Euphorbiaceae


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Incidence and abundance of Prodiplosis longifila galls or larval feeding damage on Jatropha species, closely related Euphorbiaceae species and crops at survey sites in Bolivia.
En tres zonas de vegetacion riberena de un afluente del rio Tacotalpa, se registraron 1681 individuos, 38 familias y 131 especies; las familias mas representativas fueron Fabaceae, Euphorbiaceae y Moraceae.
Analysis of the floristic composition characterized 19 weed species which belong to eight plant families: Amaranthaceae, Asteraceae, Commelinaceae, Convolvulaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Poaceae, Portulacaceae and Solanaceae.
Based on the proposed structure upon NMR spectroscopic data, this article is the first report of isolation of this compound from any Euphorbiaceae species [24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30].
Calcium oxalate crystals (COC) are a common trait of Euphorbiaceae and can be found as styloids that tear the epidermis giving the dehydrated leaf blade a rough surface, as in the genus Claoxylon and Micrococca (Kabouw et al, 2008), as polygonal crystals within the mesophyll (Levin, 1986) or as druses in the palisade parenchyma, mesophyll and veins (Levin, 1986; Hussin et al.
The Euphorbiaceae exhibits a widespread distribution and is comprised of about 222 genera and 6100 species, but it is most diverse in tropical regions (Judd et al.
Asi mismo, son importantes en terminos de riqueza Apocynaceae, Bignoniaceae, Malvaceae (8), Euphorbiaceae (7) y Capparaceae (4).
una planta de la familia Euphorbiaceae utilizada como medicinal y cuyas semillas contienen un aceite no comestible que se utiliza como biocombustible en motores diesel.
Many Phyllanthus species which are closely related to the genus Margaritaria (both in the Euphorbiaceae family) have been shown to inhibit the growth of human breast, lung, gynaecologic, colon and ovarian (Jia et al.
Se realizo una clasificacion supervisada de la cobertura vegetal tipica con emisiones de monoterpenos, y con las areas de entrenamiento visitadas se pudo estimar la distribucion en el PNNT de las familias Anacardiaceae, Leguminosae, Rubiaceae, Euphorbiaceae y Polygonaceae, las cuales engloban 23 especies con potencial de generar emisiones biogenicas del compuesto estudiado, de acuerdo con los factores de emision (Lancaster University, 2009).
es uno de los generos mas grandes de angiospermas con mas de 1200 especies y es el segundo genero mas diverso de la familia Euphorbiaceae (Govaerts et al.
Dipsacaceae Pterocephalus canus coulterex Dc Euphorbiaceae Chorzophora obliqua (vah L.
Euphorbia helioscopia belongs to family Euphorbiaceae which is rich in medicinally active plants (Kinghorn and Evans, 1975; Webster, 1994).
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.
Seedlings of Euphorbiaceae tropical trees are usually phanerocotylar with long-petiolate cotyledons (DUKE, 1969); these characters may be extended to the studied weed species with herbaceous habit.