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Noun1.Solanaceae - large and economically important family of herbs or shrubs or trees often strongly scented and sometimes narcotic or poisonousSolanaceae - large and economically important family of herbs or shrubs or trees often strongly scented and sometimes narcotic or poisonous; includes the genera Solanum, Atropa, Brugmansia, Capsicum, Datura, Hyoscyamus, Lycopersicon, Nicotiana, Petunia, Physalis, and Solandra
asterid dicot family - family of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
order Polemoniales, Polemoniales - Polemoniaceae; Solanaceae; Boraginaceae; Labiatae; Lentibulariaceae; Pedaliaceae; in some classifications includes the order Scrophulariales
genus Solanum, Solanum - type genus of the Solanaceae: nightshade; potato; eggplant; bittersweet
Atropa, genus Atropa - belladonna
genus Browallia - small genus of tropical South American annuals
Brunfelsia, genus Brunfelsia - genus of tropical American shrubs grown for their flowers followed by fleshy berrylike fruits
Brugmansia, genus Brugmansia - includes some plants often placed in the genus Datura: angel's trumpets
genus Capsicum, Capsicum - chiefly tropical perennial shrubby plants having many-seeded fruits: sweet and hot peppers
Cestrum, genus Cestrum - genus of fragrant tropical American shrubs
Datura, genus Datura - thorn apple
Fabiana, genus Fabiana - genus of South and Central American heathlike evergreen shrubs
genus Hyoscyamus, Hyoscyamus - genus of poisonous herbs: henbane
genus Lycium, Lycium - deciduous and evergreen shrubs often spiny; cosmopolitan in temperate and subtropical regions
genus Mandragora, Mandragora - a genus of stemless herbs of the family Solanaceae
genus Nicandra, Nicandra - sturdy annual of Peru
genus Nicotiana, Nicotiana - American and Asiatic aromatic herbs and shrubs with viscid foliage
genus Nierembergia - genus of tropical American erect or creeping herbs with solitary flowers
genus Petunia, Petunia - annual or perennial herbs or shrubs of tropical South America
genus Physalis, Physalis - ground cherries
genus Salpichroa, Salpichroa - herbs of temperate North and South America: cock's eggs
genus Salpiglossis - small genus of herbs of the southern Andes having large showy flowers
genus Schizanthus - Chilean herbs with orchid-like flowers
genus Scopolia, Scopolia - genus of European perennial herbs yielding medicinal alkaloids
genus Solandra, Solandra - shrubby climbers of tropical America
genus Streptosolen, Streptosolen - one species: marmalade bush
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Datura arborea (floripondio, estramonio o trompeta de angel) pertenece a la familia Solanaceae.
5 Kbp) consists of structural regions (SR) III-VI of the rDNA B-type IGS (2 Kbp) of Capsicum and includes the putative transcription initiation site motive (TIS) and diverse postulated regulatory elements widely conserved in Solanaceae.
They're all part of the family of Solanaceae plants, which produce an alkaloid compound known as solanine.
The African thrips Ceratothripoides brunneus Bagnall (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) is widely distributed throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, where it is an important pest of tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, and other Solanaceae (Moritz et al.
A heterostilia foi registrada em 24 familias de plantas com flores, inclusive Solanaceae (Ganders, 1979), na qual a andromonoicia (presenca de dois tipos de flores em um mesmo individuo) ocorre em diversas especies do genero Solanum (Symon, 1979; Avanzi e Campos, 1997), como e o caso de S.
The most number of plant species (n = 4/46) belonged to family Solanaceae and Umbelliferae, followed by Brassicaceae and Zingiberaceae (n = 3/46).
La familia Asteraceae presento el mayor numero de especies (26), seguida de Lamiaceae (14), Solanaceae (14), Fabaceae (9) y Rosaceae (9).
La familia con mayor riqueza de especies es Asteraceae con 44 especies (18%), seguida por Poaceae con 24 especies (10%), Fabaceae con 16 especies (7%) y Solanaceae con 15 especies (6%) (Figura 2).
The tomato belongs to the nightshade family, Solanaceae.
Lycopersicon esculentum, as the tomato is also known, arrived in Great Britain at the end of the 16th century but was thought poisonous as it was a member of the deadly nightshade family, Solanaceae.
Hence the present study was an effort to provide some authenticated taxonomic tools for identification of three valuable selected medicinal plants of the family Solanaceae.