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Description of Perezia

Monomorphic, diplokaryotic and monokaryotic; all stages in direct contact with host cell cytoplasm; merogony - meronts are diplokaryotic cells which divide by binary fission; sporogony - ribbon-shaped plasmodia, with at least six isolated nuclei possibly more; spores, 2.5 µm long, broadly ovoid; polaroplast is lamellar and the polar tube has 13 or 14 apparently isofilar irregularly arranged coils; type species P. lankesteriae in cytoplasm of Lankesteria ascidiae (Apicomplexa, Gregarinida) in stomach of Ciona intestinalis (Tunicata) (little fleas have lesser fleas).
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Specimen Records:54
Specimens with Sequences:40
Specimens with Barcodes:5
Species:31
Species With Barcodes:30
Public Records:40
Public Species:30
Public BINs:0
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Perezia (plant)

Perezia is a genus of flowering plants in the aster family, Asteraceae. It is distributed in South America, especially in the central and southern Andes.[1]

Though some species occur at sea level, most Perezia grow in high-elevation mountain habitat. Species are found in most high Andean ecosystems, except for the páramo.[1]

Some species are used in traditional medicine in South America. P. multiflora is used to treat postpartum hemorrhage, P. pinnatifida is used as a sedative, and P. purpurata is used as an anti-inflammatory.[2]

There are about 30 to 35 species in the genus.[1]

Species include:[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Simpson, B. B., et al. (2009). Phylogeny and evolution of Perezia (Asteraceae: Mutisieae: Nassauviinae). Journal of Systematics and Evolution 47(5), 431-43.
  2. ^ a b c d Gallardo, A. B., et al. (2011). The recurvatianes: A suite of oxygenated guaiane sesquiterpenes from Perezia recurvata. Phytochemistry 72(2), 284-89.
  3. ^ Perezia. The Plant List.
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