Ranunculaceae


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Ranunculaceae: Ranunculales, Papaveraceae
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for Ranunculaceae

References in periodicals archive ?
De Candolle (Campanulaceae) SC-E2 Bupleuri Radix Bupleurum falcatum 6 Linne (Umbelliferae) Coptidis Rhizoma Coptidis japonica 2 Makino (Ranunculaceae) Gardeniae Fructus Gardenia jasminoides 6 Ellis (Rubiaceae) Glycyrrhizae Glycyrrhiza uralensis 2 Radix et Rhizoma Fischer (Leguminosae) Platycodi Radix Platycodon grandiflorum 3 A.
The 12 families with the highest number of taxa were Poaceae (45 spp., 12.6%), Asteraceae (38 spp., 10.6%), Cyperaceae (28 spp., 7.9%), Rosaceae (20 spp., 5.6%), Fabaceae (11 spp., 3.1%), Brassicaceae (9 spp., 2.5%), Fagaceae (9 spp., 2.5%), Lamiaceae (9 spp., 2.5%), Apiaceae (7 spp., 2.0%), Asparagaceae (7 spp., 2.0%), Polygonaceae (7 spp., 2.0%), and Ranunculaceae (7 spp., 2.0%); these 12 families contained 197 (55.3%) of the 356 taxa documented (Appendix 1).
x x Sf Ranunculaceae Clematis seemannii Kuntze x x Tr Ranunculus praemorsus Kunth ex DC.
[1-3] Nigella sativa (Family Ranunculaceae; NS) is a miracle herb as many researchers discovered its broad spectrum of pharmacological potential.
(Ranunculaceae) (Caulis clematidis armandii, also named "Chuan-Mu-Tong" in China), a flowering climbing plant, is often found in southwestern China, especially in Sichuan (Szechwan) Province.
We recorded a relatively low consumption of herbaceous plants (other than Graminaceae, Cyperaceae and Juncaceae), such as Ranunculaceae, Primulaceae, Umbrelliferae, Leguminosae and Compositae (Table 3), perhaps due to the low palatability of these species during the study period.
Shen-Fu injection (SFI) contains ginseng ( Panax ; family: Araliaceae) and fuzi (Radix aconiti lateralis preparata, Aconitum carmichaeli Debx.; family: Ranunculaceae) and is a common traditional Chinese medical formulation.
(Poaceae), prickly Russian thistle, pitseed goosefoot, Chenopodium berlandieri (Chenopodiaceae), buffalo gourd, Cucurbita foetidissima (Cucurbitaceae), Drummond's clematis, Clematis drummondii (Ranunculaceae), peppergrass, Lepidium sp.
Polygonatum Giant Robertson 1929 commutatum Solomon's seal Walter Ranunculaceae Delphinium Dwarf larkspur Robertson 1929 tricorne Michx.
The seeds of Nigella sativa Linn (Ranunculaceae), commonly known as black seed or black cumin, are used in folk (herbal) medicine all over the world for the treatment and prevention of a number of diseases and conditions that include asthma, diarrhoea and dyslipidaemia.
Hellebores belong to the buttercup family (ranunculaceae) and their slightly greasy seed does not store well.
Nigella sativa plant belongs to the Ranunculaceae family and it is commonly found in South, Southwest Asia, North Africa, and Southern Europe where it has been used traditionally as medicinal plant and spice since ancient time [1].
Among the angiosperm families, Asteraceae (49 spp.); Rosaceae (21 spp.); Apiaceae (20 spp.); and Ranunculaceae (18 spp.) were dominant.