Aizoaceae


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Related to Aizoaceae: Carpobrotus edulis, Amaranthaceae, Alismataceae, Apocynaceae
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Noun1.Aizoaceae - succulent herbs or small shrubs mostly of South Africa but also New Zealand and North America: carpetweeds; fig marigolds
caryophylloid dicot family - family of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers
Caryophyllales, Chenopodiales, order Caryophyllales, order-Chenopodiales - corresponds approximately to the older group Centrospermae
Carpobrotus, genus Carpobrotus - a caryophyllaceous genus of Carpobrotus
Dorotheanthus, genus Dorotheanthus - a caryophyllaceous genus of Dorotheanthus
genus Lithops - genus of stemless South African succulents
genus Mesembryanthemum, Mesembryanthemum - South African annual or biennial plants having flowers that open only in bright sunlight
genus Molluga, Molluga - carpetweeds
genus Pleiospilos, Pleiospilos - perennial succulents of South Africa
genus Tetragonia, Tetragonia - New Zealand spinach
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Three types of glands have been described: the bladder cells of the Chenopodiaceae; the multicellular glands observed in dicotyledonous species of the families Acanthaceae, Aizoaceae, Aveceniaceae, Combretaceae; Convolvulaceae; Frankiaceae, Plumbaginaceae and Tamaricaceae (Waisel, 1972; Wahit, 2003; Kobayashi, 2008; Flowers et al, 2010); and the bicellular glands found in species of the Poaceae family (Liphschitz & Waisel, 1974; Fahn, 1979; Wieneke et al.
Also known as "flowering stones," mesembs are succulents of the Aizoaceae family.
Entre as suas principais variedades esta o espinafre 'Nova Zelandia' (Tetragonia expansa), especie da familia Aizoaceae, que e a mais facilmente encontrada no mercado brasileiro (FILGUEIRA, 2000).
Ombrohydrochory: Rain-operated seed dispersal in plants-with special regard to jet-action dispersal in Aizoaceae.
belongs to the family Aizoaceae from India, to evaluate its anti-diabetic activity.
Host data are presented for 6 species, and patterns of host association with the "mesem" clade of the Aizoaceae are discussed.