Asteraceae


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Asteraceae

[‚as·tə′rās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
An equivalent name for the Compositae.
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and some other species of Asteraceae. Many adults have been collected from inflorescences of Lantana camara L.
These plants belong, respectively, to the Acanthaceae, Asteraceae, Cuscutaceae, and Fabaceae families.
Cabrera's paper on Mutisieae (1977), first presented at the International Symposium on the Biology and Chemistry of Asteraceae in 1975, can be viewed as the first, modern systematic review of the tribe Mutisieae.
Also on July 2, we listed this rare plant in the sunflower family (Asteraceae), which is found in southern California and northern Baja California in Mexico, as endangered.
dandelion (Taraxacum officinale Weber, sensu lato; Asteraceae) clones differ in their floral stage timing characteristics under a constant set of environmental conditions.
Several central Texas winter annual Asteraceae produce seeds that are dormant when produced, while seeds of Pyrrhopappus multicaulis (Texas dandelion) another winter annual lack dormancy (Bas kin et al.
Drawing information from herbaria within Illinois, in surrounding states, and in national archives, Mohlenbrock continues his work on the multi-volume comprehensive flora of the state of Illinois with a second volume on the family Asteraceae, which is the ninth volume on dicotyledonous flowering plants, or dicots.
Las familias mas diversas fueron Asteraceae (44 especies), Poaceae (23), Brassicaceae (8), Fabaceae (8), Caryophyllaceae (6), Plantaginaceae (6) y Orobanchaceae (5), las cuales representan el 58% del total de especies registradas; otras tres familias contienen cuatro especies cada una y otras cinco presentan tres cada una.
Tribal classification and diversity in the Asteraceae of Peru.