Casuarinaceae


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Casuarinaceae

[‚kazh·ə‚wa·rə′nās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
The single, monogeneric family of the plant order Casuarinales characterized by reduced flowers and green twigs bearing whorls of scalelike, reduced leaves.
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Attention should be given to the presence of a pyrrolizidine alkaloid in Casuarinaceae of the same type as produced by Crotalaria, Leguminosae (Castilho et al.
Other more restricted chemical classes of compounds produced by some Rosiflorae families are: diarylheptanoids in Myricaceae; phloroglucinol derivatives (common in ferns) in Rosaceae (Murakami and Tanaka, 1988); lignans are restricted to three families: Casuarinaceae, Gunneraceae and Rosaceae; coumarins to Rosaceae, Crassulaceae, Buxaceae and Saxifragaceae; hydroquinone glycosides as arbutin in Fagaceae, Juglandaceae, Casuarinaceae, Buxaceae, Saxifragaceae and Rosaceae; anthraquinones as emodin and chrysophanol in Saxifragaceae and Rosaceae.
Casuarina Casuarinaceae Aga-chom- Leaf, bark equisetifolia fang J.
Casuarinaceae The Casuarinaceae are no longer present in the New Zealand flora, but fossil evidence from pollen indicates that this family was widespread in New Zealand in the Cenozoic from the early Paleocene to the Pleistocene (Raine et al.
The Casuarinaceae are considered to be a Gondwanan family (Steane et al.
a fossil Casuarinaceae from the Early Oligocene of Little Rapid River, Tasmania, Australia.
Macrofossil evidence for the onset of xeromorphy in Australian Casuarinaceae and tribe Banksieae (Proteaceae).
Molecular phylogeny of Casuarinaceae based on rbcL and matK gene sequences.
Using matK sequence data to unravel the phylogeny of Casuarinaceae.
trees of the Casuarinaceae Casuarina, Fabaceae Mimosoideae Acacia