family Verbenaceae

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Related to family Verbenaceae: verbena family
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: Verbenaceae - family of New World tropical and subtropical herbs and shrubs and treesfamily Verbenaceae - family of New World tropical and subtropical herbs and shrubs and trees
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 Verbena - type genus of the Verbenaceae; genus of herbaceous perennials and subshrubs
Avicennia, genus Avicennia - small genus of tropical shrubs or trees
Avicenniaceae, family Avicenniaceae - used in some classifications: coextensive with the genus Avicennia
Aegiceras, genus Aegiceras - a genus of herbs of the family Verbenaceae
genus Tectona, Tectona - small genus of southeastern Asian tropics: teak
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alba, also knowni n Portuguese as "erva cidreira or "erva cidreira Brasileira" (JANNUZZI et al., 2011), belongs to Family Verbenaceae. It is a very rustic and strong Brazilian shrub distributed all over the South and Central Americas (GOMES et al., 2017).
Considering what was regarded as subfamily Verbenoideae, now considered as family Verbenaceae, and excluding the genera Callicarpa, Clerodendron, and Tetraclea (now forming part of the family Lamiaceae), Rzedowski and Calderon de Rzedowski (2002) reported about 1000 species belonging to the family Verbenaceae, which occur in template and tropical regions worldwide, mainly in the American continent.
Phylogenetic relationships within family Verbenaceae demonstrated that genus Lippia and other closely related genera, namely, Aloysia Palau, Lantana L., and Phyla Lour., are not monophyletic [97].
Vitex polygama Cham., popularly known as "taruma", "Maria-preta" and "velame-do-campo" belongs to the family Verbenaceae (Cantino, Harley, & Wagstaff, 1992), can be found as trees or shrubs and present wide distribution.
Tectona grandis belongs to the family Verbenaceae and is popularly known as teak or sagwan.
Don belongs to family verbenaceae is an evergreen densely branched climber or sarmentose vine or running shrub up to 5 m in hight.
Gmelina arborea belongs to the family Verbenaceae. It is commonly called Gmelina and white beech (English), Melinaphocal (Spanish), Gamar in Bangladesh, Melina gambar in India, Gmelina in Indonesia, Yemane in Philippines, and Soh in Thailand [5].
Lippia is the second largest genus of the family Verbenaceae and includes many medicinal and aromatic species, which are found in South America (approximately 70-75% of the known species are in Brazil), Central America, and tropical Africa [12].

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