Synonyms for glaziovii or Related words with glaziovii
Examples of "glaziovii"
The tree cassava or Ceara rubber tree, Manihot carthaginensis" subsp. "
, also known as "Manihot
", is a species of deciduous flowering plant in the spurge family, Euphorbiaceae, that is native to eastern Brazil.
Larvae feed on coffee plants, "Bidens pilosa", "Cupressus", "Dahlia" and "Manihot
is a species in the genus "Cryptanthus". This species is endemic to Brazil.
is a species in the genus "Pitcairnia". This species is endemic to Brazil.
is a species of plant in the family Moraceae.
is an obsolete synonym of two species of tree ferns:
was a species of plant in the Sapotaceae family. It was endemic to Brazil. It became extinct due to habitat loss.
Phyllosticta manihotis is a plant pathogen originating from the Philippines that forms on the leaves of several cassava species like "Manihot dichotoma", "M.
" and "M. heterophylla".
Threatened species were "Euterpe edulis", "Tabebuia cassinoides", "Protium kleinii", "Swartzia flaemingii", "Lobelia anceps", "Ocotea odorifera", "Hibiscus bifurcatus", "Brosimum
" and "Pharus latifolius".
is a species of plant in the Cactaceae family. It is endemic to Brazil. Its natural habitat is rocky areas. It is threatened by habitat loss.
is a species of tree fern. Very little is known about this plant and its taxonomic status is uncertain.
The larvae probably feed on lichens on the bark of "Acacia koa", "Manihot
", "Prosopis" and other trees. The larva is a case-maker. The case does not have the wide flange that the case of "Hyposmocoma alliterata" has.
The larvae feed amongst lichens on trees trunks of "Acacia koa", "Aleurites moluccanus", "Boehmeria", "Manihot
", "Prosopis" and "Sophora". Its larvae are at times common on the trunks of living trees.
Red "Cecropia" ("C.
") shows antidepressant-like activity in rats. Native peoples use "Cecropia" for food, firewood, and in herbalism; some species also have cultural significance. In Trinidad and Tobago, "C. peltata" root is chewed and given to dogs that have been bitten by poisonous snakes as an emergency remedy. "Cecropia" leaves can be used as a substitute for sandpaper. In western South America, "Cecropia" leaf ash is used in the traditional preparation of ypadu, a mild coca-based stimulant. "Cecropia" bark can be used in rope making as well as in tannery. "Cecropia" wood is used in the manufacture of boxes, toys, aeromodeling models and rafts. .
They make blades with the teeth of piranha, but lately they also use metallic ones. Until 1990 they practised pottery in small scale, producing a small kind of pot to take with them on their travels and a second, bigger kind, to leave as supplies in their key camping sites. Today they prefer to obtain metallic pots. When they do not have matches or lighters, they use special wood ("Pausandra trianae") to produce fire. At present time they do not make mirrors with the resin of "Trattinickia
" nor stone axes like they did in past times.
Control strategies for cassava mosaic disease include sanitation and plant resistance. In this case, sanitation means using cuttings from healthy plants to start with a healthy plot and maintaining that healthy plot by identifying unhealthy plants and immediately removing them. This strategy does not protect them from being inoculated by whiteflies, but research shows that the virus is more aggressive in plants infected from contaminated cuttings than by insect vectors. There are also specific varieties that fare better against some viruses than others, so plant resistance is possible. For example, hybrids that are a result of crossing cassava and other species, such as Manihot melanobasis and M.
, have been shown to have considerable resistance to CMV.
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