Synonyms for talisia or Related words with talisia

weinmannia              marcgravia              jacquinia              bomarea              porophyllum              perezia              hernandia              radlk              sessiliflora              ramiflora              alchornea              lancifolia              meliosma              randia              dacryodes              glaziovii              parinari              domingensis              glycosmis              rotundifolius              brosimum              onosma              puberula              dorstenia              breviflora              marsdenia              caracasana              sprucei              laxiflora              jaliscana              hexandra              lonchocarpus              manettia              cercidium              alseodaphne              caffra              aerva              ellipticum              pergularia              stipularis              calcarata              sicana              fluminensis              serjania              membranacea              palicourea              sonorae              pouteria              cynometra              connata             



Examples of "talisia"
The larvae feed within the fruit of "Talisia svensoni".
Talisia bullata is a species of plant in the Sapindaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
Some species of the related genus "Talisia" are sometimes included in "Melicoccus".
Talisia setigera is a species of plant in the Sapindaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
In 1888 German taxonomist Ludwig Radlkofer placed "Melicoccus" in the tribe Melicocceae together with eight other genera. In his monograph on the Neotropical members of the tribe ("Talisia" and "Melicoccus") Pedro Acevedo-Rodríguez suggested that although "Talisia" and "Melicoccus" appeared to form a monophyletic group, the other (Old World) genera probably did not belong to the same lineage.
In 1888 German taxonomist Ludwig Radlkofer placed "Melicoccus" in the tribe Melicocceae together with eight other genera. In his monograph on the Neotropical members of the tribe ("Talisia" and "Melicoccus") Pedro Acevedo-Rodríguez suggested that although "Talisia" and "Melicoccus" appeared to form a monophyletic group, the other (Old World) genera probably did not belong to the same lineage.
Talisia esculenta is a medium-sized tree native to the Amazon Basin, and is found in Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Paraguay and Bolivia.
Talisia is a genus of 52 species of flowering plants in the soapberry family, Sapindaceae, native to tropical regions of the Americas. The genus is closely related to "Melicoccus", with some species sometimes included in that genus.
Eugenia luschnathiana is a flowering plant in the family Myrtaceae, native to the state of Bahia, Brazil. The fruit is known as "pitomba-da-bahia", and is also called "uvalha do campo", "ubaid do campo" or "uvalheira" in Brazil. It shares the name "pitomba" with another South American species, "Talisia esculenta".
"Talisia esculenta" can grow to a height of 9-20 m, with a trunk up to 45 cm diameter. The leaves are arranged alternately, pinnately compound, with 5-11 leaflets, the leaflets 5-12 cm long and 2-5 cm broad.
The main species of flora are "Anadenanthera peregrina", "Myracrodruon urundeuva", "Syagrus comosa", "Ficus" species, "Hymenaea courbaril", "Tocoyena brasiliensis", "Ziziphus joazeiro", "Libidibia ferrea", "Mimosa acustitipula", "Mimosa tenuiflora", "Chloroleucon foliolosum", "Bromelia laciniosa", "Cereus jamacaru", "Bauhinia cheilanta", "Combretum leprosum", "Erythrina velutina", "Guazuma ulmifolia", "Handroanthus chrysotrichus", "Talisia esculenta", "Sisalana perrine", "Spondias tuberosa", "Pilosocereus gounellei", "Aspidosperma pyrifolium", "Melocactus bahiensis", "Schinopsis brasiliensis", "Spondias tuberosa", "Croton sincorensis" and "Pilosocereus squamosus".
After their defeat, many Creek migrated to Indian Territory, while some went into hiding with other resistant Indians in the Southeast, including the Cherokee and the Seminole tribes in Florida. The Creek who relocated from the Tuckabatchee area named a new settlement Talisia in Indian Territory. It was later known as Tulsa, Oklahoma.
In 1995 a paper by Meurman et al. tested "Lactobacillus" rhamnosus for inhibitory properties, although this relationship was only observed with a weak correlation at a pH below 5. Lectin from "Talisia esculenta" and Labramin from "Labramia bojeri" seeds were found to inhibit the adherence of "S. sobrinus" to tooth enamel, but had no effect on the growth of the population itself. A study by Sun et al. in 2009, tested a vaccine for "S. sobrinus", and initial tests have been successful in providing protection.
They collect honey of twenty species of bees and many fruits: palm fruits ("Jessenia bataua"), "Oenocarpus" spp., "Attalea" spp., "Mauritia" sp., "Phenakospermum guyannense", "Aechmea" sp., "Inga" sp., "Couma macrocarpa", "Iryanthera" sp., "Theobroma" spp., "Pourouma" spp., "Parinari" sp., "Micrandra" sp., "Helicostylis" sp., "Caryocar" sp., "Talisia" sp., "Hymenaea" sp., "Dacryodes" spp., "Abuta" sp., "Eugenia" spp., "Touraleia" sp., "Perebea" spp., "Protium" sp., "Cecropia" sp., 'Batocarpus" sp., "Hyeronima" sp., "Brosimum" sp., "Dialium" sp., "Garcinia" sp., "Manilkara" sp., "Naucleopsis" spp., "Pradosia" sp., "Pouteria" sp., "Salasia" sp., "Passiflora" spp., "Duroia maguirei", "Duroia hirsuta", "Mouriri" sp., "Alibertia" sp..
In 2016, both Sami Whitcomb and Cooper Land returned to the Flames for a fourth season. Whitcomb came into the 2016 WSBL season off the back of her first WNBL season with the Perth Lynx, a season in which she finished third in MVP voting and led the Lynx to the 2015/16 WNBL Grand Final. Behind a strong contingent of Whitcomb, Darcee Garbin, Ifunanya Ibekwe, Jacinta Bourne, Tarsha Fletcher, Ashlee Sidebottom, Talisia Bourne, Lizel Buckley, Amanda Pether and Ella Kennedy, the Flames entered the 2016 finals following another strong season, having finished in second position with an 18–4 record. However, their quest for a three-peat was denied after losing 2–1 to the eventual champion Willetton Tigers in the Semi Finals. Whitcomb went on to miss out on a fourth consecutive MVP, losing out to Candace Williams of the Cockburn Cougars.