Rhizophoraceae


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Rhizophoraceae

[rī‚zäf·ə′rās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicolyledonous plants in the order Cornales distinguished by opposite, stipulate leaves, two ovules per locule, folded or convolute bud petals, and a berry fruit.
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Systematic affinities of Rhizophoraceae and Anisophylleaceae, and intergeneric relationships within Rhizophoraceae, based on chloroplast DNA, nuclear ribosomal DNA and morphology.
Hyacinthaceae, Linnaeaceae, Rhizophoraceae, Ruscaccae, and Valerianaceae
Rhizophorales: Rhizophoraceae Protozoa: Sarcodina: Bolivina vaughani (Natland, Foraminiferida: Bolivinitidae 1938) Brizalina pygmaea (Brady, 1881) as Bolivina pygmaea Protozoa: Sarcodina: Buliminella parallela Cushman Foraminiferida: Buliminidae & Parker, 1931 Bulimina pagoda var.
The genus Bruguiera, a true mangrove, of the family Rhizophoraceae consists of four species distributed throughout the coastal regions of India: B.
Mangrove plants belonging to the family Rhizophoraceae are highly active against viruses such as HIV and Hepatitis B virus (Premanathan et al.
1988, Floral development and character evolution in Rhizophoraceae.
This feature clearly distinguishes it from the Rhizophoraceae (Dahlgren, 1988).