Flacourtiaceae


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Related to Flacourtiaceae: Flacourtia indica, Salicaceae

Flacourtiaceae

[flə‚ku̇rd·ē′ās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Violales having the characteristics of the more primitive members of the order.
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Cunoniaceae and Flacourtiaceae have also been suggested.
The Flacourtiaceae in the southeastern United States.
The Flacourtiaceae is a large family consisting of some 89 genera and 1300 species found throughout the tropical and temperate regions of the world (Floyd, 1989).
Previously plants of the Flacourtiaceae have often been found to contain clerodane and kolovane diterpene esters and phenolic glycosides, some of which have cytotoxic, insect antifeedant and LEA-1/ICAM binding inhibitory activities (Beutler et al.
Ten Australian Flacourtiaceae species from four different genera and including two undescribed species were used in this study.
2000) reported antioxidant activity from some Flacourtiaceae species of Panama.
Previously there has been no report of antimicrobial activity of any Australian Flacourtiaceae species.
Androecial development and systematics in Flacourtiaceae s.
Systematic anatomy of the xylem and comments on the relationships of Flacourtiaceae.