Synonyms for violacea or Related words with violacea

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Examples of "violacea"
misleading Latin binomial name, "Ipomoea violacea", "violacea" meaning purple.
The complete genome of "S. violacea" was successfully sequenced in 2010 using the Sanger method. "S. violacea" contains 4,962,103
'Polyhymnia' ("I. korolkowii" var. violacea X "I. iberica"), 'Psyche' (Black, lavender, silver/grey, wine blooms) 'Sophrosyne' ("I. korolkowii" var. violacea X "I. iberica"), 'Teucros' ("I. korolkowii" var. concolor X "I. iberica", silver lilac, veined dark maroon), 'Urania' ("I. korolkowii" var. violacea X "I. iberica", wine coloured blooms), and 'Venus' ("I. korolkowii" var. violacea X "I. iberica", yellow blooms).
Yellow-crowned Night Heron ("Nyctanassa violacea"),
Xylocopa Violacea (2007) for solo viola and live electronics
Genlisea violacea is a corkscrew plant native to South America.
This animal feeds on the sponge "Chelonaplysilla violacea.
Suksdorfia is a genus in the family Saxifragaceae. There are only two accepted species: "Suksdorfia ranunculifolia" and "Suksdorfia violacea". Asa Gray named the genus "Suksdorfia" after Wilhelm Nikolaus Suksdorf, a mostly self-taught German botanist who came to the United States at age eight and found the species "S. violacea" in the northwestern United States. "S. violacea" is the type species for this genus.
"Shewanella violacea" is an obligate psychrophile (cryophile). Its optimum growth temperature is 8ᵒC. It is not able to grow or reproduce at 30ᵒC. "S. violacea" is a facultative piezophile (barophile) which means that it is able to thrive in high pressure conditions. "S. violacea" is able to grow in pressure conditions ranging from 0.1 to 70 MPa (3). Its ideal pressure is 30 MPa.
"Eremaea violacea" was first formally described in 1878 by Ferdinand von Mueller in Fragmenta Phytographiae Australiae. The specific epithet ("violacea") is from the Latin "violaceus" meaning "having a purple colour".
The type specimen of "Banksia violacea" was collected by the West Australian botanist Charles Gardner on 14 December 1926 in the vicinity of Lake Grace. The following year, he published a description of the species in "Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Western Australia". He placed it in section "Oncostylis" of Bentham's taxonomic arrangement of "Banksia", giving it the specific epithet "violacea" in reference to the violet flowers. Thus the full name of the species, with author citation, is "Banksia violacea" C.A.Gardner. The species has been considered a variety of "B. sphaerocarpa" (Fox Banksia); this view was published by William Blackall in his 1954 "How to know Western Australian wildflowers". He considered "B. violacea" to be a variety of "B. sphaerocarpa" with violet flowers. This description was an invalid publication, however, and a "nomen nudum". In 1981 Alex George declared "Banksia sphaerocarpa" var. "violacea" Blackall a nomenclatural synonym of "B. violacea".
Nymphaea violacea, also known as blue lily, is a waterlily in the genus Nymphaea.
Amegilla violacea is a species of bee belonging to the family Apidae subfamily Apinae.
Oenopota violacea is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Mangeliidae.
Quesnelia violacea is a species in the genus "Quesnelia". This species is endemic to Brazil.
The Greater Antillean bullfinch ("Loxigilla violacea") is a species of bird in the family Thraupidae.
The violet-backed hyliota ("Hyliota violacea") is a species of Hyliota.
Billbergia violacea is a species in the genus "Billbergia". This species is native to Bolivia.
"T. violacea" exhibited antithrombotic activities which were higher than those found in garlic.
Tortyra violacea is a moth of the Choreutidae family. It is known from Brazil.