Violaceae


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Robert, Distribution and Chemical Diversity of Cyclotides from Violaceae, UPPSALA University.
violaceae located around 1.5-2 m of height from their host trees (Quercus rugosa Nee and Q.
Desenvolvimento inicial e crescimento in vitro de Cattleya violaceae (Kunth) Rolfe em diferentes concentracoes de sacarose.
This is the first report of friedelolactones from the Violaceae.
Based on the exine pattern, there are two discrete types of pollen recognized in family Violaceae, that is, Viola stocksii type and Viola pilosa type.
Esta hipotesis es reforzada por el hecho que las hormigas atraidas por las semillas con eleosoma son insectivoras especializadas, como las Ponerinae Odontomachus Latreille y Pachycondyla Smith (Horvitz & Beattie, 1980; Pizo & Oliveira, 1998); o con un importante componente insectivoro en su dieta, como Aphaenogaster rudis (Hughes et al., 1994), Rhytidoponera violaceae (Lubertazzi et al., 2010, Majer et al., 2011) y Myrmica Latreille spp.
Scientific Classification: Kingdom Plantae Division Magnoliophyta Order Malpighiales Family Violaceae Genus Hybanthus Species H.enneaspermus
violaceae in this forest type, despite the plant's suitability for the establishment of scorpions.
fruto Ulmaceae Celtis schippii fruto Urticaceae Urera baccifera flor Violaceae Hybanthus prunifolius Flor fruto Fin Familia Especie lluvias Acanthaceae Mendoncia odorata Amaranthaceae Chamissoa altissima Annonaceae Oxandra mediocris Araceae Monstera sp.
X 342 Urticaceae Pourouma minor Benoist X 343 Urticaceae Pourouma ovata Trecul X 344 Urticaceae Urera sp1 X 345 Urticaceae URTICACEAE sp1 X X 346 Urticaceae URTICACEAE sp2 X 347 Urticaceae URTICACEAE sp3 X 348 Urticaceae URTICACEAE sp4 X 349 Verbenaceae VERBENACEAE sp1 X 350 Violaceae Gloeospermum sp1 X 351 Violaceae Leonia glycycarpa Ruiz & Pav.
violaceae), and choke (Epichloe typhina) of grasses, are dependent upon hosts reaching reproductive maturity for their transmission, which may take many years in perennial plants.