Aristolochiaceae


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Aristolochiaceae

[ə‚ris·tə‚lō·kē′ās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
The single family of the plant order Aristolochiales.

Aristolochiaceae

 

a family of dicotyledonous plants. They are perennial herbs and woody lianas; more rarely, they are erect shrubs and shrublets. The leaves are alternate, entire, and exstipulate; infrequently they are three- to five-lobed. The flowers are solitary or in inflorescences; they are often carrion-scented. There are between seven and ten genera (approximately 600 species), found primarily in the tropics and subtropics. In the USSR there are ten species of the genera Aristolochia and Asarum. Some Aristolochiaceae are cultivated as ornamentals.

REFERENCE

Takhtadzhian, A. L. Sistema i filogeniia tsvetkovykh rastenii. Moscow-Leningrad, 1966.
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The detailed list of specimens examined for the present study will be included in the monograph of Aristolochiaceae for Flora Neotropica, which is undeway; however, it is available upon request to FG.
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August September Total Amaranthaceae Alternanthera 1 - 1 Apiaceae 3 - 3 Apocynaceae 1 Laseguea acutifolia 1 2 Aristolochiaceae Aristolochia - 1 1 Asteracea Tipo Aspilia 10 1 11 Bromeliaceae 1 - 1 Caryophyllaceae - 10 10 Chenopodiaceae 2 - 2 Cucurbitaceae Cerathosanthes - 1 1 Euphorbiaceae 1 Tragia lagoensis 1 2 Fabaceae Zornia 6 - 6 Smilacaceae 5 1 Tipo Smilax 1 7 Melastomataceae-Combretaceae 1 10 11 Myrtaceae - 52 52 Moraceae 3 6 Tipo Brosimum 1 10 Opiliaceae Agonandra brasiliensis 2 - 2 Pinaceae - 1 1 Poaceae 7088 4071 11159 Pteridophyta * - 1 1 Styracaceae Tipo Styrax 2 - 2 Trigoniaceae 48 - 48 unidentified 4 2 6 Total 7178 4165 11336 * spore Table 2.
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Papaveraceae America Aristolochia Aristolochiaceae Medit.