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Related to Araliaceae: Balsaminaceae, ginseng, Schefflera
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Noun1.Araliaceae - mostly tropical trees and shrubs and lianas: genera Panax and HederaAraliaceae - mostly tropical trees and shrubs and lianas: genera Panax and Hedera
rosid dicot family - a family of dicotyledonous plants
genus Aralia - type genus of Araliaceae; large widely distributed genus of shrubs and trees and vines: spikenard; Hercules'-club
genus Hedera, Hedera - Old World woody vines
genus Meryta, Meryta - small to medium evergreen dioecious trees of oceanic climates: puka
genus Panax, Panax - perennial herbs of eastern North America and Asia having aromatic tuberous roots: ginseng
genus Schefflera, Schefflera - large genus of shrubby and climbing tropical plants having showy digitately compound foliage
order Umbellales, Umbellales - plants having umbels or corymbs of uniovulate flowers; includes the Umbelliferae (chiefly herbs) and Cornaceae (chiefly trees or shrubs)
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Host Family Host Species Common Name Apocynaceae Calotropis gigantean (2) giant milkweed Araliaceae Polyscias guifoylei (2) frosted aralia Boraginaceae Cordia globosa (2) bloodberry Oleaceae Forestiera segregata (1) Florida swamp privet Verbenaceae Lantana involucrata (1) buttonsage Rubiaceae Hamelia patens (2) firebush Rubiaceae Pentas lanceolta (2) star flower Verbenaceae Stachytarpheta jamaicensis (2) blue porterweed Verbenaceae Aloysia gratissima (2) whitebrush Host Family Adult Nymphs Eggs FSCA No.
Such rays can serve as massive conduits for photosynthates in solution that are required for the flushing habit characteristic of Araliaceae (the upright adult shoots of Hedera show this much more clearly than the sprawling juvenile shoots).
We assessed whether the reproductive phenology of two Neotropical savanna (Brazilian cerrado) shrub species, Miconia albicans (SW) Steud (Melastomataceae) and Schefflera vinosa (Cham & Schltdl.) Frodin & Fiaschi (Araliaceae), was affected by a dry-season fire that occurred one year before the beginning of study.
Naphtolic derivatives including torachrysone 8-O-[beta]-D-glucopyranoside (2) have been identified in the Polygonaceae [3, 8-12] and other families such as Fabaceae, Rhamnaceae, Araliaceae, and Euphorbiaceae [13-16].