Synonyms for hemsl or Related words with hemsl

steud              oliv              turcz              baill              griseb              laxiflora              kunth              gagnep              planch              lancifolia              radlk              puberula              schum              craib              benth              macbr              kosterm              salisb              bremek              decne              welw              stapf              albiflora              poepp              sessiliflora              aubl              roxb              warb              longibracteata              hiern              moldenke              bracteata              presl              klotzsch              standl              pedicellata              longipetiolata              miq              meisn              psydrax              calcicola              desf              forssk              willd              kraenzl              emarginata              gaudich              labill              brassii              glabrescens             

Examples of "hemsl"
Rogiera gratissima (syn. "Rondeletia gratissima" Hemsl.) is an ornamental plant in Rubiaceae family.
It is a monotypic genus, with only a single species: "Psilopeganum sinense" Hemsl. (, not to be confused with "ma huang").
It is also sometimes referred to as "Bothrocaryum contraversa (Hemsl.) Pojark" when seeds are offered for online sale.
More than 20 species were named after him, such as "Deutzia monbeigii" W.W.Sm. or "Cornus monbeigii" Hemsl.
Rhododendron moulmainense (Westland's Rhododendron; syn. "Rhododendron westladii" Hemsl.) is a species of "Rhododendron", native to southern China (Fujian, Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hong Kong, Hunan, Yunnan), Myanmar, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Cordeauxia edulis Hemsl. is a leguminous plant (Fabaceae) from the genus "Cordeauxia". The genus Cordeauxia is closely related to "Caesalpinia" and "Stuhlmannia". There are at least two varieties of the species "C. edulis": Moqley and Suley. Moqley has smaller and darker leaves as well as a smaller stem diameter than Suley. Furthermore, the pods of the Moqley include just one seed whereas the pods of Suley contains several smaller seeds. The seeds of Moqley are claimed to be sweeter. The common name of "C. edulis" is Yeheb-Nut (English) or Yeheb (French). Other names are Yebb, Hebb, Ye’eh, Yi-ib, Yehib or Yicib.
"Sium suave" is a member of the order Apiales, and the Apiaceae family also known as the Umbelliferae (carrot) family. This family contains about 445 genera and about 3540 species. Some distinctive characteristics of this family include compound leaf, simple or compound umbel inflorescence containing many small flowers, 2 styles, 2-carpellate ovary, and a schizocarp fruit that splits into 2 mericarps. This species belongs to the "Sium" genus which is made up of about 9 species. Species in the "Sium" genus are all perennial herbs of the northern hemisphere. Some common characteristics of this genus include serrate leaves with teeth turned inward and slightly overlapping, flowers in bracteate umbels with conspicuous involucels, five small teeth on calyx, white petals that are obcordate with inflexed apex, styles with depressed conical base which spread or recurve above, fruit that are laterally flattened with mericarp exhibiting 5 ridges, and subterete seeds. The diploid number of chromosomes for Suim suave is 22. The Kutenai call water parsnip nakhankam (Ktunaxa: naq̓an̓kam). "Sium suave" (from the Latin "sium", the Latinization of Greek "sion", meaning "water parsley," and "suâvis", meaning "sweet."), the hemlock waterparsnip or water parsnip, is a herb native to parts of Canada, Asia, and North America. Synonyms for "S. suave" include "Sium" "cicutifolium" Schrank, "Sium" "floridanum" Small, "Sium" "suave" Walter var. "floridanum" (Small) C.F. Reed, "Apium" "cicutifolia" (J.F.Gmel.) Benth. & Hook.f. ex F.B.Forbes & Hemsl., "Cicuta" "dahurica" Fisch. ex Schultz, "Sium" "cicutifolium" Schrenk, "Sium" "formosanum" Hayata, and "Sium" "nipponicum" Maxim. According to a molecular phylogeny created with maximum parsimony heuristic searches using a 59-sequence data set of "Sium" s.l., "Helosciadium", "Cryptotaenia", and outgroups, the sister groups of "S. suave" are "Sium medium" found in Central Asia and "Sium latifolium" found in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, and Western Asia.