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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for hawaiensis

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Liparis hawaiensis Liparis hawaiensis, common name Hawai'i widelip orchid, is a species of orchid that is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands.
Rubus hawaiensis Although frequently described as prickle-free ("thornless"), and often used as an example of loss of defenses in island plants, most plants do have thin prickles at least when small. As the cane grows the outer layer of bark usually sheds, taking the prickles with it. Interest in breeding "thornless" varieties of edible raspberries (possibly even with distantly related species since most "Rubus" readily hybridize) has led to the introduction of several species of continental "Rubus" species which have since escaped cultivation and become serious pests. These include the yellow Himalayan raspberry, "Rubus ellipticus", and the Florida prickly blackberry, "R. penetrans" ("R. argutus").
Parhyale hawaiensis "P. hawaiensis" is a detritovore that has a circumtropical, worldwide, intertidal, and shallow-water marine distribution, and it may occur as a species complex. It has been reported to occur in large populations (more than 3000 per square metre) on decaying mangrove leaf material in environments subjected to rapid changes in salinity. The ability to tolerate rapid temperature and osmotic changes allows this species to thrive under typical laboratory conditions.
Parhyale hawaiensis Fertilized eggs are sufficiently large to perform microinjections and blastomere isolations with relative ease. Developing "P. hawaiensis" embryos are clear, allowing for both detailed microscopic analyses "in situ" and the use of fluorescently tagged tracer molecules in live embryos. Early cleavage is holoblastic (total), allowing the fates of individual early cells to be explored through experimental manipulation.
Parhyale hawaiensis The transcriptome of "P. hawaiensis" was generated using the pyrosequencing technique. This resource is freely available for download. The transcriptome data can be used for the creation of in situ probes and other experimental tools.
Rubus hawaiensis Rubus hawaiensis, also called the Ākala, is one of two species (with "R. macraei") commonly known as Hawaiian raspberry, endemic to Hawaii. It is found on the islands of Kauai, Molokai, Maui, O'ahu, and Hawaii in mesic to wet forest at elevations of . In most areas it is not very common, but in some places (such as the upper Koolau Gap in Haleakalā and Laupāhoehoe Natural Area Reserve) it can be a dominant member of the understory vegetation. Although superficially similar to the other Hawaiian species, "Rubus macraei", the two are believed to be derived from separate dispersals to Hawaii.
Pupoidopsis hawaiensis Pupoidopsis hawaiensis is a species of very small or minute air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk or micromollusk in the family Pupillidae.
Plantago hawaiensis This is a perennial herb with a woolly stem growing a few centimeters tall and bearing spikes of flowers. It grows in bogs and forested habitat on lava and volcanic ash substrates. There are about five occurrences of the plant remaining for an estimated total of just over 5000 individuals.
Elops hawaiensis This species uses estuarine areas and hypersaline lagoons; changes in the quality of these habitats may affect this species' population dynamics. Although this species may not be closely associated with any single habitat, it may be adversely affected by development and urbanization.
Parhyale hawaiensis "P. hawaiensis" is used in genetic research because eggs and embryos are easily manipulated. Embryos can be rapidly and easily removed from the brood pouch and maintained in seawater. Eggs can be collected and hatched individually, and the mature animals can subsequently be used in pairwise sister-brother or mother-son matings to generate inbred lines.