Cupressaceae


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Noun1.Cupressaceae - cypresses and junipers and many cedarsCupressaceae - cypresses and junipers and many cedars
gymnosperm family - a family of gymnosperms
Coniferales, order Coniferales - profusely branching and chiefly evergreen trees and some shrubs having narrow or needlelike leaves
cedar, cedar tree - any of numerous trees of the family Cupressaceae that resemble cedars
Cupressus, genus Cupressus - type genus of Cupressaceae
Athrotaxis, genus Athrotaxis - a genus of gymnosperm
Austrocedrus, genus Austrocedrus - one species; formerly included in genus Libocedrus
Callitris, genus Callitris - evergreen monoecious coniferous trees or shrubs: cypress pines
Calocedrus, genus Calocedrus - tall evergreens of western North America and eastern Asia; formerly included in genus Libocedrus
Chamaecyparis, genus Chamaecyparis - a genus of Chamaecyparis
Cryptomeria, genus Cryptomeria - Japanese cedar; sugi
genus Libocedrus, Libocedrus - cypresses that resemble cedars
redwood family, subfamily Taxodiaceae, Taxodiaceae - coniferous trees; traditionally considered an independent family though recently included in Cupressaceae in some classification systems
genus Metasequoia - genus of deciduous conifers comprising both living and fossil forms; 1 extant species: dawn redwood of China; variously classified as member of Pinaceae or Taxodiaceae
genus Sequoia - redwoods; until recently considered a genus of a separate family Taxodiaceae
sequoia, redwood - either of two huge coniferous California trees that reach a height of 300 feet; sometimes placed in the Taxodiaceae
genus Sequoiadendron, Sequoiadendron - giant sequoias; sometimes included in the genus Sequoia; until recently placed in the Taxodiaceae
genus Taxodium, Taxodium - bald cypress; swamp cypress
genus Thuja, Thuja - red cedar
genus Thujopsis, Thujopsis - one species; has close similarity to genus Thuja
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Except for the Taxodiaceae and Cupressaceae, in which there is considerable variation from genus to genus, modern families are clearly distinguished by their seed cone structure.
La zona de estudio esta caracterizada por la presencia de grandes parques, como Dehesa de la Villa, Casa de Campo, Parque del Oeste, todos ellos relativamente cercanos al campus universitario, donde predominan como arboles ornamentales diferentes especies de Cupressaceae, Platanus, Populus, Ulmus, Pinus, Celtis, Gleditsia, Sophora, entre otros.
Fleshy animal-dispersed cones are present in all five species of North American Taxaceae and all 13 species of Juniperus (Cupressaceae), but are absent in the remaining Cupressaceae (8 genera, 17 species) and in the North American Pinaceae (6 genera, 64 species) (Givnish, 1980; Adams, 1993).
The same applies to ruminate storage tissues of gymnospermous seeds, as reported for Araucariaceae (Coulter & Chamberlain, 1910), Gnetaceae (Schnarf, 1933), Phyllocladaceae (Coulter & Chamberlain, 1910), Taxaceae (Oliver, 1902; Coulter & Land, 1905; Lotsy, 1911), and, less pronounced, Cupressaceae, Ephedraceae, and Cephalotaxaceae (Tamamshjan, 1951).
Plants, such as the Pinaceae and Cupressaceae species (Pinuspatula, Cupressus lusitanica Miller) that corresponds to the predominant vegetation in this areawere recognized as possible sources of propolis (Meneses et al.
Coloquinte-Taferzizte Cupressaceae Juniperus oxycedrus L.
Encino blanco Fagales Fagaceae Alnus jorulensis Aile Fagales Betulaceas Juniperus monticola Sabino de Coniferales Cupressaceae castilla Cupressus lusitanica Cedro blanco Pinales Cupressaceae TABLA 2.
Otherwise, there are a lot of families with only one species in that area as Aquifoliaceae, Araliaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Cupressaceae, Ericaceae, Hypericaceae, Orobanchaceae, Oxalidaceae, Pinaceae, Plantaginaceae, Plumbaginaceae, Polygalaceae, Pyrolaceae, Rhamnaceae, Salicaceae, Saxifragaceae, Taxaceae, Urticaceae and Valerianaceae.
De esas ocho familias, la unica que posee distribucion cosmopolita es la Cupressaceae Bartling, mientras familias como las Araucariaceae Henkel y Podocarpaceae Endlicher, se encuentran practicamente restringidas al hemisferio sur (Dutra e Stranz, 2007; Farjon, 2010).
Pinguica Boragineaceae Ehretia tinifolia Naranjo agrio Rutaceae Citrus auranlium Cipres comun Cupressaceae Cupressus sempervirens Palma abanico Arecaceae Washingtonia robusta Arbol del fuego Fabaceae Delonix regia Nim Meliaceae Azadirachta indica Yucaieco Moraceae Ficus nitida Nombre Origen Frecuencia % Benjamina India 4S.