Scrophulariaceae


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Related to Scrophulariaceae: Plantaginaceae, Solanaceae
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2) include pinoresinol-4-O-[6"-O-(E)-feruioyl]-[beta]-D-glucopyranoside (13), a previously undescribed naturally occurring lignan isolated for the first time from the Scrophulariaceae and second to be isolated from nature.
Rest 34% Poaceae 14% Asteraceae 13% Fabaceae 12% Amaranthaceae 6% Brassicaceae 5% Boraginaceae 4% Capparaceae 3% convolvulaceae 3% Zygophyllaceae 3% Scrophulariaceae 3% Fig.
The whole family to which penstemon belong - scrophulariaceae - seem to be anathema to slugs.
Rousseaceae Carpodetus Asterales 0 0 0 2 Rousseaceae Roussea Asterales 0 1 0 0 Rubiaceae Luculia Gentianales D 1 0 0 Sapotaceae Manilkara Ericales 0 0 0 1 Sarraceniaceae Sarracenia Ericales 0 1 0 2 Scrophulariaceae Buddleja Lamiales 0 ?
Sapindaceae, Scrophulariaceae and not identified types 1 (ni1), 2 (ni2), 3(ni3) and 4 (ni4).
The genus Buddleja belonging to the family Scrophulariaceae, comprises approximately 100 species.
Rubiaceae Galium mexicanum Kunth Scrophulariaceae Buddleia skutchii C.
The author does provide a summary of the new families that have emerged from Scrophulariaceae and genera that are now merged into this family on page 1106 but as noted above, the changes would have been best represented in a comparison table.
Two species belong to each of the Caryophyllaceae, Cyperaceae, Malvaceae and Scrophulariaceae.
2006) revelaron que tal especie esta cercanamente relacionada con un contingente de taxones previamente agrupados en Scrophulariaceae (Dodartia, Elacholoma, Glossostigma, Lancea, Mimulus y Peplidium).
They belong to the scrophulariaceae family, which includes snapdragons, diascia and foxgloves - all with characteristically pouch-shaped flowers.
Las familias mas representativas (Tabla 3) son Asteraceae (24%), Poaceae (5,5%), Brassicaceae (4,75%), Fabaceae (4,5%), Cactaceae (3,25%), Caryophyllaceae (3%), Malvaceae (3,5%), Solanaceae (3,5%), Plantaginaceae (3%), Apiaceae (2,5%) y Scrophulariaceae (2,25%).