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Noun1.Hyacinthaceae - one of many families or subfamilies in which some classification systems subdivide the Liliaceae but not widely accepted
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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The researchers detailed their testing of naturally occurring homoisoflavonoids which are found in the Hyacinthaceae plant family and their synthetic derivatives.
Scilla genus was transferred to Asparagaceae family from Hyacinthaceae family (Guner et al., 2012).
(#) Hyacinthaceae 295 Drimia maritima (L.) Stearn bsel-ilef, bsel lhellouf 296 Muscari comosum (L.) Mill.
Las familias con mas de 100 especies endemicas en Mexico (Cuadro 1) son Orchidaceae (46.31%), Bromeliaceae (72.5%), Poaceae (26.41%), Agavaceae (80.75%) y Cyperaceae (24.93%), y aquellas con mas de 50% de sus especies endemitas en el pais son Anthericaceae (84.61%), Hyacinthaceae (83.33%), Agavacae (80.75%), Nolinaceae (77.35%), Melanthiaceae (76.47%), Amaryllidaceae (76.54%), Bromeliaceae (72.5%), Iridaceae (69.72%), Dioscoreaceae (66.66%), Alliaceae (63.79%), Hypoxidaceae (60%), Eriocaulaceae (57.14%), Liliaceae (53.84%) y Commelinaceae (54.47%).
(Hyacinthaceae) is native in the Mediterranean area and includes about 50 species and they are garden and ornamental plants [4].
Other cases with stronger monosymmetry are: Sprekelia (Amaryllidaceae), in which, in addition to mere curvature, the perianth is conspicuously monosymmetric (Vochting, 1886); Haworthia and Chortolirion (Asphodelaceae) with bilabiate perianth (Smith & Van Wyk, 1998); Daubenya with three enlarged petals in basal flowers of the inflorescence, and Lachenalia (Hyacinthaceae) with a bilabiate perianth (Speta, 1998); Melasphaerula, Sparaxis, Chasmanthe and perhaps other Iridaceae-Ixioideae with bilabiate or otherwise monosymmetric perianth (Vogel, 1954; Goldblatt et al., 1998); Conanthera, Cyanella, Tecophilaea (Tecophilaeaceae) with strongly monosymmetric androecium (Simpson & Rudall, 1998).
Some genera on this list have mitigating conditions, such as succulence, that permit them to function as "temporary mesophytes" (e.g., many orchids; Hyacinthaceae).
Turner 21186 * Hyacinthaceae Hemiphylacus hintoniorum L.
Phylogenetics of Hyacinthaceae based on plastid DNA sequences.