Dipsacaceae


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Noun1.Dipsacaceae - chiefly southern European herbs with flowers usually in dense cymose heads
asterid dicot family - family of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
order Rubiales, Rubiales - an order of dicotyledonous plants of the subclass Asteridae; have opposite leaves and an inferior compound ovary
Dipsacus, genus Dipsacus - type genus of the Dipsacaceae: teasel
genus Scabiosa - annual or perennial herbs or subshrubs; mainly Mediterranean
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Don) Sprengcl Dipsacaceae Dipsacus japonicus Miquel.
Dipsacaceae Pterocephalus canus coulterex Dc Euphorbiaceae Chorzophora obliqua (vah L.
Dipsacaceae AWC Melaphis rhois (Fitch) mosses AWT Monellia caryella (Fitch) AWC Myzus (Nectarosiphon) polyphagous, over AWC persicae (Sulzer) 40 families Myzocallis sp.
El estudio de la filogenia basado en las caracteristicas del polen coloca a Abelia en la tribu Linnaeeae, la cual muestra relaciones con Valerianaceae y Dipsacaceae (Jacobs et al.
Indian teasel), a Dipsacaceae, was introduced from Eurasia and naturalized in several localities of Argentina (Burkart, 1957; Lamberto et al.
Koyama DIPSACACEAE Scabiosa Ambarina, Flowers, fresh Oral atropurpurea L.
Zea mays) + Convolvulaceae + Cypemceae + + + + Dipsacaceae + Lamiaceae + Liliaceae + Onagmceae + Poaceae + + + + Polygalaceae + + Polygonaceae + + + + Primulaceae + Ranunculaceae + Rumex + Typhaceae + + + BRYOPHYTA Phaeoceros + + Sphagnum + + PTERIDOPHYTA Alsophila + + + + Anogramma + + + Anemia + + + Blechnum + + + + Botrychium + + + + Cyathea + + + Cyathaceae + + + + Cystopteris + + Dicksonia + + + Dicranoglossum + + + Dicranopteris + + + + Huperzia + + + Hymenophyllum + + + Gleichenia + + Lophosoria + + Lycopodiella + + Lycopodium + Lygodium + Marratiaceae + Microgramma + + + + Ophioglossum + Osmunda + + + + Polypodiaceae + Plagiogyria + Pterideae + + + + Schizea + Selaginella + + + + Vittariacae + Figura 5.
Teasel, Scabious, Knautia and Cephalaria - they are all members of the Dipsacaceae family with something to add to the garden.
Asterid 2: Apiaceae, Aquifoliaceae, Araliaceae, Asteraceae, Campanulaceae, Caprifoliaceae, Cornaceae (Corokia), Cornaceae (Griselinia), Cornaceae (Helwingia), Dipsacaceae, Menyanthaceae, Pittosporaceae, Valerianaceae.
One plant-pathogen system in which the interaction between pollen and pathogen dispersal is likely to be important is anther smut disease, which occurs in the Caryophyllaceae, Dipsacaceae, Liliaceae, and Portulacaceae (Thrall et al.