Alliaceae


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Related to Alliaceae: Amaryllidaceae, Asphodelaceae, Menispermaceae
  • noun

Synonyms for Alliaceae

one of many families or subfamilies into which some classification systems subdivide the Liliaceae but not widely accepted

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Diallyl sulfide (DAS), diallyl disulfide (DADS) and diallyl trisulfide (DATS) are the sulfur-containing compounds found in the Alliaceae family such as garlic.
FAMILY/ ENGLISH/ SCIENTIFIC COMMON NAME NAME Alliaceae Allium sativum L.
The family is now regarded as the sister lineage to all others within the monocot order Asparagales, which includes Alliaceae, Iridaceae, Agavaceae, Amaryllidaceae, among other well-known families (Fay et al.
Garlic, with scientific name: Allium sativum, is a plant from Asparagales order, Alliaceae family and allium category.
Actinidiaceae [237], Alliaceae [193], Amaryllidaceae [6, 21,
Actinidiaceae [237], Agavaceae [142, 178], Alliaceae [36],
Table I The occurrence of complete staminodial whorls in the Magnoliatae as derived from (ob)diplostemonous or dicyclic androccia (a) Family Tribe, genus, or species Alliaceae Allium, Trichlora, Gilliesia Anacardiaceae Pentaspadon Bombacaceae Chorisia Bonnetiaceae Ploiarium, Archytaea Brexiaceae Brexia, Ixerba Burseraceae Santiria Caesalpiniaceae Dimorphandra Caryophyllaceae Paronychia, Herniaria, Habrosia, Schiedea, etc.
Brodiaea, Dipterostemon, Dichelostemma, and Muilla (formerly Alliaceae, now Themidaceae) are also crassinucellate (Berg, 1978, 1996), whereas all members of Alliaceae lack parietal cells (Stenar, 1932).