Froelichia


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Noun1.Froelichia - genus of erect or procumbent herbs of the Americas having spikes of woolly white flowers: cottonweed
caryophylloid dicot genus - genus of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers
amaranth family, Amaranthaceae, family Amaranthaceae - cosmopolitan family of herbs and shrubs
cottonweed - any of various plants of the genus Froelichia found in sandy soils and on rocky slopes in warmer regions of America; grown for their spikes of woolly white flowers
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Nos, autores do artigo intitulado "Intoxicacao experimental por Froelichia humboldtiana em equinos", declaramos, para os devidos fins, que o projeto que deu origem aos dados deste trabalho nao foi submetido para avaliacao ao Comite de Etica da Universidade Federal de Campina Grande, mas estamos cientes do conteudo das resolucoes do Conselho Nacional de Controle de Experimentacao Animal--CONCEA <http://www.
I crithmifolium Hierba Lucilia acutifolia I Hierba Calibrachoa (=Petunia) thymifolia Hierba Polygala bonariensis Hierba Porophyllum lanceolatum I Hierba Schlechtendalia luzulaefolia I Pasto Aristida venustula I Pasto Elionurus muticus I I Pasto Trachypogon spicatus II GRUPO H10 Hierba Acicarpha tribuloides I Hierba Cardionema rosetta Hierba Froelichia tomentosa Hierba Lepidium auriculatum Hierba Monnina resedoides I Hierba Oenothera longiflora Pasto Gymnopogon spicatus Pasto Paspalum nicorae I Pasto Vulpia australis GRUPO H11 Hierba Chamaecrista rotundifolia I Hierba Croton glandulosus Hierba Gamochaeta falcata I Hierba Portulaca grandiflora I Hierba Stevia entreriensis Suculenta Opuntia sp.
6), along with the annuals Froelichia floridana, Conyza canadensis, Crotonopsis linearis, Chamaecrista fasciculata, and young individuals of the perennial sedge Cyperus schweinitzii, all with importance values between 7.
in some species of Charpentiera and Froelichia (Townsend, 1993; Borsch and Pedersen, 1997; Sanchez-del Pino & Flores Olivera, 2006), two or more branches arise per leaf at each node, which may lead to consider the possibility of branches developing from accessory buds (Hebanthe, Fig.