladonna |


As nouns the difference between flower and belladonna

is that flower is a colorful, conspicuous structure associated with angiosperms, frequently scented and attracting various insects, and which may or may not be used for sexual reproduction or flower can be something that flows, such as a river while belladonna is a plant, atropa belladonna , having purple bell-shaped flowers and poisonous black glossy berries; deadly nightshade.

As a verb flower

is to put forth blooms.

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