Meliaceae


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Noun1.Meliaceae - tropical trees and shrubs including many important timber and ornamental treesMeliaceae - tropical trees and shrubs including many important timber and ornamental trees
rosid dicot family - a family of dicotyledonous plants
Geraniales, order Geraniales - an order of plants of subclass Rosidae including geraniums and many other plants; see Euphorbiaceae; Geraniaceae; Rutaceae; Malpighiaceae; Simaroubaceae; Meliaceae; Zygophyllaceae; Tropaeolaceae
mahogany tree, mahogany - any of various tropical timber trees of the family Meliaceae especially the genus Swietinia valued for their hard yellowish- to reddish-brown wood that is readily worked and takes a high polish
genus Melia, Melia - type genus of the Meliaceae: East Indian and Australian deciduous trees with leaves resembling those of the ash
Azadirachta, genus Azadirachta - genus of large important East Indian trees: neem trees
Cedrela, genus Cedrela - tropical American trees
Chloroxylon, genus Chloroxylon - deciduous trees of India and Sri Lanka
Entandrophragma, genus Entandrophragma - cedar mahogany trees
Flindersia, genus Flindersia - small genus of Australian timber trees
genus Khaya, Khaya - African mahogany trees
genus Lansium - a dicotyledonous genus of the family Meliaceae
genus Lovoa, Lovoa - genus of African timber trees
genus Swietinia, Swietinia - tropical American mahogany trees
genus Toona, Toona - formerly included in genus Cedrela
genus Turreae - genus of trees and shrubs of tropical Africa and Asia and Australia
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They were given 150 seeds of Melia volkensii (Mukau), an East African indigenous tree species in the plant family Meliaceae (Mahogany).
Quanto a origem dos taxons encontrados, tem-se que a grande regiao floristica amazonica provavelmente seja o berco de diversas familias endemicas da Zona Neotropical, dando inicio a uma dispersao floristica de amplitude pantropical, como e o caso de Sapotaceae, Meliaceae e Malvaceae, e de familias com origem filogenetica comprovada por fosseis encontrados em depositos do Cretaceo e Terciario, dentre as quais esta Fabaceae.
Toxicidad de extractos acuosos de Meliaceae en Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae).
One of the reasons for the introduction of African mahogany in Brazil is its resistance to one of the main pests that attacks the native mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla King), named meliaceae shoot borer (Hypsipyla grandella Zeller - Lepidoptera: Pyralidae ), whose larvae destroy the apical region of the host plant and cause deformation and scraping, resulting in wood depreciation (Newton et al.
Tulipancillo Malvaceae Robinsonella Majagua mirandae blanca Gomez Pompa Meliaceae Cedrela odorata L.
Previous phylogenetic studies of the Meliaceae based on cpDNA resulted in polytomies (Muellner et al.
The most representative families showed the following richness in number of species: Fabaceae (13), 16%; Myrtaceae (8), 8%; Meliaceae (5), 6%; the Arecaceae (4), Bignoniaceae (4) and Euphorbiaceaae (4), each 5%; and the Lauraceae (3), Rutaceae (3), Salicaceae (3) and Sapindaceae (3), each 3%.
medio media Phyllanthaceae Hieronyma Licurana 184 35 10 alchorneoides Melastomataceae Miconia Jacatirao 38 31 11 cinnamomifolia Lauraceae Nectandra Canela- 29 35 13 membranAcea branca Euphorbiaceae Alchornea Tanheiro 29 36 10 triplinervia Fabaceae Schizolobium Guarapuvu 8 48 14 parahyba Lauraceae Nectandra Canela- 17 33 9 oppositifolia garuva Meliaceae Cabralea Cangerana 11 41 7,7 canjerana Meliaceae Cedrela fissilis Cedro 4 48 13 Lauraceae Ocotea puberula Canela- 5 41 14 sebo Fabaceae Centrolobium sp.
Meliaceae plants are used in ecologically-based production systems, and their use has been highlighted in studies about pest population control.
Anacardiaceae Alto 20 Guarea glabra Vahl Meliaceae Alto 620 Cryosophila stauracantha Arecaceae Bajo 900 (Heynh.
1-3) The leaves and fruits of this member of the Meliaceae family have been found to exhibit anthelmintic and antifeedant activity toward insects.