The spinach family
Spinach belongs to the vascular plant phylum, and the amaranth family of flowering plants.
it belong to a succulent plant specie.
Tracheophyta (vascular plants) Spinach belongs to the plant family Amaranthaceae, formerly Chenopodiaceae.
Carrots (Daucus carota) belong to the Apiaceae family.
Brassica plant belongs to family Brassicaceae (Cruciferare).
From a family of rabbits
It belongs to grass family.
It's in the rose family (Rosaceae).
Is a member of the Pedaliaceae family.
The daisy is from a family called Asteraceae.
Roses belong to the plant kingdom in the family Rosaceae.
Spinach is a plant with many cells.
Sunflower belongs to the family Asteraceae (Compositae).
Your common watermelon belongs to the family Cucurbitaceae
I believe that hibiscus belong to the MALVACEAE familY.
Spinach is a long day plant
spinach is a plant, but we eat the leaves mainly
The pitcher plant belongs to the Sarracenia Family. :)
Lamiaceae - the mint family
The cotton plant belongs to the genus Gossypium of the family Malvaceae
The squash belongs to the gourd family - Cucurbitaceae in latin.
The potato is related to nightshade
Formally Agonis fragrans, now Taxandria fragrans part of the Myrtaceae family
Nicotiana is the genus name for the plant Nicotiana, it belongs to the family Solonaceae
no, spinach is a vegetable.
They belong to the plant family Cactaceae within the order Caryophyllales.
spinach is in the reen leafy vegetables family
spinach and lettuce are not proper family names. spinach is in the goosefoot family and lettuce is in the composite family. arugula is actually in the mustard family.
The Ocimum tenuiflorum, Holy Basil (Tulsi) is from the Lamiaceae family.
Solanaceae - like tomatoes and potatoes.
Mung seeds belong to plant kingdom, family- Fabaceae and genus-Phaseolus
Spinach is a plant. So they do have chloroplasts
I think its spinach I'm not sure
No. Spinach is in the Chenopodiaceae family while lettuce is in the Compositae family of vegetables.
Mistletoe is in the Viscacea and Loranthacea plant families.
Mangoes belong to the same plant family poison ivy
From the leaves of the plant. Most of the spinach plant can be used but most people pick and eat just the leaves.
yes it is non vascular Clover belong to a flowering plant family Fabaceae hence it is a vascular plant.
Spinach is an edible flowering plant.
Bamboo is indeed a grass plant. It belongs to the Family Poacea where all other grasses belong.
Kingdom:Plantae(unranked):Angiosperms(unranked):Eudicots(unranked):Core eudicotsOrder:CaryophyllalesFamily:Amaranthaceae, formerly ChenopodiaceaeGenus:SpinaciaSpecies:S. oleracea
Aloe Vera belongs to the family Xanthorrhoeaceae. This plant is known for its healing properties, especially its ability to relieve the sting of sunburn.
onion is angiospermic monocot plant belong to lilliaceace family
solanum, same as tomatoes tabaco and eggplants
Spinach grows from seeds. The part of the plant you eat is the leaves. When the plant flowers the flowers produce seeds to plant and start new plants.
Spinach plant's male part is stamen in the flower. Spinach has bisexual flowers.
Spinach is a leaf vegetable (a flowering plant) and grows on the ground.
Termites are eusocial insects. They are part of the Isoptera family of insects. They like to eat dead plant material.
"Broccoli (from the Italian plural of broccolo, referring to "the flowering top of a cabbage") is a plant of the cabbage family Brassicaceae"