Aspleniaceae


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Noun1.Aspleniaceae - one of a number of families into which Polypodiaceae has been subdivided in some classification systemsAspleniaceae - one of a number of families into which Polypodiaceae has been subdivided in some classification systems; includes genera Asplenium, Pleurosorus, Schaffneria
fern family - families of ferns and fern allies
Filicales, order Filicales, order Polypodiales, Polypodiales - true (leptosporangiate) ferns
Asplenium, genus Asplenium - in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae
Camptosorus, genus Camptosorus - classification used in some especially former systems for plants usually placed in genus Asplenium
genus Pleurosorus, Pleurosorus - small genus comprising terrestrial ferns; found in Chile and Spain and Morocco and Australia and New Zealand
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The richest families were: Fabaceae (eight species), Melastomataceae (six species), Aspleniaceae and Poaceae (five species each), Peraceae and Rubiaceae (four species each).
3 Hymenophyllaceae Polyphlebium angustatum (Carmich.) Ebihara 3 & Dubuisson Aspleniaceae Asplenium gastonis Fee 3 Thelypteridaceae Amauropelta stierii (Rosenst.) Salino & 2 T.E.Almeida Athyriaceae Deparia petersenii (Kunze) M.Kato 2 Polypodiaceae Serpocaulon catharinae (Langsd.
Keciboynuzu, Kecibuynuzu Ceterach Aspleniaceae Altin otu, Mayasil otu officinarum DC.
Taxon Especies FC Hj Ch Pa NR PTERIDOPHYTAS Aspleniaceae Asplenium triphyllum C.
These families, together with Aspleniaceae (11 spp.), Thelypteridaceae (9 spp.) and Blechnaceae (8 spp.), include approximately the 70% of the observed species in the studied areas.
Con respecto a los rangos de familia y menores, el tiempo tambien ha derivado en un aumento notable de su conocimiento filogenetico, lo que ha llevado asociados cambios taxonomicos bastante significativos, sobre todo, y logicamente, en familias grandes tales como Aspleniaceae, Athyriaceae, Blechnaceae, Dryopteridaceae, Polypodiaceae, Pteridaceae y Thelypteridaceae (Schneider et al.
Germination and reproductive biology in salty conditions of Asplenium marinum (Aspleniaceae), a European coastal fern.
These covered the genera Pteris (Adiantaceae) Asplenium (Aspleniaceae) Aglaonema Alocasia Caladium Dieffenbachia Monstera and Philodendron (Araceae) Schefflera (Araliaceae) Oxalis (Oxalidaceae) and Licuala Kentia Livistona (Arecaceae).