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Solanaceae

Nightshades
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Order: Solanales
Family: Solanaceae
Genera
Acnistus[?]
Anisodus[?]
Anthocercis[?]
Anthotroche[?]
Archiphysalis[?]
Althenaea[?]
Atropa (belladonna)
Atropanthe[?]
Benthamiella[?]
Bouchetia[?]
Brachistus[?]
Browallia[?]
Brugmansia[?]
Brunfelsia[?]
Calibrachoa[?]
Capsicum (chile peppers)
Cestrum[?]
Chamaesaracha[?]
Combera[?]
Crenidium[?]
Cuatresia[?]
Cyphanthera[?]
Cyphomandra[?]
Datura (jimsonweed)
Deprea[?]
Discopodium[?]
Duboisia[?]
Dunalia[?]
Dyssochroma[?]
Ectozma[?]
Exodeconus[?]
Fabiana[?]
Grabowskia[?]
Grammosolen[?]
Hawkesiophyton[?]
Heteranthia[?]
Hunzikeria[?]
Hyoscyamus[?]
Iochroma[?]
Jaborosa[?]
Jaltomata[?]
Juanulloa[?]
Latua[?]
Leptoglossis[?]
Leucophysalis[?]
Lycianthes[?]
Lycium[?]
Lycopersicon[?] (tomato)
Mandragora[?]
Margaranthus[?]
Markea[?]
Melananthus[?]
Mellissia[?]
Merinthopodium[?]
Metternichia[?]
Nectouxia[?]
Nicandra[?]
Nicotiana (tobacco)
Nierembergia[?]
Nothocestrum[?]
Oryctes[?]
Pantacantha[?]
Parabouchetia[?]
Pauia[?]
Petunia
Phrodus[?]
Physalis[?] (tomatillo)
Physochlaina[?]
Plowmania[?]
Protoschwenckia[?]
Przewalskia[?]
Quincula[?]
Rahowardiana[?]
Reyesia[?]
Salpichroa[?]
Salpiglossis[?]
Saracha[?]
Schizanthus[?]
Schultesianthus[?]
Schwenckia[?]
Sclerophylax[?]
Scopolia[?]
Sessea[?]
Sesseopsis[?]
Solandra[?]
Solanum (potato, eggplant)
Streptosolen[?]
Symonanthus[?]
Trianaea[?]
Triguera[?]
Tubocapsicum[?]
Vassobia[?]
Vestia[?]
Withania[?]
Witheringia[?]
Families of Flowering Plants (http://biodiversity.uno.edu/delta/angio/www/solanace.htm)
as of 2002-07-08

Nightshades (Family Solanaceae) is a family of dicots, many of which are poisonous, includes eggplant, nightshade, paprika, chile pepper, potato, tobacco, tomato, and petunia.

Synonyms and common names

Nightshade family



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