Ebenales


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Ebenales

[‚eb·ə′nā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of woody, sympetalous dicotyledonous plants in the subclass Dilleniidae, woody having axile placentation and usually twice as many stamens as corolla lobes.
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Chrysophylum gonocarpum (Mart & Eichl) Engler (Ebenales: Sapotaceae) has been reported as a host for Anastrepha elegans for the first time.
A large-scale study that addressed the monophyly of Ebenales using rbcL sequences (Morton et al., 1996) supports this hypothesis.