Synonyms for brownii or Related words with brownii

hookeri              oblongifolia              preissii              squarrosa              erubescens              ciliata              stricta              auriculata              banksii              atropurpurea              elatum              incana              verticillata              lanceolatum              ellipticum              spathulata              subulata              strictus              fastigiata              vernicosa              aculeata              lepidota              campanulata              torulosa              bracteata              parvifolium              caesia              micrantha              hirtella              magellanica              fimbriatum              mucronata              rotundifolium              stenophylla              labill              plumosa              citrinus              sessilis              adiantum              epacris              pectinata              glabrescens              debilis              sericea              virgata              dissecta              pulvinata              orites              speciosum              coccinea             



Examples of "brownii"
"B. brownii"s closest relative is held to be "B. occidentalis", which differs from "B. brownii" in having smaller, deep red flowers and narrow, sparsely serrate leaves.
"Caladenia brownii" was first formally described by Stephen Hopper and Andrew Brown in 2001 from a specimen collected near the Oldfield River. The description was published in Nuytsia. The specific epithet ("brownii") honours Andrew Brown who found the type specimen
The larvae feed on "Drypetes gerrardii", "Craibia brownii" and "Hippocratea africana".
Neoregelia brownii is a species in the genus "Neoregelia". This species is endemic to Brazil.
The larvae feed on "Craibia brownii", "Craibia laurentii", "Craibia brevicaudata" and "Craibia affinis".
In 1891, Otto Kuntze challenged the generic name "Banksia" L.f., on the grounds that the name "Banksia" had previously been published in 1775 as "Banksia" J.R.Forst & G.Forst, referring to the genus now known as "Pimelea". Kuntze proposed "Sirmuellera" as an alternative, republishing "B. brownii" as ""Sirmuellera brownei" (Baxter)" [sic]. The challenge failed, "Banksia" L.f. was formally conserved, and "Sirmuellera brownii" (Baxter ex R.Br.) Kuntze" is now a nomenclatural synonym of "B. brownii".
It is sometimes considered a subspecies of the other "Paeonia" species native to North America, "Paeonia brownii".
Under George's taxonomic arrangement of "Banksia", "B. brownii"'s taxonomic placement may be summarised as follows:
George placed this species in Subgenus "Verticordia", Section "Corymbiformis" along with "V. polytricha", "V. densiflora", "V. brownii", and "V. capillaris.
Neisosperma brownii was a species of plant in the Apocynaceae family. It was endemic to French Polynesia.
Acacia brownii, commonly known as heath wattle, is an erect or spreading shrub which is endemic to Australia.
Myrsine brownii is a species of plant in the Primulaceae family. It is endemic to French Polynesia.
Other diseases to which "B. brownii" is vulnerable include the parasitic fungus "Armillaria luteobubalina" and the aerial canker fungus "Zythiostroma".
Hakea brownii is a shrub of the genus "Hakea" native to area in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia.
"Verticordia brownii" is classified as "not threatened" by the Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife.
"A. brownii" is one of 12 endemic flowering plant species in the Amaranthaceae family found in the Hawaiian Islands:
George placed this species in Subgenus "Verticordia", Section "Corymbiformis" along with "V. polytricha", "V. densiflora", "V. eriocephala" and "V. brownii.
"Caladenia brownii" is classified as "not threatened" by the Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife.
George placed this species in Subgenus "Verticordia", Section "Corymbiformis" along with "V. polytricha", "V. brownii", "V. eriocephala" and "V. capillaris.
Brown's name is commemorated in the Australia herb genus "Brunonia" as well as numerous Australian species such as "Eucalyptus brownii", "Banksia brownii" and the moss Brown's Tetrodontium Moss ("Tetrodontium brownianum"), a species which he discovered growing at Roslin near Edinburgh whilst still a student. The plant can still be found at the site of its discovery.