Synonyms for bremek or Related words with bremek

hiern              schum              pavetta              psydrax              oliv              welw              griseb              zeyh              summerh              valeton              macbr              markgr              canthium              meisn              planch              kraenzl              puberula              baill              steyerm              aubl              poepp              steud              schumach              hemsl              kosterm              cunn              kunth              radlk              forssk              rytigynia              brassii              standl              schinz              lindl              gagnep              craib              phylica              moldenke              schltr              memecylon              thonn              vollesen              klotzsch              calcicola              muell              vatke              salisb              montrouz              humbertii              desf             



Examples of "bremek"
The species has been sometimes placed under the genus "Pleiocraterium" as "P. verticillare" along with the species, "P. plantaginifolium" (Arn.) Bremek. from Sri Lanka, "P. sumatranum" Bremek. and "P. gentianifolium" Bremek., both of Sumatra. Molecular phylogenetic studies however have found this genus to nest within other representatives of the genus "Hedyotis" giving little support for a separate genus.
The genus "Pleiocraterium" was erected with "Hedyotis verticillaris" moved to it as "P. verticillare" along with the species, "P. plantaginifolium" (Arn.) Bremek. from Sri Lanka, P.sumatranum Bremek. and P. gentianifolium Bremek. both of Sumatra by Bremekamp. Molecular phylogenetic studies however have found this genus to nest within other representatives of the genus "Hedyotis" with little support for a separate genus.
Note: "Rostafinskia elegans" Racib. 1884is a name brought to synonymy to "Collaria elegans" (Racib.) Dhillon & Nann.-Bremek. ex Ing, 1982.
Qingdai (青黛), a traditional Chinese medicine, is derived from dried leaves and stems of "baphicacanthus cusia" (Nees) Bremek., Polygonumtinctorium Ait., or Isatis indigotica Fort.
Related species include "Strobilanthes cusia" BREMEK (大青葉, Da Ching Yeh, タイセイヨウ), used in Chinese and Japanese herbal medicine, and "Strobilanthes forrestii" Diels (Wei Niu Xi), used in Chinese herbal medicine.
Peristrophe roxburghiana (syn. "Peristrophe tinctoria" Nees, "Peristrophe baphica" (Spreng) Bremek.; also called magenta plant, or lá cẩm in Vietnamese) is a flowering plant in the family Acanthaceae, native to southeastern Asia from Assam south to Sri Lanka and east to mainland Southeast Asia, Java, southern China, and Taiwan.
It is a monotypic genus containing the single species Nesohedyotis arborea (Roxb.) Bremek., which grows on the central ridge of the island. It is known commonly as the St. Helena dogwood. The vernacular name recalls the similarity between its inflorescences and those of "Cornus" species, the dogwoods of Europe and North America. Although it is one of the commoner endemic species on Saint Helena its small population size and small geographical distribution make it endangered.
Strobilanthes callosa Nees "(Synonym: Carvia callosa (Nees) Bremek)" is a shrub found mainly in the low hills of the western ghats all along the west coast of India. Its standardized Hindi language name is Maruadona (मरुआदोना) by which it is called in the state of Madhya Pradesh where it is also found. In the state of Maharashtra in the Marathi language and other local dialects and in the neighboring state of Karnataka the shrub is locally known as Karvi, sometimes spelled in English as Karvy.
Kew Bull. 1910: 180 (1910); in Hook., Ic. Pl. 31: t. 3023 (1915). — Bremek. & Oberm. in Ann. Transv. Mus. 16: 420 (1935). — Harms in Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berl. 14: 443–4 (1939). — O. B. Mill, in Journ. S. Afr. Bot. 18: 39 (1952). — Pardy in Rhod. Agr. Journ. 52: 515 cum photogr. (1955). — Williamson, Useful Pl. Nyasal.: 55 (1956). — Palgrave, Trees of Central Afr.: 218 cum photogr. et tab. (1957). — White, F.F.N.R.: 180, fig. 35C–E (1962). TAB. 55 fig. B. Type from the Transvaal.