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mustard family brassicaceae

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Index to Families
... Family Limnanthaceae Milkweed Family Asclepiadaceae Mint Family Lamiaceae Mistletoe Family Viscaceae Morning Glory Family Convolvulaceae Mosquito Fern Family Azollaceae Mustard Family Brassicaceae Nettle Family Urticaceae Nightshade Family Solanaceae Oak Family Fagaceae Olive Family Oleaceae Orchid Family Orchidaceae Palm Family Arecaceae Parsley Family Apiaceae Pea Family Fabaceae Phlox Family ...
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What host plants are grown to feed caterpillars? -
... family, asteraceae 1. Bidens spp. - Spanish needles Great Southern White - Mustard family, brassicaceae - Nasturtium family, tropaeolaceae - Saltwort family, bataceae Common White - Mustard family, brassicaceae Sara orangetip - Mustard family , brassicaceae Orange (Alfalfa) Sulphur - Bean family, fabaceae GOSSAMERS (blues, coppers, hairstreaks, Harvester) Gray Hairstreak - Mallow family ...
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Flowering Plants
... family (Asteraceae), grass family (Poaceae), legume family (Fabaceae), snapdragon family (Scrophulariaceae), mustard family (Brassicaceae), and sedge family (Cyperaceae). The two largest plant families are the sunflower family (Asteraceae) with 24,000 species and the orchid family ... including the milkweed family (Asclepiadaceae), arum family (Araceae) and the rafflesia family (Rafflesiaceae). They ...
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Fruit Terminology (Part 1)
... and silicles have parietal placentation. They are the characteristic fruits of the mustard family (Brassicaceae). Some members of the mustard family have siliques that do not split longitudinally into two separate carpels. For ... long after the valves and seeds have fallen away. See Siliques & Silicles Of The Mustard Family Go To The Diversity Of Flowering Plants Return To WAYNE'S WORD Home Page ...
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Brassicaceae
... Araliaceae Aristolochiaceae Asclepiadaceae Asteraceae Berberidaceae Betulaceae Boraginaceae Brassicaceae Callitrichaceae Campanulaceae Cannabaceae Caprifoliaceae Caryophyllaceae Ceratophyllaceae Chenopodiaceae Cistaceae Convolvulaceae Cornaceae Crassulaceae Cucurbitaceae Cuscutaceae Brassicaceae Mustard Family Please click on the thumbnail images to go to ...
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Floridata: Brassica juncea
... mustard greens, leaf mustard, Indian mustard, brown mustard Family: Brassicaceae/Cruciferae (cabbage family) Get link to Profile# 613 (click for data record) e-mail this page These 'Florida Broadleaf' mustard ...
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Potager - Blending Vegetables and Ornamentals
... family (Solanaceae): peppers, eggplants, potatoes, and tomatillos Flowers: marigolds, zinnias Goosefoot family: beets, chard, orach, spinach Flowers: violas and pansies Mint family ( ... tomatoes with basil and mints Lily family (Liliaceae): onions, shallots, garlic, asparagus, chives, leeks, Flowers: ornamental alliums Mustard family (Brassicaceae): arugula, broccoli, cabbages, cauliflower, collards, ...
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Species list
... -Z] Family Sisymbrium altissimum Tall Rocket Cruciferae / Brassicaceae Sisymbrium orientale Eastern Rocket Cruciferae / Brassicaceae Sisymbrium officinale Hedge Mustard Cruciferae / Brassicaceae Descurainia sophia Flixweed Cruciferae / Brassicaceae Alliaria petiolata Garlic Mustard Cruciferae / Brassicaceae Arabidopsis thaliana Thale Cress Cruciferae / Brassicaceae Erysimum cheiranthoides ...
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draba genus
... Leduc Draba, which is the Greek word for 'acrid', is the largest genus in the mustard family (Brassicaceae, formerly Cruciferae). There are about 350 species that are primarily native to the northern ... harsh, they are very good candidates to withstand our extremes of climate. Members of the Brassicaceae family feature flowers that are bisexual and whose 4 petals form a cross (+). They have ...
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The Seed Biology Place - Seed Structure and Anatomy
... reserve breakdown. Brassicaceae - Core Eudicots - Rosid clade garden cress (Lepidium sativum) mouse-ear cress (Arabidopsis thaliana) Only some Brassicaceae seeds are endospermic, most Brassicaceae seeds ... in detail. Brassicaceae - Core Eudicots - Rosid clade rape (Brassica napus) wild mustard (Sinapis alba) wild radish (Raphanus sativus) Most species of the mustard family (Brassicaceae) including ...
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