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Synonyms for Euphorbiaceae

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The hemagglutination activity of all three purified lectins was inhibited by D-galactose and N-acetyl-D-galactosamine (GalNAc), as happens with other lectins derived from Euphorbiaceae (Silva Santana et al.
grantii belonging to family Euphorbiaceae is similar to few plant latex proteases studied by several workers.
He does agree that rafflesias belong on the big evolutionary tree branch occupied by the order Malpighiales, which includes the family Euphorbiaceae.
The discovery is a surprise because poinsettias and many of their relatives in the Euphorbiaceae family have tiny flowers.
Hevea brasiliensis is considered by many to be the most important member of the Euphorbiaceae family because its latex has been used in all parts of the world.
of the Euphorbiaceae family, has been used traditionally for treatment of gastrointestinal,, bronchial and respiratory disorders and its proven pharmacological activities include antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, diuretic, anthelmintic, antihypertensive, anxiolytic, antimalarial and anti-inflammatory.
Fortunately Jatropha curcas, which is a drought-resistant shrub belonging to the Family Euphorbiaceae, is a good substitute as a protein source for livestock feeds.
For tropical regions Jatropha Curcas is a species of flowering plant in the genus Jatropha in spurge family, Euphorbiaceae.
Outras famílias bem distribuídas, nesta região, são Anacardiaceae, Annonaceae, Caesalpiniaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Meliaceae, Sapindaceae e Sapotaceae.
The castor bean, a tropical perennial shrub found in Africa and other tropical and subtropical regions in the world, is a member of the Euphorbiaceae family.
Dominant families were Euphorbiaceae, Clusiaceae, Cunoniaceae, Rubiaceae, Humiriaceae, and Ericaceae.
Euphorbiaceae plant family is the predominant with 44% of antisickling plants at Babogombe site and 20% at Kisangani site.
The general characteristic of the Euphorbiaceae family is a feeling of tightness as if the skin is bound.