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Zanthoxylum capense, of the Rutaceae
family, has long been used as a traditional medicine in Africa to treat a variety of conditions including colds, flu and tuberculosis.
A Myristicaceae Fruta dorada Zanthoxylum ekmanii Rutaceae
Lagartillo amarillo Cupania rufescens Sapindaceae / Paullinia ingifolia Sapindaceae / Pouteria torta Sapotaceae Sapotillo Luehea seemannii Tiliaceae Guacimo Colorado
is a large family, comprised about 150 genera and 1200 species distributed in the world [7, 44].
2005) related that coumarinic compounds with the highest binding affinity, such as chapelin, isolated from Rutaceae
species promoted the inhibition of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH).
The Punjab Agriculture department sources told on Thursday that Lemon belonged to Rutaceae
family and Kaghzi Lemon which was one of the important varieties of citrus fruit.
Genus Family Order 1 Paulownia Bignoniaceae, Paulowniaceae Lamiales 2 Hymenosporum Pittosporaceae Apiales 3 Cotyledon Crassulaceae Saxifragales 4 Hebe Scrophulariaceae, Plantaginaceae Lamiales 5 Prunus Rosaceae, Amygdalaceae Rosales 6 Hypericum Clusiaceae, Hypericaceae Malpighiales 7 Kunzea Myrtaceae Myrtales 8 Primula Primulaceae Ericales 9 Citrus Rutaceae
Sapindales 10 Eremophila Myoporaceae, Scrophulariaceae Lamiales 11 Nicotiana Solanaceae Solanales 12 Gossypium Malvaceae Malvales Genus Floral Formula 1 Paulownia [up arrow] K(5) [?
The genus citrus belongs to the family Rutaceae
and sub-family Aurantioideae.
Citrus is a common term for the family Rutaceae
, natives of tropical and subtropical Asia.
Call it the Florida family tree: Rutaceae
citruses, many of which originated in Southeast Asia, are now indelibly linked to the Sunshine State.
belongs to family Rutaceae
, and is commonly known as Orange jasmine or China box.
The most common allergens causing phytophotodermatitis belong to the following plant families: Umbelliferae (celery, parsley, parsnips), Rutaceae
(limes, lemons), and Moraceae (figs) (4).