Chloranthaceae


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Noun1.Chloranthaceae - small family of tropical herbs and shrubs and trees
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
Chloranthus, genus Chloranthus - type genus of the Chloranthaceae
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Sarcandraglabra Nakai, colloquially known as Caoshanhu, is a medical Chloranthaceae herb growing in southern China (Pan et al.
Chromosome numbers in Adoxaceae, Chloranthaceae, Cupressaceae, Juncaceae, Poaceae.
Composiçáo taxonômica Z o n a II I P1 P2 P1 P2 MAGNOLIOPHYTA AP Alchornea + Annonaceae + + Apocynaceae + + + + Aquifoliaceae (Ilex) + + Arecaceae + + + Bignoniaceae + + Boraginaceae + + Calliandra + Caprifoliaceae (Sambucus) + + Celtis + + Clethraceae + Chloranthaceae + Cunoniaceae + Euphorbiaceae + + + + Dalechampia + Fabaceae + + + Flacourticaceae + + Lauraceae + + + Loranthaceae + + Magnoliaceae + Malvaceae + Meliaceae + + + Mimosaceae + + Moraceae-Urticaceae + + Myrsinaceae (Rapanea) + + + Myrtaceae + + + Sapindaceae + + + Sapotaceae + Solanaceae + + Tiliaceae + + Trema + Ulmaceae + NAP Apiaceae + + Astemceae + + + + Brassicaceae + Cereales (cf.
f AY095456 Chloranthales Chloranthaceae Chloranthus multistachys S.
2007), Trimeniaceae (Endress, 2001b), Chloranthaceae (Endress, 1987; Kong et al.
The omission of Chloranthaceae from these studies is regrettable, because one might have found that primary xylem of Sarcandra stems lacks vessels, as suggested by the results of Bailey and Swamy (1950).
Morphological phylogenetic analysis of living and fossil Chloranthaceae.
Cupania, and Chloranthaceae in lowland areas (Barreda, 1997e, Barreda
undulatas Fowler & Turner [151] CHLORANTHALES Chloranthaceae Chloranthus spicatus [251] COMMELINALES Commelinaceae Cochliostema odoratissima [121] CORNALES Hydrangeaceae Philadelphus coronarius L.
Asteropollis, and Hammenia of the Chloranthaceae family, are the same as
It was originally described as Ascarina alticola in Chloranthaceae (Schlechter, 1907), but Baker (1921) placed it in its own genus, Paracryphia, and classified it within Eucryphiaceae.