Synonyms for baill or Related words with baill

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Examples of "baill"
The gender "Hasskarlia" Baill. in the family "Euphorbiaceae" is named in his honor.
Botanical synonyms for the plant also include "Schotia simplicifolia" (Vahl ex DC) Baill.
Glaziovianin A is typically isolated from the leaves of the Brazilian tree "Ateleia glazioviana" Baill.
A number of species such as "Commiphora aprevalii" (Baill.) Guillaumin, were named to commemorate him.
Cedrelopsis grevei Baill. (Hist. Phys. Madagascar 34(4): , atlas 2, t. 25,1893) also known as Katrafay or "Kathrafay" is an endemic bush tree from Madagascar.
It is suggested that "Balor" comes from Common Celtic "*Baleros", meaning "the deadly one", cognate with Old Irish "at-baill" (dies) and Welsh "ball" (death, plague).
"Tibouchina" "barbigera" Baill was described in 1877. It is a small shrub found in Bolivia and in the "cerrado" of Central Brazil. The type specimen is kept in the herbarium at the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris. "T. barbigera" is the host to a number of gall-inducing moths.
Oldenburgia is a genus of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family. It contains four accepted species, including the commonly cultivated species near- endangered "Oldenburgia grandis" (Thunb.) Baill. (="Oldenburgia arbuscula" DC.), the "Oldenburgia paradoxa" Less. (type-species), "Oldenburgia intermedia" Bond (small distribution around Cape Town) and "Oldenburgia papionum" DC. "Oldenburgia herbacea" (L.) Roxb. is an unresolved name.
Many studies have reported that the ethanol extract of S. chinensis Baill (SC-E) can decrease the inflammation by inhibiting the intracellular nitric oxide, prostaglandin E2, and various inflammatory cytokines released by lipopolysaccharide stimulation of raw 264.7 macrophages. Saururus chinensis also regulate blood lipid level in animal model and suppress the activity of α-glucosidase for the anti-diabetic effect.
Macrostelia is a genus in the tribe Hibisceae - in the family Malvaceae. The genus consists of three species: "M. calyculata" Hochr., "M. involucrata" Hochr., and "M. laurina" (Baill.) Hochr. & Humbert. Macrostelias - all native to Madagascar - distinguish themselves from most other genera in Hibisceae by typically bearing flowers with a long corolla tube. Although members of "Hibiscus" - an example of one of these other genera - may bear flowers with proximally connate petals, such connation occurs only at the very base of the petals.
In Norway, dumplings have a vast variety of names, as the dialects differ substantially. Names include "potetball", "klubb", "kløbb", "raspeball", "komle", "kumle", "kompe", "kumpe", "kodla", "kudle", "klot", "kams", "ball", "baill", "komperdøse", "kumperdøse", "kompadøs", "ruter", "ruta", "raskekako", "risk", "klotremat", "krumme" and "kromme". They are usually made from crushed potatoes mixed with various types of flour, often with an emphasis on barley and wheat. In some local recipes the potatoes are dehydrated, while in others there is a mixture of raw and boiled potatoes. Occasionally they are filled with bacon. Depending on local tradition, dumplings can be sided with syrup, swede and often meat if the dumplings does not have meat filling.
Schefflera umbellifera (Sond.) Baill. is an evergreen to semi-deciduous Southern African tree of 15-20m growing in escarpment and coastal forest in Malawi, through eastern Zimbabwe and Mozambique along the east coast to South Africa, as far south as the Garden Route. It belongs to the Araliaceae or Cabbage Tree family and is one of some 600 species in the genus "Schefflera", created by J.R.Forst. & G.Forst. in 1776 to honour the 18th century German physician and botanist Johann Peter Ernst von Scheffler (born in 1739) of Danzig, and not to be confused with writer and physician Jacob Christoph Scheffler (1698-1745) of Altdorf bei Nürnberg.
Kabbinale, a village at the foot hills of the Western Ghats (Sahyadri) Agumbe range, is situated in Karkala taluk of the Udupi district of Karnataka state, India. In the Kannada language, "kabbinale" means "crushing unit of sugarcane ". This small village is around 50 km from UdupiTown, and the nearest town is Hebri, which is around 20 km from Kabbinale. The area is covered by thick rain forests, evergreen, and populated by wild animals. The last settlement, called Kuchur, is around 1500 feet above sea level. Korth Baill is the highest, and last point of village Kabbinale. It can be reached from Hebri via Mudraadi or Bachappu or Ajekar via Munniyal. Kabbinale village has been included into the Kuduremukha National Park Project and local people of several villages are opposing the Government's move to declare the villages, including Kabbiale, as tiger reserve.
Formerly "Lodoicea" was known as Maldive coconut. Its scientific name, "Lodoicea maldivica", originated before the 18th century when the Seychelles were uninhabited. In centuries past the coconuts that fell from the trees and ended up in the sea would be carried away eastwards by the prevailing sea currents. The nuts can only float after the germination process, when they are hollow. In this way many drifted to the Maldives where they were gathered from the beaches and valued as an important trade and medicinal item. This association is reflected in one of the plant's archaic botanical names, "Lodoicea callipyge" Comm. ex J. St.-Hil., in which "callipyge" is from Greek words meaning 'beautiful buttocks'. Other botanical names used in the past include "Lodoicea sechellarum" Labill. and "Lodoicea sonneratii" (Giseke) Baill.
Ankang is the subtropics continental monsoon climate with assembled biological resources. known as "the mountain of treasure in Qinba area", Ankang has more than 3300 kinds of biological species. There are 2157 kinds of trees, among which katsura tree, horse chestnut, Liriodendron, yew, ginkgo, Cephalotaxus, camphor, nanmu, wingceltis and so on are rare or unique in China, especially Davidia involucrata Baill (Also known as Chinese dove tree) growing in Zhenping County is called as living fossil 250 million years ago which is a rare species in the world. Ankang has a total of 430 kinds of wild animals, of which 34 were classified as national protective rare animals. Ankang is rich in Chinese herbal medicines, with more than 1290 kinds of species. The output of cocoon, Codonopsis pilosula, tea, raw Chinese lacquer, musk tops Shaanxi and the output of raw Chinese lacquer is well known in China. The development of Chinese herbal medicines mainly on Gynostemma pentaphylla, saponin and puerarin has formed industrial groups with certain size. Ankang's tea has a long production history, which is one of seven major tea-planted areas in China. There are 9 counties or districts produce tea, among which Ziyang, Liping, Hanbin, Langao, Han Yin and Shiquan are the main tea-producing areas. In 2006, the tea garden covered an area of 34.52 million mu in Ankang, with a total output of 4735 tons. Ankang is also the largest silkworm and silk production base in Shaanxi, even in the northwest of China whose cocoon output accounts for more than 80% of Shaanxi Province. Ankang is an important base for forest and animal husbandry. The grassland covers an area of 3,130,000 mu and the theoretical animal number of the grasslands is 3,120,000. The forest area is 1,993 mu and the forest coverage of Ankang is 56.5%. The stumpage has reached 55,540,000 cubic meters, accounting for 20.6% of Shaanxi's.