Asclepiadaceae


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Related to Asclepiadaceae: Asclepias curassavica
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1929; Norden & Batra 1985 Asclepiadaceae Asclepias Mead's Betz et al.
Some Decodon leaves have been misidentified in the past as members of the Moraceae, Asclepiadaceae, and Myrtaceae (Kvacek & Sakala, 1999).
In Asclepiadaceae species, the stationary phase was observed at 22 days; at this phase cryptosin was isolated from Cryptolepis buchanani (Venkateswara et al.
Key words: Asclepiadaceae, Asclepias, plant reproductive biology, pollination biology.
Amaryllidaceae 22 Asclepias tuberosa Asclepiadaceae 15 Jatropha integerrima Euphorbiaceae 20 Ruella simplex Acanthaceae 14 Lantana camara Verbenaceae 20 Barleria cristata Acanthaceae 18 Trachelospermum jasminoides Apocynaceae 22 Tradescantia pallida Commelinaceae 16 Canna sp.
They are papain from Carica Papaya from Moraceae [20], Ficin from Ficus carica from Moraceae [8], Calatropin from Calatropis gigantean from Asclepiadaceae [21], Euphorbain from Euphorbia lathyris from Euphorbiaceae [6] and Eravatamin of Ervatomia coronaria [22].
Genus Caralluma belongs to family Asclepiadaceae, which comprises about 200 genera and 2500 species (Evans 2002).
SC/NM 1 N P W Su ASCLEPIADACEAE Asclepias incarnata L.
Second, complicated pollinaria bearing adhesive and connective structures evolved independently in the family, Asclepiadaceae providing another excellent example of convergent evolution (see review, Burns-Balogh & Bernhardt, 1985).
Similarly best shoot multiplication in BA combination with an auxin has been demonstrated in medicinal plants of Asclepiadaceae, namely Gymnema sylvestre [12] and Hemidesmus indicus [13] and also a synergistic effect of a range of growth regulators in combination with BA on promotion of shoot multiplication is well documented for medicinal plant species.
From an ecological and evolutionary point of view, Asteraceae (the sunflower family), Campanulaceae / Lobeliaceae (the bell-flower family) and Apocynaceae / Asclepiadaceae (the milkweed family) have some of the most specialized pollen presentation mechanisms in the plant kingdom.
Plants belonging to families Acanthaceae, Apocynaceae, Amaryllidaceae, Angelicae, Araceae, Asclepiadaceae, Berberidaceae, Buxaceae, Combretaceae, Compositae, Coniferae, Cyperaceae, Ebenaceae, Ericaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fumariaceae, Gentianaceae, Guttiferae, Lamiaceae, Leguminosae, Lilliaceae, Lycopodiaceae, Malvaceae, Magnoliaceae, Menispermaceae, Mollugi-naceae, Moraceae, Musaceae, Nelumbonaceae, Papaveraceae, Piperaceae, Rubiaceae, Rutaceae, Sapotaceae, Solanaceae and Tamaricaceae have been reported to have AChE inhibitory potential.
Next come 14 chapters on plants They begin with an overview and follow with chapters on Briophyta (mosses, 3 chapters), Araceae (aroids), Smilax (Smilacaceae), Agavaceae, Orchidaceae (orchids), Bromeliaceae (bromeliads), mistletoes (Loranthaceae, Viscaceae, and Eremolepidaceae), Phaseolus (Leguminosae), Cactaceae (cactus), Asclepiadaceae, and Solanaceae.