Rhamnaceae


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Related to Rhamnaceae: Rhamnales
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Noun1.Rhamnaceae - trees and shrubs usually thorny bearing drupaceous fruit many having medicinal value
dicot family, magnoliopsid family - family of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
order Rhamnales, Rhamnales - an order of dicotyledonous plants
genus Rhamnus, Rhamnus - type genus of the Rhamnaceae: buckthorns
Colubrina, genus Colubrina - mostly tropical American shrubs or small trees with small yellowish flowers and yellow or red fruits
genus Ziziphus, Ziziphus - spiny chiefly tropical American and Asiatic shrubs: jujubes
genus Paliurus, Paliurus - thorny Eurasian shrubs
genus Pomaderris, Pomaderris - a genus of Australasian shrubs and trees
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References in periodicals archive ?
Rhamnaceae Karwinskia humboldtiana Fabaceae Prosopis laevigata (Willd.) M.C.
As familias com maior riqueza foram Fabaceae (8 spp.) e Euphorbiaceae (4 spp.), e a que teve menor riqueza foi Apocynaceae, Burseraceae, Malvaceae, Rhamnaceae, Olacaceae, estas com apenas uma especie.
halys sentinel egg masses deployed in cultivated peach, mulberry (Morus alba L.; Moraceae), and jujube (Ziziphus jujuba Mill.; Rhamnaceae) trees (Zhang et al.
Apocyanaceae, Lamiaceae, Liliaceae, Polygonaceae, Palmaceae and Rhamnaceae with (2 spp.) each.
Habitat: A deciduous shrub of the Rhamnaceae family growing to about 3m in moist soil along watercourses in Europe and North America.
Fagaceae Mese, Meyral robur Rhamnus Rhamnaceae Kordiken lycioides L.
(Plumbaginaceae), commonly known as "Bela Emilia", Hovenia dulcis Thunb (Rhamnaceae), commonly known as "Uva do Japao", Malpighia glabra L.
Naphtolic derivatives including torachrysone 8-O-[beta]-D-glucopyranoside (2) have been identified in the Polygonaceae [3, 8-12] and other families such as Fabaceae, Rhamnaceae, Araliaceae, and Euphorbiaceae [13-16].