Synonyms for ovatum or Related words with ovatum
Examples of "ovatum"
The Preserve is named after the California Huckleberry ("Vaccinium
") which grows abundantly within its habitat.
is a species of leaf beetle of Senegal, observed by Achard in 1923.
is a species of orchid in the genus "Bulbophyllum".
The larvae feed on "Vaccinium" species, including "Vaccinium
". They mine the leaves of their host plant.
Thimbleberry is found in forest understories with typical flora associates including coastal woodfern, "Dryopteris arguta", "Trillium
" and "Smilacina racemosa".
Two huckleberry species, "V. membranaceum" and "V.
", were studied for phytochemical content, showing that "V.
" had greater total anthocyanin and polyphenols than did "V. membranaceum". Each species contained 15 anthocyanins (galactoside, glucoside, and arabinoside of delphinidin, cyanidin, petunidin, peonidin, and malvidin) but in different proportions.
Several species have edible nuts, known as galip nut or "nangae" ("C. indicum"), pili nut ("C.
"), or simply canarium nut ("C. harveyi" and "C. indicum"). "C. indicum" are among the most important nut-bearing trees in eastern Indonesia and the Southwest Pacific. "C.
" is cultivated as a food crop only in the Philippines.
Among the algae recorded from Donaghadee are "Gastroclonium
" (Huds.) Papenf.; "Callophyllis laciniata" (Huds.) Kütz.; "Fucus ceranoides" L.; "Desmarestia ligulata" (Lightf.) Lamour.; "Chordaria flagelliformis" (O.F.Müll.) C. Ag.; "Codium"
is an uncommon species of flowering plant in the mint family known by the common name San Joaquin bluecurls.
is a species of the genus of "Penicillium" which was isolated from forest soil in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.
Several species in the genus "Canarium" are used as edible fruits (for example, "Canarium album", the Chinese olive) and nuts (pili nuts, "Canarium
is an elepidote rhododendron species native to China and Taiwan. It is the type species for the subgenus, Azaleastrum.
is a North American species of flowering shrub known by the common names evergreen huckleberry, winter huckleberry and California huckleberry.
The larvae feed on "Vaccinium
". They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine has the form of a blotch mine on the upperside of the leaf.
" is a large plant growing up to 300 cm (120 inches or 10 feet) tall. Flower heads are small but numerous, usually white or pale green, occasionally slightly purplish. The species grows in sandy woods, savannahs, and roadsides.
The larvae feed on the flowers and leaves of "Vaccinium
" and possibly "Rhododendron pacificum". They are primarily external feeders which web amongst inflorescences or young vegetative terminals of their host plant.
The grassland ("parang") is dominated by cogon ("Imperata cylindrica") and "talahib" ("Saccharum
") grasses. The topography and soil condition of the area limits the growth of trees, giving rise to the grassland.
It is the provincial flower of British Columbia. It was once protected by law in the province (in an act which also protected "Rhododendron macrophyllum" and "Trillium
"), but this was repealed in 2002.
(ovateleaf cacalia) is a Florida species of plants in the sunflower family. It is native to the southeastern and south-central United States from southern North Carolina to eastern Texas.
, commonly known as pili ( ), is a species of tropical tree belonging to the genus "Canarium". It is one of approximately 600 species in the family Burseraceae. Pili are native to maritime Southeast Asia, Papua New Guinea, and Northern Australia. They are commercially cultivated in the Philippines for their edible nuts.
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