Papilionoideae


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Noun1.Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
rosid dicot family - a family of dicotyledonous plants
Fabaceae, family Fabaceae, family Leguminosae, legume family, Leguminosae, pea family - a large family of trees, shrubs, vines, and herbs bearing bean pods; divided for convenience into the subfamilies Caesalpiniaceae; Mimosaceae; Papilionaceae
genus Amorpha - American herbs or shrubs usually growing in dry sunny habitats on prairies and hillsides
Amphicarpa, Amphicarpaea, genus Amphicarpa, genus Amphicarpaea - very small genus of twining vines of North America and Asia: hog peanut
Anagyris, genus Anagyris - very small genus of shrubs of southern Europe having backward curving seed pods
Andira, genus Andira - small genus of evergreen trees of tropical America and western Africa
Anthyllis, genus Anthyllis - genus of Mediterranean herbs and shrubs
Apios, genus Apios - twining perennial North American plants
Aspalathus, genus Aspalathus - genus of South African heathlike shrubs
Astragalus, genus Astragalus - large genus of annual or perennial herbs or shrubs of north temperate regions; largest genus in the family Leguminosae
Baphia, genus Baphia - small genus of shrubs and lianas and trees of Africa and Madagascar
Baptisia, genus Baptisia - genus of North American plants with showy flowers and an inflated pod
Butea, genus Butea - genus of East Indian trees or shrubs: dhak
Cajanus, genus Cajanus - erect densely branched shrubby perennials of Old World tropics; naturalized in other warm regions
Canavalia, genus Canavalia - herbs or woody vines of mainly American tropics and subtropics
genus Caragana - large genus of Asiatic deciduous shrubs or small trees
Castanospermum, genus Castanospermum - a rosid dicot genus of the subfamily Papilionoideae having one species: Moreton Bay chestnut
Centrosema, genus Centrosema - a genus of chiefly tropical American vines of the family Leguminosae having trifoliate leaves and large flowers
Cercis, genus Cercis - deciduous shrubs and trees of eastern Asia, southern Europe and the United States
Chamaecytisus, genus Chamaecytisus - small late-flowering trees or subshrubs having yellow to red flowers and leathery or woody pods; often especially formerly included in genus Cytisus
Chordospartium, genus Chordospartium - 2 species of small New Zealand trees: weeping tree broom; endangered
Chorizema, genus Chorizema - genus of Australian twining vines and small shrubs: flame peas
Cicer, genus Cicer - chickpea plant; Asiatic herbs
genus Clianthus - genus of semi-prostrate Australasian shrubs or vines
Clitoria, genus Clitoria - genus of tropical shrubs or vines having pinnate leaves and large axillary flowers
Codariocalyx, genus Codariocalyx - used in some classifications for plants usually included in genus Desmodium
Colutea, genus Colutea - small genus of Eurasian shrubs with yellow flowers and bladdery pods
genus Coronilla - genus of Old World shrubs and herbs
genus Crotalaria - large genus of herbs with simple leaves and racemes of yellow flowers; mainly of tropical Africa
Cyamopsis, genus Cyamopsis - small genus of annual usually hairy herbs of tropical Africa and Arabia
Cytisus, genus Cytisus - large genus of stiff or spiny evergreen or deciduous Old World shrubs: broom
broom - any of various shrubs of the genera Cytisus or Genista or Spartium having long slender branches and racemes of yellow flowers
Dalbergia, genus Dalbergia - large genus of tropical trees having pinnate leaves and paniculate flowers and cultivated commercially for their dramatically grained and colored timbers
Dalea, genus Dalea - indigo bush
Daviesia, genus Daviesia - genus of Australasian shrubs and subshrubs having small yellow or purple flowers followed by short triangular pods
genus Derris - genus of Old World tropical shrubs and woody vines
Desmanthus, genus Desmanthus - genus of American herbs or shrubs with sensitive pinnate leaves and small whitish flowers
Desmodium, genus Desmodium - beggarweed; tick trefoil
Dipogon, genus Dipogon - one species: Australian pea
Dolichos, genus Dolichos - genus of chiefly tropical vines often placed in genera Dipogon or Lablab or Macrotyloma
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La familia que presento mayor numero de especies fue Fabaceae, subfamilia Papilionoideae, con cuatro especies, el resto de las familias visitadas por T.
Quanto ao Arachis (Fabaceae, Papilionoideae), ha especies desse genero indicadas para cobertura de solos em culturas perenes com o objetivo de controlar erosoes, competir com as ervas daninhas e fixar nitrogenio atmosferico, alem de servir como forrageira (LIMA et al., 2003).
Fabaceae, present in the Brazilian biodiversity, is considered the third largest family of plants, which has about 19,500 species [1], and it is divided into three subfamilies: Mimosoideae, Caesalpinioideae, and Papilionoideae, and it shows a common feature in almost all fruits and vegetables, known as pods [2].
Tradicionalmente, la familia Leguminosae se ha dividido en tres subfamilias: Caesalpinioideae, Mimosoideae y Papilionoideae (Lewis et al., 2005).
(Papilionoideae), la cual registra una longitud de raiz de 18.7 cm en promedio a los cuatro meses despues del trasplante (Luna-Flores et al., 2012).
FABACEAE Camptosema ellipticum (Desv.) X (Papilionoideae) Burkart Centrosema sagittatum X (Humb.
Erythrina (Leguminosae: Papilionoideae): a versatile genus for agroforestry systems in the tropics.
The biggest subfamily in this family is the Faboideae, or Papilionoideae. Members of this group are easy to identify by their often showy five-part flowers that consist of a banner, keel and wings.
More conflicting criteria are used to define the semidry type, exemplified in species of most tribes of Papilionoideae (see Table 3) and detailed in Trifolium pratense (Heslop-Harrison & Heslop-Harrison, 1983), Vicia faba (Lord & Heslop-Harrison, 1984), Glycine max (Tilton et al., 1984), Erythrina, Macroptilium and Mucuna species (Basso-Alves et al., 2011).
(Fabaceae), which belongs to subfamily Papilionoideae and is endemic to northwestern Turkey.