Malvaceae


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Capsular fruits may open partially from the apex to release seeds, as in Oenothera, Dioscorea, or the valves may fall completely away, as in many Malvaceae and Sapindaceae and some Brassicaceae.
1983) and Cane (1989) have enumerated the many species exploited in the eastern and western Central Desert, representing the families Gramineae, Cyperaceae, Leguminosae, Sterculiaceae, Portulacaceae, Malvaceae, Myrtaceae, Stylobasidaceae, Chenopodiaceae.
Since few have investigated the effect of different UV radiation on antioxidant enzymes and UV-absorbing pigments of Malvaceae family and okra (Hibiscus esculentus) is a member of the Malvaceae family, which is a good source of many nutrients including vitamins, protein, amino acids, minerals, and iodine, the aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of different artificially enhanced UV radiation on the MDA, [H.
It can also be found in other families such as Verbenaceae, Proteaceae, Leguminosae, Sapotaceae, Scrophulariaceae and Malvaceae.
In Dhamrai sub-district of Dhaka district, the Araceae, Lamiaceae, Malvaceae and Solanaceae families contributed the highest number of plant species (Rahmatullah et al.
It is a tropical dicotyledonous tree which belongs to the family of Malvaceae.
Below this depth there is a total absence of charcoal particles, and the pollen spectra are dominated by forest taxa including Palmae, Malvaceae, Guettarda speciosa, Weinmannia samoensis, Sophora sp.
shak 7 Dioscorea Dioscoreaceae Mou alu pubera Blume 8 Manihot Euphorbiaceae Shemei alu esculenta Crantz 9 Hibiscus Malvaceae Amila sabdariffa L.
calva) An attractive perennial wildflower in the family Malvaceae, this plant grows to about 5 feet (150 centimeters) in height and produces clusters of pink flowers.
Annonaceae, Apocynaceae, Aquifoliaceae, Berberidaceae, Cactaceae, Convolvulaceae, Dioscoreaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fabaceae, Gentianaceae, Lamiaceae, Linaceae, Loasaceae, Malvaceae, Melianthaceae, Monimiaceae, Nartheciaceae, Oleaceae, Passifloraceae, Plantaginaceae, Polygonaceae, Rubiaceae, Salicaceae and Tetrameristaceae (Table 1).
Hardseededness is usually associated with members of the Fabaceae, but can also be found in members of many other families, including Convolvulacea, Geraniaceae, Malvaceae, and Solanaceae (Rolston, 1978; Baskin et al.
Firstly assigned to Malvaceae family by [3], a systematic revision was made by [1] on the basis of morphology.