Synonyms for dorstenia or Related words with dorstenia

marcgravia              perezia              palicourea              setigera              insulare              appendiculata              lomariopsis              connata              physalacria              ecuadorensis              sicana              squamulosa              hernandia              dependens              freziera              lepidota              mitodes              fluminensis              struthanthus              campanulata              alphonsea              alseodaphne              pancheria              talisia              martiana              hedyosmum              chloraea              polysperma              weinmannia              radlk              calcarata              rondeletia              gracilipes              filamentosa              serruria              serjania              trechispora              sticta              secamone              hirtellus              bothriocline              cranichis              triclisia              siparuna              piptochaetium              sprucei              subsessilis              anisophyllea              drypetes              sessiliflora             



Examples of "dorstenia"
Dorstenia mannii is a plant species in the genus "Dorstenia".
Dorstenia brasiliensis is a species of herbaceous plant in the family Moraceae of the Rosales order.
Dorstenia uxpanapana is a species of herb in the plant family Moraceae.
Dorstenia panamensis is a species of in the plant family Moraceae which is native to Panama.
6,8-Diprenyleriodictyol, dorsmanin C and dorsmanin F can be found in "Dorstenia mannii".
"Dorstenia" is named in honor of the German physician and botanist Theodor Dorsten (1492–1552).
Dorstenia excentrica is a species of herb in the plant family Moraceae.
Dorstenia jamaicensis is a species of herb in the plant family Moraceae.
Dorstenia elata is a species of herb in the Moraceae plant family .
Dorstenia colombiana is a species of herb in the plant family Moraceae.
Dorstenia is a predominately Old and New World plant genus within the family Moraceae, but there is one "Dorstenia" species that is located in Indonesia and South Asia. There are 105 species within this genus that are fairly equally distributed between the Afrotropics and Neotropics, second only in number to the "Ficus" genera in Moraceae, but "Dorstenia" is unique when compared to other members of the Moraceae because of their extremely diverse growth habits and life forms. The majority of the Moraceae is woody perennials, while "Dorstenia" is dominated by herbaceous, succulent, or suffrutescent perennials, and only 10% exhibit the typical woody habit of the Moraceae. "Dorstenia" also have a striking reproductive structure composed of clusters of bisexual flowers on disc-shaped receptacles that are often adorned with variable size and shape bracts. Like most members of the Moraceae, "Dorstenia" have drupe fruits like peaches (peaches are not a member of the Moraceae), but another special feature of "Dorstenia" drupes is that they explode to release the seed. The seeds are usually small with a minuscule endosperm. The "Dorstenia" genus is also well known by indigenous people in the tropics as a medicinal plant with numerous flavonoid compounds that have anti-microbial, anti-reverse transcriptase, and anti-inflammatory effects.
Dorstenia hirta is an herbaceous species of the plant family Moraceae which is native to eastern Brazil.
Dorstenia urceolata is a species of herb in the plant family Moraceae which is native to eastern Brazil.
Dorstenia hildegardis is a species of herb in the plant family Moraceae which is native to eastern Brazil.
Dorstenia aristeguietae is a species of herb in the plant family Moraceae which is native to Venezuela.
Dorstenia lindeniana is a species of herb in the plant family Moraceae which is native to Mexico, Guatemala and Belize.
Dorstenia erythranda is a species of herb in the plant family Moraceae which is native to Cuba and Hispaniola.
Dorstenia appendiculata is a species of subshrub or herb in the plant family Moraceae which is native to eastern Brazil.
Dorstenia caimitensis is a species of herb in the plant family Moraceae which is native to Haiti.
Dorstenia bahiensis is a species of herb in the plant family Moraceae which is native to eastern Brazil.