Iridaceae


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Iridaceae

[‚ir·ə′dās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of monocotyledonous herbs in the order Liliales distinguished by three stamens and an inferior ovary.
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It is a member of the Iridaceae family and the Crocus L.
In Iridaceae, Iris and Tigridia have contort petals (Schoute, 1935).
The family is now regarded as the sister lineage to all others within the monocot order Asparagales, which includes Alliaceae, Iridaceae, Agavaceae, Amaryllidaceae, among other well-known families (Fay et al.
Iridaceae family) which is widely cultivated in Iran (Rios et al.
However there were no comparable reports of low fruit set in the Iridaceae of southern Africa (Bernhardt & Goldblatt, 2006; Goldblatt & Manning, 2008).
stigma commonly known as saffron is a perennial stemless herb of the Iridaceae family that is widely cultivated in Iran.
Phylogeny of Iridaceae subfamily Crocoideae based on a combined multigene plastid DNA analysis.
This plant belongs to the Iridaceae family and as a therapeutic plant, saffron is considered an excellent aid for stomach ailments and an antispasmodic, helps digestion and increases appetite.
1999) and Iridaceae (Wang and Chen, 1999; Xu et al.
Belamcanda chinensis (BC) belongs to the family of iridaceae and the isoflavone tectorigenin has been isolated from the rhizome of this plant.
seed Icacinaceae Gonocaryurn lobbianum (Miers) Kurz seed Iridaceae Alophia amoena (Griseb.