lauraceous

lauraceous

(lɔːˈreɪʃəs)
adj
(Plants) of, relating to, or belonging to the Lauraceae, a family of aromatic trees and shrubs having leathery leaves: includes the laurels and avocado
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Lauraceous flowers from the Potomac Group (mid-Cretaceous) of eastern North America.
glabratus is reliably collected in the field by searching for lauraceous hosts that are not in decay but are injured or have recently died.
Chen, "Chemical constituents and bioactivity of Formosan lauraceous plants," Journal of Food and Drug Analysis, vol.
In northern Montane wet Temperate forests, the Lauraceous forests have shown the dominance of Lauraceous species like Cinnamomum spp.
Behavior of toucanets, bellbirds, and quetzals feeding on lauraceous fruits.
Differential use of lauraceous hosts by swallowtail butterflies, Papilio troilus and P.
Given the potential impact of the beetle-fungus complex on the avocado industry of Florida and California, USA, and its potential threat to other lauraceous plants throughout North, Central, and South America (Gramling et al.
A single fossil flower, Antholithus heimiaformis Berry from the Miocene of Cuba was described as either lauraceous or "some such flower as in the genus Heimia" (Berry 1939b: 133).
has approached the question by examining relationships between fruit size and fruit removal, and by documenting patterns of phenotypic variation and heritability of fruit size in a tropical lauraceous tree.
Larval adaptation to lauraceous hosts: geographic divergence in the spicebush swallowtail butterfly.
In addition, we performed chemical analysis of the volatile emissions from lychee to determine how its sesquiterpene composition compares to that from known lauraceous hosts.
The near absence of lauraceous pollen in the Cenozoic record of the Southern Hemisphere due to poor preservation means that a significant section of the vegetation may be unaccounted for by the palynological record.