Urticaceae


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This is present in Barbeyaceae (Dickison & Sweitzer, 1970), Cecropiaceae (Kubitzki, 1993), Moraceae (Rohwer, 1993a), Urticaceae (Friis, 1993), and Rosaceae (e.
The effects of a hydroalcoholic extract of the leaves of Urticaceae in modulating the Phase-I enzymes cytochrome P450 (cyt P450), cytochrome [b.
Two different doses of the extract of Urticaceae and BHA did not make any significant difference at any level of treatment in body-weight and body-weight gain as compared to the control group of mice (Table 1).
Languria mozardi has a wide host range including plants in the families: Asteraceae, Brassicaceae, Campanulaceae, Fabaceae, Malvaceae, Poaceae, and Urticaceae (Folsom 1909; Wildermuth & Gates 1920; Vaurie 1948; Ward et al.
Makino seed Urticaceae Girardinia condensata (Hochst.
Vaurie (1948); Wildermuth & Gates (1920) Timothy (Phelum pratense) Vaurie (1948) Family Urticaceae Tall nettle (Urtica gracilis) Vaurie (1948); Wildermuth & Gates (1920) Common or stinging nettle Vaurie (1948); Wildermuth & (Urtica dioica) Gates (1920) TABLE 2.
of endemic taxa Rubiaccae 903 769 Asteraccac 715 536 Orchidaceae 677 441 Fabaceac 631 353 Myrtaceae 542 494 Euphorbiaccac 538 433 Melastomataceae 451 391 Poaceae 430 133 Cyperaccac 333 88 Urticaceae 260 237 Table 3 Ten Families with Most Generic Diversity in the West Indies Family No.
latter type is also found in the Urticaceae and the Moraceae.
Among the anemophilous species, some have most of the typical features, not surprisingly among the Chenopodiaceae, Cyperaceae, Juncaceae, Poaceae, Urticaceae, and the genera Coprosma, Dysopsis, Empetrum, Gunnera, Haloragis, Peperomia, Plantago, and Lactoris (Bernardello et al.
The Fernandezian monoecious species--included in the Euphorbiaceae, Urticaceae, and Cyperaceae--are largely herbaceous and have mostly very small, inconspicuous, green flowers.
The Theligonaceae was placed as a tribe, the Theligoneae, under the Urticaceae.