Ochnaceae


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Ochnaceae

[äk′nās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Theales, characterized by simple, stipulate leaves, a mostly gynobasic style, and anthers that generally open by terminal pores.
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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.
Entretanto, outras familias como Araliaceae, Burseraceae, Boraginaceae, Bignoniaceae, Caryocariaceae, Cecropiaceae, Celastraceae, Combretaceae, Dychapetalaceae, Elaeocarpaceae, Erythroxylaceae, Linaceae, Nyctaginaceae, Ochnaceae, Olacaceae, Rhabdodendraceae, Rhizophoraceae, Sterculiaceae e Vochysiaceae, se fizeram presentes com apenas uma especie, alcancando 15,1% do total de especies.
Nispero Manilkara chicle Sapotaceae Murcielagos silvestre (Pittier) Gilly Uva negra Ouratea lucens Ochnaceae Autodispersion (Kunth) Engl.
Beauvisage, 1920; Cronquist, 1981) or a distinct family closely related to Ochnaceae (e.
Moreover, he pointed Out that the ovules of Ochnaceae are tenuinucellate, whereas those of Strasburgeria are crassinucellate.
oppositifolia is related to Ochnaceae and Quinaceae.
Linales, Ochnaceae, rosids I) supports the acceptance of a staminodial nature of the nectaries in Harungana.