Synonyms for perezia or Related words with perezia

marcgravia              palicourea              setigera              connata              kickxia              bothriocline              weinmannia              cephaloziella              insulare              pectis              dorstenia              serruria              campylotropis              tetramerium              talisia              sessiliflora              piptochaetium              campanulata              brunellia              freziera              rhytidophyllum              pseuderanthemum              parinari              caffra              ehretia              gymnostachyum              secamone              marsdenia              randia              alseodaphne              sertularia              puberula              hirtellus              rechingeri              triclisia              calcarata              plagiochila              monanthotaxis              struthanthus              pteronia              deightonii              scleria              oleoides              lappula              homalium              altamiranoa              radlk              ebenus              trisetum              breviflora             

Examples of "perezia"
This species was formerly in genus "Perezia", but it was separated because it has woolly trichomes in the leaf axils, a character not seen in any other "Perezia". The genus "Burkartia" was erected for it in 1976. Molecular phylogenetic analyses in 2009 supported its separation from "Perezia".
Numerous species once included in "Trixis" but now considered better suited to other genera: "Acourtia Clibadium Dolichlasium Holocheilus Perezia Riencourtia"
Perezia magellanica is a species of flowering plants in the aster family, Asteraceae. It is the type species of its genus. It is found in Argentina and Chile.
Perezia is a genus of flowering plants in the aster family, Asteraceae. It is distributed in South America, especially in the central and southern Andes.
Though some species occur at sea level, most "Perezia" grow in high-elevation mountain habitat. Species are found in most high Andean ecosystems, except for the páramo.
Several dozen species have at one time been considered members of "Perdicium". Almost all of them are now regarded as better suited to other genera "(Acourtia Ainsliaea Chaptalia Gerbera Haplocarpha Holocheilus Leibnitzia Leucheria Perezia Trixis)." Only two remain:
Calorezia is a small genus of flowering plants in the aster family. It is made up of two species that were separated from genus "Perezia" in 2007. They are perennial herbs with pink-purple flowers.
The high elevation of the wet puna (4200 to 5000 m) causes the area to have large temperature differences between night and day. The average annual temperature is low, ranging from 5 to 7 °C; with night frost periods from March to October. Temperatures shift from characteristic summer highs in the day and drop to winter lows at night. This extreme temperature shift has caused selective adaptation to occur and many endemic plants such as the Culcitium, Perezia, and Polylepis center their diversity in the wet puna.