Burseraceae


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Burseraceae

[‚bər·sə′rās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Sapindales characterized by an ovary of two to five cells, prominent resin ducts in the bark and wood, and an intrastaminal disk.
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Reproductive biology information is available for only a few species of Burseraceae such as Commiphora weightii, Bursera medranoana, Sentiria laevigata and Boswellia serrata (Sunnichan et al.
One scholar thinks that the plant the Aztecs called teuvetli, used to stupefy their sacrificial victims by rubbing it into their open wounds so they would calmly climb the pyramid to their deaths, was also in the Burseraceae family.
Sometimes between the shrubs, a discontinuous tree layer grows, 26-39 ft (8-12 m) tall, formed by species from families such as the Apocynaceae, Bombacaceae, Burseraceae, and Fabaceae, but all of them have swollen stems resembling bottles (bottlestem or pachycaul trees).
As familias botanicas Burseraceae, Annonaceae, Chrysobalanaceae, Melastomataceae, Fabaceae, Vochysiaceae, Euphorbiacea, Myrsinaceae, Rubiaceae, Siparunaceae e Aquifoliaceae foram classificadas na 15(a), 17(a), 19(a), 22(a), 24(a), 25(a), 26(a), 27(a), 28(a), 29(a) e 30(a) posicao no ranking de variaveis mais importantes na deposicao de serapilheira (Tabela 3).
Burseraceae Brugman siacandida Bers Solanaceae Calliandra portoricensis fJacq) Benth, Fabaceae Carpinus caroliniana Walt, Betulaceae Castela texana (T.
Family: Burseraceae, a fine white crystalline powder (Batch number: HC/BS/11015) was obtained from Herbosin CORPS, Meerut, U.
A nivel de familia, se tienen referencias importantes en anatomia de maderas como las presentadas para Anacardiaceae (Omana, 1984; Terrazas, 1999; Leon, 2003), Burseraceae (Omana, 1984; Leon, 2012a), Sapindaceae (Baizhong et al.
Entre las familias registradas mas importantes, tanto de habito arboreo y arbustivo como herbaceo, estan Anacardiaceae, Annonaceae, Apocynaceae, Araceae, Araliaceae, Arecaceae, Bignoniaceae, Burseraceae, Cyatheaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fabaceae, Heliconiaceae, Lauraceae, Malvaceae, Melastomataceae, Moraceae, Myristicaceae, Piperaceae, Rubiaceae, Sapotaceae, Siparunaceae, Urticaceae y Vochysiaceae.
A plant, namely Canarium euphyllum, belonging to the Burseraceae family was observed to be used by the Kavirajes of this area.
fresh or dried Hayek BURSERACEAE Bursera Palo santo, Small Stems, Oral graveolens Palo de santo Bark and Wood, (H.