Cucurbitaceae


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Related to Cucurbitaceae: Solanaceae, Fabaceae, Poaceae
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Structure, ontogeny, organographic distribution, and taxonomic significance of trichomes and stomata in the Cucurbitaceae.
Segments Coverage: Solanaceae Family, Roots & Bulbs and Cucurbitaceae Family
The botany lesson introduces you to the fact that the flowers of Cucurbitaceae are both imperfect and incomplete
The species chiefly attacks Cucurbitaceae, including several commercial crops: Cucumis melo L.
However, for some vegetables in the family Cucurbitaceae, such as pumpkin and zucchini, uptake from soil can be considerable (Hulster et al.
In botanical terms these belong to the cucurbitaceae family.
The site of Shaxia in Hong Kong has produced quantities of rice and Cucurbitaceae phytoliths (Lu et al.
COURGETTES or zucchini, above, as they are known in the US and Italy, are "summer squash" and belong to the diverse family Cucurbitaceae.
2003), Diabrotica speciosa (Germar) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) e Tetranychus ludeni (Zacher) (Acari: Tetranychidae), pela maior densidade em que foram encontrados em associacao com ginseng-brasileiro, mas tambem pela relevancia economica destes fitofagos em diversas plantas, tais como Cucurbitaceae, Leguminosae, Malvaceae e Solanaceae (Gallo et al.
Mechanical inoculation tests, the virus was found to infect members of chenopodiaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Fabaceae, and Solanaceae.
A member of the Cucurbitaceae family (which includes cucumbers, courgettes, melons and marrows), good varieties for Halloween lanterns include Jack of all Trades and Rocket, with their deep orange skin, while Racer and Sunny are suitable alternatives for gardeners who live in a cool area with a shorter growing season.
A member of the Cucurbitaceae family (which includes cucumbers, courgettes, melons and marrows), pumpkins have much to offer in the garden with their colourful skins and dense, sweet flesh.
Both melons belong to the Cucurbitaceae or gourd family, which also includes pumpkins and cucumbers.
Melons are members of the Cucurbitaceae family, along with squashes and cucumbers.