- Cactus + -aceae (Wiktionary)
“Diadre, D. (2004) Michel Scheidweiler y Henri Galeotti, los padres del género Ariocarpus (Cactaceae).”
“The cactus family (Cactaceae) has more than 1,000 different species.”
“The ecoregion is widely recognized for its diversity and high levels of endemism in Cactaceae.”
“The vegetation includes 3-8 meters (m) - high thorn scrubs with the following dominant families: Cactaceae, Leguminosae, and Capparidaceae (Huber 1997).”
“Cactaceae (Trichocereus and Cereus) and Bromeliacea (Dyckia, Deuterochonia, Tillandsia) are more abundant in the northern part of this ecoregion.”
“The most important plant component of this Ecoregion is the several species of Cactaceae which act as important resources for local fauna.”
“SHABBIR, M. and ZAMAN, A. (1968) Chemical investigation of the flowers of Opuntia elatior (Cactaceae).”
“MOYNA, P. and RAMOS, G. (1975) Cactaceae mucilage composition.”
“Quite unlike anything in the Old World were such cultivated plants as the Cactaceae, the capsicum peppers, and the manioc from which cassava is made.”
“Cactaceae belong almost entirely to the New World; but some of the Opuntias have been so long distributed over certain parts of”
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