Definition of Podotheca. Meaning of Podotheca. Synonyms of Podotheca

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Definition of Podotheca

Podotheca
Podotheca Pod`o*the"ca, n.; pl. Podothec[ae]. [NL., fr. Gr. poy`s, podo`s, foot + ? case.] (Zo["o]l.) The scaly covering of the foot of a bird or reptile.

Meaning of Podotheca from wikipedia

- Heads Podotheca chrysantha (Steetz) Benth. - Yellow Podotheca Podotheca gnaphalioides Graham - Golden Long-heads Podotheca pritzelii P.S.Short Podotheca uniseta...
- Podotheca chrysantha is a small herb in the family Asteraceae endemic to Western Australia. It grows from 0.2 to 0.5 m high, and has yellow flowers which...
- Podotheca gnaphalioides (common name, golden long-heads) is a small annual herb in the family Asteraceae, endemic to Western Australia. It grows from...
- Podotheca angustifolia, commonly known as Sticky Longheads, is a species of herb native to Australia. An annual herb with yellow flowers, P. angustifolia...
- family. The scaly covering present on the foot of the birds is called podotheca. The beak, bill, or rostrum is an external anatomical structure of birds...
- species were formerly cl****ed under different genera, including Helipterum, Podotheca, Acroclinium and Waitzia. Species Rhodanthe anthemoides (Sieber ex Spreng...
- scales, called scutes. This type of podotheca is described as being scutellate. When there are no scutes, and the podotheca is a smooth sheath, it is called...
- on the extreme phalanx of each toe. They consist of a horny keratinous podotheca, or sheath, and are not part of the skeleton. The bird foot also contains...
- Podachaenium Benth. ex Oerst. Podanthus Lag. Podocoma C****. Podolepis Labill. Podotheca C****. Poecilolepis Grau Pogonolepis Steetz Pojarkovia Askerova Pollalesta...
- obtusifolia, Lepilaena australis, Levenhookia dubia, Myriophyllum glomeratum, Podotheca angustifolia, Prostanthera cuneata, Punctelia subflava, Senecio macrocarpus...
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