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The Fabaceae family is a large family of the plant kingdom, including several economically important plants. Economic Importance Wood: Many trees of this family provide commercially important wood, for example, Acacia, Albizzia and Xylia. The pappus is the modified calyx, the part of an individual floret, that surrounds the base of the corolla tube in flower heads of the plant family Asteraceae.The term is sometimes used in other plant families such as Asclepiadaceae (milkweeds), whose seeds have a similar structure attached, although it is not related to the calyx of the flower..

Thin and dried, they help in wide dispersal of the seeds of the plants via wind. Asteraceae is important primarily for its many Dye: A dye Katha is obtained from Acacia catechu. The first step to draw a floral diagram is to examine mature floral buds which […]

There are around 5000 species of dicotyledonous fabaceae plants widely distributed all … asteraceae : asteraceae characteristic features & floral diagram by jibin jacob asteraceae characteristic features & floral diagram

The different floral whorls are represented in concentric circles, the sepals on the outermost circle, then the petals, the stamens and carpels towards the inner side (Fig. Asteraceae, the aster, daisy, or composite family of the flowering-plant order Asterales.

Technically, the specialized term cypsela for the peculiar fruit of the Asteraceae, derived from a 2-carpellate, inferior ovary is correct.

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Corolla: Sympetalous, 5-lobed or 6-cleft, actinomorphic (in disc-florets) or zygomorphic or ligulate (in ray- florets). (previous page) () Their wood is used for construction, for furniture or for fuel. Androecium: Stamens 5, epipetalous, filaments separate, anthers usually united to form a tube around the style, dehiscence introse, and superior.

K-M. Pappus (modified calyx), a diagnostic character of the Asteraceae family associated with the floral structure. The Asteraceae (asters, daisy or sunflower family) or Compositae (composites) are a very large and diverse group of flowering plants (angiosperms) with some 1620 genera and over 23 000 species. These plants have composite 'flowers' which are actually flower-like inflorescences. The individual fruits are here called “achenes,” somewhat loosely.

With more than 1,620 genera and 23,600 species of herbs, shrubs, and trees distributed throughout the world, Asteraceae is one of the largest plant families. Learn about a shorthand to represent flower structures Color coded floral diagrams of Ranunculaceae, Papaveraceae, Caryophyllaceae, Campanulaceae, Celastraceae, Convolvulaceae, Crassulaceae, Onagraceae, Ericaceae Color coded floral diagrams of Violaceae, Lamiaceae, Orchidaceae, Fumariaceae, Scrophulariaceae, Fabaceae Color coded floral diagrams of Juncaceae, Poaceae, … Helianthus annuus ssp. Floral diagram and floral.

Family: Asteraceae (A Utah Flora – Compositae) – Sunflower Family Annual herbs; stems 11.8” to 13.1' (3 to 40 dm) tall.

Gum: Gum is obtained from Acacia nilotica and Acacia senegal.

11.2 & 11.3). Achene” is a fruit of similar texture but derived from a single superior carpel (as in … The family Fabaceae is also known as Leguminosae or Papilionaceae since it belongs to the pea or legume family.