Agavaceae


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Agavaceae

[′ag·ə′vās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of flowering plants in the order Liliales characterized by parallel, narrow-veined leaves, a more or less corolloid perianth, and an agavaceous habit.
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En los sitios de estudio son comunes especies dominantes de la familia Agavaceae (Agave americana), fique (Furcraea sp), gurrubo (Solanum lycioides), especies de solanaceas arboreas como Solanum crinitipes, hayuelo (Dodonea viscosa), espino (Xylosma spiculiferum), dividivi (Caesalpinia spinosa), chupa huevo (Echeverya bicolor), cardo (Puya nitida).
have recently concluded the complete chloroplast genome of different Agavaceae, allowing for detailed phylogenies at the genus level.
Family Species Bordering N/I TAC Counties Agavaceae Yucca arkansana Trel.
El genero Agave, que se ubica en la familia Agavaceae, incluye varias especies de plantas adaptadas a condiciones de aridez.
However, one of our observation settings, a plant in the family Agavaceae, offered a similar complexity to that of natural sites, and exploration was not noticeably longer.
Dentro de la familia Agavaceae se encuentran 2 generos que presentan caracteristicas muy semejantes: Dracaena y Cordyline.
The hot deserts and subdeserts of the New World have a Neotropical flora, characterized by several families and genera that are exclusive or almost exclusive to the New World such as the Agavaceae, Bromeliaceae, Cactaceae, Fouquieriaceae, Garryaceae, Hydrophyl-laceae, Krameriaceae, Loasaceae, Passifloraceae, Taxodiaceae, and Turneraceae.
Scyphophorus acupunctatus Gyllenhal (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), also known in Mexico as "picudo negro" (black weevil), is becoming a major pest of Agavaceae, Asparagaceae, and Dracaenaceae worldwide.
Intensive production of livestock Absolute Absolute Family and species abundance dominance IVI Agavaceae Yucca filifera 0 0.
Phylogeny of Agavaceae based on ndhF, rbcL, and its sequences: implications of molecular data for classification.