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Related to Podocarpaceae: Cupressaceae, Araucariaceae, Podocarps
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Noun1.Podocarpaceae - gymnosperms with simple persistent needlelike or scalelike leaves
gymnosperm family - a family of gymnosperms
Coniferales, order Coniferales - profusely branching and chiefly evergreen trees and some shrubs having narrow or needlelike leaves
genus Podocarpus, Podocarpus - evergreen trees or shrubs; sometimes classified as member of the family Taxaceae
Afrocarpus, genus Afrocarpus - dioecious evergreen trees or shrubs; equatorial to southern and southeastern Africa: yellowwood; similar to trees or genus Podocarpus
Dacrycarpus, genus Dacrycarpus - evergreen coniferous shrubs or trees of New Zealand to Malaysia and Philippines
Dacrydium, genus Dacrydium - Australasian evergreen trees or shrubs
Falcatifolium, genus Falcatifolium - sickle pines: dioecious evergreen tropical trees and shrubs having sickle-shaped leaves; similar to Dacrycarpus in habit; Malaysia and Philippines to New Guinea and New Caledonia
genus Halocarpus, Halocarpus - dioecious trees or shrubs of New Zealand; similar in habit to Dacrydium
genus Lagarostrobus, Lagarostrobus - genus of dioecious evergreen trees of New Zealand and Tasmania; similar to genus Dacrydium
genus Lepidothamnus, Lepidothamnus - small usually shrubby conifers
genus Microstrobos, Microstrobos - 2 species of small evergreen shrubs of Australia and Tasmania
genus Nageia, Nageia - small genus of Asian evergreen trees having columnar crowns and distinguished by leaves lacking a midrib; eastern Asia including India and Philippines and New Guinea
genus Parasitaxus, Parasitaxus - one species: parasite yew
genus Prumnopitys, Prumnopitys - mostly dioecious evergreen conifers; leaves are softer than in Podocarpus
genus Retrophyllum, Retrophyllum - small genus of tropical evergreen dioecious shrubs or trees of Oceania and tropical South America
genus Saxegothea, genus Saxe-gothea, Saxegothea, Saxe-gothea - one species: Prince Albert's yew
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Wood anatomy of Colombian Podocarpaceae (Podocarpus, Prumnopitys and Retrophyllum).
It occurs widely on Diaoluo Mountain, Wuzhi Mountain, Jianfengling, Limuling, and Bawanling above 700-1300 m and is represented by Dacrydium pierrei of the Podocarpaceae, Syzygium araiocladum of the Myrtaceae, Lithocarpus fenzeliaus of the Fagaceae, Pentaphylax euryoides of the Pentaphylacaceae, and Altingia obovata of the Hamamelidaceae.
del desvio de la Ruta Nacional 34 camino a Valle Grande, borde de selva con dominancia de Myrtaceae, Podocarpaceae y Meliaceae, 1620 m s.
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).
Native (a, d, e, f, g) Podocarpaceae Podocarpus macrophyllus Exotic (Thunb.
Paleontological data indicate that the expansion of Nothofagaceae and bamboo (Chusquea), as well as associated micro- to mesothermal families such as Podocarpaceae and Araucariaceae, in Patagonia date from the Middle Eocene-Early Oligocene (cf.
Los componentes floristicos mas comunes en ambos bosques pertenecen a las familias Rubiacea, Campanulaceae, Acanthaceae, Picramniaceae, Piperaceae, Arecaceae, Rutaceae, Apocynaceae, Elaeocarpaceae, Cunoniaceae, Cecropiaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Moraceae, Meliaceae, Bombacaceae, Podocarpaceae, Bromeliaceae, Orchidaceae, Araceae, Bignoniaceae y Convolvulaceae (Grande Allende, comunicacion personal).
Rubiaceae (40,4), Cunoniaceae (37,2), Podocarpaceae (27,5) y Melastomataceae (23,1) presentaron el mayor IVF.
Warm climate in the late Miocene of the south coast of Alaska and the occurrence of Podocarpaceae pollen.
Se han reconocido semillas comestibles como Bromus mango/unioloides y dos tipos de Poaceae y otras ingresadas con items comestibles como Aristotelia chilensis, Gevuina avellana, Podocarpaceae y Peumus boldus (Marifilo-1, nivel alfarero).
Prumnopitys andina, the most suitable name for this plant species belonging to the Podocarpaceae family, should prevail over Podocarpus andina or Prumnopitys spicata (see MILL & Quinn 2001).
Es un bosque siempre verde, mixto irregular, densamente cerrado, muy rico en las especies de la familias Laureaceae, Euphorbiacea, Myrtaceae, y endemicamente la Podocarpaceae.