Also Apiaceae, Rosaceae, Compositae, Rumex, Filipendula, Chenopodiaceae
, Caryophyllaceae, Plantago, Cyperaceae, Trifolium, and Galium pollen is found.
Neither the Cruciferae, which includes cabbage, broccoli, canola and the weeds wild radish and wild mustard, nor the Chenopodiaceae
, which includes beets, chard, spinach and the weed lamb's quarters, are hosts.
Although [delta]5 unsaturated fatty acids are found in low concentrations in some Chenopodiaceae
(Kleiman et al., 1972), meadowfoam is the richest known source of [delta]5 unsaturated fatty acids, and is presently the sole commercial source of [delta]5 unsaturated VLCs (Knapp and Crane, 1999).
Family Species Nightshade (Solanaceae) tomato, potato, tobacco, eggplant, petunia Composite (Compositae) lettuce, chicory, sunflower, marigold Gourd (Cucurbitaceae) cucumber, squash, watermelon, pumpkins, melons, cantaloupe Carrot (Umbelliferae) parsley, carrots, celery, parsnips Pea (Leguminosae) peas, alfalfa, clover, soybeans, beans, peanuts Lily (Liliaceae) onions, asparagus Goosefoot (Chenopodiaceae
) spinach, chard, beet Grass (Gramineae) corn, bamboo, wheat, rice, barley, rye, oats, lawn grass Mustard (Cruciferae) broccoli, cabbage, turnip, brussels sprouts, rutabaga, kohlrabi, kale, cauliflower, collards Mallow (Malvaceae) okra Read more GARDENING articles at www.motherearthnews.com
Much of central and southern Europe remained unglaciated and although the predominate vegetation was steppe-like communities including grasses, Artemisia, and Chenopodiaceae
, there were also a number of coniferous and deciduous trees in refugia (Bennett et al.