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Abutilon × hybridum

Abutilon × hybridum is a species name used for a wide variety of different types flowering plants of uncertain origin in the genus Abutilon. Because of the uncertainty surrounding the name, they are often considered a cultivar group: Abutilon x Hybridum Group or Abutilon Hybridum Group. They are cultigens, not occurring in the wild. As with the larger genus Abutilon generally, they have been referred to by the common names Chinese lantern, and parlour maple.

Anemone blanda

Anemone blanda, common names Balkan anemone, Grecian windflower or winter windflower, is a species of flowering plant in the family Ranunculaceae, native to southeastern Europe, Turkey, Lebanon, and Syria. The specific epithet blanda means "mild" or "charming". The genus name is derived from the Greek word anemos, or wind.


Arthropitys is an extinct genus of calamitacean equisetale. The petrified fossils of Arthropitys bistriata, the type species, can be found at Chemnitz petrified forest, Chemnitz, Germany.


Berberidopsidaceae is a family of flowering plants. Such a family has only recently been recognized by more than a few taxonomists: the plants involved have often been treated as belonging to family Flacourtiaceae. The APG II system, of 2003 unchanged from the APG system, of 1998, does recognize this family, unplaced as to order and merely assigned to the clade core eudicots. The family consists of one or two genera, Berberidopsis, with two species B. beckleri and B. corallina and Streptothamnus, with a single species S. moorei. However, APG II mentions the possibility of recognizing an or ...


Berberidopsidales is an order of Southern Hemisphere woody flowering plants. The name is newly accepted in the APG III system of plant taxonomy. APG II system, of 2003, mentions the possibility of recognizing the order, as comprising the families Berberidopsidaceae and Aextoxicaceae. However, APG II left the families unplaced as to order, assigning them to the clade core eudicots. The APG III system of 2009 formally recognized the order. The family Aextoxicaceae is a monotypic family native to Chile; Berberidopsidaceae is a family of 2 genera and 3 species native to Chile and eastern Austr ...

Berberidopsis beckleri

Berberidopsis beckleri is a species of climbing plant found in cool rainforests in eastern Australia. Ferdinand von Mueller described the plant as Streptothamnus beckleri from collections at the Clarence River.


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  • Nehoiasu Hydro Power Plant is a large power plant on the Basca Mare River or simply Basca River situated in Romania. The project was started in 1998 and
  • Banje Hydro Power Plant is a large hydroelectricity plant on the river Devoll situated near the village Banje, Albania. It is built by Devoll Hydropower
  • Australasian Plant Pathology is a peer - reviewed international journal that publishes original research and critical reviews on phytopathology in the Australasian
  • Zakucac Hydroelectric Power Plant is a large power plant in Croatia that has four turbines with a nominal capacity of 122 MW each having a total capacity
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  • Oskemen Hydroelectric Power Plant Kazakh: Өскемен ГЭС, Oskemen GES also known as Ust - Kamenogorsk Hydroelectric Power Plant Russian: Усть - Каменогорская
  • began from a negligent guard s cigar stub at Porokhovaya now Lagernaya railway station, the nearest to the plant Shells, detonated at the station, set
  • Physical plant mechanical plant or industrial plant and where context is given, often just plant refers to the necessary infrastructure used in operation
  • Varazdin Hydroelectric Power Plant is a hydroelectric power plant on river Drava, near the city of Varazdin located in the Varazdin County, in the northwest


The Archaeopteridales are an extinct order of plants belonging to Progymnospermae, and dominant forest trees of the Late Devonian. They reproduced with spores rather than seeds.



The genus contains two species: Berberidopsis beckleri - montane tape vine, of Australia. Berberidopsis corallina - coral plant of Chile, a threatened woody vine, locally known as voqui fuco. Its stems are used in traditional basketry by southern Mapuche people.


Buxus colchica

Buxus colchica is a species of Buxus native to Azerbaijan, Georgia, Russia, and Turkey. It is threatened by habitat loss and defoliation by the caterpillars of an introduced moth species, Cydalima perspectalis. It is an evergreen shrub or small tree, very closely related to Buxus sempervirens, and is often regarded as a synonym. He is no different from B. sempervirens and any visible character.



Calyciflorae is a grouping of plants that is no longer used by botanists. Augustin Pyramus de Candolle defined it as a subclass within the class Dicotyledoneae. It overlapped largely with the modern Rosids group. The group Calyciflorae was defined as: Flowers with sepals united at least at the base gamosepalous, a "torus" disc at the base of the calyx from which the petals and stamens appear to emerge, the ovary either free or attached to the calyx.


Centaurium scilloides

found on coastal cliffs and dunes grassland. It grows all along the Atlantic coast of Europe. Extinct in England in 1967, but held in Wales, is the last observation that in the South of England.


Ephedra boelckei

Ephedra boelckei is a species of Ephedra that is native to Argentina. It was originally described Fidel Antonio Roig in 1984. He was placed in section Alatae.


Ephedra fasciculata

The plant is found in the Mojave Desert and Colorado Desert of California, the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, Nevada, southern California, and Utah. Ephedra fasciculata grows in Creosote-bush scrub Larrea tridentata, below 1.500 feet 460 m.


Ephedra frustillata

Ephedra frustillata, the Patagonian ephedra, is a plant species in the genus Ephedra. The plant is found in Patagonia, southern Argentina, and Central and southern Chile. The shrub grows in arid areas on sandy soils, sand dunes or on the rocks, in full sun and can grow up to one meter in height. Ephedra contains frustillata apigeninidin, a 3-deoxyanthocyanidin.


Ephedra holoptera

Ephedra holoptera is a species of Ephedra that is native to Iran. It was originally described by Harald UDO von Riedl in 1963. He was placed in section Alatae.


Ephedra lomatolepis

Ephedra lomatolepis is a species of Ephedra that is native to Kazakhstan and to the Tuva region of Siberia. It was originally described by Alexander Gustav von shrink in 1844. Otto Stapfs worldwide monograph on the genus included this species, but Stapf has no place in the section. Later he was placed in section Alatae.