Hypericaceae


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Related to Hypericaceae: Papaveraceae, Scrophulariaceae, Verbenaceae
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Noun1.Hypericaceae - used in some classification systems for plants usually included among the Guttiferae
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
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In this sampling, Poaceae (nine species), Melastomataceae (nine species), Hypericaceae (nine species), Rubiaceae (six species), Myrtaceae (four species), Asteraceae (eight species) and Fabaceae (three species) were the main families.
Hypericum Hypericaceae Kantaron, Kucuk Kantaron cerastoides (Spach) N.
anastomosans, especies para las cuales no se logro la estandarizacion de la prueba; se recomienda ampliar los estudios hasta identificar los mejores condiciones de la prueba ya que estas especies pertenecen a las familias Hypericaceae y Ericaceae muy bien representadas en ecosistemas altoandinos (Galindo-T et al.
Hypericum oblongifolium is a flowering plant in the Hypericaceae family, which comprises 9 genera and 540 species.
(Hypericaceae) extracts activates multiple neurotransmitter systems and produces both preclinical and clinical antidepressant effects [110-112].
(HYP), known as St John's wort, is a plant belonging to the family of Hypericaceae. Flowering aerial parts are used in many countries for their antidepressant activity, mostly ascribed to the active principles hyperforin, hypericin, and pseudohypericin [18, 57].
Clusia (Clusiaceae); Vismia (Hypericaceae); Freziera (Theaceae); Cordia (Borraginaceae); Weinmannia (Cunoniaceae); Nectandra (Lauraceae); Quercus (Fagaceae); Clethra (Clethraceae); Saurauia (Actinidaceae); Toxicodendron (Rutaceae); Brunellia (Brunelliaceae); Alsophila (Filices).
Batyle ignicollis australis and Scaphinus muticus (F.), which both can develop within Pinus species, and within herbaceous Bidens species (Asterales: Asteraceae) and Hypericum species (Malpighiales: Hypericaceae), have been collected from southern Mississippi and Alabama (Schiefer 1998; Holt 2013).