Boraginaceae


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Related to Boraginaceae: Hydrophyllaceae, Scrophulariaceae
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Developing weeds plantations in density agricultural crops Asteraceae 952 Amaranthaceae 1086 Asphodelaceae 43 Boraginaceae 441 Brassicaceae 1296 Caryophylloideae 95 Chenopodiaceae 17 Convolvulaceae 54 Convolvulaceae 36 Cyperaceae 501 Fabaceae 119 Lamiaceae 17 Malvaceae 146 Papaveraceae 156 Poaceae 529 Resedaceae 27 Solanaceae 35 Zygophyllaceae 40 Table 1: List of weeds of developing agricultural crops filed at Al-Shafa area.
The phylogenetic significance of vestured pits in Boraginaceae.
The purpose of this contribution is to provide the necessary new combinations that can be used in future treatments of the family in regional floras, as well as the yet incomplete treatment of Heliotropiaceae (sub Boraginaceae s.
alliodora son similares a las registradas por Leon (2003, 2014) en la familia Boraginaceae en Venezuela.
Rest 34% Poaceae 14% Asteraceae 13% Fabaceae 12% Amaranthaceae 6% Brassicaceae 5% Boraginaceae 4% Capparaceae 3% convolvulaceae 3% Zygophyllaceae 3% Scrophulariaceae 3% Fig.
THIS member of the Boraginaceae family is a wonderful hardy annual for our gardens as it likes full sun and can tolerate temperatures down to minus 5C, although that is unlikely in our warmer winters.
is an annual plant belonging to the family Boraginaceae (Boraginaceae Juss.
17,18 It was isolated from many species of the families Lamiaceae and Boraginaceae and was identified as one of the active components of several medicinal plants (e.
Boraginaceae and Geraniaceae were noted in spring, with a higher portion compared to any other season (11.
Las Asteraceae son las mas diversas con 17 especies en 16 generos, seguidas por las Boraginaceae (8/3), Caryophyllaceae (6/6), Euphorbiaceae (6/5), Fabaceae (6/6) y Solanaceae (6/5) (Fig.
El nogal cafetero o laurel, Cordia alliodora (Ruiz & Pavon) Oken (1883), es una especie forestal de la familia Boraginaceae que se distribuye desde Mexico hasta el norte de Argentina, incluyendo las islas caribenas.
Se determinaron los siguientes taxa: Caryophyllales, Poaceae, Boraginaceae, Chenopodiaceae.
Es destacable que las familias en que la relacion no generos/no especies es mayor han sido Boraginaceae (0,89), Umbelliferae (0,79) y Caryophyllaceae (0,73), coincidiendo las dos primeras familias con otros trabajos realizados en la provincia de Valladolid (Lazaro Bello, 2003, 2006, 2006b, 2007, 2008).
Biebers), es una especie de origen europeo perteneciente a la familia Boraginaceae, subfamilia Boraginoideae, tribu Boragineae, que habita en nuestro pais generalmente en regiones semiaridas con suelos arenosos, secos (Marzocca, 1997).