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Synonyms for Asteraceae

plants with heads composed of many florets: aster

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micrantha at locations 7, 17 and 19 (Table l), however, this Asteraceae was the only weed (other than C.
currently found in the Central and Northern Andes, which contradicts the idea that bird pollination could be generally ancestral in the Asteraceae (Funk et al.
cruzi blood trypomastigotes in 23% of the ethanolic extracts obtained from 47 species of the Asteraceae family at a concentration of 12 mg/ml.
In members of asteraceae, which look like the archetypal daisy flower little children draw, there are two sorts of florets.
Avoid if you're allergic to plants in the Asteraceae or Compositae family, such as daisies, ragweed, and chrysanthemums--or if you have an inflamed or infected gallbladder or blocked bile ducts.
Table 1), The maximum range of biological form of medicinal plants in area are family Asteraceae, And.
The most endemic-rich families are Rubiaceae (14 species), Euphorbiaceae (11 species), and Asteraceae (nine species).
Botanical extracts of the families Asteraceae, Bignoniaceae, Fabaceae, and Rubiaceae affect the biology, behavior, and reproduction of coleopteran and lepidopteran pests (Asawalam et al.
The discovery of insecticide activity of phototoxins present in Asteraceae species has stimulated the interest in this plant family as part of the search for new plant derived insecticides (7).
with over 500 species throughout the world, is the most numerous in the Asteraceae family, with geographical distribution restricted to the Americas, from Canada to south Argentina and Chile (Fielding 2001: Abad and Bermejo, 2007).
It is a member of a monophyletic tribe of some of the earliest branches of the Asteraceae family (Bremer, 1994) and is a short (<25 cm), perennial herb with lanceolate leaves and tightly-clustered purple flowers (Keil, 2006).
Wedelia glauca es una planta perenne e invasiva perteneciente a la familia Asteraceae que se encuentra en America del Sur.