Salvadoraceae


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Noun1.Salvadoraceae - a family of Old World shrubs and trees of order Gentianales; related to Oleaceae but having four stamens and four petals
dicot family, magnoliopsid family - family of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
Gentianales, order Gentianales - an order of dicotyledonous plants having gamopetalous flowers; Gentianaceae; Apocynaceae; Asclepiadaceae; Loganiaceae; Oleaceae; Salvadoraceae
genus Salvadora, Salvadora - genus of evergreen trees or shrubs; fruit is a drupe; grows in Africa through Arabia to India and China
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Interxylary phloem also occurs conspicuously in Brassicaceae (this paper) and Salvadoraceae (Carlquist, 2002).
Wan, Pilu, Jal, Salvadora oleoides A small much branched Mithidiar, Jhar Salvadoraceae evergreen xerophytic tree Lani Salsnln baryosmn Much branched, succulent, Chenopodinceae shrubby, herbs, Kali jani, Suaeda fruticosa A much branched succulent Lana, Lunak Chenopodinceae shrub, 3-4 ft.
The Old World tropical deserts are colonized by a Paleotropical flora, characterized by 1) certain families (Acanthaceae, Aizoaceae, Apocynaceae, Asclepi-adaceae, Bignoniaceae, Bombacaceae, Capparidaceae, Celastraceae, Leguminosae-Caesalpinoidae, Poaceae tribe Chlorideae, Combretaceae, Commelinaceae, Loganiaceae, Malpighiaceae, Moraceae, Moringaceae, Nyctaginaceae, Olacaceae, Oleaceae, Pedaliaceae, Rubiaceae, Salvadoraceae, Sapindaceae, Simaroubaceae, Sterculiaceae, Zygophyllaceae), 2) distinct subfamilies (for example, the grasses of the Andropogonoideae and Panicoideae subfamilies) of families with wider or even cosmopolitan distribution (in the cases cited, the Poaceae), and 3) genera and species more or less confined to the intertropical areas of the Old World.
Procumbent cells are most abundant, even present exclusively in some species, in Akaniaceae, Capparaceae, Koeberliniaceae, and Salvadoraceae.
The same is true for some Salvadoraceae (Kubitzki, 2003).
A contribution to the vascular anatomy of the flower of certain species of the Salvadoraceae.