Oleaceae


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Related to Oleaceae: Onagraceae, Rosaceae, Amaranthaceae
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Noun1.Oleaceae - trees and shrubs having berries or drupes or capsules as fruits; sometimes placed in the order Oleales: olive; ash; jasmine; privet; lilac
dicot family, magnoliopsid family - family of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
Gentianales, order Gentianales - an order of dicotyledonous plants having gamopetalous flowers; Gentianaceae; Apocynaceae; Asclepiadaceae; Loganiaceae; Oleaceae; Salvadoraceae
genus Olea, Olea - evergreen trees and shrubs having oily one-seeded fruits
Chionanthus, genus Chionanthus - deciduous trees or shrubs: fringe tree
genus Forestiera - genus of often spiny American shrubs and trees
genus Forsythia - forsythia
genus Jasminum, Jasminum - shrubs and woody climbers mostly of tropical and temperate Old World: jasmine; jessamine
genus Ligustrum, Ligustrum - genus of Old World shrubs: privet
genus Osmanthus, Osmanthus - widely distributed genus of evergreen shrubs or trees of southern United States and Middle East and China and Japan
genus Phillyrea, Phillyrea - small genus of evergreen shrubs of the Mediterranean region
genus Syringa, Syringa - genus of Old World shrubs or low trees having fragrant flowers in showy panicles: lilacs
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These sites consist of strand swamps and sloughs dominated by bald cypress (Taxodium distichum [L.] Rich.; Pinales: Cupressaceae), pop ash (Fraxinus caroliniana Mill.; Lamiales: Oleaceae), and pond apple (Annona glabra L.; Magnoliales: Annonaceae) that serve as host trees for the epiphytic orchids.
Our field experiment was conducted in a natural stand of green ash, Fraxinus pennsylvanica Marshall (Oleaceae), in the summer of 2012 at 1 site in northwest Charles County, Maryland.
communis Labiatae Menthahaplocalyx 44.17 [+ or -] 0.62 Perillafrutescens 28.37 [+ or -] 5.85 Solenostemonscutellarioides 52.91 [+ or -] 5.50 Salvia splendens 67.56 [+ or -] 6.52 Malvaceae Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 55.64 [+ or -] 0.78 Moraceae Morus alba 77.66 [+ or -] 6.38 Ficus virens -- Oleaceae Jasminumsambac 32.49 [+ or -] 5.07 Solanaceae Capsicum annuum 33.88 [+ or -] 5.97 Daturastramonium 66.18 [+ or -] 3.87 Lyciumchinense 25.59 [+ or -] 0.07 Lycospersicumesculentum 44.49 [+ or -] 3.56 Solanum melongena 46.13 [+ or -] 2.94 Umbelliferae Apiumgraveolens var.
They were fed green bean pods of Phaseolus vulgaris L.; peanuts, arachis hypogaea L.; soybean, Glycine max (L.) Merrill; and sunflower, Helianthus annus L., seeds and mature fruits (berries) of privet, Ligustrum lucidum Aiton (Lamiales: Oleaceae).
The olive leaf moth, Palpita unionalis (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae: Pyraustinae) was a secondary pest of olive (Oleae europea L.; Lamiales: Oleaceae) cultivars but now it is considered as a primary pest in olive nurseries or irrigated young olive plantations.
Egg masses on corn leaves contained more eggs than those on citrus stems or on glossy privet bush, Ligustrum lucidum (Oleaceae), leaves (Table 2).
(4) Oleaceae (Olive Family) Forestiera segregata (Jacq.) Krug.
However, Anacardiaceae species Pistacia weinmannifolia, and Lauraceae species Neolitsea homilantha, as well as Oleaceae species Olea yunnanensis are also abundant on limestone.
###***Centaurea, Cousinia, Chiccorium inthybus, Salvia Alyssum, Brassica rapa, Oleaceae,
Arbustivas Fabaceae Acacia berlandieri Fabaceae Acacia rigidula Fabaceae Eisenhardtia texana Oleaceae Fraxinus greggii Asteraceae Gochnatia hypoleuca (DC.) A.Gray Fabaceae Mimosa malacophylla Anacardiaceae Rhus microphylla Engelm.
Cuttings were collected from the green belt of Zhejiang University (120.1200[degrees]E, 30.1600[degrees]N), Hang-zhou, People's Republic of China, from May to Jul 2016, and consisted of 6 flowering plants: Ligustrum quihoui Carriere (Oleaceae), Abelia grandiflora (Rovelli ex Andre) Rehder (Caprifoliaceae), Pittosporum to-bira (Murray) Aiton fil.
The most commonly studied trees were 8 reports on White or European Ash (Fraxinus Americana and excelsior); 5 reports on Sycamore (Platanus orientalis); 4 reports on Birch (Betula betulaceae), Oak (Quercus robur), and Pinus (Pinus pinaceae); 3 reports on Elam (Ulmus ulmaceae) and Olive (Oleaceae); 2 reports on Maple (Acer pseudoplatanus), Willow (Salicaceae), Mesquite (Prosopis julifera), Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus), and Hazel (Alnus serrulata); and 1 report on Weeping willow (Salix babylonica), Beach (Fagaceae), and Cedar (Cupressus sempervirens).