Piperaceae


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Noun1.Piperaceae - tropical woody vines and herbaceous plants having aromatic herbage and minute flowers in spikelets
dicot family, magnoliopsid family - family of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
order Piperales, Piperales - Piperaceae; Saururaceae; Chloranthaceae
genus Piper, Piper - type genus of the Piperaceae: large genus of chiefly climbing tropical shrubs
genus Peperomia - large genus of small tropical usually succulent herbs
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2007) found that Verhuellia, a genus with three species endemic in Cuba and Hispaniola, is sister to the rest of the Piperaceae (Wanke et al.
Araceae, Cecropiaceae, Piperaceae, and ferns) and a few small pieces of dried vine, and were relatively bulky (exterior dimensions: 26.
Os morcegos frugivoros podem se alimentar de frutos de especies pioneiras de plantas pertencentes as familias Urticaceae, Moraceae, Piperaceae, Solanaceae, entre outras.
There are over 1,000 species in the Piperaceae family, the most significant being those that bear the Indian and Javanese long pepper, the cubeb pepper, and of course the almighty peppercorn.
The Eucalyptus plantations were sampled between ages 4-5, and are characterized by an understory of annual plants (including many Asteraceae, Rubiaceae, Piperaceae, Poaceae, and Cyperaceae), lianas (e.
Dominant plant families in the area include: Lauraceae, Rubiaceae, Melastomataceae, Araliaceae, Arecaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Myrtaceae, Piperaceae and Solanaceae, and within the vascular epiphytes Orchidaceae has more than 120 species.
2002), Ceratophyllaceae (Endress, 2001b, 2004), some Winteraceae (Igersheim & Endress, 1997), Piperaceae (Tucker, 1984; Tucker et al.
Fishtail palm Cocos nucifera L Coconut Piperaceae Piper porphyroneuria Rutaceae Citrus microcarpa Bunge Chinese orange Sabiaceae Meliosma sp.
Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae of epiphytic and terrestrial Piperaceae under field and greenhouse conditions.