Synonyms for sauropus or Related words with sauropus

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Examples of "sauropus"
"Sauropus elegantissimus" has become "Breynia retusa".
"Breynia subterblanca" ( synonym of "Sauropus subterblancus"
Sauropus macranthus, commonly known as pumpkin fruit, pumpkin bush or Atherton sauropus, is a rainforest tree from Asia, Malesia and north-east Queensland. It is listed as "vulnerable" under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.
The species is named after "Sauropus", the genus of the host plant.
Consumption of "Sauropus androgynus" has been reported as being associated with bronchiolitis obliterans.
moved to other genera (Bridelia Cleistanthus Croton Ditaxis Lachnostylis Phyllanthus Pseudophyllanthus Sauropus Trigonostemon )
moved to other genera: "Bischofia Breynia Bridelia Cleistanthus Leptopus Meineckia Notoleptopus Phyllanthus Phyllanthopsis Pseudophyllanthus Sauropus"
"Sauropus androgynus" is rich in Vitamin C and polyphenols, such as tannin.
The genus Sauropus, of the Phyllanthaceae family, comprises about 40 species of herbs, shrubs or subshrubs, sometimes with woody bases. These plants can be monoecious or dioecious. They are distributed in Southeast Asia, Malesia and Australia.
The synonysation of "Sauropus elegantissimus" that is known to be endemic to Malaysia is disputed. Under this name, this plant is listed as critically endangered, but it is unclear what effect an updated taxonomy would have on that rating.
The larvae feed on "Sauropus androgynus". Young larvae feed in a tunnel made under the epidermis of a young stem or sprout of the host plant. Pupation takes place in a silken cocoon made in the space between leaves.
The list of 54 genera below is from the 2006 revision of Phyllanthaceae by Petra Hoffmann and co-workers. In their treatment, "Blotia" and "Petalodiscus" were sunk into "Wielandia" and "Richeriella" into "Flueggea", while "Breynia", "Glochidion", "Reverchonia", and "Sauropus" were subsumed into "Phyllanthus". Genera previously considered as the tribe Drypeteae are now placed in the separate family Putranjivaceae.
Larva with rudimentary first two abdominal proleg pairs. Body greyish white above and olive-grey below, with black spots in somewhat linear series on each somite. A reddish lateral spot found on fourth somite. Pupa efflorescent. The larvae feed on "Phyllanthus" and "Sauropus" species.
Sauropus species have alternate, entire leaves with short petioles and small stipules. Flowers appear at axiles and mainly form clusters. There are 6 perianth segments divided in 2 whorls, with female flowers often having bigger perianths. At male flowers, the perianth is tube-like, with 3 stamen. The fruit is berry-like, ovoid or globose, and fleshy.
Pan mee is typically served in soup, together with dried anchovies, minced pork, mushrooms, and a leafy vegetable such as sweet potato leaves or sayur manis (sauropus androgynus). It can also be served dry with a thick black soya sauce (also known as dried pan mee). Other serving styles include curry broth, chili-based broth, and pork belly.
Larva with rudimentary first two abdominal proleg pairs. Body greyish white above and olive-grey below, with black spots in somewhat linear series on each somite. A reddish lateral spot found on fourth somite. Pupa efflorescent. The larvae feed on "Phyllanthus" and "Sauropus" species.
Sauropus is a dinosaur imprint. One imprint given this name may be from a sitting dinosaur, perhaps made by such a beast as "Psittacosaurus". The authors of "The Beginning of the Age of Dinosaurs: Faunal Change across the Triassic-Jurassic Boundary" argue that the name should be abandoned, because the original type specimen (from a slab found in Middleton, Connecticut) is "so worn as to be indeterminate", a second specimen "shows no indication whatsoever of manus impressions" and is judged to be a mix of impressions from different animals, a third specimen is "a poor but typical "Anomoepus" sitting trackway", and "all other specimens cited as examples of "Sauropus" (E. Hitchcock, 1858) prove to be either very sloppy and indeterminate tracks ... or good specimens of "Anomoepus"".
Phyllanthus microcladus is a plant found in sub tropical areas of eastern Australia. The Brush Sauropus is listed as endangered by extinction. It occurs by streams in sub tropical rainforest, from as far south as Grafton, New South Wales to the south east rainforest areas of Queensland. Most often seen in the valleys of the Brunswick, Richmond and Tweed Rivers in far north eastern New South Wales.
Sauropus androgynus, also known as katuk, star gooseberry, or sweet leaf, is a shrub grown in some tropical regions as a leaf vegetable. In Chinese it is called "mani cai" (马尼菜); in Japan it is called "amame shiba" (アマメシバ); in Malay it is called "cekur manis", "sayur manis", or "asin-asin"; in Thai it is called "pak waan"; in Vietnamese, it is called "rau ngót";in Philippines,it is called Chinese Malunggay and in Kerala, India it is called "madhura cheera".
Sauropus assimilis is an extremely rare species of plant in the Phyllanthaceae family. It is a tree growing in wet evergreen forests in lowlands. Endemic to southwestern Sri Lanka, and only known from the Sinharaja Biosphere Reserve there, evidence of its existence was last catalogued before 1991 (in a survey held between 1991–1996 by the National Conservation Review of Sri Lanka), and it has not been found since then. It may have since become extinct.