Icacinaceae


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Icacinaceae

[i‚ka·sə‚nās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Celastrales characterized by haplostemonous flowers, pendulous ovules, stipules wanting or vestigial, a polypetalous corolla, valvate petals, and usually one (sometimes three) locules.
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And in the Lamiids, some relationships among major clades have changed, for example, in our analysis, the Icacinaceae resolves as monophyletic with Oncotheca moving to a position as sister to the Gariyales instead of a clade Oncotheca-Apodytes and a second clade of the rest of the Icacinaceae as in Bremer et al.
2008, 95 m, teak forest (Tectona grandis) and path to river bank with Cyperaceae, Icacinaceae, Tridax procumbens (L.
FOSSIL FRUITS OF ICACINACEAE FROM THE EOCENE OF TENNESSEE AND MISSISSIPPI: A BIOGEOGRAPHIC LINK WITH MODERN SOUTHEAST ASIA.
Schori 2009 Stemonurus corrugatus (Stemonuraceae, Icacinaceae s.
Icacinaceae (which may be included in an expanded Garryales; Karehed, 2001; Stevens, 2001 onwards) have a monosymmetric unilocular and biovulate gynoecium, and the flowers may be monosymmetric by reduction (Sleumer, 1942; Fagerlind, 1945; Karehed, 2001).
New plant sources of the anti-cancer alkaloid, camptothecine from the Icacinaceae taxa, India.
Bau des Gynoceums, der Samenanlage und des Embryosackes bei einigen Reprasentanten der Familie Icacinaceae.
In this study, the production of camptothecine and its derivatives, in thirteen species of the family Icacinaceae, namely, Apodytes dimidiata, Codiocarpus andamanicus, Gomphandra comosa, Gomphandra coriacea.
there are salient trends of phylogenetic specialization in the vessels of the Icacinaceae which closely parallel those that occur in the other families and in the dicotyledons as a whole," (Bailey & Howard, 1941, p.
1/4 12 Icacinaceae, Asterids Nothapodytes Blume 1/6 7 Platea Blume I/1 5 Juglandaceae, Rosids Engelhardia Lesch.
seed Icacinaceae Gonocaryurn lobbianum (Miers) Kurz seed Iridaceae Alophia amoena (Griseb.
It was formerly misplaced in the Icacinaceae but is more closely related to Aquifoliaceae (Karehed, 2001).