Dilleniaceae


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Dilleniaceae

[di‚len·ē′ās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous trees, woody vines, and shrubs in the order Dilleniales having hypogynous flowers and mostly entire leaves.
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23 Dec 2001.--Type: Dillenia L.; Dilleniaceae Salisb., 1807.
However, Dickison and Baas (1977) found similarities with Sphenostemonaceae, Actinidiaceae, and Theaceae, and Schmid (1978) found affinities with Actinidiaceae; Hufford (1992) placed the family as sister to Dilleniaceae and Theaceae.
Stem a set of 22 slide boxes, filled with slides of Dilleniaceae and numerous related families, resulting from work begun by the botanist Oswald Tippo (Stem's former mentor at the University of Illinois).
Dillenia indica Dilleniaceae Thai-plo- Leaf, bark, L.
In Dilleniaceae the outermost stamens may develop into a corona (Pachynema: Endress, 1997).
Some families had a high proportion of species with galls: Bignoniaceae (10/10), Burseraceae (7/7), Chrysobalanaceae (5/5), Dilleniaceae (4/4), Nyctaginaceae (5/6), Sapindaceae (8/10), Sapotaceae (7/8) and Vochysiaceae (4/4).
Eleven families of plants are reported as hosts of Lopesia galls: Burseraceae, Clusiaceae, Chrysobalanaceae, Erythroxylaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fabaceae, Melastomataceae, Nyctaginaceae, Pontederiaceae, Sapotaceae (Gagne & Jaschhof 2017), and Dilleniaceae (Maia & Monteiro 2017).
A new species of Bruggmanniella (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae, Asphondyliini) associated with Doliocarpus dentatus (Dilleniaceae) in Brazil.
Groppo, "Distribution and conservation of davilla (dilleniaceae) in Brazilian Atlantic Forest using ecological niche modeling," International Journal of Ecology, vol.
Based on in situ observation, the common pioneer trees species found during site surveys were such genera as Aleurites (Euphorbiaceae), Amomum (Zingiberaceae), Cratoxylum (Clusiaceae), Dillenia (Dilleniaceae), Elaeocarpus (Elaeocarpaceae), Ficus (Moraceae), Hopea (Dipterocarpaceae), Ilex (Aquifoliaceae), Lithocarpus (Fagaceae), Norrisia (Loganiaceae), Pentace (Tiliaceae), Pentaspadon (Anacardiaceae), Sarcotheca (Oxalidaceae), and Vitex (Verbenaceae).