Synonyms for decne or Related words with decne

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Examples of "decne"
"Decabelone", "Decanema", "Dictyanthus", "Glossonema", "Gongronema" (Endl.) Decne., "Harpanema", "Hemipogon", "Hoodia" Sweet ex Decne., "Ibatia", "Macropetalum" Burch. ex Decne., "Melinia", "Mitostigma", "Nautonia", "Nephradenia", "Orthosia", "Pentopetia", "Peplonia", "Periglossum", "Pherotrichis", "Polystemma", "Ptycanthera", "Pycnoneurum", "Pycnostelma" Bunge ex Decne.,
He described the following genera of flowering plants: "Capanea" and "Chrysothemis" of the Gesneriaceae family; "Sautiera" (Acanthaceae); "Lepinia", "Rhazya" (Apocynaceae); "Vancouveria" (with C.Morren) (Berberidaceae); "Ostryopsis" (Betulaceae); "Dipterygium" (Capparidaceae); "Brassaiopsis", "Cuphocarpus"*, "Dendropanax"*, "Didymopanax"*, "Fatsia"*, "Oreopanax"*, "Stilbocarpa"*, (* with Planch.) (Araliaceae); "Berneuxia" (Diapensiaceae); "Scyphogyne" (Ericaceae); "Akebia", "Boquila" (Lardizabalaceae); "Galtonia" (Liliaceae s. l. or Hyacinthaceae); "Treculia" Decne. ex Trecul (Moraceae; "Camptotheca" (Nyssaceae or Cornaceae); "Ephippiandra" (Monimiaceae); "Pseudais" (Thymelaeaceae); "Allardia", "Lecocarpus", "Wollastonia" DC. ex Decne. (Asteraceae); "Gymnotheca" (Saururaceae); "Bougueria" (Plantaginaceae); "Docynia" (Rosaceae); "Seetzenia" R.Br. ex Decne.(Zygophyllaceae); "Deherainia" (Theophrastaceae); "Lopholepis" (Poaceae); "Asterostemma", "Atherandra", "Baeolepis" Decne. ex Moq., "Barjonia", "Blepharodon", "Calostigma", "Camptocarpus",
177. Panigrahi, G. (1983c) A note on two endemic species of Micromeles Decne (Rosaceae) in India. Bull. Bot. Surv. Ind., 24(1&4): 238-239.
"Quercus ithaburensis Decne." or "Quercus aegilops" (Arabic: السنديان الطبراني أو الملول), a subspecies of the oak (البلوط) tree, is the national tree of Jordan.
"Rhyssostelma", "Riocreuxia", "Tacazzea", "Tassadia", "Trichosandra" ( Asclepiadaceae or Apocynaceae s. l.); "Amorphophallus" Blume ex Decne. (Araceae) and "Leptopus" (Euphorbiaceae s. l. or Phyllanthaceae).
and shrublands with "Alsophila tahitensis", "Cyrtandra" spp., "Dicranopteris linearis, Freycinetia" spp., "Metrosideros collina", "Psychotria" spp., Sphaeropteris spp., and "Vaccinium cereum"(L. f.) G. Forst. var. "adenandrum" (Decne.) F. Br.and diverse pteridophytes.
Boquila is a monotypic genus of flowering plants in the family Lardizabalaceae, native to temperate forests of central and southern Chile and Argentina. The sole species is Boquila trifoliolata (DC.) Decne., known as "Pilpil, Voqui, Voquicillo, Voquillo, Voqui blanco" in Chile. It bears an edible fruit (Boquila berries).
Under the botanical code, names that are similar enough that they are likely to be confused, are also considered to be homonymous (article 53.3). For example, "Astrostemma" Benth. (1880) is an illegitimate homonym of "Asterostemma" Decne. (1838). The zoological code has a set of spelling variations (article 58) that are considered to be identical.
Schefflera morototoni (yagrumo macho; syn. "Didymopanax morototoni" (Aubl.) Decne. & Planch., "Didymopanax morototoni" var. "angustipetalum" March; "Panax morototoni" Aublet; "Sciadophyllum paniculatum" Britton ) is a timber tree native to southern Mexico, the Greater Antilles, Central America, and South America. It grows in a variety of habitats, such as the Caatinga, Cerrado, and Amazon Rainforest of Brazil.
Coryloideae is a subfamily in the woody angiosperm family Betulaceae, commonly known as the birch family, and consists of four extant genera - "Corylus" L., "Ostryopsis" Decne., "Carpinus" L., and "Ostrya" Scop. These deciduous trees and shrubs are primarily distributed in the boreal and cool temperate zones of the Northern Hemisphere, with the majority occurring in Asia, many occurring in North America and a few species occurring as far south as South America. Synapomorphies such reduced staminate flowers, advanced wood anatomy features, and the presence of spermidines in pollen define the Coryloideae.
Chronicles accounts told that the Augustinian missionaries planted a Wooden Cross along the bank of Meyto River as the tradition of baptising the land and they built a chapel made of nipa and bamboo.Later they moved Meysulao and built another visita, and then in Panducot, where they built another chapel under the advocacy of Our Lady of Visitacion as Fray Gaspar de San Agustin mentioned in his Conquistas delas Isla Philipinas (Libro Segundo Chaper 9) Subsequently, the missionary headquarters was moved again to much higher place were a very huge prominent tree called "Kalumpit" (sci.Terminalia microcarpa decne) stands as the original settlers named the place.Another notable characteristics of the village of Calumpit was bounded river which served as natural moat. Primarily, Meyto,Meysulao,Panducot and Calumpit was independent barangays under their own chiefs, it is same with Gatbuka,Bugyon and other old settlements. On April 5, 1572 Legaspi merges the villages of Meyto,Meysulao,Panducot,Calumpit,Candaba,Apalit,Malolos and these villages became ministerios and visitas and also these settlements where merge under single town named Calumpit, where Barangay Calumpit was the center. On December 28, 1575 Gov.General Francisco Sande ordered the inclusion of the villages of Agonoy (Hagonoy), Quinabalonan (now Santa Monica and San Jose Hagonoy), and some villages along Macabebe river,in the Town of Calumpit.