Apiaceae


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maritimum with those of another species from the Apiaceae family, Aegopodium podagraria.
Lamiaceae (12 species), Liliaceae (12 species), Rosaceae (12 species), Apiaceae (10 species), Brassicaceae (10 species), Fabaceae (10 species), Polygonaceae (9 species), Ranunculaceae (9 species), and Scrophulariaceae (7 species).
Passoa (1995) provided a key to North American genera of larval and pupal Depressariinae and described in detail three species of Depressaria feeding on Apiaceae.
Por sua vez, pólen herbáceo aumenta para 25,5-59,5% e é representado pelas espécies de Apiaceae, Asteraceae, Brassicaceae, Convolvulaceae, Lamiaceae, Poaceae e Polygonaceae.
Fossil pollen from the Eocene era (55 to 34 million years ago) has been identified as belonging to the Apiaceae family (the carrot family).
In this dissertation, phylogenetics and phylogeography of Oreomyrrhis are studied to elucidate its controversial phylogenetic relationships within the family Apiaceae and the historical biogeographic mechanisms that generated its disjunct distribution in the southern portion of the Pacific Basin (Mesoamerica, Andes, southern Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego, Falklands, New Zealand, SE Australia, Tasmania, New Guinea, Borneo, and Taiwan).
A batata-baroa (Arracacia xanthorrhiza Bancroft) pertence a familia Apiaceae, sendo cultivada em varios paises da America do Sul, especialmente na Venezuela, Colombia e Brasil (Casali e Sediyama, 1997).
Mae'r dulys yn perthyn i deulu mawr yr Umbelliferae, neu'r Apiaceae i roi'r enw newydd arnyn nhw.
Whole plant Urban Apiaceae Evolvulas Whole plant alsinoides L.
The reference: To the edible root of the plant of the Apiaceae family, native to Afghanistan and cultivated in the Mediterranean area more than 2,000 years ago.
Traditional theories suggest an origin of Araliaceae in the Paleotropics during the Cretaceous or earlier, and the derivation of the more temperate Apiaceae from proto-araliaceous stock due to climatic changes during the Late Cretaceous or early Cenozoic (Mathias, 1965; Rodriguez, 1971).
Of those seven, one was a member of the Brassicaceae family, one was a member of the Poaceae family, and one was a member of the Apiaceae family.
common nut w 10 18 nettle Other wild plant taxa Apiaceae carrot mericarp w -- 1 family Bromus brome caryopsis c -- 1 Car ex sedge nut w -- 2 Persicaria/ knotweed/ nut w -- -- Polygonum knotgrass Silene campion seed w -- 1 Torilis hedge-- mericarp w -- 1 parsley Sum of macro 431 1804 botanical remains Other components charcoal c x x roots/rootlets w xx -- bark fragments w -- x buds w -- x twig fragments w -- x unidentifiable w xx -- plant fibres wood fragments w x xxx Bryophyta (stem w x xx and leaves) leaf fragments w -- -- Cenococcum w x x geophilum (sclerotia) Bone fragments unidentified bone -- -- fragments mammalia bone xx -- fragments Insect remains beetle remains -- x (e.
Samples were individually isolated into plastic boxes of 10 by 5 by 5 cm and supplied with drops of water, commercially available pollen, and fixed flowers (family Apiaceae = Umbelliferae).