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Noun1.Elaeocarpus - type genus of the family ElaeocarpaceaeElaeocarpus - type genus of the family Elaeocarpaceae
dilleniid dicot genus - genus of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
Elaeocarpaceae, elaeocarpus family, family Elaeocarpaceae - genus of trees and shrubs widely distributed in warm regions some yielding useful timber; in some classifications included in the family Santalaceae
Brisbane quandong, Elaeocarpus grandis, silver quandong tree, blue fig, quandong tree, quandong - Australian tree having hard white timber and glossy green leaves with white flowers followed by one-seeded glossy blue fruit
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myrianthus Hemsley Elaeocarpaccae * Elaeocarpus japonicus 5 Siebold & Zuccarini Oxalidacoae Oxalis corniculata L.
This range is also well marked by the occurrence of pollen originating from riparian vegetation which is Elaeocarpus and Eugenia.
polyanthemos, Pomaderris aspera, Elaeocarpus reticulatus, Hakea eriantha, Acacia dealbata, A.
Woodcock DW, Dos Santos G, Taylor D (2000) The Buttressed Blue Marble Tree: Wood and Growth Characteristics of Elaeocarpus angus-tifolius (Elaeocarpaceae) Annals of Botany 85: 1-6.
Notably, the Kaviraj also used the plant in combination with Nigella sativa, Allium cepa, Wedelia chinensis, Phyllanthus emblica, Myristica fragrans, Cinnamomum verum, Syzygium aromaticum, Santalum album, and Elaeocarpus lucidus for treatment of low semen volume and low sperm density.
Quercus grifithi, Duabanga grandiflora, Terminalia indica, AR-I Medziphema (412) Mesua ferra, Bombax ceiba, Elaeocarpus spp.
Adventitious root initiation, plasticity, and response to plant growth regulator treatments of seedling, juvenile, and adult Elaeocarpus hookerianus plants.
1999), os Thaumastocorinae utilizam como hospedeiros diversas dicotiledoneas, incluindo especies de Eucalyptus (Myrtaceae), Banksia (Protaceae), Acacia (Fabaceae) e Elaeocarpus (Elaeocarpaceae).
Besides Castanopsis itself, which produces prolific quantities of small nuts, Bulmer and Bulmer (1964: 69) list a number of other trees with edible nuts and seeds, including Elaeocarpus, Sloanea, Finschia, Sterculia and especially Pandanus .
Other flowers that were used by one or the other species of flying fox during this study include: Cocos nucifera (Arecaceae), Ceiba pentandra (Bombacaceae), Elaeocarpus ulianus (Elaeocarpaceae), Samanea saman (Fabaceae/Leguminosae), Barringtonia asiatica (Lecythidaceae), Syzygium dealatum (Myrtaceae), Eria robusta, Guettarda speciosa (Rubiaceae), and Neonauclea forsteri (Rubiaceae) (Appendix).