Upon being infected with AltMV all representatives of the Amaranthaceae
family including Alternanthera pungens exhibited symptoms .
Cytogenetic studies in four cultivated Amaranthus (Amaranthaceae
In other studies that considered monocots and dicots in the Caatinga Biome, some of the families were similar to those listed in the present study, but the Malvaceae plants were surpassed by Poaceae, Cyperaceae, Asteraceae, Amaranthaceae
, Lamiaceae, Fabacea and Rubiaceae representatives (ANDRADE et al., 2009; SIZENANDO FILHO et al., 2007; MARACAJA; BENEVIDES, 2006).
); Implicaciones taxonomicas, evolutivas, y biogeograficas.
Where the largest families are: Brassicaceae, then Amaranthaceae
Achyranthes aspera (Amaranthaceae
) and Helianthus annuus (Asteraceae) commonly available in the agro-climate of Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan were evaluated against 1st instar cotton mealybug following multi choice experiment under laboratory conditions at temperature of 25+- 2degC and relative humidity 65 +- 5%.
Plant families with the highest number of species were Poaceae (32 species); Asteraceae (26); Fabaceae (12); Cyperaceae (10); Crassulaceae and Solanaceae (five species each); Apiaceae, Asphodelaceae, Celastraceae, Rosaceae, and Rubiaceae (four species each); Amaranthaceae
, Anacardiaceae, Apocynaceae, Lamiaceae, Myrtaceae, Polygonaceae, Sterculiaceae, and Vitaceae (three species each) (Table 2).
La flora de importancia apicola que se encuentra en esta zona esta caracterizada por la presencia de la familia Amaranthaceae
con su aporte de polen, Maytenus vitis-idaea Griseb.
From our observations, it can be reported that the highest densities of weed (1253) found in Brassicaceae family, followed by amaranthaceae
, asteraceae and poaceae family with a weed number of 1120, 973 and 568 respectively.
Fabaceae is the family with more species, with five, followed by Euphorbiaceae and Malvaceae with three each, and Amaranthaceae
, Cactaceae, Ulmaceae and Verbenaceae with two respectively.
It belongs to the family Amaranthaceae
It is an erect or procumbent, annual or perennial herb, 1-2m in height, often with a woody base, commonly found as a weed of waysides, on roadsides.