caesalpinoid

caesalpinoid

(sɛzˈælpɪnˌɔɪd) or

caesalpiniaceous

adj
(Botany) of, relating to, or belonging to the Caesalpinoideae, a mainly tropical subfamily of leguminous plants that have irregular flowers: includes carob, senna, brazil, cassia, and poinciana
[from New Latin Caesalpinia type genus, named after Andrea Cesalpino (1519–1603), Italian botanist]
References in periodicals archive ?
Most caesalpinoids and mimosoids present wet stigma (see Fig.
Buzz-pollinated caesalpinoids, such as Cassia grandis (present study) and other members of the subtribe Cassiinae, tribe Cassieae (Dulberger et al.
Interestingly, even in caesalpinoids, which have no grouped pollen grains, orifices and furrows on the stigma may be related to the large size of pollen grains, ranging from 50 [micro]m in Caesalpinia echinata (Teixeira et al.