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Noun1.Tropaeolaceae - coextensive with the genus TropaeolumTropaeolaceae - coextensive with the genus Tropaeolum
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 Tropaeolum, Tropaeolum - a tropical American genus of dicotyledonous climbing or diffuse pungent herbs constituting the family Tropaeolaceae
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(Brassicaceae) and Tropaeolum majus L., while Leptophobia aripa lays eggs on Tropaeolum moritzianum Klotzsch (Tropaeolaceae) (DeVries, 1987) and Lepidium virginicum (RM-H, unpubl.
Marques, "Natriuretic and diuretic effects of Tropaeolum majus (Tropaeolaceae) in rats," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.
There is understandably little impetus to condense Brassicales into one or two families when about half of the families currently included were, in phytogenies proposed before global molecular-based phytogenies emerged, placed in entirely different orders: Tropaeolaceae and Limnanthaceae in Geraniales.
of family Tropaeolaceae was selected as the experimental material during the present study.
Tropaeolaceae 15 Ipomea nil Convolvulaceae 15 Tulbaghia violacea Amaryllidaceae 23 Antirrhinum majus Plantaginaceae 14 Rosa sp.
Sanchez) Penailillo (2) Poaceae Nassella novari Torres (11) Rubiaceae Psychotria argentinensis Bacigalupo (5) Solanaceae Solanum fabrisii Cabrera (1) Solanaceae Solanum zuloagae Cabrera (2) Tropaeolaceae Tropaeolum willinkii Sparre (2) Amaryllidaceae Zephyranthes andina (R.E.
(Tropaeolaceae), conhecida popularmente no Brasil como "capuchinha" e originaria do Peru, na America do Sul e, desde o seculo XVII foi introduzida na Europa.
The only recorded host plant is an unidentified species of Tropaeolaceae. Most of the species of Tropaeolaceae are found in the genus Tropaeolum, which has primarily an Andean distribution (Chavez, 2004).