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Related to Salicaceae: willow family
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Noun1.Salicaceae - two genera of trees or shrubs having hairy catkins: Salix; Populus
hamamelid dicot family - family of mostly woody dicotyledonous flowering plants with flowers often unisexual and often borne in catkins
order Salicales, Salicales - coextensive with the family Salicaceae
genus Salix, Salix - a large and widespread genus varying in size from small shrubs to large trees: willows
genus Populus, Populus - a genus of trees of the family Salicaceae that is found in the northern hemisphere; poplars
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X SALICACEAE (Willow or Poplar Family) Populus deltoides Bartr.
Salicaceae 9380 [+ or -] 50 Beta 253739 Twig, tamarix 9660 [+ or -] 70 Beta 253738 Twig, tamarix 9950 [+ or -] 70 Calibrated Lab no.
visco 1 Fabaceae Allophylus edulis 21 Sapindaceae Celtis spinosa 1 Celtidaceae Condalia buxifolia 3 Rhamnaceae Enterolobium contortisiliquum 1 Fabaceae Eugenia uniflora 1 Myrtaceae Gleditsia amorphoides 2 Fabaceae Nectandra pichurim 1 Lauraceae Pogonopus tubulosus 1 Rubiaceae Sambucus peruviana 2 Adoxaceae Scutia buxifolia 5 Rhamnaceae Sideroxylon obtusifolium 1 Sapotaceae Urera caracasana 2 Urticaceae Vassobia breviilora 1 Solanaceae Xylosma pubescens 1 Salicaceae Unidentified bromeliad 9 Bromeliaceae Unidentified fern 1 Unidentified moss 2 Unidentified Myrtaceae 2 Myrtaceae Unidentified vine 4 Total 65 TABLE 2.
1993), it is more obvious and easier to detect in hardwood shrubs and trees such as the Salicaceae (poplars and willows), Ulmaceae (elms), and Betulaceae (birches, alders, and hazels) - all of which we use for demonstration purposes in our class.
As familias com maior numero de especies foram Myrtaceae (14 especies), Lauraceae (nove), Fabaceae e Rubiaceae (oito), Euphorbiaceae e Melastomataceae (cinco), Salicaceae (quatro), Meliaceae, Moraceae, Sapindaceae e Verbenaceae (tres), perfazendo um total de 60,7% das especies amostradas no levantamento
Belongs to the Salicaceae plant family and contains flavanoids (tonic effect) and phenolic acids (astringent, antiseptic properties), as well as the active principal salicylic acid (anti-inflammatory).
Birches and many other deciduous species (especially in the Betulaceae, Salicaceae, and Rosaceae) produce two types of shots, termed "long" and "short" for obvious reasons.
An example of this variety can be seen from those isolated from the leaves of the family Salicaceae.