Xyris


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Noun1.Xyris - chiefly American marsh plants, having usually yellow flowersXyris - chiefly American marsh plants, having usually yellow flowers
liliopsid genus, monocot genus - genus of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
family Xyridaceae, Xyridaceae, yellow-eyed grass family - plants of tropical to temperate regions; usually in wet places
yellow-eyed grass - any of several rushlike plants, especially of the pine barrens of southern United States
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Energy intake, macro and micronutrient profiles were calculated using Foodworks[R] Nutritional software (Xyris Software, Pty Ltd, Highgate Hill, Queensland; Australia).
Robinson, 1908 Bacopa monnieri (L.) Pennell, 1946 N Portulacaceae Portulaca pilosa L., 1753 N Rubiaceae Diodia virginiana L., 1753 N Richardia brasiliensis Gomes, 1801 Spermacoce remota Lamarck, 1792 N Tetrachondraceae Polypremum procumbens L., 1753 N Verbenaceae Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene, 1899 N Verbena brasiliensis Vellozo, 1829 Verbena officinalis halei Barber, 1982 N Verbena scabra Vahl, 1798 N Xyridaceae Xyris ambigua Beyrich ex Kunth, 1843 N The species authorities and the native classification (N = native to Florida) are cited in Wunderlin & Hansen (2008).
Nutritional analysis of the beverages was performed using Foodworks[c] Version 6.0,2009, (Xyris Software, Australia) dietary analysis software.
On the Morro do Forno (state of Sao Paulo, 22[degrees] S, precipitation of 1517 mm/year), Oliveira and Godoy (2007) found several floristic elements typical of the CRs, such as Cambessedesia DC., Marcetia DC., Barbacenia Vand., Vellozia Vand., Xyris L.
Braga, "Dihydroisocoumarin from Xyris pterygoblephara active against dermatophyte fungi," Phytochemistry, vol.
Diet diaries were analysed by a dietitian who was blinded to group allocation, and average daily intake of energy and macronutrients was quantified by Foodworks (Foodworks 2009, Xyris Software, v6.0.6502).
panamense and tropical shallow-demersal species Scorpaenodes xyris, Lepophidium negropinna, and Abudefduf troschelii were found (Figure 8(c)).
minutissima (Cyperaceae) (Diego-Perez y Gonzalez-Elizondo, en prensa); Paepalanthus lamarckii (Eriocaulaceae) (Espejo y Lopez-Ferrari, en prensa); Xyris navicularis y X.