Synonyms for turcz or Related words with turcz

hemsl              decne              baill              oliv              radlk              steud              roxb              puberula              laxiflora              salisb              glabrescens              albiflora              aubl              gaertn              labill              triflora              lancifolia              sessiliflora              meisn              pedicellata              griseb              forssk              craib              henryi              desf              divaricata              planch              elliptica              drummondii              grewia              schrad              ledeb              randia              muell              parvifolia              longiflora              kunth              welw              cuneata              sericea              bracteolata              hiern              auriculatum              benth              pauciflora              canthium              parviflora              caulescens              calcicola              uliginosa             



Examples of "turcz"
"Artemisia leucophylla" (Turcz. ex Besser) Pamp.
"Darwinia oxylepis" is one of about 70 species of "Darwinia" endemic to Australia, the majority being endemic to southern Western Australia. This species was originally described by Nikolai Turczaninow in 1852. He gave it the name "Genetyllis lejostyla", but it was transferred to "Darwinia leiostyla" (Turcz.) Domin by Karel Domin in 1923. The Australian botanists N. G. Marchant and Greg Keighery recognised "D. lejostyla" and "D. oxylepis" as separate species, so that it is now known as "Darwinia oxylepis" (Turcz.) N.G.Marchant & Keighery.
Turcz () is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Sępopol, within Bartoszyce County, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, in northern Poland, close to the border with the Kaliningrad Oblast of Russia.
Mayken Verhulst was born in Mechelen in 1518. Following Pieter Coecke's death in 1550, she likely oversaw the publication of a large woodcut series "Ces Moeurs et Fachons de Faire des Turcz" ("Manners and Customs of the Turks") (1553). Verhulst died in Mechelen in 1599.
Coecke van Aelst's studio was well known for its graphic works and publications. Coecke van Aelst had during his visit to Turkey made drawings of local sights and scenes. The drawings were published posthumously in 1553 by his widow Mayken Verhulst under the title "Ces moeurs et fachons de faire de Turcz avecq les regions y appertenantes ont este au vif contrefaictez" (Antwerp,1553).
Apart from the town of Sępopol, Gmina Sępopol contains the villages and settlements of Boryty, Chełmiec, Długa, Dobroty, Domarady, Dzietrzychowo, Gaj, Gierkiny, Gulkajmy, Judyty, Kinwągi, Korytki, Langanki, Lipica, Liski, Łobzowo, Lwowiec, Majmławki, Masuny, Melejdy, Miedna, Ostre Bardo, Park, Pasławki, Pieny, Poniki, Prętławki, Przewarszyty, Retowy, Rogielkajmy, Romaliny, Romankowo, Roskajmy, Różyna, Rusajny, Rygarby, Śmiardowo, Smodajny, Smolanka, Stopki, Szczurkowo, Trosiny, Turcz, Wanikajmy, Wiatrowiec and Wodukajmy.
"Melaleuca cajuputi" subsp. "cumingiana" (Turcz.) Barlow occurs in Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia (Sumatra, West Java and south-west Kalimantan). The name "cumingiana" is "in honour of Hugh Cuming". It grows in coastal swamp forest. In Thailand, the species is known as "White Samet".
The name "Melaleuca pauciflora" Turcz. was misapplied to this taxon for many years before a review by the botanist Norman Byrnes. It was first formally described in 1984 in the journal "Austrobaileya". The specific epithet ("biconvexa") is "in reference to the biconvex shape of the leaves in transverse section".
Carum is a genus of about 20 species of flowering plants in the family Apiaceae, native to temperate regions of the Old World. The most important species is caraway ("C. carvi"), the seeds of which are widely used as a culinary spice. In the Mongolian Flora (adjunctive by Urgamal M., 2012) is two species ("C. carve" L., "C. buriaticum" Turcz.) belong to the genus "Carum" L.
Ordinary people, such as Miklos Farkas born in Turcz in 1909, in the Northern Transylvanian county of Szatmár, were among the few survivors of their units. His unit was last based in Siegendorf, Austria, having previously been detailed to a stone quarry for most of the war. At Siegendorf, as the war came to an end, the guns of the advancing Russian forces could be heard by the Nyilas (Hungarian Arrow Cross troops who guarded the Jewish slaves.) They decided to march most of the men out of the camp.
Coecke van Aelst is recorded joining the local Guild of Saint Luke of Antwerp in 1527. In 1533, he travelled to Constantinople where he stayed for one year in an attempt to persuade the Turkish sultan to give him tapestry commissions. This mission failed to generate any commissions from the sultan. Coecke made many drawings during his stay in Turkey including of the buildings, people and the indigenous flora. He seems to have retained from this trip an abiding interest in the accurate rendering of nature that gave his tapestries an added dimension. The drawings which Coecke van Aelst made during his stay in Turkey were posthumously published by his widow under the title "Ces moeurs et fachons de faire de Turcz avecq les regions y appertenantes ont este au vif contrefaictez" (Antwerp,1553).