Synonyms for subsessilis or Related words with subsessilis


Examples of "subsessilis"
4)"Wormia subsessilis Miq, Wormia subsessilis var. borneensis Ridl"
Pseudocercospora subsessilis is a fungal plant pathogen infecting mangoes.
Cassipourea subsessilis is a species of plant in the Rhizophoraceae family. It is endemic to Jamaica.
Brunellia subsessilis is a species of plant in the Brunelliaceae family. It is endemic to Colombia.
In 1996, Kathie Hodge of Cornell University and colleagues determined that the mold "T. inflatum" was the asexual state of what was then known as "Cordyceps subsessilis". "Cordyceps subsessilis" was later moved to the genus "Elaphocordyceps". However, under the ICN's 2011 "one fungus, one name" principle, fungi can not have different names for their anamorphic and teleomorphic stages if they are found to be the same species so "Elaphocordyceps subsessilis" was made a synonym of "Tolypocladium inflatum.
Aglaia subsessilis is a species of plant in the Meliaceae family. It is a tree endemic to Borneo.
Ternstroemia subsessilis, the el yunque colorado, is a species of plant in the Pentaphylacaceae family. It is endemic to Puerto Rico. It is threatened by habitat loss.
This is a diploid species, with 2n = 26. Hybrids have been described with "P. gramineus", "P. nodosus" ("P." × "subsessilis" ), "P. bicupulatus" ("P." × "aemulans" ), and "P. perfoliatus" ("P." × "versicolor" ).
Acacia subsessilis is a shrub of the genus "Acacia" and the subgenus "Plurinerves". It is native to an area in the Mid West and Wheatbelt regions of Western Australia.
Echeveria peacockii, also known as "Echeveria desmetiana" in Europe, is in the Crassulaceae family. It is very distinct from all other species, except for "Echeveria subsessilis". L. de Smet was the first grower of this plant.
Some "Cordyceps" species are sources of biochemicals with interesting biological and pharmacological properties, like cordycepin; the anamorph of "C. subsessilis" ("Tolypocladium inflatum") was the source of ciclosporin—an immunosuppressive drug helpful in human organ transplants, as it inhibits rejection. Fingolimod, a sphingolipid used to treat Multiple Sclerosis, is modified myriocin which was isolated from Isaria sinclairii, the anamorph stage of Cordyceps sinclairii.
"Cordyceps sinensis" is an entomopathogenic fungi collected on the Tibetan Plateau. The immunosuppressant ciclosporin was originally isolated from "Cordyceps subsessilis". The adenosine analog cordycepin was originally isolated from "Cordyceps". Other "Cordyceps" isolates include, cordymin, cordycepsidone, and cordyheptapeptide. CS-4 is commercially sold as "C. sinensis", but Cs-4 has recently been confirmed to be a different species from the Cordyceps species used in traditional Chinese medicine. CS-4 is properly known as "Paecilomyces hepiali". "Hirsutella sinensis" is the accepted asexual form of "C. sinensis".