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Definition of the noun Pilosa
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Pilosa is an order of Mammalia.
- synonym: order Pilosa
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Chordata
- class: Mammalia
- family Anagalidae
- family Bradypodidae
- family Cyclopedidae
- family Didymoconidae
- family Entelopidae
- family Gypsonictopidae
- family Kulbeckiidae
- family Leptictidae
- family Megalonychidae
- family Megatheriidae
- family Mylodontidae
- family Myrmecophagidae
- family Nothrotheriidae
- family Orophodontidae
- family Pseudictopidae
- family Rathymotheriidae
- family Scelidotheriidae
- family Zalambdalestidae
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Pilosa is a genus of Zalmoxidae, described by González-Sponga in 1999.
- synonym: genus Pilosa
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Arachnida
- order: Opiliones
- family: Zalmoxidae
- species Pilosa pilosa
Pilosa is a series of Papaver.
Phrases with Pilosa
- Poa pilosa
- Ula Pilosa
- Aira Pilosa
- Arca Pilosa
- Frea Pilosa
- Gama Pilosa
- Gaya Pilosa
- Hoya Pilosa
- Iria Pilosa
- Ixia Pilosa
- Leia Pilosa
- Sasa Pilosa
- Sida Pilosa
- Agaue Pilosa
- Aniba Pilosa
- Anila Pilosa
- Avena pilosa
- Balta Pilosa
- Brada Pilosa
- Braya pilosa
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Pilosa
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by Mark Rogers
Orcuttia pilosa is a rare species of grass known bythe common name hairy Orcutt grass. 63.1 Distribution It is endemic to the Central Valley of California, where it grows only in vernal pools, a rare and declining type of habitat. Many known ...
Biology of the Invertebrates (2016)
Biology, Zoology by CTI Reviews
Electra pilosa is a species of colonial bryozoan in the order Cheilostomata. It is native to the northeastern ...
The Phytologist (1845)
A Popular Botanical Miscellany by George Luxford, Edward Newman
Oxytropis pilosa is a plant of eastern Germany, and is said not to be found elsewhere among all the valleys of the Rhine. Cistus hirsutus has made a longer leap than this, not being found between Brittany and Spain ; and Ononis reclinata (or ...
Quick and Beautiful in the Calgary Region by Lyndon Penner
Genista pilosa (broom) Genista pilosa is a well known and hardy species, surviving well even here in zone 3. It comes from central and western Europe, growing about 30 to 45 centimetres tall and just under 1 metre wide. The flowers are ...
Gardening in the South (2017)
The Complete Homeowner's Guide by Mark Weathington
Phlox pilosa is a noteworthy native species producing bright pink flowers. The moss phloxes, P. subulata and P. nivalis, have needle-like evergreen foliage and are solid sheets of color in spring. Tall, summer-flowering border phlox, ...
General description Bidens pilosa is a small, erect annual herb that grows to 1 m (Figure 28). It has bright green leaves with serrated, prickly edges, small yellow flowers, and black fruit. Its root has a distinctive aroma similar to that of a carrot.
by Nigel R. Webb
Bll Calluna-Genista heaths Genista pilosa is the main species but may contain G. anglica or other species. Mainly north Germany and eastwards, but also in Denmark and south-western Sweden. B12 Erica scoparia heaths Oceanic and ...
Natural Alternatives for Treating Drug-resistant Bacteria by Stephen Harrod Buhner
Bidens pilosa is the main species used medicinally (or at least on which most ofthe studies have been done), but there do seem to be a number ofothers in the genus that historical use and early research indicate can almost certainly be used ...
Biology, Zoology by CTI Reviews
The order Pilosa is a group of placental mammals, ...
Anaplasma, Babesia, and Ehrlichia by Stephen Harrod Buhner
Bidens pilosa is a strong and reliable immune modulator. It has been found to modulate the differentiation of helper T cells and prevent Th1mediated autoimmune diabetes in non-obese diabetic mice. This has been attributed to a number of ...
by Charles Michael Shackleton, Margaret Pasquini, Axel W. Drescher
Bidens pilosa is a cosmopolitan herb, widely distributed in Africa as a weed of cultivation and disturbed areas. It is eaten throughout its range in Africa, rather sparingly, but is one of the most important vegetables in Southern Africa, particularly ...
by De-Yuan Hong
pilosa is a synonym of C. tubulosa. Codonopsis vinciflora ...
by G. J. H. Grubben
Management Bidens pilosa is a weed in both field and plantation crops and is recorded as troublesome in about 30 crops in more than 40 countries, including about 20 African countries. It is considered one of the most noxious annual weeds ...
by Royal Society of New Zealand
Danthonia pilosa is a species about which ...
