Phytolaccaceae


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Noun1.Phytolaccaceae - chiefly tropical herbaceous plants (including shrubs and trees) with racemose flowers: genera Phytolacca, Agdestis, Ercilla, Rivina, Trichostigma
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
genus Phytolacca, Phytolacca - type genus of Phytolaccaceae: pokeweed
Agdestis, genus Agdestis - a genus with one species that is a rapidly growing climbing vine with tuberous roots; grown in hot climates
Ercilla, genus Ercilla - a genus of evergreen climbers
genus Rivina, Rivina - small genus of erect perennial shrubby herbs; tropical and subtropical America
genus Trichostigma, Trichostigma - a genus of erect or climbing shrubs found in tropical South America
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Habitat: A perennial member of the Phytolaccaceae, growing up to 4m in rich, light soils in Europe and North America.
Villars Phytolaccaceae Phytolacca acinosa Roxburgh 2 Polygonaccac Fagopyrum esculentum Moench 9 F.
Arbustivo; Bromeliaceae de 1 m de altura, Cystopteridaceae y Phytolaccaceae de 1-150 m de altura.
The families most commonly observed at the site were: Annonaceae, Apiaceae, Araliaceae, Asteraceae, Arecaceae, Blechnaceae, Cyperaceae, Ephedraceae, Eriocaulaceae, Lauraceae, Malvaceae, Melastomataceae, Fabaceae, Moraceae, Myrsinaceae, Myrtaceae, Onagraceae, Orchidaceae, Phytolaccaceae, Poaceae, Polygonaceae, Pontederiaceae, Rubiaceae, Typhaceae, and Verbenaceae.
Ownbey [White Prickly-poppy] Phytolaccaceae Rivina humilis L.
Phytolaccaceae Phytolacca bogotensis Kunth Na-Ar H Phytolaccaceae Phytolacca sp.
Onagraceae Fuchsia paniculata Phytolaccaceae Phytolacca rugosa Piperaceae Piper sp.
belonging to the family phytolaccaceae, is still controversial regarding its consumption and efficacy.
pertencente a familia Phytolaccaceae, uma vez que ocorre naturalmente em varios estados brasileiros, desde o Estado do Ceara ate o Parana (CARVALHO 1994).
Actualmente se sabe que estas formas de crecimiento se presentan en alrededor de 20 familias de dicotiledoneas (Metcalfe y Chalk, 1950), llegando a ser frecuentes en grupos como las Amaranthaceae (Rajput, 2001, 2002), Chenopodiaceae (Fahn y Zimmermann, 1982), Convolvulaceae (Carlquist y Hanson, 1991), Nyctaginaceae (Carlquist, 2004), Phytolaccaceae (Horak, 1981), entre otras.