Synonyms for microphyllum or Related words with microphyllum

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Examples of "microphyllum"
"Leontopodium microphyllum" is a low herb grows in alpine mountain habitats, at altitudes of .
Ermanin is an O-methylated flavonol. It was isolated from "Tanacetum microphyllum".
"Lygodium microphyllum" has become naturalized in the Caribbean and the southeastern United States.
Epidendrum microphyllum is a species of tropical orchid in the genus "Epidendrum" with non-resupinate flowers.
Santin is an O-methylated flavonol. It was isolated from "Tanacetum microphyllum".
A former species, "Balaustion microphyllum", is currently placed in the genus "Cheyniana".
The larvae feed on "Lygodium microphyllum", "Lygodium japonicum" and "Lygodium palmatum".
Centaureidin is an O-methylated flavonol. It can be isolated from "Tanacetum microphyllum", "Brickellia veronicaefolia", "Bidens pilosa" and "Polymnia fruticosa".
Tanacetum microphyllum is a species of flowering plant in the aster family, Asteraceae. It is endemic to the Iberian Peninsula.
"Lygodium microphyllum" has been used locally in folk medicine to treat skin ailments and problems, swelling and dysentery.
The larvae feed on "Caroxylon vermiculatum" var. "microphyllum". They feed on the generative organs of their host plant.
Palaquium microphyllum is a tree in the Sapotaceae family. It grows up to tall. The bark is reddish brown. Inflorescences bear up to four flowers. The fruits are round, up to in diameter. The specific epithet "" is from the Greek meaning "small leaves". Habitat is swamp, mixed dipterocarp and "kerangas" forests. "P. microphyllum" is found in Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore and Borneo.
Leontopodium microphyllum, known as Taiwan Edelweiss, or small leaf Edelweiss, is in the sunflower family (Asteraceae). It is endemic to the mountains of Taiwan.
The larvae feed on "Lygodium microphyllum". Young larvae skeletonize the leaves of their host plant, while older larvae consume entire leaves. Pupation takes place on the host plant.
Methylobacterium haplocladii is a Gram-negative and non-spore-forming bacteria from the genus of Methylobacterium which has been isolated from the moss Haplocladium microphyllum in Japan.
Parkinsonia microphylla, the yellow paloverde, foothill paloverde or little-leaved palo verde; syn. "Cercidium microphyllum"), is a species of palo verde.
The larvae feed on "Lygodium microphyllum". Young larvae skeletonize the leaves of their host plant, while older larvae consume entire leaves.
Larval host plants include littleleaf palo verde ("Cercidium microphyllum"), mesquite ("Prosopis juliflora"), and catclaw mesquite ("Acacia greggii"). Adults do not feed.
Published names and synonyms include "C. album" var. "microphyllum", "C. album" var. "stevensii", "C. acerifolium, C. centrorubrum, C. giganteum, C. jenissejense, C. lanceolatum, C. pedunculare" and "C. probstii".
Tetrorchidium microphyllum is a species of plant in the Euphorbiaceae family. It is endemic to Panama. It is threatened by habitat loss.