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  • proper n. A taxonomic family within the order Apiales — the carrots or umbellifers, also called Umbelliferae.


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Apium +‎ -aceae


  • Both plants come from the family of the Apiaceae. esperanza


  • Other plant genera with species confined to the páramo environment are Micropleura, Niphogetum and Perissocaelum and Cotopaxia (Apiaceae).

    Santa Marta páramo

  • Epizoochorous plants tend to be herbaceous plants, with many representative species in the families Apiaceae and Asteraceae [12].

    Seed dispersal

  • Anise seed (Pimpinella anisum) is a member of the Apiaceae (Parsley) Family.

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

    Atacama desert

  • A member of the family Apiaceae, which also contains parsley, dill, coriander, carrot, cumin, anise and celery, the resin of asafoetida is obtained by bleeding the thick, milky juice present in the stems of the plant.

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  • "Aliphatic C17-polyacetylenes of the falcarinol type as potential health promoting compounds in food plants of the Apiaceae family."

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  • However, the parsley family (Apiaceae) is one of the most diverse and confusing plant families in the region, and Lewis could not be sure that the men would not bring back some other poisonous species not well known to the

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

  • Both anise and fennel belong to the Apiaceae family.

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  • Apiaceae, native to western Asia, Europe and Northern Africa. (

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