Synonyms for parvifolium or Related words with parvifolium

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Examples of "parvifolium"
"Myoporum parvifolium" was first formally described by botanist Robert Brown in "Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae" in 1810. The specific epithet ("parvifolium") is derived from the Latin words "parvus" meaning "small" or "little" and "folium" meaning "a leaf".
Calophyllum parvifolium is a species of flowering plant in the Calophyllaceae family.
The larvae feed on "Phacelia distans", "Eriogonum latifolius", "Eriogonum parvifolium" and "Lupinus" species, including "Lupinus arboreus".
'Hymeno'= membrane, and refers to the thin wing around each seed - 'dictyon'= reticulate pattern or network - 'parvifolium'= small leaf.
"Xanthophyllum parvifolium" is endemic to Borneo. Its habitat is mixed dipterocarp and "kerangas" forests from to altitude.
Memecylon parvifolium is a species of plant in the Melastomataceae family. It is endemic to Sri Lanka.
Xanthophyllum parvifolium is a tree in the family Polygalaceae. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin meaning "small leaves".
The larvae feed on "Eriogonum elongatum", "Eriogonum inflatum", "Eriogonum abrorescens", "Eriogonum fasciculatum", "Eriogonum grande", "Eriogonum latifolium" and "Eriogonum parvifolium".
The emergent and canopy layers are made up mostly of tree species of the families Fabaceae ("Peltophorum dubium"), Meliaceae ("Cedrela fissilis") and Apocynaceae ("Aspidosperma parvifolium").
Where the climate is favorable, certain species of huckleberry, such as "V. membranaceum", "V. parvifolium" and "V. deliciosum", are used in ornamental plantings.
Scaphopetalum parvifolium is a species of plant in the Sterculiaceae family. It is endemic to Nigeria. It is threatened by habitat loss.
"M. parvifolium", "M. floribundum" and "M. bateae" are often cultivated as ornamentals, hedges or windbreaks. "M. insulare", "M. montanum", "M. acuminatum" and sometimes "M. parvifolium" are often used as rootstock for "Eremophila" species, especially those that are difficult to grow from cuttings or that are to be grown in heavier soils. Some, including "M. insulare" and "M. laetum" are known to be poisonous to stock.
"Lomatium parvifolium" is a fleshy perennial herb growing up to about 40 centimeters long from a small taproot. The leaf blades are divided into segments which are subdivided into narrow, flat lobes. The inflorescence is an umbel of yellow flowers.
Teucridium is a genus of flowering plant in the Lamiaceae family, first described as a genus in 1853. It contains only one known species, Teucridium parvifolium, endemic to New Zealand.
Creeping Boobialla ("Myoporum parvifolium") is found on Eba Island and is listed under the "National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972" as Rare. The island is also infested with the introduced African Boxthorn.
Vaccinium parvifolium, the red huckleberry, is a species of "Vaccinium" native to western North America, where it is common in forests from southeastern Alaska and British Columbia south through western Washington and Oregon to central California.
Xylosma parvifolium, commonly known as mountain xylosma, is a plant in the willow family. It is endemic to the mountains of Australia's Lord Howe Island in the Tasman Sea.
"Xanthophyllum parvifolium" grows up to tall with a trunk diameter of up to . The smooth bark is greyish or yellowish. The flowers are pale orange, drying orange brown. The pale brown fruits are round and measure up to in diameter.
The larvae feed on the flowers and fruits of "Eriogonum" species. Subspecies "battoides" has been recorded on "Eriogonum lobbii" var. "lobbii", "Eriogonum incanum" and "Eriogonum polypodum", while subspecies "glaucon" feeds on "Eriogonum umbellatum", "Eriogonum ovalifolium" var. "nivale", "Eriogonum heracleoides", "Eriogonum sphaerocephalum" var. "halimioides" and "Eriogonum flavum" var. "piperi" and subspecies "comstocki" feeds on "Eriogonum umbellatum". Subspecies "allyni" has been recorded feeding on "Eriogonum parvifolium" var. "parvifolium", "Eriogonum cinereum" and "Eriogonum fasciculatum" var. "fasciculatum". The larvae are tended by ants. The species overwinters in its chrysalids in sand or leaf litter.
Isorhapontigenin is a tetrahydroxylated stilbenoid with a methoxy group. It is an isomer of rhapontigenin and an analog of resveratrol. It is found in the Chinese herb "Gnetum cleistostachyum", in "Gnetum parvifolium" and in the seeds of the palm "Aiphanes aculeata".