Synonyms for canescens or Related words with canescens

incana              lanceolatum              fastigiata              microcephala              pruinosa              oblongifolia              ferruginea              caesia              pumilum              pedicellata              purpurascens              atropurpurea              subulata              hookeri              strigosa              ciliata              velutina              corymbosa              debilis              hirsuta              stricta              longiflora              mucronata              strictus              marginata              uliginosa              robustum              virgata              longipes              aculeata              rubiginosa              sericea              glabrescens              auriculata              microphylla              campanulata              fasciculatum              petiolaris              bracteata              micrantha              spectabilis              scabrum              hirtella              rotundifolium              pedunculata              mimulus              citrina              calcarata              ramosa              longifolius             

Examples of "canescens"
"Amorpha canescens" was described for science by Frederick Pursh in 1814. "Canescens" is a botanical Latin term meaning "becoming grey".
Pseudognaphalium canescens (syn. "Gnaphalium canescens") is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family known by the common name Wright's cudweed.
Salvia canescens (Hoary sage) is a herbaceous perennial that is endemic to the Caucasus mountains. The specific epithet, "canescens", refers to the off-white hairs covering the leaves.
Penicillium canescens is a anamorph fungus species of the genus of "Penicillium" which was isolated from soil of the United Kingdom. "Penicillium canescens" produces the antibiotic canescin.
The Zuni people take an infusion the whole plant of subspecies "canescens", variety "canescens" and rub it on the abdomen as an emetic.
The larvae probably feed on "Heterotheca canescens".
"Salvia canescens" was first described in 1831 by the Russian botanist Carl Anton von Meyer. The English botanist George Bentham applied the same name to a different species, which he corrected in his 1833 volume of "Labiatarum Genera et Species" by applying "S. canescens" Benth. as a synonym of "Salvia pallida". In 1992, the Russian botanist Y. L. Menitsky reduced the species "Salvia daghestanica", originally described in 1951 by Dmitrii Ivanovich Sosnowsky, to a variety of "S. canescens", thus also requiring the autonym "S. canescens" var. "canescens".
Trixoscelis canescens, is a European species of Heleomyzidae.
"U. canescens" is highly susceptible to Dutch elm disease.
The larvae feed on "Machaeranthera canescens" and "Xylorhiza tortifolia".
The photobiont of "D. canescens" is a green algae (chlorococcoid).
Arctostaphylos canescens, common name hoary manzanita, is a species of manzanita.
The larvae feed on "Eriophorum", "Poa annua", "Calamagrostis canescens", "Brachypodium" and "Molinia" species (including "Molinia coerulea").
The larvae feed on various Poaceae species, including "Corynephorus canescens", "Carex arenaria" and "Molinia caerulea".
Anthela canescens is a moth of the Anthelidae family. It is found in Australia.
The larvae feed on "Amorpha canescens", "Gleditsia triacanthos" and "Robinia pseudoacacia".
Carposina canescens is a moth of the Carposinidae family. It is endemic to New Zealand.
Diarsia canescens is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found from southern
Albizia canescens, commonly known as Belmont siris, is a species of "Albizia", endemic to Northern Australia.
Clethra canescens" var. "clementis is a tree in the family Clethraceae.