Synonyms for kunth or Related words with kunth

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Examples of "kunth"
"Lippia canescens" Kunth, "Lippia incasiomalo" (Small) Tildsoan, "Lippia lickiflora" (L.) Michx., "Lippia nodiflora" var. "canescens" (Kunth) Kuntze, "Lippia nodiflora" var. "reptans" (Kunth) Kuntze, "Lippia nodiflora" var. "rosea" (D. Don) Munz, "Lippia reptans" Kunth, "Polyumn incisa" Small, "Phyla nodiflora" var. "antillana" Moldenke, "Phyla nodiflora" var. "canescens" (Kunth) Moldenke, "Phyla nodiflora" var. "incisa" (Small) Moldenke, "Phyla nodiflora" var. "longifolia" Moldenke, "Phyla nodiflora" var. "repens" (Spreng.) Moldenke, "Phyla nodiflora" var. "reptans" (Kunth) Moldenke, "Phyla nodiflora" var. "rosea" (D. Don) Moldenke, "Phyla nodiflora" var. "texensis" Moldenke.
Joachim Kunth was elected mayor in September 2015.
Kunth was a close confidant of Alexander Georg von Humboldt, the head of the family. After Humboldt's early death in 1779, Kunth assumed the responsibility of advising his widow, Marie-Elisabeth, and managing her estate. After her death, Kunth served as executor of her will and trustee for her two sons. In addition, he designed the grounds of Tegel Castle.
Carl Sigismund Kunth (18 June 1788 – 22 March 1850), also Karl Sigismund Kunth or anglicized as Charles Sigismund Kunth, was a German botanist. He is known for being one of the first to study and categorise plants from the American continents, publishing "Nova genera et species plantarum quas in peregrinatione ad plagam aequinoctialem orbis novi collegerunt Bonpland et Humboldt" (7 vols., Paris, 1815–1825).
"Richardia" Kunth non L. is a synonym of the genus "Zantedeschia" in the family Araceae.
The genus "Guilleminea" was named in his honor by Carl Sigismund Kunth.
In 1843, Carl Sigismund Kunth named the genus "Seubertia" (family Liliaceae) in his honor.
Born in Leipzig, Kunth became a merchant's clerk in Berlin in 1806. After meeting Alexander von Humboldt, however, who helped him attend lectures at the University of Berlin, Kunth became interested in botany. Kunth worked as Humboldt's assistant in Paris from 1813 to 1819, in which he classified the plants that had been collected by Humboldt and Aimé Bonpland during their journey through the Americas.
The genera "Chamissoa" Kunth (Amaranthaceae) and "Camissonia" Link (Onagraceae) and many species were named in his honor.
The genus "Richardia" Kunth, (Araceae) was named in his honor. It is now a synonym of the genus "Zantedeschia" .
Brongniartia is a genus of leguminous plants, first named by Kunth after the French botanist Adolphe Brongniart.
222. *Panigrahi, G., Mishra, S.C. and Panigrahi, S.G. (1985) (788) Proposal to conserve 5486 Nesaea Kunth (Lythraceae) against Nesaea Lamooroux (Chlorophyceae: Udotiaceae). Taxon, 34(2): 315-316.
Kunth was the son of Johann Siegmund Kunth, a senior Protestant minister and hymn writer who died in Baruth in 1779. In 1772, he started attending the upper level of gymnasium in Halle. He then began studying law in Leipzig. In 1776, however, his financial situation forced him to abandon his studies. He went to work as a private tutor at Tegel Castle, residence of the Humboldt family, in 1777. Marie-Elisabeth von Humboldt (née Colomb) engaged him to tutor her sons Wilhelm and Alexander. Kunth, committed to the ideals of the Enlightenment, instructed the Humboldts in mathematics, German, Latin, Greek, French, and history. He had a lasting influence on their development and planned the future educational paths of both brothers. Kunth arranged private lectures by Marcus Herz, for example, and participation in the literary salons of Henriette Herz at the famous couple's house.
Originally described by the German botanist Carl Sigismund Kunth, its specific name is derived from the Latin "saeta" "hair" or "bristle", hence "hairy".
The genus was named in honor of 19th century botanist Adelbert von Chamisso, by Carl Sigismund Kunth. Its native to North and South America.
Kunth was buried, according to his wishes, near the tomb of the Humboldt family on the grounds of Tegel Castle. A plaque commemorating Kunth was placed at the entrance to Tegel Castle in 1993. Since January 2006, Kundtanger, a street in the Falkenberg locality of Berlin's Lichtenberg borough, has been named for him. The street is located in the development Wohnen am Gehrensee, where several streets bear the names of friends and associates of the Humboldt family.
The genus "Astianthus" was erected by David Don in 1823, in the "Edinburgh Philosophical Journal". Don named its sole species "Astianthus longifolia". He was apparently unaware that Karl Sigismund Kunth had previously named this species "Bignonia viminalis" in 1819. (The authority for this name is often cited as "HBK" instead of "Kunth". It is not clear why Alwyn Howard Gentry gives the date of the name as 1819.)
The first scientific description of this species was made by the German botanist Karl Sigismund Kunth in 1816 in the fourth edition of "Nova Genera et Species Plantarum", co-written with Alexander von Humboldt and Aimé Bonpland.
Some sources list this species as ""Yucca spinosa" Kunth." However, the type specimen for this name at the herbarium in Berlin appears to be "Dasylirion" sp., thus rendering the name a "nomen confusum."
The species was first described by Carl Sigismund Kunth as "Corypha maritima" in 1816, based on collections made by Alexander von Humboldt and Aimé Bonpland. It was transferred to the genus "Sabal" by Italian naturalist Odoardo Beccari in 1933.