Plantae


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Plan•tae

(ˈplæn ti)

n. (used with a pl. v.)
the taxonomic kingdom comprising all plants.
[< New Latin, Latin: pl. of planta plant]
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Noun1.Plantae - (botany) the taxonomic kingdom comprising all living or extinct plantsPlantae - (botany) the taxonomic kingdom comprising all living or extinct plants
plant life, flora, plant - (botany) a living organism lacking the power of locomotion
phytology, botany - the branch of biology that studies plants
kingdom - the highest taxonomic group into which organisms are grouped; one of five biological categories: Monera or Protoctista or Plantae or Fungi or Animalia
Thallophyta - used only in former classifications: comprising what is now considered a heterogeneous assemblage of flowerless and seedless organisms: algae; bacteria; fungi; lichens
division Tracheophyta, Tracheophyta - in former classifications: comprising plants with a vascular system including ferns and fern allies as well as seed plants
plant order - the order of plants
Bryophyta, division Bryophyta - a division of nonflowering plants characterized by rhizoids rather than true roots and having little or no organized vascular tissue and showing alternation of generations between gamete-bearing forms and spore-bearing forms; comprises true mosses (Bryopsida) and liverworts (Hepaticopsida) and hornworts (Anthoceropsida)
division Pteridophyta, Pteridophyta - containing all the vascular plants that do not bear seeds: ferns, horsetails, club mosses, and whisk ferns; in some classifications considered a subdivision of Tracheophyta
division Spermatophyta, Spermatophyta - seed plants; comprises the Angiospermae (or Magnoliophyta) and Gymnospermae (or Gymnospermophyta); in some classification systems Spermatophyta is coordinate with Pteridophyta (spore producing plants having vascular tissue and roots) and Bryophyta (spore producing plants lacking vascular tissue and roots)
Phanerogamae - in former classification systems: one of two major plant divisions, including all seed-bearing plants; superseded by the division Spermatophyta
Cryptogamia - in former classification systems: one of two major plant divisions, including all plants that do not bear seeds: ferns, mosses, algae, fungi
plant family - a family of plants
plant genus - a genus of plants
Lycophyta - used in some classifications for the class Lycopsida: club mosses
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They have been considered as a primitive type of plant from shallow waters (Manivannan, Thirumaran, Karthikai, Anantharaman, & Balasubramanian, 2009), due to their similitudes with terrestrial vegetation; however, there are several differences that separate them from the Plantae kingdom and incorporate them into the Protista kingdom (Radulovich, Umanzor, & Cabrera, 2013).
(19, 20) The phylogenetic analysis of NDPK-containing proteins from four kingdoms, namely Plantae, Opisthokonta, Amoebozoa, and Chromista, revealed two large classes of NDPKs: Classes I and II (Fig.
Globins or globin-like genes have been described in all kingdoms, including Archeobacteria, Protozoa, and Plantae (Weber and Vinogradov, 2001), and probably in all tissues of higher animals (Burmester et al., 2002; Trent and Hargrove, 2002).
Kingdom Plantae Phylum Rhodophyta Class Florideophyceae Order Cermiales Family Rhodomelaceae Odonthaliafloccosa (Esper) Falkenberg
(14) The names of these Floras are (I am including here only the illustrated ones; there were also a large number that were unillustrated): William Roxburgh, Plants of the Coast of Coromandel (1795-1819); Nathaniel Wallich, Plantae Asiaticae Rariores, Descriptions and Figures of a Select Number of Unpublished East Indian Plants (1830-32); Robert Wight, Icones Plantarum Indiae Orientalis (1840-53); and Illustrations of Indian Botany (1840-50).
O sistema imunologico, alem de contribuir a manter a homeostase quimica no sistema, o protege contra produtos nao proprios (non-self), sendo ele organico ou inorganico, toxico ou atoxico, unicelular ou pluricelular, Fungi, Plantae, dentre outros.
vulgaris (also known as beet) is a plant belonging to the Amaranthaceae family (formerly placed in Chenopodiaceae), Plantae kingdom.
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In this context, galactomannans are the second largest group of storage polysaccharides in the kingdom plantae [2].
Ce taxon est caracterise systematiquement comme suit: Regne: Plantae, Sous-regne: Tracheobionta, Embranchement: Spermatophytes, Sous Embranchement: Angiospermes, Division: Magnoliophyta, Classe: Magnoliopsida, Sous-classe: Caryophyllidae, Ordre: Caryophyllales, Famille: Amaranthaceae, Genre: Hammada, Espece: Hammada scoparia (Pomel) Iljin.