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Synonyms for Asteraceae

plants with heads composed of many florets: aster

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A total of 8 Acanthaceae and Asteraceae family plants were obtained from the various healers surveyed.
DISCUSSION--Species of Asteraceae have been considered to be predominantly self-incompatible; thus, they require vectors for their pollination (Proctor and Yeo, 1972; Burtt, 1977; Richards, 1986; de Nettancourt, 2001).
encelioides and to a lesser extent on other plant families such as the Compositeae, Solanaceae, Crucifereae and other Asteraceae [14,10]; this marks this aphid species as a possible future pest if and when suitable host plants are grown in this region.
2008) in a study conducted in Dourados (Mato Grosso do Sul State) verified that Piperaceae family was the most cited, and the Asteraceae family was not included among the six families most mentioned by this community.
Recently, in Ouro Verde, in Goias State, Silva and Proenca (2008) achieved a survey from the most used botanical families, standing out Asteraceae (13 spp.
Jansen and Palmer (1987) found that a large chloroplast DNA inversion present in Asteraceae is absent in some genera of the subtribe Barnadesiinae, which were then put in their own subfamily (Bremer & Jansen, 1992).
En el caso de Asteraceae se registro en Malsitio el 41%, Belencito el 40%, y Chameza el 19%.
In our laboratory, several plant extracts from Asteraceae and Amaranthaceae were screened in vitro against trypomastigote blood forms of T.
The Asteraceae is the most species-diverse family of terrestrial plants in the world.
Helianthus paradoxus is a federally threatened rare annual species of Asteraceae with a restricted range (Bush & Van Auken 1997; McDonald 1999).
Family Name (Latin and Common): Asteraceae, the Composite or Sunflower family
In this genus, Oreina Chevrolat, species are found feeding on plants from several tribes of two different plant families, the Apiaceae and the Asteraceae.
A pesar de que en Mexico la tribu Vernonieae no es un grupo tan diverso como ocurre con otras tribus de Asteraceae, entre las que destacan Heliantheae s.
The dominant families were Asteraceae with 38 species, Poaceae with 37 species, Papilionaceae with 26 species, Rosaceae with 22 species, Lamiaceae with 20 species, Brassicaceae and Cyperaceae with 12 species each and Polygonaceae with 10 species.
La familia con mayor riqueza de especies es Asteraceae con 44 especies (18%), seguida por Poaceae con 24 especies (10%), Fabaceae con 16 especies (7%) y Solanaceae con 15 especies (6%) (Figura 2).