Synonyms for verticillata or Related words with verticillata


Examples of "verticillata"
"Conradina verticillata" (Cumberland rosemary)
"Berthelinia caribbea" feeds on "Caulerpa verticillata".
Hedyotis verticillata is a plant species in the genus "Hedyotis".
Spegatrine is an adrenergic receptor antagonist isolated from "Rauvolfia verticillata".
The verticellate forms, of which several are known, are among the most highly prized aquarium plants in the trade. They include Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Pantanal' and Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Cuba'. When grown to its full height, Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Pantanal' is one of the most beautiful stem plants.
"Cissus verticillata" returned to pharmacy in the late 1990s.
"Isotria verticillata" is a terrestrial orchid spreading by underground rhizomes.
The larvae feed on "Passiflora" species and "Malva verticillata".
Specimens collected from Lough Swilly by W. Sawers in 1854 are now preserved in the Ulster Museum (BEL) (F7058; F7059 and F7060) were redetermined as "Chylocladia verticillata" by Guiry as "Chylocladia verticillata". 
The larvae feed on "Salvia verticillata", "Salvia sclarea" and "Salvia syriaca".
The only known species is Trichospira verticillata, native to the tropical parts of the Western Hemisphere.
Goniotorna verticillata is a species of moth of the family Tortricidae. It is found in Madagascar.
Romeroa verticillata is a species of plant in the Bignoniaceae family. It is endemic to Colombia.
The species feeds on plants in the Lamiaceae family, such as "Salvia pratensis" and "Salvia verticillata".
The larvae feed on "Allocasuarina litoralis", "Allocasuarina verticillata", "Casuarina cunninghamiana", "Casuarina glauca" and "Casuarina equisetifolia".
Kaempferitrin is a chemical compound that can be isolated from the leaves of "H verticillata".
The larvae have been recorded feeding on "Triplochiton scleroxylon", "Cola verticillata" and "Cola ballayi".
For many years there was confusion between "B. verticillata" and "B. littoralis" (swamp banksia). Until 1984, the latter was circumscribed as encompassing what is now "Banksia seminuda" (river banksia), which has whorled leaves like "B. verticillata". Thus it was easy to perceive "B. verticillata" as falling within the range of variation of this broadly defined species. The confusion was largely cleared up once "B. seminuda" was recognised as a distinct taxon.
The larvae feed on "Hydrilla verticillata". They feed on the leaves of their host plant, defoliating the stems.
Gustavia verticillata is a species of woody plant in the Lecythidaceae family. It is found in Colombia and Panama.