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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -mimosa pudica-, *mimosa pudica*
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Mimosa Pudicaไมยราบ [การแพทย์]

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Mimosa pudica.ต้นไมยราบ John Doe (2013)
It's soil and root from a pantropical weed called mimosa pudica.มันคือดินและราก จากพืชเขตร้อน เรียกว่า มิโมซ่า พูดิก้า Veritas (2008)
Mimosa pudica.มิโมซ่า พูดิก้า Veritas (2008)

Thai-English: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
ไมยราบ[N] sensitive plant, See also: Mimosa pudica Linn., Syn. ต้นไมยราบ, ต้นกระทืบยอด, Example: ใบต้นไมยราบหุบเมื่อถูกกระเทือน, Count unit: ต้น, Thai definition: ชื่อไม้พุ่มขนาดเล็กชนิด Mimosa pudica Linn. ในวงศ์ Leguminosae ใบคล้ายใบกระเฉดเมื่อถูกกระเทือนก็หุบราบไป

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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Sensitive \Sen"si*tive\, a. [F. sensitif. See {Sense}.]
     1. Having sense of feeling; possessing or exhibiting the
        capacity of receiving impressions from external objects;
        as, a sensitive soul.
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     2. Having quick and acute sensibility, either to the action
        of external objects, or to impressions upon the mind and
        feelings; highly susceptible; easily and acutely affected.
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              She was too sensitive to abuse and calumny.
                                                    --Macaulay.
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     3.
        (a) (Mech.) Having a capacity of being easily affected or
            moved; as, a sensitive thermometer; sensitive scales.
        (b) (Chem. & Photog.) Readily affected or changed by
            certain appropriate agents; as, silver chloride or
            bromide, when in contact with certain organic
            substances, is extremely sensitive to actinic rays.
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     4. Serving to affect the sense; sensible. [R.]
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              A sensitive love of some sensitive objects.
                                                    --Hammond.
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     5. Of or pertaining to sensation; depending on sensation; as,
        sensitive motions; sensitive muscular motions excited by
        irritation. --E. Darwin.
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     {Sensitive fern} (Bot.), an American fern ({Onoclea
        sensibilis}), the leaves of which, when plucked, show a
        slight tendency to fold together.
  
     {Sensitive flame} (Physics), a gas flame so arranged that
        under a suitable adjustment of pressure it is exceedingly
        sensitive to sounds, being caused to roar, flare, or
        become suddenly shortened or extinguished, by slight
        sounds of the proper pitch.
  
     {Sensitive joint vetch} (Bot.), an annual leguminous herb
        ({Aeschynomene hispida}), with sensitive foliage.
  
     {Sensitive paper}, paper prepared for photographic purpose by
        being rendered sensitive to the effect of light.
  
     {Sensitive plant}. (Bot.)
        (a) A leguminous plant ({Mimosa pudica}, or {Mimosa
            sensitiva}, and other allied species), the leaves of
            which close at the slightest touch.
        (b) Any plant showing motions after irritation, as the
            sensitive brier ({Schrankia}) of the Southern States,
            two common American species of {Cassia} ({Cassia
            nictitans}, and {Cassia Chamaecrista}), a kind of
            sorrel ({Oxalis sensitiva}), etc.
            [1913 Webster] -- {Sen"si*tive*ly}, adv. --
            {Sen"si*tive*ness}, n.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Mimosa \Mi*mo"sa\ (?; 277), n. [NL., fr. Gr. ? imitator. Cf.
     {Mime}.] (Bot.)
     A genus of leguminous plants, containing many species, and
     including the sensitive plants ({Mimosa sensitiva}, and
     {Mimosa pudica}).
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     Note: The term mimosa is also applied in commerce to several
           kinds bark imported from Australia, and used in
           tanning; -- called also {wattle bark}. --Tomlinson.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

  Mimosa pudica
      n 1: prostrate or semi-erect subshrub of tropical America, and
           Australia; heavily armed with recurved thorns and having
           sensitive soft grey-green leaflets that fold and droop at
           night or when touched or cooled [syn: {sensitive plant},
           {touch-me-not}, {shame plant}, {live-and-die}, {humble
           plant}, {action plant}, {Mimosa pudica}]

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