Musaceae


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Related to Musaceae: Ensete, Cannaceae
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Noun1.Musaceae - treelike tropical Asian herbsMusaceae - treelike tropical Asian herbs  
liliopsid family, monocot family - family of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
Musales, order Musales - tropical plants
genus Musa, Musa - type genus of the Musaceae: bananas
Ensete, genus Ensete - Old World tropical herbs: Abyssinian bananas
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At the Woodland site in 2013, fruit were exposed in 13 trees during 10 to 31 Jul: 30 apples (10 'Gala'; 20 'Golden Delicious'), 49 mangoes (20 'Ataulfo'; 29 'Kent'), 11 Mexican papayas (Carica papaya L.; Caricaceae), 9 plantains (Musa acuminata Colla; Musaceae), 18 bananas (M.
Sequence tagged microsatellite site (STMS) markers in the Musaceae. Molecular Ecology, Vancouver, v.7, n.5, p.657-666, 1998
Musaceae 39 Syzygium cumini Myrtaceae (L.) Skeels 40 Geodorum Orchidaceae densiflorum (Lamarck) Schlechter 41 Piper betle L.
As was mentioned previously, the Cannaceae shared the presence of biominerals (opal and calcium oxalate) with other six families, such as Costaceae, Heliconiaceae, Lowiaceae, Marantaceae, Strelitiziaceae, Musaceae and Zingiberaceae (Solereder & Meyer 1930, Tomlinson 1961, 1962, 1969, Ciciarelli 1986).
Pest status of the spiralling whiteflies affecting some species of the Arecaceae and Musaceae families in the Canary Islands.
most Heliconiaceae and Musaceae and present as epidermal silica sand in
2000 Two interesting wild Musa species (Musaceae) from Sabah, Malaysia.
A bananeira (Musa spp.), pertencente a familia Musaceae, assume importancia economica e social em todo o mundo, sendo atualmente cultivada em diversos paises (MATSUMOTO et al., 2002).
The Zingiberales are a classic example of the semophyletic sequence in stamen reduction from an original dicyclic androecium running in a continuous sequence (the reductive process is represented with symbols used for floral formulas; A refers to the androecium, the numbers refer to the number of stamens in a whorl, and the raised circle refers to staminodes): Musaceae [A3+3 or A3+2(1[degrees]) / Heliconiaceae [A2(1[degrees])+3] - Lowiaceae / Strelitziaceae (A3+2) - Zingiberaceae [A2[degrees]+ 1(2[degrees])] / Marantacene [A1[degrees]/2[degrees]/0+1(2[degrees])] - Costaceae [A3[degrees]+1(2[degrees])] - Cannaceae [A2[degrees]+(2[degrees])] (see, e.g., Kirchoff, 1991; Kress, 1990).