Apiaceae

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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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Family Parts Extraction yield (.%) NTNU-293 Celastraceae Stem 4.9 NTNU-301 Adiantaceae Whole plant 2.2 NTNU-309 Labiatae Stem 33 NTNU-312 Euphorbiaceae Stem 1.5 NTNU-313 Rosaceae Stem 1.4 NTNU-319 Umbelliferae Whole plant 1.2 NTNU-328 Menispermaceae Vine 2.0 NTNU-331 Celastraceae Stem 1.4 NTNU-379 Leguminosae Stem & root 1.9 NTNU-385 Rosaceae Stem 1.1 NTNU-395 Casuarinaceae Stem 0.5 NTNU-439 Gramineae Seed 1.5 NTNU-450 Leguminosae Seed 2.3 NTNU-488 Cupressaceae Stem 1.8 The plant name has been checked with http://www.theplantlist.org.
Botanically, fennel is kin to celery, dill, carrots, and other members of the Apiaceae (or Umbelliferae) family--plantss that bear umbrella-shaped flower clusters.
(Umbelliferae) extract attenuates stress-induced urinary biochemical changes and improves cognition in scopolamine-induced amnesic rats.
The carrot family is at a disadvantage, however, because most Umbelliferae seeds--think parsley, fennel and dill--need time for their underdeveloped ovaries to grow before they can sprout.
Parsnips are a root vegetable from the Umbelliferae family, which also includes carrots, celery, fennel and parsley.
This project addresses fundamental gaps in our knowledge on the diversity and eco-biogeography of Sino-Himalayan Umbelliferae, commonly known as the carrot or parsley family.
From the family Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) is the only species of its genus growing in different temperate parts of Iran [1, 2].
For Apiales, early work by Bessey (1897) reported that fossil "Umbellales" (reflecting on out-dated circumscription of the order that included not only Umbelliferae and Araliaceae, but also Comaceae) stretched back to the Cretaceous.
(Umbelliferae) species growing in Konya province (Turkey)," Turkish Journal of Biology, vol.