Capparidaceae

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Noun1.Capparidaceae - a dilleniid dicot family of the order Rhoeadales that includes: genera Capparis, Cleome, Crateva, and Polanisia
dilleniid dicot family - family of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
order Papaverales, order Rhoeadales, Papaverales, Rhoeadales - an order of dicotyledonous plants
Capparis, genus Capparis - tropical or subtropical evergreen shrubs or small trees
genus Cleome, Cleome - tropical and subtropical annual or perennial herbs or low shrubs
Crateva, genus Crateva - tropical genus of small trees or shrubs
genus Polanisia, Polanisia - widely distributed herbs having palmate leaves and creamy white to or pink to magenta flowers with many stamens of unequal length
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Capparis spinosa belongs to the family capparaceae, which comprises 33 genera and 700 species, most of which are herbs, small shrubs and trees, found frequently in the tropical and subtropical regions with an aired climate of hemisphere.
2012), y son las Leguminosae, Bignoniaceae, Sapindaceae y Capparaceae las familias con mayor diversidad en estos bosques en Colombia.
belongs to the Capparaceae family, and is popularly known by the names trapia, cabaceira, pau-de-alho, and tapia, among others.
Buis des baleares-Azazer Cactaceae Opuntia ficus indica L Figuier de barbarie - lhendia Capparaceae Capparis spinosa L.
Las otras familias mejor representadas en el indice IF fueron Zygophyllaceae, Rhamnaceae, Anacardiaceae, Verbenaceae, Asteraceae y Capparaceae (Fig.
Capparaceae Colicodendron Sapote scabridum (Kunth) Seem.
Aproximadamente el 20% del area total esta cubierta por vegetacion en estado de sucesion mas avanzado, donde las familias vegetales mas representativas son Capparaceae, Bignonaceae, Sapindaceae, Fabaceae y Moraceae; destacandose especies como Hura crepitans, Enterolobium cyclocarpum, Brosimum alicastrum, Capparis frondosa, Melicoccus bijugatus, Coursetia ferruginea.
La vegetacion lenosa esta dominada por especies de la familia de las Fabaceae y se encuentran tambien representadas especies de las siguientes familias: Anacardiaceae, Burseraceae, Myrtaceae, Sapindaceae y Capparaceae (modificado a partir de Pennington et al.
The size of Brassicaceae (3710 species) and Capparaceae (480) and their wide range of ecological distribution provide a much better material for understanding wood evolution than an assemblage of species with stereotyped habitat preferences.
Rest 34% Poaceae 14% Asteraceae 13% Fabaceae 12% Amaranthaceae 6% Brassicaceae 5% Boraginaceae 4% Capparaceae 3% convolvulaceae 3% Zygophyllaceae 3% Scrophulariaceae 3% Fig.