Synonyms for rotundifolium or Related words with rotundifolium

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Examples of "rotundifolium"
The specific epithet "rotundifolium" means "round-leaved".
"C. rotundifolium" contains acidic dammarane arabinofuranosides.
As is common in "Eupatorium", "E. rotundifolium" can form hybrids with other species in the genus. In particular, "Eupatorium godfreyanum" is a hybrid of "E. rotundifolium" and "Eupatorium sessilifolium".
The plants known as "Eupatorium rotundifolium" var. "saundersii" have often been treated as a variety of "E. rotundifolium". They can be distinguished based on morphology, and molecular evidence also suggests that these plants may be different enough from "E. rotundifolium" to recognize them as a species, "Eupatorium pilosum".
Sideroxylon rotundifolium is a species of plant in the Sapotaceae family. It is endemic to Jamaica.
Syzygium rotundifolium is a species of plant in the Myrtaceae family. It is endemic to Sri Lanka.
"Alangium rotundifolium" grows naturally in Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia, Java and Borneo. Its habitat is forests from to altitude.
Alangium rotundifolium is a tree in the family Alangiaceae. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin meaning "rounded leaves".
Larvae of subspecies "bowkeri" and "henningi" feed on "Viscum rotundifolium". Larvae of subspecies "tearei" have been recorded on "Ximenia caffra" and "X. americana", "Viscum rotundifolium" and "Tapinanthus quinquangulus". Other recorded food plants include "Loranthus" species (including "L. elegans" and "L. oleaefolius") and other "Tapinanthus" and "Ximenia" species.
The synonym "S. irriguum" was described in 1918 and reduced to synonymy by A.R. Bean in 2000. Bean noted that the description of "S. irriguum" matched that of "S. rotundifolium" except for the flower color (pink with red highlights for "S. rotundifolium" and pale yellow to white for "S. irriguum") and capsule size, which both fall within the natural variation for this species. "S. reductum" was also reduced to synonymy by Bean because the taxon described as "S. reductum" was just a juvenile form of "S. rotundifolium" that only had a single flower.
The species is normally found with, heliotrope ("heliotropium rotundifolium"), a figwort ("scrophularia xanthoglossa") scabious ("scabiosa argentea") and a number of grasses.
The larvae feed on "Cajanus cajan", "Desmodium" species (including "Desmodium rotundifolium") and "Meibomia dillenii". They mine the leaves of their host plant.
"Eupatorium rotundifolium" contains sesquiterpene lactones of the guaianolide type including euparotin acetate and eupachlorin acetate, both of which inhibit tumor growth "in vitro" when isolated from the plant.
Combretum rotundifolium, the monkey brush or monkey brush vine, is a plant species in the genus "Combretum" found in South America.
"Ribes rotundifolium" is a shrub up to 150 cm (5 feet) tall, with cream-colored, pinkish or pale green pink flowers and dark blue or dark purple berries. Berries are sweet, tasty pale purple berries.
"Alangium rotundifolium" grows up to tall with a trunk diameter of up to . The smooth to scaly bark is white to pale grey. The fragrant flowers are white or cream to yellow. The ovate-ellipsoid fruits are reddish when ripe.
Brachyotum rotundifolium is a species of plant in the Melastomataceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist montane forests and subtropical or tropical high-altitude shrubland.
Leptospermum rotundifolium, commonly known as the round-leaved tea tree, is a member of the Myrtaceae family endemic to New South Wales and is now naturalised in a small area of Western Australia.
"Galium rotundifolium" is an erect herb. Leaves are broadly ovate, almost round, usually in whorls of 4, with prominent veins. Flowers are in a widely branching terminal panicle. Fruits are green, with long hooked hairs.
Stylidium rotundifolium is a dicotyledonous plant that belongs to the genus "Stylidium" (family Stylidiaceae). It is an erect annual plant that grows from 4 to 18 cm tall. Obovate or oblanceolate leaves, about 4-17 per plant, form a basal rosette around the compressed stem. The leaves are generally 5–29 mm long and 3–10 mm wide. This species generally has one to ten scapes and cymose inflorescences that are 4–18 cm long. Flowers are pink or white. "S. rotundifolium"'s wide, sporadic distribution ranges from the Kimberley region in Western Australia east to northeastern Queensland with a significant population near Taroom, Queensland. Its typical habitats include damp sandy soils on creekbanks, receding waterholes, or "Melaleuca" woodlands. It flowers in the southern hemisphere from April to October. "S. rotundifolium" is most closely related to "S. dunlopianum".