Boraginaceae


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Related to Boraginaceae: Hydrophyllaceae, Scrophulariaceae

Boraginaceae

a plant family which contains the well-known poisonous plants Heliotropum, Echium, Amsinckia and Trichodesma spp. Common source of pyrrolizidine alkaloids.
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As espécies predominantes pertenciam às famílias Annonaceae, Apocynaceae, Arecaceae, Aquifoliaceae, Bignoniaceae, Boraginaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fabaceae, Flacourticaceae, Lauracaeae, Meliaceae, Mimosaceae, Moraceae-Urticaceae e Sapindaceae.
Interestingly, none of them related to the Apocynaceae or to the Boraginaceae.
In the framework of our studies on Greek Boraginaceae plants, the aerial parts of O.
Such cases were reported from Ericaceae (personal observation), Polemoniaceae (Grant & Grant, 1965; Mabberley, 2000), Gentianaceae (Thiv & Kadereit, 2002a), Rubiaceae (Robbrecht, 1988), Boraginaceae (Taroda & Gibbs, 1986), Convolvulaceae (Wagner, 1989; Deroin, 1996), and Solanaceae (Robyns, 1930; Hunziker, 2001).
Auxemma oncocalyx Taub, belongs to the Boraginaceae family and is native to the northeastern Brazilian "caatinga", where it is known as "pau branco".
Cordia sebestena in the Boraginaceae family is also known as Geiger tree is a moderate growing flowering tree that produces tight clusters of bright orange flowers with a dense rounded evergreen canopy with small white pear-shaped fruit found in the premises of the Redemption Camp, Mowe, Ogun State in the South western part of Nigeria.
Species in other families in the same order that have some phylogenetic, morphological, or biochemical similarities to the target weed BORAGINACEAE Heliotrope sp.
stem 50 Aristolochiaceae Aristolochia cauliflora Ule stem 81 Boraginaceae Cordia nodosa Lam.
The European Garden Flora: Boraginaceae to Compositae.
Thomas 912 Buglossoides arvense Boraginaceae Crawford W.
Except for a few families (Aizoaceae, Campanulaceae, Caryophyllaceae, Solanaceae, Portulacaceae, Lobeliaceae and Malvaceae), most of the flowers that showed initial wilting have been found to be insensitive to exogenous ethylene (Agavaceae, Compositae, Haemodoraceae, Iridaceae, Liliaceae, Umbelliferae, Gentianaceae and Euphorbiaceae) and most of the flowers showing initial abscission have been found to be ethylene sensitive (Acanthaceae, Boraginaceae, Geraniaceae, Gesneriaceae, Labiatae, Ranunculaceae, Rosaceae, Rubiaceae, Scrophulariaceae and Valerianaceae).
Nine families, Fabaceae (32), Asteraceae (16), Verbenaceae (11), Euphorbiaceae (10), Boraginaceae (seven), Chenopodiaceae (seven), Malvaceae (seven), Rutaceae (five), and Solanaceae (five) account for 56.