Geraniaceae


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Related to Geraniaceae: Saxifragaceae, Grossulariaceae, Pelargoniums
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Noun1.Geraniaceae - chiefly herbaceous plants
rosid dicot family - a family of dicotyledonous plants
Geraniales, order Geraniales - an order of plants of subclass Rosidae including geraniums and many other plants; see Euphorbiaceae; Geraniaceae; Rutaceae; Malpighiaceae; Simaroubaceae; Meliaceae; Zygophyllaceae; Tropaeolaceae
geranium - any of numerous plants of the family Geraniaceae
genus Geranium - genus of mostly North American geraniums: cranesbills
genus Pelargonium, Pelargonium - geraniums native chiefly to South Africa; widely cultivated
Erodium, genus Erodium - geraniums of Europe and South America and Australia especially mountainous regions
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Hardseededness is usually associated with members of the Fabaceae, but can also be found in members of many other families, including Convolvulacea, Geraniaceae, Malvaceae, and Solanaceae (Rolston, 1978; Baskin et al.
Pringle X GERANIACEAE (Geranium Family) Geranium carolinianum L.
Entries are in sections on succulent plant species from eight families: mesembryanthemaceae, portulacaceae, crassulaceae, geraniaceae, euphorbiaceae, passifloraceae, apocynaceae, and asphodelaceae.
A pollination guild of at least 20 late spring or early summer-flowering species of Iridaceae, Geraniaceae and Orchidaceae centred on M.
Robin Parer, owner of Geraniaceae nursery in Kentfield (geraniaceae.
Polygonum aviculare Polygonum lapathifolium Fallopia convolvulus Fagopyrum esculentum Fagopyrum esculentum Geraniaceae * Geranium pusillum Erodium cicutarium Erodium cicutarium Rumex acetosa/acetosella t Rumex acetosa Rumex acetosella Rumex sp.
This tenth volume in the series lists the morphology, ecology, and chorology of feral species and subspecies of 31 families of flowering plants in Siberia, from the family Geraniaceae to the family Cornaceae, arranged according to the Engler system.
The confusion arises because both are from the same family Geraniaceae but the hardy one is a splendid, free flowering perennial which is fairly tolerant of most soils and conditions.
This natural isoprenoid--present in the essential oils of diverse aromatic plants--is produced by the flowers but is present in the vegetative tissues from species of the Rosaceae, Poaceae, Lamiaceae, Geraniaceae and Rutaceae families.
Hydrolysable tannins are present in some families of Angiosperms dicotyledons and some families of Fagaceae, Anacardiaceae and Geraniaceae [10].
Geraniaceae exhibit different gradations between polysymmetry and monosymmetry.