Humiriaceae


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Humiriaceae

[hyü‚mir·ē′ās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Linales characterized by exappendiculate petals, usually five petals, flowers with an intrastaminal disk, and leaves lacking stipules.
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Con valores de riqueza entre 30 y 50% (importantes por el numero de especies) figuran Heliconiaceae, Myristicaceae, Marcgraviaceae, Gunneraceae, Humiriaceae, Rapateaceae y Tropaeolaceae.
Por ultimo, el TFP6 con 10 especies, 4 Clusiaceae, 3 Arecaceae, y una especie por cada una de las familias Humiriaceae, Linaceae y Moraceae.
Phytogeographic History and Phylogeny of the Humiriaceae.
Pelos registros do quadro 2, observou-se que as familias Lecythidaceae, Arecaceae, Burseraceae, Sapotaceae, Lauraceae, Mimosaceae, Sapindaceae, Myristicaceae, Humiriaceae e Melastomataceae foram as que apresentaram maior numero de individuos, perfazendo 51,3% da densidade relativa total.
Flacourtiaceae Banara nitida Spruce ex Benth Humiriaceae Humiria balsamifera (Aubl.
0,2936 Swartzia pickelii Killip ex Ducke 0,7490 Pterocarpus rohrii Vahl -- Humiriaceae -- Sacoglottis mattogrossensis Benth.
1998; Stevens, 2007), Ctenolophonaceae (Narayana & Rao, 1971; Matthews & Endress, 2011), Erythroxylaceae (Eichler, 1878), Euphorbiaceae (Schoute, 1935; Rao, 1972; Endress, 1999), Euphroniaceae (Matthews & Endress, 2008), Humiriaceae (Rao & Narayana, 1965; Narayana & Rao, 1969), Hypericaceae (Eichler, 1878; Ronse De Craene & Smets, 1991), Ixonanthaceae (Steyermark & Luteyn, 1980), Linaceae (Eichler, 1878; Schoute, 1935; Narayana, 1963; Endress, 1999; Matthews & Endress, 2011), Medusagynaceae (Dickison, 1990), Ochnaceae (Eichler, 1878), Quiinaceae (Schneider et al.
Contributions to the floral anatomy of Humiriaceae 1.
Whereas common families include Arecaceae, Clusiaceae, Fabaceae, Lecythidaceae, and Humiriaceae (Honorio, 2006), monocots are 12 31% of the species.
Systematic position of Humiriaceae, Linaceae and erythroxylaceae in the light of their comparative floral morphology and embryology: A discussion.