Verbenaceae


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Verbenaceae

[‚vər·bə′nās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of variously woody or herbaceous dicotyledons in the order Lamiales characterized by opposite or whorled leaves and regular or irregular flowers, usually with four or two functional stamens.
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The most representative families in terms of species richness are the Apocynaceae Fabaceae Euphorbiaceae Liliaceae Arecaceae and Verbenaceae.
Familias con mayor numero de especies Nativas Endemicas Introducidas Familia (no) (no) (no) Total Poaceae 26 5 2 33 Asteraceae 17 8 1 26 Fabaceae 14 7 - 21 Verbenaceae 8 3 - 11 Solanceae 5 5 - 10 Otras 41 31 5 77 Total 111 59 8 178
the association of all genera and species, for which host-plant relationships are known, with one of three plant families: Acanthaceae, Lamiaceae or Verbenaceae.
Los grupos vegetales que aportaron el mayor numero de especies pertenecen a las familias de las Asteraceae, Labiatae, Rutaceae y Verbenaceae, que se corresponden con familias botanicas de amplia distribucion en Venezuela y en la region de los Andes.
verbenaceae, suggesting that phytochemical investigations are necessary to determine if these plants could serve as a source of natural products with phototoxic activities, which could be an interesting and alternative source of natural compounds to be used in the treatment of skin disorders and bacterial infections.
Brown e uma especie originaria da America do Sul e America Central, podendo tambem ser encontrada no Sul dos Estados Unidos (Florida), Norte da Argentina, Franca, Australia e India, pertencente a familia Verbenaceae, conhecida popularmente como erva-cidreira-de-arbusto, erva-cidreira-brasileira, alecrim-selvagem, falsa-melissa ou salvia-da-gripe, conforme a regiao.
Verbenaceae) is an important plant belonging to the family Verbenaceae, and is one of the most widespread large shrubs in the forests of India, usually occurring in deciduous forests.
DDMS 873) Citrus limonum Lemon Risso (DDMS 1724) Verbenaceae Stachytarpheta Gervao cayennensis (Rich.
Palabras claves: Lippia alba, Verbenaceae, biologia floral, semillas.