Asterales


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Asterales

[‚as·tə′rāl·ēz]
(botany)
An order of dicotyledonous plants in the subclass Asteridae, including aster, sunflower, zinnia, lettuce, artichoke, and dandelion; the ovary is inferior, flowers are borne in involucrate, centripetally flowering heads, and the calyx, when present, is modified into a set of scale-, hair-, or bristlelike structures called the pappus.
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Xylanthemum Macropodum is included in the Asteraceae family, known as compositae or the aster, a composite family of the blossoming plant form asterales.
Of orders of comparable size and ecological distribution, only Asterales and Caryophyllales have offered such excellent materials for the understanding of wood xeromorphy (Carlquist 1966, 2010; Mauseth, 1993).
is in the order Asterales and is a member of the family Asteraceae; the genus name Calendula is derived from the Latin word Calendae, which means 'first day of each month'.
En 2007 fue publicado el volumen 8, Asterales, en el marco de la obra de conjunto mas reciente sobre la flora mundial, coordinada por Klaus Kubitzki, The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants.
2009) es una planta herbacea o arbustiva robusta, perteneciente al Reino Plantae, Subreino Traqueobionta (plantas vasculares), Division Magnoliophyta (plantas con flor), Clase Magnoliopsida (dicotiledoneas), Subclase Asteridae, Orden Asterales, familia Asteracea y genero Tithonia (OLABODE et al.
Kingdom Plantae Subkingdom Viridaeplantae Infrakingdom Streptophyta Division Tracheophyta Subdivision Spermatophytina Infradivision Angiospermae Class Magnoliopsida Superorder Asteranae Order Asterales Family Asteraceae Genus Eclipta L.
Presl forma parte de las ocho familias botanicas que integran el Suborden Asterineae Burnett, el cual a su vez se ubica dentro del Orden Asterales Lindl.
ASTERALES does not boast the best strike-rate but her confidence should be riding high in the 32RedBet.
Asterales does not boast the best strike-rate but her confid-ence should be riding high in the 32RedBet.
Asterales, Springer-Verlag Press, Berlin Heidelberg, Germany Kapil, R.
Within the other subclade of Asterales, Cornales represented by Hydrangea macrophylla were distinguished from Ebenales species Symplocos serrulata and Sideroxylon capiri.