Millets and Sorghum (2016)
Biology and Genetic Improvement by Jagannath V. Patil
pilosa is a tetraploid plant like tef, the diploid ancestor of tef has yet remained unknown. 9.2.2 Taxonomy Various nomenclatures names given to tef by various authorities at different times are summarised in Table ...
The English Flower Garden (1893)
Style, Position, and Arrangement. Followed by a Description of All the Best Plants for It; Their Culture and Arragement by William Robinson
pilosa is a pretty plant, 10 or 12 in. high. From June to August it bears in rather large flat clusters a great many purple flowers, \ to \ in. in diameter. It is one of the rarest of cultivated Phloxes, though a spurious kind is sometimes sold for it.
Encyclopedia of Food Grains (2015)
by Colin W Wrigley, Harold Corke, Koushik Seetharaman, Jonathan Faubion
pilosa, and E. mexicana as contributor species to the origin of teff...
pilosa as very closely related species to teff ...
by Michael A. Dirr
pilosa. silkyleaf woadwaxen Silkyleaf woadwaxen offers grayish green leaves and bright yellow flowers that appear in 2- to 6-in.-long racemes. Reports indicate that this species is more reliable than Genista lydia. Grows 1 to 11⁄2 ft. high.
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology - 3 Volume Set by Umberto Quattrocchi
pilosa (D'Urv.) Hackel (Ampelodesmos australis Brongn. ex Duperrey; Arundo pilosa D'Urv.; Calamagrostis patula Steud. ; Calamagrostis scirpiformis Phil.; Cortaderia minima Conert; Cortaderia pilosa var.
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi
in English: deer antler herb, prickly bidens, small flower bidens in China: cizhencao, lujiaocao, xiaohua guizhencao Bidens pilosa L. (Bidens adhaerescens Vell.; ...
by George William Johnson, Charles Henry Wright
pilosa, var. 1802. 1774.
Including the Various Orders, Genera, and Species
Pilosa'lis (Ent.) pilofus, hairy. Pilosa'ria (Ent.) pilofii, hairy. Pilosel'la (Ent.) feeding on Hawk-weed , Hieracium PiUfclla. Pilo'sus-a-um (Bot.) Lat. hairy. Pilula'ria (Bot.) pilula, a little ...
by Sir George Watt, Edgar Thurston, T. N. Mukharji
pilosa,. Roxb. ;. Fl. lad.,. III.,. 726,. and. B. rOStrata, Rottl,, syn. for Rhynchocarpa foetida, Sckrad. Vern. — Kunkuma-donda, ndga-donda, Tel. B. SCabrella, Linn, f., see Mukia scabrella, Arn. B. umbellata, Wall., see Trichosanth. es ...
by John Buckingham, V. Ranjit N. Munasinghe
Bidens pilosa, Abies pindrow, Acacia confusa and ...
The Gardeners' Dictionary, Describing the Plants, Fruits, and Vegetables Desirable for the Garden and Explaining the Terms and Operations Employed in Their Cultivation (1875)
Metrosideros paucitiora, Eremaa pilosa, M. floribunda, Acmena. M. lophan- thus, rugulosus salignus, speciosus, ...
Describing the Plants, Fruits, and Vegetables Desirable for the Garden, and Explaining the Terms and Operations Employed in Their Cultivation : with an Alphabetical List of Synonymes by George William Johnson
pilosa amwna. P. stolonifera, P. reptans. P. crassifolia, P. reptans massifolia. P. scabra, P. Sickmarmi. P. longiflora, P. tardfflora. Phycella ignea glauca, P. glam-a. P. obtusa, Phadranassu. P. chloracea, P. chloracra. Phylica ...
The Cottage Gardeners Dictionary; describing the plants, fruits & vegetables desirable for the garden, etc (1857)
by George William Johnson
pilosa ammna. P. stolonifera, P. replans.
by Sir George Watt
pilosa, Beauv.; Duthie, Fodder Grasses, N. Ind., 64. Syn. — E. verticillata, R. & S. ; Poa pilosa, Linn. Vern. — Nika-sanwak, gidar punch, Pb. ; Palichhi, Raj.; Kutaii, C. P. References. — Thwaites, En. Ceylon PL, 373 1 Aitchison, Cat. Pb. and ...
An Encyclopaedia of Trees and Shrubs; Being the Arboretum Et Fruticetum Britannicum Abridged ... with Engravings of Nearly All the Species (1853)
by John Claudius Loudon
pilosa G. Don 579 Arbutus pilosa Graham. Other Species of Pernéttya— P. microphylla Gaud. (A'rbutus microphylla Forst.
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