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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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Chemical patterns and relationships of Umbelliferae.
Hierba mora Solanum rostratum Dunal Mala mujer UMBELLIFERAE (APIACEAE) Cyclospermum leptophyllum (Pers.
20 Umbelliferae, Stewart Herbarium Gordon College Rawalpindi, (1972).
Segun Erdtman (1986), la familia Umbelliferae (= Apiaceae = Ammiaceae) es estenopalinica, cuyas caracteristicas generales de los granos de polen son las siguientes: radioisodiametricos, raro bilaterales, (2-) 3-colporados, subprolado-perprolatos; longitud eje polar varia entre 21 y 75 [micron]m; diametro ecuatorial entre 1,15 y 2,20 [micron]m.
Hierba del Umbelliferae sapo Fourcraea Palmita, yuca Agavaceae Fuchsia microphylla * Perlilla Onagraceae Geranium sp.
Breeding systems and floral biology of the Umbelliferae nr evidence for specialization in unspecialized flowers, p.
This fine herb (petroselinum) is a member of the umbelliferae family and therefore, amongst its cousins are celery and carrots.
Pleurotus eryngii is found in association with Eryngium campestre and other species of the Umbelliferae and Compositae families.
Las semillas de la familia Umbelliferae provienen de un ovulo anatropo, suspendido y solitario, con una testa delgada pero rigida, endospermo persistente pero no especializado y embrion pequeno (Corner, 1976).