Ranunculaceae


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Related to Ranunculaceae: Ranunculales, Papaveraceae
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199 of 331 documented species) and the sites referred to above, are the Apiaceae, Asteraceae, Brassicaceae, Caryophyllaceae, Cyperaceae, Fabaceae, Lamiaceae, Plantaginaceae, Poaceae, Polygonaceae, Ranunculaceae, and Rosaceae (see Appendix 1).
But it is not a member of the rue family - it belongs to the buttercup family Ranunculaceae.
Se reconocieron 46 especies, representantes de 42 generos y 29 familias; de estas, la familia Liliaceae presento seis asignaciones taxonomicas, seguida de las Asteraceae y las Ranunculaceae, con cuatro especies cada una.
A total of 36 plants were identified from the GB in a case study and identified at Islamabad Herbarium, Quaid e Aam University, Islamabad, out of which 9 species from Asteraceae family representing maximum (25 per cent) followed by Ranunculaceae family (13.
Seeds of Nigella sativa, a dicotyledon of the Ranunculaceae family, have been employed for thousands of years as a spice and food preservative.
Families like Amaryllidaceae, Apocynaceae, Buxaceae, Asteraceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fabacae, Liliaceae, Papaveraceae, Ranunculaceae and Solanaceae are particularly rich in alkaloids.
North East Alpine Garden Society, talk, Ranunculaceae, by Peter Cunnington, St Mary''s Church Hall, Ponteland, 7.
This means that plants with simple, single flowers in the daisy family, Asteraceae, the rose family, Rosaceae and the buttercup family, Ranunculaceae are among the best.
Marsh marigold is a member of the Ranunculaceae family, named by Pliny the Elder (23-79 A.
Mae 'na dros 1700 o wahanol rywogaethau yn perthyn i deulu mawr y blodyn menyn - y Ranunculaceae.
They are commonly found in several plant families, including the Solanaceae, Fabaceae, Papaveraceae, Rubiaceae, Apocynaceae, and Ranunculaceae.
flowers of Ranunculaceae (the majority of Bromeliaceae has actinomorphic flowers) irregular means without rule or order', doubtful term, applicable only for description of repeatedly arranged organs like flowers or leaves along an axis or of irregular distribution of structures or organs on a surface (e.
Ranunculaceae Buttercup Perianth may lack sepals or petals and sepals may be undifferentiated from one another.