Cistaceae


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Noun1.Cistaceae - shrubs or woody herbs of temperate regions especially Mediterranean
dilleniid dicot family - family of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
Hypericales, order Hypericales, order Parietales, Parietales - a large order of dicotyledonous plants of subclass Dilleniidae
Cistus, genus Cistus - small to medium-sized evergreen shrubs of southern Europe and North Africa
genus Helianthemum - widely distributed evergreen or semi-evergreen shrublets; America; Europe and North Africa to Asia Minor and central Asia
genus Hudsonia, Hudsonia - small evergreen subshrubs of North America
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Myrtaceae, Cistaceae, and Lamiaceae), of which one is exclusive (Arecaceae).
Desert trufues have a mycorrhizal association with numerous annual and perennial xerophytic host plants that belongs to the Cistaceae family.
Photosynthesis, energy partitioning, and metabolic adjustments of the endangered Cistaceae species Tuberaria major under high temperature and drought.
The most significant taxa in the sequence (Juniperus, Cistaceae and Neurospora) are represented separately on the same graph.
Effect of fire on hard-coated Cistaceae seed banks and its influence on techniques for quantifying seed banks.
Seven families were represented by only one species; examples include Acantheaceae, Amaranthaceae, Apocynaceae, Cistaceae, and Convolvulaceae.
X CISTACEAE (Rock-Rose Family) Helianthemum bicknellii Fernald X Lechea stricta Legg.
Cistaceae 11 Commicarpus africanus Dandy Nyctaginaceae 12 Commicarpus verticillatus Nyctaginaceae (Poir.
Ocote Pinaceae Quercus laurina * Encino Fagaceae laurelillo Arbusto Ageratina glabratum * Hierba blanca Asteraceae Baccharis conferta * Escobilla, Asteraceae hierba del carbonero Buddleia parviflora * Tepozancillo, Loganiaceae tepozan cimarron, tepozan de cerro, sayolisco Comarostaphylis Huejote Ericaceae Helianthemum glomeratum Juanajuana, Cistaceae cenicilla Lupinus sp.
dominan en la zona de estudio (VALLE GUTIERREZ, 2005), acompanados de elementos propios de etapas de sustitucion, como los elementos arbustivos de las familias Fabaceae, Ericaceae o Cistaceae, o incluso de caracter pteridofitico, con el helecho comun (Pteridium aquilinum [L.