Agavaceae


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Agavaceae

plant family containing the toxic genera Agave and Nolina.
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Filogenia y coevolution entre las Agavaceae y sus polinizadores.
Asexual genetic variability in Agavaceae determined with inverse sequence-tagged repeats and amplification fragment length polymorphism analysis.
Roots and leaves with long duration thus are correlated with the advantages and limitations of the xylem in Agavaceae.
It is considered a specialist in its feeding habits, because it only attacks a few species within the families Agavaceae and Dracaenaceae.
a member of Agavaceae family is an ornamental bulbous plant native to Mexico, and one of the most important cut flowers in tropical and subtropical areas (Benschop, 1993).
The family is now regarded as the sister lineage to all others within the monocot order Asparagales, which includes Alliaceae, Iridaceae, Agavaceae, Amaryllidaceae, among other well-known families (Fay et al.
Next come 14 chapters on plants They begin with an overview and follow with chapters on Briophyta (mosses, 3 chapters), Araceae (aroids), Smilax (Smilacaceae), Agavaceae, Orchidaceae (orchids), Bromeliaceae (bromeliads), mistletoes (Loranthaceae, Viscaceae, and Eremolepidaceae), Phaseolus (Leguminosae), Cactaceae (cactus), Asclepiadaceae, and Solanaceae.