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Noun1.Boraginaceae - a widely distributed family of plants distinguished by circinate flowers and nutlike fruit
plant family - a family of plants
order Polemoniales, Polemoniales - Polemoniaceae; Solanaceae; Boraginaceae; Labiatae; Lentibulariaceae; Pedaliaceae; in some classifications includes the order Scrophulariales
Borago, genus Borago - perennial herbs of the Mediterranean region
Amsinckia, genus Amsinckia - rough annual herbs of Europe and the Americas: fiddlenecks
genus Anchusa - rough and hairy Old World herbs
Cordia, genus Cordia - tropical deciduous or evergreen trees or shrubs of the family Boraginaceae
Cynoglossum, genus Cynoglossum - a large genus of tall rough herbs belonging to the family Boraginaceae
Echium, genus Echium - a genus of bristly herbs and shrubs of the family Boraginaceae
genus Hackelia, genus Lappula, Hackelia, Lappula - stickweed; beggar's lice
genus Lithospermum, Lithospermum - annual or perennial herbaceous or shrubby plants; cosmopolitan except Australia
genus Mertensia, Mertensia - a genus of herbs belonging to the family Boraginaceae that grow in temperate regions and have blue or purple flowers shaped like funnels
genus Myosotis, Myosotis - forget-me-nots; scorpion grass
genus Onosmodium, Onosmodium - a genus of North American perennial herbs of the family Boraginaceae
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La familia con mayor riqueza fue Fabaceae (32 especies), seguida por Rubiaceae (11), Euphorbiaceae, Myrtaceae, Sapotaceae (8), Boraginaceae (7), Apocynaceae y Moraceae (6), que en conjunto aportan mas del 50 % de la riqueza total (Fig.
This species, which belongs to the family Boraginaceae, is endemic to the Caatinga biome and can be found mainly in the brazilian states Piaui, Ceara, Paraiba, Pernambuco, and Bahia (Melo, 2015).
The species of this subfamily feed on leaves and are associated with the Boraginaceae, Bignoniaceae, Asteraceae, Convolvulaceae and Solanaceae families, and also associated with other no host plants (Boldt and Staines, 1993; Buzzi, 1988; Virkki et al., 1992).
Habitat: An annual member of the Boraginaceae family which grows to about 70cm in quite well drained soil and favours a sunny position.
They were followed by Amaranthaceae with (7 spp.), Euphorbiaceae with (6 spp.), Boraginaceae with (5 spp.), Brassicaceae, Mimosaceae and Zygopyllaceae with (4 spp.) each, Solanaceae with (3 spp.).
It is a member of the borage and forget-me-not family (Boraginaceae) and will happily grow on most soil types, needing little fuss or maintenance.
Celemli and Sorkun (2012) analyzed the pollen spectra of 92 propolis samples collected from Tekirdag and reported that the frequently observed pollen grains belonged to the Asteraceae, Boraginaceae, Brassicaceae, Fabaceae, and Salicaceae families.
Boraginaceae is a large family about 100 genera and 2000 species.