Synonyms for complanata or Related words with complanata

delicatula              oblongus              cincta              interrupta              tenellus              tessellatus              papillosa              consobrina              pectinata              pustulata              debilis              intricata              caliginosa              ciliatus              tuberculata              costata              constricta              gracilipes              sinuosa              granulata              plumosa              foveolata              decussata              abbreviata              velutinus              virgata              coriacea              lamellosa              bispinosa              appendiculata              granulatus              sylvicola              robustum              ventricosa              rivularis              arcuata              obtusata              cornuta              angustata              nasuta              concinnus              eximia              confluens              erubescens              sowerbyi              decipiens              inflatus              asperum              lamarckii              foliacea             

Examples of "complanata"
"Millepora complanata" is susceptible to coral bleaching, a process by which stressed corals expel their zooxanthellae and turn white. In a mass bleaching event in the Caribbean in 1998 caused by thermal stress, both "M. complanata" and the closely related "Millepora alcicornis" were affected but "M. alcicornis" more severely so. Many colonies were killed but some, especially colonies of "M. complanata", recovered and regained their colour over the course of a few months.
Scopula complanata is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is found in India (Assam).
Cymindis complanata is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Harpalinae. It was described by Dejean in 1826.
Peyrierasina complanata is a species of beetles in the family Buprestidae, the only species in the genus Peyrierasina.
The eastern elliptio ("Elliptio complanata") is a freshwater mussel in the Unionidae family, native to Canada and the United States.
"Eremophila complanata" was first formally described by Robert Chinnock in 2007 and the description was published in "Eremophila and Allied Genera: A Monograph of the Plant Family Myoporaceae". The type specimen was collected by Chinnock in the Chiddarcooping Nature Reserve near Mukinbudin. The specific epithet ("complanata") is a Latin word meaning "levelled".
Complanine is an quaternary ammonium compound isolated from the marine fireworm "Eurythoe complanata". It causes an inflammatory effect upon contact with the skin or mucous membranes.
Unionidae are distinguished by a unique and complex life cycle. Most unionids are of separate sex, although some species, such as "Elliptio complanata", are known to be hermaphroditic.
The specific epithet "complanata" refers to the flattened leaf stalk. This species first appeared in scientific literature in the year 1810.
Deoclona complanata is a moth in the Autostichidae family. It was described by Meyrick in 1922. It is found in Peru.
Some of the polyps of "Millepora complanata" are dactylozooids with hair-like processes and stinging cells that detect the presence of zooplankton and help entrap it. Other polyps are gastrozooids and their chief function is the ingestion of food for the colony. Copepods form the main part of the diet. The soft tissues of "M. complanata" contain zooxanthellae, symbiotic photosynthetic dinoflagellates. These provide much of the organic carbon needed by the fire coral.
Pupina complanata is a species of land snail with an operculum, a terrestrial gastropod mollusk in the family Pupinidae. This species is found in the Marshall Islands and Micronesia.
Complanine is a quaternary ammonium salt that has been isolated from the marine fireworm "Eurythoe complanata". It causes an inflammatory effect upon contact with the skin or mucous membranes.
"Eremophila complanata" is classified as "Priority Two" by the Government of Western Australia Department of Parks and Wildlife, meaning that it is poorly known and from one or a few locations.
Tillandsia complanata is a species in the genus "Tillandsia". This species is native to Bolivia, Peru, northern Brazil, Colombia, Guyana, Costa Rica, Panama, Cuba, Jamaica, Trinidad, Venezuela and Ecuador.
"Carex bushii" is distinguished from the similar "Carex caroliniana", "Carex complanata", and "Carex hirsutella" by having pistillate scales that are at least as long as the perigynia (the covering of the achene).
The depressed river mussel or compressed river mussel, "Pseudanodonta complanata", is a species of freshwater mussel, an aquatic bivalve mollusk in the family Unionidae, the river mussels. The species name comes from the flattened shape of its shell.
Eurychorda is a group of plants in the Restionaceae described as a genus in 1998. There is only one known species, Eurychorda complanata, endemic to Australia (Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland).
"P. daedalea" is an aggressive coral and seeks to prevent competitors from overshadowing it. Researchers placed small colonies of this species alongside similar-sized colonies of the less-aggressive "Favites complanata". Some of the tentacles of "P. daedalea" developed into sweeper tentacles which then inflicted damage on the soft tissues of the adjoining "F. complanata". These sweeper tentacles were up to in length, about fifteen times as long as a normal tentacle, and well armed with cnidocytes. The soft tissue damage was extensive, the skeleton was laid bare in places and sponges, algae and other fouling organisms grew on it. Three of the ten corals that were attacked eventually died.
Acacia complanata, known as long-pod wattle and flat-stemmed wattle, is a perennial tree native to Australia. It can grow 5–6 m tall, but more often it grows as a large shrub. It is not listed as being a threatened species. It is commonly used in environmental management.