Plants with quinones, naphthoquinones and anthraquinones

Maesa perlarius, Myrsinaceae, plant with flowers

Striga asiatica, Scrophulariaceae, plant with flowers, parasite on sorghum

Drosera rotundifolia, sundew, Droseraceae, plant

Juglans nigra, black walnut, Juglandaceae, trees with fruits

Diospyros virginiana, persimmon, Ebenaceae, plant with fruits

Tabebuia chrysantha, Bignoniaceae, tree with flowers

Tectona grandis, teak, Verbenaceae, tree in bloom, flower, wood

Aloe arborescens, aloe, Liliaceae, plant in bloom

Polygonum orientale, Polygonaceae, plant with inflorescences

Rhamnus frangula, Rhamnaceae, flowers, fruits

Cassia marilandica, partridge pea, Fabaceae, flowers

Hypericum perforatum, Klamath weed or St. John's Wort, Clusiaceae (Hypericaceae), plants with flowers

Fagopyrum esculentum, buckwheat, Polygonaceae, flowers and seeds

Catalpa bignonioides, flowers, catalpa, Bignoniaceae

Rubia tinctoria, madder, Rubiaceae, plants and roots

Morinda citrifolia, Rubiaceae, flowers and fruit

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