Eriocaulaceae


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Related to Eriocaulaceae: Iridaceae, pipewort

Eriocaulaceae

[‚er·ē·ō‚kȯ′lās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
The single family of the order Eriocaulales.
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mucugensis, another important species in the Eriocaulaceae family, have focused on exploring aspects of seed germination and plant growth (PAIXAO-SANTOS et al.
2002) also found braciform cells in the aerenchyma of aquatic species of Eriocaulaceae, where a variation occurs in the size and number of 'arms', which, according to the authors, can be used in the phylogeny of the family.
No PNCD a diversidade biologica, amplamente citada na bibliografia consultada, ressalta a enorme importancia da area, no que refere as especies endemicas das familias Eriocaulaceae, Cactaceae e Bromeliaceae.
Number: RV540 Eriocaulaceae Eriocaulon longifolium Nees Name: kumpau sambangau Life form/habitat: Small herb in wet soil of pasture.
ERIOCAULACEAE Eriocaulum Hydrophyta 0 0 0 0 melanocephalum Kunth radicantia Paepalanthus Hydrophyta 0 1 0 0 1 lamarckii Kunth radicantia Philodice Hydrophyta 0 0 0 0 hoffmannseggii Mart.
Globular, condensed inflorescences also occur in Eriocaulaceae, Sparganium, and Rapateaceae.
En el Cuadro 3 se puede apreciar, en parte, la desproporcion del total de especies de las dos primeras familias con respecto al resto, pero si revisamos a las Eriocaulaceae e Iridaceae (Espejo y Lopez-Ferrari, en prensa), el porcentaje relativo de endemismos, considerando el numero de especies por familia, es mas alto; de las 10 especies de Eriocaulon, tres (E.
Ecotone Macrophyte Macrophyte littoral type typologies families Lentic Emergent Alismataceae Emergent, fixed submersed Cyperaceae Fixed floating Menyanthaceae Fixed submersed Najadaceae Fixed floating Nymphaeaceae Emergent Pontederiaceae Emergent Typhaceae Lotic Emergent, fixed submersed Eriocaulaceae Emergent Sphagnaceae Lentic/lotic Amphibian, emergent, fixed Poaceae submersed Fixed submersed Mayacaceae * López and Ferreira (2005) and Pedralli et al.
Keywords: Antimicrobial activity; Natural isocoumarins of Eriocaulaceae family