Asteraceae


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Asteraceae

[‚as·tə′rās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
An equivalent name for the Compositae.
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Abdominalis, is commonly associated with various Asteraceae genera (Childers & Nakahara 2006; Pirec 2007), but this is the first report of M.
This subfamily, with many spiny representatives, appears to rely more on physical defense mechanisms than on the chemical ones found in the rest of the Asteraceae (Robinson, 1987; Bohm & Stuessy, 1995).
Studies carried out with species of the same family showed that 10% of the ethanolic extracts from 52 Asteraceae species reduced 70% of the trypomastigore number at a concentration of 250 [micro]g/ml (Zani et al.
Phytochemistry and quantification of polyphenols in extracts of the Asteraceae weeds from Diamantina, Minas Gerais State, Brazil.
Screening of Asteraceae (Compositae) plant extracts for larvicidal activity against Aedes fluviatilis (Diptera: Culicidae).
Wedelia glauca is an invasive, perennial plant of the Asteraceae family native to South America.
Grueter, commonly known as stinkwort, is a member of the Asteraceae, or sunflower, family.
In addition to the species listed only to the level of genus, eight species were identified only at higher taxonomic levels; four specimens belonged to three families--Brassicaceae, Poaceae, and Asteraceae, and four were not placed to any family.