Rutaceae


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Related to Rutaceae: Fabaceae, Solanaceae
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Noun1.Rutaceae - a family of dicotyledonous plants of order Geraniales; have flowers that are divide into four or five parts and usually have a strong scent
rosid dicot family - a family of dicotyledonous plants
Geraniales, order Geraniales - an order of plants of subclass Rosidae including geraniums and many other plants; see Euphorbiaceae; Geraniaceae; Rutaceae; Malpighiaceae; Simaroubaceae; Meliaceae; Zygophyllaceae; Tropaeolaceae
genus Ruta, Ruta - type genus of the Rutaceae; strong-scented Eurasian herbs
genus Citrus - orange; lemon; lime; etc.
Citroncirus, genus Citroncirus - a cross between Citrus sinensis and Poncirus trifoliata
Dictamnus, genus Dictamnus - a dicotyledonous genus of the family Rutaceae
Fortunella, genus Fortunella - small genus of shrubs native to south China producing small ovoid fruits resembling oranges: includes kumquats
genus Phellodendron, Phellodendron - small genus of aromatic deciduous trees of east Asia often having thick corky bark
genus Poncirus, Poncirus - one species: trifoliate orange
genus Zanthoxylum, Zanthoxylum - deciduous or evergreen trees or shrubs: prickly ash
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albopictus, therefore, this intervention for public authorities (Silva et al., 2003) to use plant products (Rutaceae) will provide ideal approach in public health management especially mosquito control.
articulatum Engler (Rutaceae) were collected in Crato county, Ceara State, Brazil.
'Buchu'- Agathosma betulina and Agathosma crenulata (Rutaceae): A review.
calodendri (Moran, 1968), which is associated with Cape Chestnut (Calodendrum capense, Rutaceae).
The families best represented were Lamiaceae and Rutaceae, with two species each.
(Rutaceae), <<ruda>>, fue introducido en America despues de la conquista espanola (Zeichen et al, 2000).
Call it the Florida family tree: Rutaceae citruses, many of which originated in Southeast Asia, are now indelibly linked to the Sunshine State.
Using high-pressure liquid chromatography, USDA-ARS researchers examined the phenolic compounds in leaf, flavedo, albedo and juice vesicle tissues of 35 species of citrus (Rutaceae).