buttercup family


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Related to buttercup family: Ranunculaceae
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New work investigating flower building in the buttercup family backs up the role B class genes play in petals, overturning some long-held beliefs about the family's dizzying array of floral forms, says Harvard University's Elena Kramer.
Black cohosh (known as both Actaea racemosa and Cimicifuga racemosa) is a member of the buttercup family.
Both anemones and hellebores belong to the buttercup family (Ranunculus), whose members include a number of other garden-worthy species, all with finely cut foliage and a garden performance that coincides with our cooler seasons.
Aconitum is a genus of plants belonging to the buttercup family, Ranunculaceae, which consists of approximately 60 genera.
A member of the buttercup family, the small, white flowers of the three-lobed water-crowfoot have been seen in less than 30 places in Wales since 1996.
It is a member of the buttercup family (Ranunculaceae) and derives its name from the hood shape of its flowers, which are adapted for bumblebee pollination.
The pale purple bell-shaped flowers spanning around 3in bear a central head of golden stamens, followed by silky seedheads, typical of the buttercup family.
Within minutes of the warm spring sunshine reaching the tight buds they opened to reveal the most beautiful flowers of the buttercup family you could imagine.
The windflower, or wood anemone (another buttercup family member), is one of about 20 species growing in our country.
Black Cohosh (Cimifuga racemosa) is no relation to Blue Cohosh but belongs in the buttercup family.
Black cohosh, also known by either its scientific names (Actaea racemosa and Cimicifuga racemosa) is a member of the buttercup family (Ranunculaceae) native to the Eastern United States.
Peter Cunnington, formerly Curator of the University of Liverpool Botanic Garden, gives a talk on Ranunculaceae, plants of the buttercup family to Clwyd Hardy Plant Society, 7.
This means that plants with simple, single flowers in the daisy family, Asteraceae, the rose family, Rosaceae and the buttercup family, Ranunculaceae are among the best.
The bell-shaped flowers, spanning around 8cm (3in), bear a central head of golden stamens, followed by silky seedheads, typical of the buttercup family.
They also identified five new progesterone-related steroids in a plant belonging to the buttercup family.