Nyctaginaceae, the four o'clock family, is a family of around 33 genera and 290
species of flowering plants, widely distributed in tropical and subtropical regions,
Stigma linear, included; inflorescence a head or umbel; fruit generally winged. 2.
Fruit wings thick or 0, not surrounding fruit body; flowers maturing outer before ...
Description of Nyctaginaceae Juss., generated from a DELTA database.
Nyctaginaceae, the four-o'clock family of flowering plants, in the pink, or carnation
, order (Caryophyllales), containing about 30 genera with close to 400 species ...
The family Nyctaginaceae is in the major group Angiosperms (Flowering plants).
... 1,410 scientific plant names of species rank for the family Nyctaginaceae.
Nyctaginaceae A. L. Jussieu. 紫茉莉科 zi mo li ke. Authors: Dequan Lu & Michael
G. Gilbert. Herbs, shrubs, trees, or sometimes spiny vines. Leaves opposite ...
Nyctaginaceae and Phytolaccaceae are generally considered to be primitive
members of Caryophyllales (sensu Cronquist) and both have been linked to ...
The four o'clock family (Nyctaginaceae) has a number of genera with unusual
morphological and ecological characters, several of which appear to have a ...
Identify plants and flowers of the Four O'clock family (Nyctaginaceae) with these
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Noun, 1. family Nyctaginaceae - a family of flowering plants of the order
Caryophyllales. Allioniaceae, family Allioniaceae, four-o'clock family,