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  • Boraginaceae, which is very prominent in the Mediterranean region, is also important in the North-West Panjáb, though the showier plants of the order are wanting.

    The Panjab, North-West Frontier Province, and Kashmir

  • Preboggin may refer to weeds of the Boraginaceae family, including borage, which often have hairy leaves.

    Week in Words

  • Myosotis (pronounced/ˌmaɪ. əˈsoʊtɪs/from the Greek) is a genus of plants in the family Boraginaceae, commonly called Forget-me-nots.

    The Forgetting Room 1-6

  • "It could be in the Campanulaceae, or the Gentianaceae, the Polemoniaceae, the Boraginaceae-that's most likely, I think, forget-me-nots-but it could even be a variant of this one, the Anemone patens."

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • Additional species include the following: Thamnoseris-Sanctambrosia manicata (Caryophyllaceae); Nesocaryum stylosum (Boraginaceae) - Frankenia vidalii and Solanum brachyantherum (Solanaceae) - Lycapsus tenuifolius.

    San Félix-San Ambrosio Islands temperate forests

  • Emergent and canopy layers include characteristic tree species belonging to the following families: Anacardiaceae (Astronium fraxinifolium), Leguminosae (Enterolobium contortisiliquum), Boraginaceae (Cordia trichotoma), and Bignoniaceae (Tabebuia chrysotricha).

    Pernambuco interior forests

  • Boraginaceae trees - elephants - induce labor clay - spider monkeys - diarrhea treatment charcoal - colobus monkeys - counteract toxins in a highly nutritious plant

    Is a 3-yr-old who eats paper normal?

  • The most diverse families are the Asteraceae, Nolanaceae, Cataceae, Boraginaceae, and Apiaceae.

    Atacama desert

  • Boraginaceae) may grow in solid masses over many acres, but the tiny yellow flowers don’t significantly modify the dominant green of the foliage.

    Adaptations of desert plants

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