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Synonyms for Compositae

plants with heads composed of many florets: aster

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All of the references to pain and hurt suggested a Compositae, far different from the Anacardiaceae family.
farinae Blomia tropicalis Cockroaches Blatella germanica Periplaneta americana Oriental cockroach Pets Dogs Cats Hamsters Rabbits Budgies Parrots Canaries Outdoor Occupational Grass pollens Eragrostis curvula Platinum salts Kikuyu (Pennisetum Locust allergens clandestinum) Buffalo (Stenotaphrum Latex allergens secundatum) Spider mites Tree pollens Acacia species Snake venom (rinkhals) Mesquite (Prosopis tree) Grains (wheat, barley) Oak Storage mites Plane Weed pollens Asteroidaceae Slangbos (Stroebe vulgaris) Compositae Chenopodiaceae English plantain Fungal spores Cladosporium Aspergillus fumigatus Epicoccum Alternaria alternata
Species of Velloziaceae, Eriocaulaceae, Compositae, Rubiaceae, and Orchidaceae are typical of rocky substrates in the area (Giulietti et al.
families, the Compositae or Asteraceae whose flowers are composed
For example, Pinus is in the "cool-dry" box; Abies, Larix and Tsuga are in the "cool-moist" box; Acer, Fagus and Ulmus are in the "warm-moist" box; and finally Carya, Compositae and Amaranthaceae are in the "warm-dry" box.
This volume collects botanical data on the taxonomy and chorology of species of the largest families of Compositae or Asteraceae (the aster, daisy, or sunflower family) of the Holarctic ecozone, which comprise 92 genera and 558 species found in Siberia, including a number being described for the first time.
Pleurotus eryngii is found in association with Eryngium campestre and other species of the Umbelliferae and Compositae families.
Dahlias belong to the very large family of composite flowers Compositae.
For example, the Compositae family of plants includes more than 10% of the world's flowering plants, including chamomile, chrysanthemum, echinacea, daisy, dandelion, ragweed, and marigold.
E, W sorghum, grains Pentatomidae trees, shrubs in wet SE, MW areas Pentatomidae Umbelliferae E, MW Phymatidae predator S, W Phymatidae predator, foliage low SE, SW vegetation Phymatidae predator, on flowers-- S, SW Compositae Phymatidae predator -- Reduviidae predator; foliage shrub, E, SW buildings Reduviidae predator; on low shrub, E, SW grasses Reduviidae grasses, semi-aquatic E, SW Reduviidae hickory E, MW Reduviidae predator; under stones, E, SE debris Reduviidae predator; on grasses, widespread flowers, trees Reduviidae predator; on flowers-- E, MW Compositae Reduviidae predator: flowers, E, SW weeds, wetland Reduviidae predator: on flowers, E, SW pine, oak Reduviidae predator: grasses, trees, S, SW shrubs nr.
SANTA CLARITA - The family compositae is filled with the many-rayed flowers we know as daisies.
Selectissimae cantiones, quas vulgo motetas vocant, partim omnino novae, partim nusquam in Germania excusae, quinque et quatour vocibus compositae.