Rhatany

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Rhatany

 

the name of several plant species of the genus Krameria of the family Krameriaceae (once included in the family Leguminosae). The plants include shrubs and perennial herbs with alternate entire or trifoliate leaves. The flowers, which are solitary or in racemes, are red or purple. There are approximately 25 species, distributed in subtropical North America and in South America as far south as Argentina and Chile.

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Aunque las flores oleiferas y zigomorficas de Krameria son visitadas por las abejas hembras del genero Centris, especializadas en colectar el aceite de las flores que parecen ser facilmente fertilizadas en la naturaleza (Kuijt 1969, Simpson 1982).
Sp 3.5 4.5 36.5 53.7 2.2 60.4 Euphorbia magdalenae 8.1 4.5 28.7 47.2 2.9 66.5 Jatropha cuneata 7.6 8.1 37.9 46.5 3.5 59.4 Krameria parvifolia 5.9 8.8 40.1 48.6 1.5 57.7 Melochia tomentosa 5.5 8.6 31.8 45.5 1.3 64.1 Ruellia californica 9.6 16.0 26.2 43.4 2.2 68.5 Arboles Bourreria sonorae 3.2 6.4 39.5 52.2 1.4 58.1 Bursera epinnata 9.0 12.1 40.6 46.0 5.1 57.3 Bursera odorata 8.7 10.1 40.6 46.5 4.7 57.3 Lysiloma candida 9.0 22.3 24.5 42.6 2.1 69.8 Primavera 2011 Herbaceas Aristida adscencionis 4.7 5.4 39.7 80.2 1.5 58.0 Bouteloua aristidoides 4.8 4.6 44.4 78.8 1.3 54.3 Bouteloua sp.
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Arroyo JA, Prashad MG, Vasquez YB, Li EP, Tomas GC (2005) Actividad citotoxica in vitro de la mezcla de Annona muricata y Krameria lappacea sobre celulas cancerosas de glandula mamaria, pulmon y sistema nervioso central.
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The species Amyris madrensis, Amyris texana, Havardia pallens, Bernardia myricaefolia, Condalia hookeri, Randia laetevirens, Sideroxylum langinosum, Forestiera angustifolia, Celtis pallida, Fraxinus greggi, Ehretia anacua, and Celtis laevigata are characteristic of the most productive sites (intermittent and ephemeral floodplains), whereas Lippia graveolens, Acacia rigidula, Acacia berlandieri, Calliandra conferta, Turnera diffusa, Krameria lanceolata, Helietta parvifolia, and Leucophyllum frutescens are typical shrub species found in low productivity and semi-arid sites.
floridum) Chamaesyce polycarpa <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 Condalia globosa 0.00 0.00 0.04 0.04 Encelia farinosa 0.10 0.06 6.83 0.98 Fouquieria splendens 0.01 0.01 0.00 0.00 Horsfordia alata 0.00 0.00 0.03 0.02 Hyptis emoryi 0.00 0.00 0.23 0.13 Hymenoclea salsola 0.00 0.00 0.07 0.06 Justica californica 0.00 0.00 0.62 0.24 Krameria grayi 0.06 0.03 0.07 0.04 Larrea tridentata 4.54 0.46 9.61 0.97 Lycium andersonii var.
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