Synonyms for griseb or Related words with griseb

aubl              macbr              steud              oliv              hiern              hemsl              schum              bremek              standl              planch              welw              kunth              salisb              meisn              poepp              moldenke              johnst              steyerm              radlk              desf              forssk              kraenzl              klotzsch              cuatrec              zeyh              puberula              burret              presl              turcz              lindl              markgr              warb              baill              hoffm              spreng              sessiliflora              canthium              glaziovii              craib              gmel              schinz              cunn              dietr              calcicola              muell              benth              vatke              psydrax              schumach              hildebrandtii             

Examples of "griseb"
Synonyms include "Pinus cembra" var. "fruticosa" Griseb., "Pinus excelsa" var. "peuce" (Griseb.) Beissn., "Pinus peuce" var. "vermiculata" Christ, and Balkan pine.
"Neocogniauxia hexaptera" (Cogn.) Schltr. is endemic to Hispaniola and "Neocogniauxia monophylla" (Griseb.) Schltr. to Jamaica
These three names in "Pterandra" are synonyms and not accepted (Anderson 1997): "Pterandra latifolia" Adr. Juss. is synonym for "Acmanthera latifolia" (Adr. Juss.) Griseb.; "Pterandra opulifolia" Rusby is a synonym for "Hiraea opulifolia" (Rusby) Nied.; "Pterandra psidiifolia" Adr. Juss. is a synonym for "Pterandra pyroidea" Adr. Juss.
Bactris setulosa ("syn." "Bactris cuvaro" H.Karst., "Bactris cuesa" Crueg. ex Griseb., "Bactris falcata" J.R.Johnst., "Bactris sworderiana" Becc., "Bactris kalbreyeri" Burret, "Bactris circularis" L.H.Bailey, "Bactris bergantina" Steyerm.) is a medium-sized (5–10 m tall, 6–10 cm in diameter) spiny palm which is found in Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago and Suriname. It is one of the largest species of "Bactris" and is found at the highest elevations.
The Lacandons make rain sticks, filled with seeds so than when turned simulate the sound of rain. This ethnic group also makes jewelry, mostly necklaces and bracelets from various native seeds including ARECACEAE: Sabal mexicana Martius, Desmoncus orthacanthos Mart., CANNACEAE: Canna edulis Ker. and Canna indica L., FABACEAE: Enterolobium cyclocarpum (Jack.) Griseb, Caesalpinia bonduc (L.) Roxb., Entada gigas (L.) Fawc. & Rendle, Rhynchosia precatoria (H. & B. ex Willd.) DC., Mucuna sloanei Fawcett & Rendle and Mucuna argyrophylla Standley, Ormosia macrocalyx Ducke and Ormosia schippii Pierce ex Standley & Steyermark, Oxyrhynchus trinervius (Donn. Sm.) Rudd. POACEAE: Coix lacryma-jobi L., and SAPINDACEAE: Sapindus saponaria L.
Some of the main reasons for this careless disregard for waste can be put down to sheer convenience, lack of care for the environment and also a reluctance to pay for the correct collection or disposal of the waste. The monitoring of illegally dumped garden waste by the community and industries will drive effectual tactics to battle illegal depositing. People dump waste illegally to avoid disposal fees at landfill sites or because they do not want to spend the time or effort disposing of or recycling their waste properly. Alligator weed ("Alternanthera philoxeroides" (Mart.) Griseb.) is an introduced weed originating from Sri Lanka and is creating major issues throughout the Australia since its introduction into the country. Alligator weed has the potential to affect aquatic and terrestrial biodiversity severely and to cause considerable social and economic costs, particularly in aquatic situations.
Anadenanthera colubrina" var. "cebil (Griseb.) Altschul is a mimosa-like timber tree native to Caatinga and Cerrado vegetation in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and Peru. It has also been introduced to Mauritius. It grows up to 25 m tall, with a trunk diameter of 60–90 cm. The tree's mimosa-like leaves range in length from about 7–20 cm. The flowers are cream-colored and arrive in the spring. The seed pods are fairly straight and contain about 8 to 15 seeds each. The seeds are flat, average each about 1.5 cm in diameter and have an average mass of about 0.125 g each. The tree's wood has a density of about 0.840 kg/dm³.
There is some confusion in the published literature between "L. sabicu" and "L. latisiliquum", although there is little doubt that the former was the most important commercial species. There is also confusion with other Bahamian species colloquially known as 'tamarind', several of which were also called sabicu. The most common of these are "Peltophorum adnatum" Griseb. and "Cojoba arborea" (L.) Britton & Rose. At various times their wood has also been called 'horseflesh mahogany'. The Economic Botany Collection at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London, contains specimens of wood from all these species collected at various times in the 19th and early 20th centuries. The labelling evinces considerable confusion, but it seems likely that 'horseflesh mahogany' properly applies to "Peltophorum" and "Cojoba", while sabicu applies to "Lysiloma".
Unlike HMF, MMF has not been found to a major extent in natural products and in food items. However, Podesta has shown that MMF is a constituent of the leaves and roots of Chilean "Jaborosa magellanica" (Griseb.) Dusen (Solanaceae). MMF occurs at concentrations of 5 mg MMF per kg dried roots and leaves. It was also present as a component of the roots of "Asparagus cochinchinesis" and "Asparagus lucidus", however it was assumed that the "A. lucidus" product had been formed as an artifact from fructose during the isolation process. However, it is claimed that it is one of the ingredients in Mammary & Uterus Care Herb Tea. This tea is made of wild asparagi radix, vaccariae semen, pyrrosia, biota tops and blue citrus peel. Chinese medicine uses them to nourish the Yin, maintain normal breast structure and consistency, remove stagnancy and heat, and to maintain healthy mammary and uterus functions. On the contrary EMF, the ethanol ether of HMF can be found in many alcoholic beverages such as beer and wine, especially those who still contain high sugar levels at the end of the fermentation.