Caryophyllaceae


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Related to Caryophyllaceae: Ranunculaceae, Caryophyllene
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Noun1.Caryophyllaceae - large family of herbs or subshrubs (usually with stems swollen at the nodes)
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
caryophyllaceous plant - a plant of the family Caryophyllaceae
Agrostemma, genus Agrostemma - a caryophylloid dicot genus including corn cockles
Cerastium, genus Cerastium - mouse-eared chickweed
Dianthus, genus Dianthus - carnations and pinks
genus Drypis - one species
genus Gypsophila, Gypsophila - Mediterranean herbs having small white or pink flowers
genus Hernaria, Hernaria - low-growing Old World herbs with minute bright green leaves
genus Illecebrum, Illecebrum - one species: coral necklace
genus Lychnis - genus of plants strongly resembling those of genus Silene: catchfly
genus Minuartia, Minuartia - mostly perennial herbs of northern hemisphere often with mat-forming habit; most often placed in genus Arenaria: sandworts
genus Moehringia, Moehringia - low-growing herbs widely distributed in temperate and Arctic northern hemisphere: sandworts; distinguished from members of the genus Arenaria mainly by having four-petaled rather than five-petaled flowers
genus Paronychia, Paronychia - low-growing annual or perennial herbs or woody plants; whitlowworts
genus Petrocoptis, Petrocoptis - perennial tussock-forming rock plants; of Pyrenees and mountains of northern Spain; similar to and sometimes placed in genus Lychnis
genus Sagina, Sagina - small low-growing annual or perennial herbs of temperate and cool regions
genus Saponaria, Saponaria - mostly perennial Old World herbs
genus Scleranthus, Scleranthus - small genus of Old World weedy prostrate annuals: knawel
genus Silene - large widely distributed genus of plants having mostly showy flowers of various colors: campion; catchfly
genus Spergula, Spergula - small genus of Old World annual herbs: corn spurry
genus Spergularia, Spergularia - chiefly maritime Eurasian herbs: sand spurry; sea spurry
genus Stellaria, Stellaria - common chickweed; stitchwort
genus Vaccaria, Vaccaria - cow-cockles
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En outre, l'identification botanique a montre que parmi les 34 familles recensees, celles les plus representees sont les Lamiaceae (14 especes soit 22,58%), les Asteraceae (4 especes soit 6,45%), les Apiaceae (3 especes soit 4,84%) et les Caryophyllaceae (3 especes soit 4,84%).
tunilla [21, 94] Caryophyllaceae Agrostemma githago L.
latifolia) and the fungus Ustilago violacea (anther-smut fungus, Microbotryum violaceum), which infects plants in the Caryophyllaceae (Thrall et al.
Anther-smut diseases caused by Ustilago violacea have been recorded on 92 species of the Caryophyllaceae in Europe and on 21 species of this family in North America (Thrall et al.
Aquifoliaceae, Balsaminaceae, Caryophyllaceae, Ebenaceae, Julianiaceae,
Two-thirds of the colonizations resulted in only one species, but in a few notable cases (Asteraceae, Campanulaceae, Caryophyllaceae, Lamiaceae, Myrsinaceae, Rubiaceae, and Rutaceae), colonizations have led to a remarkable number and diversity of species, for both dimorphic and monomorphic colonists.
Ensuite on retrouve generalement les 6 grandes familles (Tableau 1) qui sont importantes par leur nombre d'especes dans la flore du Maroc et celle de Rabat a savoir, les Fabaceae (471,22), les Poaceae (351,10), les Caryophyllaceae (236,6), les Lamiaceae (226, 20), les Apiaceae (174,25) et les Liliaceae (103,9).
Pseudodiplostemony, and its implications for the evolution of the androecium in the Caryophyllaceae.
Most families within the Caryophyllales produce betalains and lack anthocyanins, except for Caryophyllaceae and Molluginaceae, which produce only anthocyanins.
Hymenophyllaceae, Caryophyllaceae, and Asteraceae each contain two taxa; all other families contain one taxon.