family Apiaceae


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Many plants of the family Apiaceae including Bunium persicum (zireh), and Carum and Heracleaum persicum (golpar) are used in food additives and as medicinal plants in Iran and other parts of the world [3, 4].
The majority of Nearctic Depressaria species feed on host plants in the families Apiaceae or Asteraceae (Hannemann, 1995; Hodges, 1974; McKenna and Berenbaum, 2003), with the preponderance of Nearctic species feeding on plants in the family Apiaceae (Hodges, 1974).
Toxicity of plants was used to test a scenario of coevolution by means escape and radiation (Berenbaum, 1983) by using plant family preference as a surrogate for plant toxicity: (0) larval host-plant unknown, (1) larvae feed on plants in the family Lamiaceae (do not produce furanocoumarins), (2) larvae fees on plants in the family Asteraceae (do not produce furanocoumarins), (3) larvae feed on plants in the family Apiaceae (produce furanocoumarins), and (4) larvae feed on multiple plants families known to produce furanocoumarins but is not a member of Apiaceae (such as Rutaceae and Fabaceae).
In this dissertation, phylogenetics and phylogeography of Oreomyrrhis are studied to elucidate its controversial phylogenetic relationships within the family Apiaceae and the historical biogeographic mechanisms that generated its disjunct distribution in the southern portion of the Pacific Basin (Mesoamerica, Andes, southern Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego, Falklands, New Zealand, SE Australia, Tasmania, New Guinea, Borneo, and Taiwan).
which is one of the largest genera of the family Apiaceae (Umbelliferae).
A phylogeny of the flowering plant family Apiaceae based on chloroplast DNA rpl16 and rpoC1 intron sequences: towards a suprageneric classification of subfamily Apioideae.
To investigate the effects of seed dispersal on population genetic structure, we compare three ecologically similar species of forest herbs in the family Apiaceae whose fruits vary widely in morphological adaptations for dispersal.
The genus Dorema belongs to family Apiaceae which is a family of 300 genera and 3,000 species.
Carrots belong to the family Apiaceae, which is characterized by having dissected leaves, umbellate inflorescences, and fruits that are schizocarps, which split into two meri carps.
attract a single species of fig wasps, while at the other end of the spectrum, species of the family Apiaceae often attract Hymenoptera from multiple families.
Carrots belong to the family Apiaceae which is characterized by having dissected leaves, umbellate inflorescences, and fruits that are schizocarps (which split into two meri carps.
Plant species References Family Apiaceae Golden Alexanders (Zizia aurea) Robertson (1928) Family Asteraceae Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) Vaurie (1948) Ragweed (Ambrosia artermisiaefolia) Vaurie (1948) Ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) Girault (1907); Vaurie (1948); Wildermuth & Gates (1920) Burdock (Arctium mus) Vaurie (1948) Daisy (Leucanthemum sp.