Winteraceae


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Winteraceae

[‚win·tə′rās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Magnoliales distinguished by hypogynous flowers, exstipulate leaves, air vessels absent, and stamens usually laminar.
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The plant, one of the Winteraceae, was later renamed Takhtajania perrieri, after a Russian botanist.
1% de la riqueza a nivel de familia en Colombia: Adoxaceae, Berberidaceae, Betulaceae, Brunelliaceae, Calceolariaceae, Caprifoliaceae, Clethraceae, Columelliaceae, Coriariaceae, Cornaceae, Cunoniaceae, Elatinaceae, Escalloniaceae, Fagaceae, Geraniaceae, Grossulariaceae, Gunneraceae, Haloragaceae, Juglandaceae, Juncaceae, Juncaginaceae, Myricaceae, Papaveraceae, Phrymaceae, Potamogetonaceae, Tofieldiaceae, Tropaeolaceae, Winteraceae y Xanthorrhoeaceae.
Molecular evolution and phylogenetic implications of internal transcribed spacer sequences of ribosomal DNA in Winteraceae.
Winteraceae are basal angiosperms, but not close to the origin of monocots, and very likely are secondarily vesselless (Young, 1981; Chase et al.
Members of this family were classified within the Winteraceae mainly because the bark of Canella and of Drimys J.
P STYRACACEAE Styrax acuminatus Pohl CS SYMPLOCACEAE Symplocos tenuifolia Brand CL THEACEAE Laplacea acutifolia (Wawra) Kobuski CL WINTERACEAE Drimys brasiliensis Miers CS TABLE 3: Phyto-sociological estimators of tree species populations found in a forest fragment located in a transitional area between Araucaria forest and rain forest in the municipality of Alfredo Wagner, Santa Catarina state, ranked by importance value (VI).
Winteraceae Drimys angustifolia Miers Drimys brasiliensis Miers TABLE 2: Sampled species in a highland Araucaria Forest fragment in the municipality of Panel, Santa Catarina State, Southern Brazil, ordered by importance value (VI,%).
Paleobotany, relationships, and geographic history of Winteraceae.
141] Resedaceae Reseda odorata [115] CANELLALES Winteraceae Belliolum sp.