Urticaceae


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Las semillas y polen pertenecieron a 21 familias: Annonaceae, Araceae, Asteraceae, Bombacaceae, Bromeliaceae, Cactaceae, Cecropiaceae, Cyclanthaceae, Clusiaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fabaceae, Flaucourtiaceae, Malvaceae, Marcgraviaceae, Melastomataceae, Moraceae, Piperaceae, Proteaceae, Rubiaceae, Solanaceae y Urticaceae; se siguio el sistema de clasificacion clasica de Cronquist (1981).
Otherwise, there are a lot of families with only one species in that area as Aquifoliaceae, Araliaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Cupressaceae, Ericaceae, Hypericaceae, Orobanchaceae, Oxalidaceae, Pinaceae, Plantaginaceae, Plumbaginaceae, Polygalaceae, Pyrolaceae, Rhamnaceae, Salicaceae, Saxifragaceae, Taxaceae, Urticaceae and Valerianaceae.
dioica, often called "nettle" or "stinging nettle," is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant belonging to Urticaceae family and growing in the temperate zones of Asia, America, North Africa, and Europe [5].
The great fruit-eating bat Artibeus lituratus (Olfers, 1818) (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae) feeds mainly on fruits (Urticaceae and Moraceae; see Passos et al.
Urticaceae 0.04 [+ or -] 0.04 Urtica dioica Violaceae 0.01 [+ or -] 0.01 Viola sp.
(Rosales: Urticaceae), native to Central and South America and the West Indies, and possibly to coconut, Cocos nucifera L.
Some of the representative families are Asteraceae, Celastraceae, Euphorbiaceae, Menispermaceae, Pandaceae, Rubiaceae, Sterculiaceae and Urticaceae along with Rhamnaceae.
Of 41 families having alien species, Asteraceae was the most dominant (29 species) followed by Convolvulaceae (11), Amaranthaceae and Solanaceae (9 species each), Euphorbiaceae (8), Caesalpiniaceae and Papilionaceae (7 each), Poaceae (6), Capparidaceae, Cyperaceae, Tiliaceae, and Verbenaceae (4 each), Asclepiadaceae, Chenopodiaceae, Lamiaceae, Malvaceae, Mimosaceae, and Onagraceae (3 each), Acanthaceae, Oxalidaceae, Papaveraceae, Pedaliaceae, Portulacaceae, and Scrophulariaceae (2 each), and Amaryllidaceae, Apocynaceae, Arecaceae, Brassicaceae, Cannabaceae, Cuscutaceae, Cactaceae, Liliaceae, Polygonaceae, Primulaceae, Passifloraceae, Piperaceae, Rosaceae, Sterculiaceae, Ulmaceae, Urticaceae, and Zygophyllaceae (1 species each).
These include Acanthaceae, Aceraceae (sugar maple), Asteraceae* (the sunflower family), Boraginaceae*, Burseraceae* (tropical trees), Chrysobalanaceae* (tropical trees), Cucurbitaceae* (Cucurbita [squashes and gourds], Lagenaria [bottle and dipper gourds], Citrullus (watermelon), Cucumis [cantaloupe and honeydew melons and cucumber], and Sicana [cassabanana]), Dilleniaceae, Moraceae* (breadfruit and jackfruit, figs, and mulberry), Podostemaceae (herbs on rocks in rivers and streams), Ulmaceae* (elms), and Urticaceae (stinging nettles).