Agavaceae


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Agavaceae

plant family containing the toxic genera Agave and Nolina.
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Inventarios y conservacion de Agavaceae y Nolinaceae.
es una planta perteneciente a la familia Agavaceae de la cual se obtiene una fibra con la que se elaboran empaques naturales, cordeles, sogas, geotextiles y artesanias, entre otros.
La familia Agavaceae se integra por ocho generos; uno de ellos es el genero Agave.
Hierba del Umbelliferae sapo Fourcraea Palmita, yuca Agavaceae Fuchsia microphylla * Perlilla Onagraceae Geranium sp.
La familia Cactaceae es el grupo mas numeroso de especies "protegidas" en Mexico (257 especies), seguido por Orchidaceae, Palmae y Agavaceae.
al (1995) sobre la vegetacion del valle de Sogamoso; esta area se considera como parte de un bosque altoandino donde se desarrollan formaciones xerofiticas y subxerofiticas con especies tipicas de la familia Cactaceae (Opuntia shumanii), Agavaceae (Agave americana), y especies arbustivas de hojas pequenas y suculentas.
Fruit set is usually [less than]15% in controlled hand pollinations for yuccas and other members of the Agavaceae, and while plants have limited control over the quantity and quality of pollen received, low maximal fruit set provides a potential powerful selection s ieve to retain fruits of high quality.
In addition to the members of the Crassulaceae, the same metabolic pathway has been found in members of the Agavaceae, Poaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Bromeliaceae, Cactaceae, Asteraceae, Cucurbitaceae, Didiereaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Liliaceae, Orchidaceae, Polypodiaceae, Portulacaceae, and Vitaceae.
Family: Agavaceae (sisal hemp, pulque, and dragon tree)
Family: Agavaceae (sisal hemp, pulque, and dragon tree) Name Origin: From the Greek word kordyle (club), referring to the large and fleshy roots of some species.
Although of tropical origin themselves, dracaenas belong to the Agavaceae family, many of whose species come from the deserts of the Southwest.