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- hazelnuts. Species Ostryopsis davidiana Decne. - widespread from Sichuan to Liaoning Ostryopsis intermedia B.Tian & J.Q.Liu - Yunnan Ostryopsis nobilis Balf...
- Ostryopsis nobilis (Chinese: 滇虎榛; pinyin: dian hu zhen) is a shrub species in the genus Ostryopsis found in China. It is an endemic Chinese medicinal plant...
- extending directly into leaf teeth, differentiate Ostryopsis from Carpinus and Ostrya. Ostryopsis is often considered the sister group of Carpinus and...
- by the Oligocene, with all genera in the family (with the exception of Ostryopsis) having a fossil record stretching back at least 20 million years from...
- Betulaceae - birch family (Alnus, Betula, Carpinus, Corylus, Ostrya, Ostryopsis) Casuarinaceae - she-oak family (Allocasuarina, Casuarina, Ceuthostoma...
- family comprises six genera (Alnus, Betula, Carpinus, Corylus, Ostrya, and Ostryopsis) and includes alders, birches, hornbeams, and hazelnuts. Species within...
- ostryopsitriol, can be isolated from the stems of endemic Chinese medicinal plant Ostryopsis nobilis (Betulaceae). Acerogenin M can be found in Acer nikoense (Sapindaceae)...
- hummingbird species found only in Peru Orthonevra nobilis, a hoverfly species Ostryopsis nobilis, a plant species found in China Otidiphaps nobilis, the pheasant...
- Caragana spp., the Gansu elm (Ulmus glaucescens), the hazel-hornbeam (Ostryopsis davidiana), the yellowhorn (Xanthoceras sorbifolia) and the temple juniper...
- Higher on the hillsides are drought-adapted shrubs of rose, elm, caranga, ostryopsis (a type of birch tree), and juniper. At the highest elevations, tree cover...
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