Solo en otros dos estudios se ha detectado una sobre-dispersion en la morfologia floral a nivel comunitario asociada a la utilizacion diferencial del cuerpo del polinizador para el deposito/ remocion de polen: Stylidium (Stylidiaceae), genero endemico del suroeste de Australia y polinizado por abejas solitarias y bombilidos (Armbruster et al., 1994) y Burmeistera (Campanulaceae
), genero endemico en Ecuador y Costa Rica polinizado casi exclusivamente por murcielagos (Muchhala, 2007; Muchhala & Potts, 2007).
Downie, "The highly rearranged chloroplast genome of Trachelium caeruleum (Campanulaceae
): multiple inversions, inverted repeat expansion and contraction, transposition, insertions/deletions, and several repeat families," Current Genetics, vol.
Lancemaside A, one of the major triterpenoid saponins isolated from Codonopsis lanceolata (Campanulaceae
), is traditionally prescribed for treating various lung inflammatory diseases, including bronchitis and cough.
If I want to plant the lovely bell-shaped campanula, I can choose and probably buy one or more of several members of the family Campanulaceae
. If I have a rock garden, I may want Campanula carpatica, which, as its name suggests, was discovered in the Carpathian mountains of Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania, and western Russia.
The harebell flowers from mid July to September in open dry areas and is a member of the Campanulaceae
family with the botanical name Campanula rotundifolia.
Spatial genetic structure of clonal and sexual reproduction in populations of Adenophora grandiflora (Campanulaceae
Family Name (Latin and Common): Campanulaceae
, the Bellflower family
* Clermontia samuelii or (in Hawaiian) 'oha wai, a shrub in the bellflower family (Campanulaceae
2, pages 32 and 359), or the upper layers of the central African mountains, with their distinctive populations of giant members of the Asteraceae (Senecio) and Campanulaceae
(Lobelia), with leaves arranged in tuft-rosettes (similar to the frailejones [Espeletia spp.] of the Andes), and which have probably evolved from related species in the lower zones of neighboring forests.
* Clermontia samuelii or (in Hawaiian) `oha wai, a shrub in the bellflower family (Campanulaceae