3 edition of Olacaceae found in the catalog.
by Published for Organization for Flora Neotropica by the New York Botanical Garden in New York
Written in English
|Statement||by H.O. Sleumer.|
|Series||Flora neotropica,, monograph no. 38|
|LC Classifications||QK495.O35 S54 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||84004831|
This is a guide to the families of trees in this book, presenting in abbreviated form their principal features. Major families are described in greater detail later; smaller families are described only here. In this condensed treatment, comparison of families is made easy. 1,0 Olacaceae Ximenia americana Poaceae Poaceae 4,4 Polygonaceae Ruprechtia apetala Rhamnaceae Colletia spinosissima Condalia microphylla 6,0 Sarcomphalus mistol Sapindaceae Urvillea chacoensis Simaroubaceae Castela coccinea Solanaceae Lycium ciliatum Verbenaceae Aloysia gratissima 1,7 8,0 Lippia sp.
Attracting Hummingbirds to Your Garden Using Native Plants Black-chinned Hummingbird feeding on mountain larkspur, fireweed, and wild bergamot (clockwise from top). Olacaceae treatment for the Flore de Madagascar et des Comores, which was followed several years later by their description of a ninth Malagasy species (Cavaco & Keraudren ). Since the Flore, the only signiﬁ cant taxonomic work on the Malagasy species of Olax was carried out by Capuron (), in the form of an unpublished.
To 3m shrub, pale grey bark, purple-red branches with waxy bloom, yellowish-green/whitish fl Su-Au, yellow/red fruit, edible. Sow Sp. Zone Definition of olacaceae in the dictionary. Meaning of olacaceae. What does olacaceae mean? Information and translations of olacaceae in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
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Olacaceae. [London]: Published under the authority of the Minister for Overseas Development by the Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G Ll Lucas. Flora of Victoria Volume 4: Dicotyledons (Olacaceae To Asteraceae) (Vol 4) Hardcover – Ma by T J Entwisle (Author), N G Walsh (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: T J Entwisle, N G Walsh.
About this book. This volume deals with the families Olacaceae (17 species in 10 genera present in the Guianas), Opiliaceae (two species), and Balanophoraceae (two genera with one species each).
Also included here is a section with wood anatomical characteristics for these three families. Directory Of Plants Containing Secondary Metabolites. DOI link for Directory Of Plants Containing Secondary Metabolites. Directory Of Plants Containing Secondary Metabolites book. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Olacaceae -- Classification. Botany -- Latin America -- Classification. Olacaceae. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Olacaceae R. (), nom. cons., emend. Nickrent et al. (); Schellenberg, Festschrift, Deut.
Bot. Gesellsch. 50a: – (); Sleumer, Blumea For general accounts see SOLEREDER (, ), METCALFE & CHALK (), REED () and BAAS et al. (, with full references to older literature). Leaf and wood anatomy of the Olacaceae are very diverse, but still support the concept of a natural family.
Zusammenfassung. Holzpflanzen mit wechselständigen, ganzrandigen Blättern, mit kleinen, meist zwittrigen Blüten. Kelch meist klein, 3–6zähnig; Krone 3–6zählig, frei- oder verwachsenblättrig; Staubblätter oft in gleicher oder doppelter Zahl wie die Kronblätter; Fruchtknoten in der Regel oberständig, oft unvollständig gefächert, mit wenigen Samenanlagen mit 0, 1 oder 2 Integumenten.
Prior to the advent of molecular data, the circumscription of the family Olacaceae varied widely between different authorities. Among these various classifications, about 30 genera were included in the family. 15 genera are recognized for Olacaceae by the Germplasm Resources Information Network. The phylogenetic investigation published in recovered seven clades that were well-supported by.
The book contains descriptions of all currently recognised flowering plant families, morphological notes for genera (all current genera for / families) and over images and. Other articles where Olacaceae is discussed: Santalales: Families: Olacaceae is another tropical woody family of 14 genera and about species of trees, shrubs, and lianas.
Although many members may not appear parasitic (they are considered hemiparasites), they have haustorial connections to their hosts. Members of Olacaceae produce rather large nuts, often with.
This book continues as volume 4 of a multi-compendium on Edible Medicinal and Non-Medicinal Plants. It covers edible fruits/seeds used fresh or processed, as vegetables, spices, stimulants, edible oils and beverages. It encompasses selected species from the following families: Fagaceae, Grossulariaceae, Hypoxidaxeae, Myrsinaceae Olacaceae, Oleaceae, Orchidaceae, Oxalidaceae, 5/5(1).
Olacaceae "Olacaceae" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject Headings). Descriptors are arranged in a hierarchical structure, which enables searching at various levels of specificity.
1. Introduction. Malania oleifera Chun & S.K. Lee is a tree species in the monotypic genus Malania, family Olacaceae (Qiu and Gilbert, ).It is endemic to very restricted areas in western Guangxi Province and southeastern Yunnan Province, China.
The tree can grow up to 20 m in height and produces fruits containing a single large seed (ca. 9 g per fresh seed; Lü et al., b). Olacaceae References Note: these references are to the family in the strict sense.
Agarwal S. Morphological and embryological studies in the family Olacaceae. Olax L. Phytomorphology Anonymous. Notes on the biology and phytogeography of W.A.
plants: part 1. Olacaceae. Olacaceae in Kew Science Plants of the World online. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the internet.
Accessed: May Olacaceae is one of such medicinal plants that is often used in folk medicine mostly for giving relief from inflammatory pain.
Pain is a discomfort feeling caused as a result of disease or injury. Olacaceae contains antinociceptive properties, which suggests its ability of blocking the detection of a painful stimulus caused by sensory neurons.
A new species is described and illustrated in the previously monotypic genus Brachynema (Olacaceae). Brachynema axillare is known from the base of Sierra de la Neblina in southern Venezuela and.
Since seeds in the Krameriaceae, Olacaceae, Santalaceae and Orobanchaceae do not have a palisade layer of macroscelerids in the seed coat (Corner, ), they do not have of the Krameriaceae have large investing embryos and no endosperm (Martin, ); therefore, delayed germination in this family would be due to gh seeds of Scrophulariaceae (Orobanchaceae) have endosperm.
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Santalaceae. Loranthaceae. Buxaceae. Euphorbiaceae. subfam Acalyphoideae. subfam 5/5(1).Overview Information Muira puama is a bush that grows in the Amazon region. The wood and root are used to make medicine.
Muira puama is used for sexual disorders, increasing sexual desire in.Olacaceae definition is - a family of tropical trees or shrubs (order Santalales) having simple leaves and small flowers with a one-celled ovary followed by a one-seeded fruit.