family Asteraceae


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Synonyms for family Asteraceae

plants with heads composed of many florets: aster

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Anti-inflammatory and chemical composition of two plants Family Asteraceae growing in Saudi Arabia.
The comps of Mexico: a systematic account of the family Asteraceae.
is a herbaceous plant with annual cycle, belonging to the family Asteraceae (Compositae).
Among the 64 species of 25 angiospermic families recorded in the surveyed area, 10 belonged to family Asteraceae.
For example, plants within the family Asteraceae predominantly are self-incompatible; however, the family contains both outcrossing and selfing species (e.
The Genus Uroleucon (Homoptera Aphididae) is distributed throughout the world primarily on host plants in the family Asteraceae.
Anthemis is one of the largest genera of the family Asteraceae, comprising 130 species predominately distributed in the Mediterranean area.
Particularly, plants of family Asteraceae which showed the highest activity.
Systematization of the Family Asteraceae according to Panero & Funk (2008) and othersSubfamilia Tribu 1.
In the taxonomic history of the family Asteraceae, two significant classification systems, one by Cassini (1819) and the other by Bentham (Bentham & Hooker, 1873), were proposed.
The wedge-shaped vascular bundles in the family Asteraceae according to Greulach (1977) are actually those discrete wedge-shaped Types I and II tissues observed by us.
The genus is placed in the family Asteraceae (the daisies, also once known as the Compositae).
Pecos Sunflower (Helianthus paradoxus) Another plant listed on October 20 as threatened is the Pecos sunflower, a large, showy plant in the family Asteraceae.
An example is chicory, a perennial herb in the family Asteraceae that has a long history of production for chicons -- the edible, pale-leafed head used in salads.
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