Compositae

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Compositae

a family of herbaceous or sometimes woody plants with a range of HABITS and often with latex in the stems. The flowers are small florets grouped together into a flat inflorescence and resembling a single flower; examples are daisy, dandelion.
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Members of Europiella are usually associated with Asteraceae (Yasunaga, 2001b; Schuh, 2004).
Jansen and Palmer (1987) found that a large chloroplast DNA inversion present in Asteraceae is absent in some genera of the subtribe Barnadesiinae, which were then put in their own subfamily (Bremer & Jansen, 1992).
Helianthus paradoxus is a federally threatened rare annual species of Asteraceae with a restricted range (Bush & Van Auken 1997; McDonald 1999).
La familia Asteraceae fue la mas diversa con nueve especies, seguido de las familias Fabaceae y Loasaceae con tres especies cada una (Tabla 3).
Pentacalia poeppigiana (Asteraceae, Senecioneae), una nueva especie del Peru.
For example in North America and Europe, the dominant family of galled plants is Fagaceae (Mani, 1964), while in South America, the most attacked plant families are Asteraceae and Fabaceae (Fernandes & Santos, 2014; Mani, 1964).
communa can do so even when visual recognition of the host plants is blocked by dense plantings of sunflower, another Asteraceae species.
Therefore, eight common plant species of Asteraceae were collected from four different localities of Quetta at two different growth stages viz., vegetative and flowering.
The observation site (37[degrees]24.07'N, 126[degrees]44.62'E) was comprised of a 10,000 [m.sup.2] lush grassland adjacent to Soraepogu Ecological Park, with an abundance of plants belonging to Asteraceae, especially Artemisia princeps and Aster pilosus.