Apiaceae


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Related to Apiaceae: Cucurbitaceae, Rutaceae

Apiaceae

(ā″pē-ās′ē-ē″) [L. Apium, parsley (the name of the type genus) + -aceae]
The family of spices and vegetables that includes anise, carrots, celery, and parsley. They are an occasional source of food allergy when consumed.
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In the Old World, Fetz (1994) also noted variation in the SV group of A1, but he correlated this to larval biology and host plants (flower-feeder or leaf-tier on Apiaceae or Asteraceae) instead of taxonomic status.
Also some Apiaceae, Rosaceae, Compositae, Rumex, Filipendula, Artemisia, Chenopodiaceae, Caryophyllaceae, and Campanula pollen is found.
We selected six fossils attributed to Torricelliaceae, Araliaceae, and Apiaceae to set calibration points.
Such graded morphs occur in some Brassicaceae (Iberis) (Busch & Zachgo, 2007), Apiaceae (Orlaya) (Froebe, 1980; Classen-Bockhoff, 1992), Asteraceae (Hieracium), and Dipsacaceae (Scabiosa) (Kunze, 1976) (Fig.
Asteraceae, Poaceae, Cyperaceae (all Curex), Rosaceae, Apiaceae, Caprifoliaceae, Lamiaceae, and Liliaceae.
Settlements Railways Highways 1 Asteraceae Asteraceae Asteraceae 2 Poaceae Poaceae Fabacea 3 Lamiaceae Fabaceae Poacea 4 Rosaceae Rosaceae Rosacea 5 Brassicaceae Caryophillaceae Brassicaceae 6 Fabaceae Lamiaceae Caryophillaceae 7 Apiaceae Brassicaceae Lamiaceae 8 Scrophulariaceae Scrophulariaceae Scrophulariaceae
Relative to bran, crops in the plant families Brassicaceae, Asteraceae, Cucurbitaceae, and Apiaceae were preferred by lubbers, but Solanaceae were not.
Mae teulu'r foronen, neu Apiaceae i roi'r enw swanc arnyn nhw, yn deulu mawr.
With umbels (of the apiaceae family), from the translucent discs of bupleurum to fennel and anthriscus, or the domes and chalices of eryngium and astrantia, the best technique is to invert the seed heads whole in paper bags.
family: Apiaceae, local name: pegaga), Eurycoma longifolia Jack (family: Simaroubaceae, local name: tongkat ali), Morinda citrifolia L.
The parsnip is related to carrots, parsley, fennel, celery, celeriac, ground elder and many more familiar plants in the Apiaceae (syn.