Asparagaceae


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Noun1.Asparagaceae - one of many families or subfamilies into which some classification systems subdivide the Liliaceae: includes genera Asparagus and sometimes RuscusAsparagaceae - one of many families or subfamilies into which some classification systems subdivide the Liliaceae: includes genera Asparagus and sometimes Ruscus
liliid monocot family - family of monocotyledonous plants of the subclass Liliidae; mostly herbs usually with petaloid sepals and petals and compound pistils
family Liliaceae, Liliaceae, lily family - includes species sometimes divided among the following families: Alliaceae; Aloeaceae; Alstroemeriaceae; Aphyllanthaceae; Asparagaceae; Asphodelaceae; Colchicaceae; Convallariaceae; Hemerocallidaceae; Hostaceae; Hyacinthaceae; Melanthiaceae; Ruscaceae; Smilacaceae; Tecophilaeacea; Xanthorrhoeaceae
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is a perennial vegetable, which in the past was classified under the family Liliacea, while at present it comes under the Asparagaceae family.
Among these, Rosaceae with 10 species was dominant family followed by Asteraceae and Lamiaceae with 7 species each, Araceae and Polygonaceae 3 species each, Amaranthaceae 2 species and Anacardiaceae, Apiaceae, Asparagaceae Berberidaceae, Convolvulaceae and Lamiaceae were represented by one species each (Table 1 and Table 3).
Effects of weed cover composition on insect pest and natural enemy abundance in a field of Dracaena marginata (Asparagales: Asparagaceae) in Costa Rica.
(2015) Ambos sexos de Scyphophorus acupunctatus (Coleoptera: Dryophthoridae) pueden iniciar la colonizacion de la planta de agave (Asparagaceae).
While another four families (Asparagaceae, Escalloniaceae, Convolvulaceae and Berberidaceae) have not yet been recorded for the Bolivian flora at similar altitudes
Weber, family Asparagaceae) is a succulent plant grown in Mexico for the extraction of tequila liquor from its stem; in this process sisal fibers or agave fibers (AF) (bagasse) are generated as aby-product [15].
Hanson et al., "Wild and agronomically important Agave species (Asparagaceae) show proportional increases in chromosome number, genome size, and genetic markers with increasing ploidy," Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, vol.
Promising insecticidal activities were recorded for EOs extracted from Laggera pterodonta (Asteraceae) ([LD.sub.50] = 28.53 [micro]g/adult) [32], Liriope muscari (Asparagaceae) ([LD.sub.50] = 21.37 [micro]g/[cm.sup.2]) [33], and Dictamnus dasycarpus (Rutaceae) ([LD.sub.50] = 27.2 [micro]g/[cm.sup.2]) [34] used as contact insecticide.
of % species genera Acanthaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Aquifoliaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Araliaceae 3 6.82 2 5 Asparagaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Asteraceae 2 4.55 1 2.5 Celastraceae 2 4.55 1 2.5 Dracaenaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Ericaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Euphorbiaceae 3 6.82 3 7.5 Fabaceae 2 4.55 2 5 Icacinaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Lobeliaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Meliaceae 2 4.55 2 5 Melianthaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Moraceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Myrsinaceae 4 9.09 3 7.5 Myrtaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Oliniaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Phytolaccaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Pittosporaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Rosaceae 2 4.55 2 5 Rubiaceae 4 9.09 4 10 Sapindaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Solanaceae 2 4.55 2 5 Sterculiaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Tiliaceae 1 2.27 1 2.5 Urticacea 1 2.27 1 2.5 Table 2: The top 6 plant species with the highest mean cover-abundance value in community type 1.
Mayasil otu (ISTE 109561) Asparagaceae Polygonatum orientale Desf.