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Noun1.Guttiferae - widely distributed family of chiefly tropical trees and shrubs and vines that produce oils and resins and some usable timber
dilleniid dicot family - family of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
Hypericales, order Hypericales, order Parietales, Parietales - a large order of dicotyledonous plants of subclass Dilleniidae
Calophyllum, genus Calophyllum - genus of tropical evergreen trees
genus Clusia - tropical American aromatic trees or shrubs; often epiphytic; some stranglers
Garcinia, genus Garcinia - evergreen trees and shrubs: mangosteens
genus Hypericum, Hypericum - large almost cosmopolitan genus of evergreen or deciduous shrubs and herbs with often showy yellow flowers; cosmopolitan except tropical lowlands and Arctic or high altitudes and desert regions
genus Mammea, Mammea - American and Asiatic trees having edible one-seeded fruit
genus Mesua, Mesua - genus of tropical Asiatic trees having large solitary flowers
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This compound belongs to the class of polycyclic polyisoprenylated benzophenones, which is a group of secondary metabolites of the Guttiferae family (Camargo et al.
Nahar (Mesua ferrea) is a species in the family Guttiferae (Clusiaceae).
Family Scientific name Number of nests Lauraceae Alseodaphne semecarpifolia 2 Bombacaceae Cullenia excelsa 1 Bombax ceiba 2 Combretaceae Terminaba bellerica 3 Datiscaceae Tetrameles nudiflora 1 Myrtaceae Unidentified 1 Guttiferae Carcinia sp.
Bitter kola (Garcinia kola Heckel) belongs to the family Guttiferae which is a tree that grows well in the coastal rainforest of the Southwestern and Southeastern Nigeria.
The ten best-represented plant families are Dipterocarpaceae, with 40 species, Euphorbiaceae 36 species, Rubiaceae 35 species, Myrtaceae 26 species, Fabaceae 21 species, Lauraceae 20 species, Melastomataceae 20 species, Guttiferae 19 species, Moraceae 14 species, and Arecaceae 14 species.
PPAPs are characteristic secondary metabolites of the Clusiaceae or Guttiferae family, which comprise about 250 species distributed from southern Florida to southern Brazil.