anacardiaceous

anacardiaceous

(ˌænəˌkɑːdɪˈeɪʃəs)
adj
(Botany) of, relating to, or belonging to the Anacardiaceae, a chiefly tropical family of trees and shrubs many of which have edible drupes. The family includes the cashew, mango, pistachio, and sumach
[C19: from New Latin Anacardiāceae, from ana- + Greek kardia heart; so called from the shape of the top of the fruit stem]
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However, molecular investigations, based on three DNA sequence regions [nuclear ribosomal external transcribed spacer (.ETS), chloroplast trnL intron and trnL-F intergenic spacer (trnL-F region), and the chloroplast rps16 intron)], encompassing 67 anacardiaceous genera (out of 82), as well as 16 genera of the related family Burseraceae, indicate that both subfamilies are polyphyletic (Weeks et al., 2014).
Rhus verniciflua (RV) is a plant species in the Anacardiaceous family and it grows widely in Northeast Asian countries [4].
Anastrepha obliqua often infest mangoes and other anacardiaceous fruits (White & Elson-Harris 1992) that exude sticky polyphenolic resins (Morton 1987; Zomlefer 1994).
Naumova (1993) recorded one anacardiaceous genus in her review; Tisserat
three of the above species, the anacardiaceous Astronium fraxinifolium