Synonyms for forssk or Related words with forssk
Examples of "forssk"
"African opopanax" is the resin of "Commiphora kataf" (
Suaeda fruticosa, commonly known as shrubby seablight, is a species of plant in the family Amaranthaceae (formerly classified under the Chenopodiaceae). It is a small shrub, with very variable appearance over its wide range. It is a halophyte, and occurs in arid and semi-arid saltflats, salt marshes and similar habitats. It can be used for soil remediation to reduce salinity and contamination by toxic metals. The species is synonymous with "Suaeda vermiculata"
. ex J.F.Gmel. and "Suaeda vera"
. ex J.F.Gmel.
Pyrus bourgaeana, the Iberian pear, is a close relative of "Pyrus communis" L. The last was domesticated about 2500 years ago. This monoecious small tree (typically 3–6 m high) is widely distributed across the southern Iberian Peninsula and northern Morocco, where it coexists with four "Pyrus" species: "P. communis" L., "P. cordata" Dew., "P. spinosa"
, and "P. nivalis" Jacq. Characteristics to discriminate these species are the width of fruit peduncle, petal size, leaf width and petiole length served to the taxa.
"Salsola imbricata" was first described in 1775 by the Swedish naturalist Peter Forsskål. In 1849, Alfred Moquin-Tandon transferred it to the genus "Caroxylon", making it "Caroxylon imbricatum" (
.) Moq., but later it was mostly accepted in genus "Salsola". Following a phylogenetic analysis of Salsoloideae in 2007 by Akhani, H., et al., it has been proposed to place "Salsola imbricata" back to "Caroxylon imbricatum". This matter is unresolved by ThePlantList, but accepted by GBIF.
Ptilotus R.Br. is a genus of approximately 110 species of annual and perennial herbs and shrubs in the family Amaranthaceae. All species are native to mainland Australia, although one species, "Ptilotus spathulatus" (R.Br.) Poir., also occurs in Tasmania and another, "Ptilotus conicus" R.Br., in Malesia on the islands of Flores and Timor. Most of the diversity is in Western Australia, particularly in the Pilbara. Common names for species in this genus include mulla mulla, foxtails, pussy tails and lamb's tails. The genus was first formally described by botanist Robert Brown in "Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae" in 1810. In family-level phylogenetic studies, "Ptilotus" has been placed within a clade informally known as the 'aervoids'. It has been resolved as monophyletic and is closely related to "Aerva"
. An interactive key to the species of "Ptilotus" is available at KeyBase.
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