Nyctaginaceae


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Nyctaginaceae

[‚nik·tə·jə′nās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Caryophyllales characterized by an apocarpous, monocarpous, or syncarpous gynoecium, sepals joined to a tube, a single carpel, and a cymose inflorescence.
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Plants so far studied showing insecticidal or repellent effect to sandflies are Ricinus communis (Euphorbiaceae) (41-42), Solanum jasminoides (Solanaceae), Bougainvillea glabra (Nyctaginaceae) (41), Capparis spinosa (Capparidaceae) (41-42), Solanum luteum (Solanaceae), Malva nicaeensis (Malvaceae) (42), Tagetes minuta Linnaeus (Asteraceae), Acalypha fruticosa Forssk (Euphorbiaceae), Tarchonanthus camphoratus L.
Leguminoseae 58 7 44 7 Rubiaceae 20 1 -- 19 Asteraceae 9 5 4 -- Solanaceae 8 -- 8 -- Euphorbiaceae 4 4 -- -- Lauraceae 2 1 -- 1 Urticaceae 3 -- 2 1 Melatomastaceae 3 -- -- 3 Nyctaginaceae 1 -- -- 1 morfo-especie 1 1 1 -- -- morfo-especie 2 1 1 -- -- morfo-especie 3 3 -- -- 3 113 20 58 35 Tabela 2--Distribuicao das especies, sua ocorrencia e o estadio sucessional Especie Familia N.
Parmi les familles botaniques les plus frequentes dans le regime alimentaire de Schistocerca gregaria, on trouve les Brassicaceae, les Boraginaceae, les Poaceae, les Zygophyllaceae, les Solanaceae et les Nyctaginaceae. Les especes vegetales les plus appreciees par le Criquet pelerin appartiennent aux familles citees.
The above plants belong, respectively, to Fabaceae, Moringaceae, Nyctaginaceae, Rhamnaceae, Solanaceae, and Vitaceae families.
(Euphorbiaceae); Go: Guapira obtusata (Jacq.) Little (Nyctaginaceae); Pa: Pseudocarpidium avisennioides (A.
(Nyctaginaceae) Br Bougainvillea campanulata Heimerl Br (Nyctaginaceae) Bougainvillea praecox Griseb.
The effects of pollen competitive environment on pollen performance in Mirabilis jalapa (Nyctaginaceae).
Eleven families of plants are reported as hosts of Lopesia galls: Burseraceae, Clusiaceae, Chrysobalanaceae, Erythroxylaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fabaceae, Melastomataceae, Nyctaginaceae, Pontederiaceae, Sapotaceae (Gagne & Jaschhof 2017), and Dilleniaceae (Maia & Monteiro 2017).
Descrifao de tres especies novas de Bruggmannia Tavares, 1906 (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae, Asphondyliidi) do Brasil associadas com Guapira opposita (Nyctaginaceae).