Pathogens of selected members of the Papaveraceae
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Pathogens of selected members of the Papaveraceae an annotated bibliography by Chris G. Schmitt

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Published in [Washington] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Agriculture

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Edition Notes

Issued July 1975.

StatementChris G. Schmitt and Bernard Lipscomb.
SeriesU.S. Agricultural Research Service. Northeastern Region. ARS-NE-62
ContributionsLipscomb, Bernard.
The Physical Object
Pagination186 p.;
Number of Pages186
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22422023M

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Members of the subfamily Papaveroideae have bisexual regular dish-shaped flowers with one superior pistil (female structure) and many stamens (male parts). The buds and flowers are usually large and often nodding. The pod shaped ovary with the parietal placentation are characters of Papaveraceae shared with the Brassicaceae and Capparidaceae. But the seeds of Papaveraceae are albuminous. Some authors have treated Fumariaceae as a sub-family of Papaveraceae while Hutchinson recognised it as a separate family. The Papaveraceae / p ə p æ v ə ˈ r eɪ s i iː / are an economically important family of about 42 genera and approximately known species of flowering plants in the order Ranunculales, informally known as the poppy family. The family is cosmopolitan, occurring in temperate and subtropical climates (mostly in the northern hemisphere), but almost unknown in the tropics. Clade: Tracheophytes. A number of previously unplaced genera and families are included here in orders, greatly reducing the number of unplaced taxa; these include Hydatellaceae (Nymphaeales), Haptanthaceae (Buxales.

Papaveraceae is renowned worldwide for its beautiful and useful plants • The family is mainly in the Northern Hemisphere with numerous species in Eastern Asia as well as western North America, including California • The family is noted for its alkaloids and opiates, which are widely used in medicine as well as misused as narcoticsFile Size: 8MB. A list of all accepted names in Papaveraceae is available in CSV format. Statistics. Species of Papaveraceae contained within The Plant List belong to 40 plant genera. The Plant List includes 2, scientific plant names of species rank for the family Papaveraceae. Of these are accepted species names.   Pathogen A has an ID 50 of 50 particles, pathogen B has an ID 50 of 1, particles, and pathogen C has an ID 50 of 1 × 10 6 particles. Which pathogen is most virulent? A. pathogen A B. pathogen B C. pathogen C. A. Which of the following choices lists the steps of pathogenesis in the correct order? A. invasion, infection, adhesion, exposure. They include harmless resident and transient members of the microbiota, as well as pathogens, which after a successful invasion cause an infection. Portals of entry of pathogens into the body skin, mucous membranes, the placenta, and the parenteral route, by which microbes are directly deposited into deeper tissues.

Papaveraceae, makovi ili makovke su porodica biljaka iz reda žabnjakolika koja uključuje 44 rodova odnosno oko vrsta iz reda je dobila po najvažnijem rodu papaver ili ca je kozmopolitski rasprostranjena i to uglavom u suptropskom i umjerenom pojasu sjeverne hemisfere. Papaveraceae su prvenstveno dvosupnice odnosno Carstvo: Plantae. Papaveraceae, the poppy family of flowering plants (order Ranunculales), with 44 genera and of these are herbaceous plants, but the family also includes some woody shrubs and a genus of small tropical trees. The family is outstanding for its many garden ornamentals and pharmaceutically important plants. The Papaveraceae (continued) WILHELM PELIKAN Papaver rhoeas, field poppy, corn poppy, common red poppy. How tremendous is the flame of the flower, and how insignificant all the rest of the plant. The leaves are more deeply incised, they are narrower and more elongated than those of the opium poppy, but again there is subjugation to the stem. Papaver / p ə ˈ p eɪ v ər / is a genus of 70– species of frost-tolerant annuals, biennials, and perennials native to temperate and cold regions of Eurasia, Africa and North America. It is the type genus of the poppy family, : Papaveraceae.