Cyatheaceae


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Cyatheaceae

[sī·‚ath·ə′ās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of tropical and pantropical tree ferns distinguished by the location of sori along the veins.
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robinsonii, observations of herbarium specimens of numerous species of the other Cyatheaceous genera indicate a general lack of glands throughout Cyatheaceae other than in Cyathea.
2011), lack these glands, as do the other genera of Cyatheaceae (viz.
xCyathidaria, a new nothogenus in the Cyatheaceae (Pteridophyta).
The relationships of Papuasian Cyatheaceae to New World tree ferns.
Conant, which occurs in central-eastern and southern Brazil (Fernandes, Taxonomia e fitogeografia de Cyatheaceae e Dicksoniaceae nas Regioes Sul e Sudeste do Brasil.
However, for adult sporophytes of several Cyatheaceae, the number of fronds produced each year varied from 3 to 14 (Tanner, 1983; Ash, 1987; Arens, 2001).
From comparisons of morphological characters with known species of the family Cyatheaceae described in Holttum (1963, 1964, 1965a, 1965b, 1974, 1981), Conant (1983), Holttum and Edwards (1983), Large and Braggins (2004), Edwards (2005), Janssen and Rakotondrainibe (2006, 2007, 2008), it was clear that C.
de Winter, Wageningen University and Research Centre, Netherlands, for providing important information on the family Cyatheaceae.
The tree ferns of Mount Roraima and neighboring areas of the Guyana Highlands with comments on the family Cyatheaceae.