Malpighiaceae


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Malpighiaceae

[mal‚pig·ē′ās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Polygalales distinguished by having three carpels, several fertile stamens, five petals that are commonly fringed or toothed, and indehiscent fruit.
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Apically twining climbers do not require specialized structures to climb successfully and have evolved in several families (Hergarty & Caballe, 1991), including those with the largest number of species here: Dioscoreaceae, Fabaceae, Malpighiaceae, and Convolvulaceae.
The floral anatomy and pollination biology of three species of Bahamian Malpighiaceae, p.
Las enredaderas y las lianas son cuantiosas, especialmente miembros de la Sapindaceae, Bignoniaceae, Malpighiaceae, Menispermaceae de los generos Chondrodendron, Abuta, Anomospermum, Curarea, Orthomene y Telitoxicum; y Loganiaceae del genero Strychnos.
Los resultados observados en las estacas sub-apicales con hojas del experimento 2 (Cuadro 2) superaron a los observados en el experimento 1, excepto las del nanche rosa que no presentaron sobrevivencia en el experimento 2, lo que indica que las diferentes especies silvestres de la familia Malpighiaceae presentes en Mexico pueden ser propagadas vegetativamente, solo que para optimizar el proceso se requiere de mayor investigacion.
Clinical signs observed in experimental studies with MFA-containing plants of the Malpighiaceae family are marked tachycardia, labored breathing, muscle tremors, loss of balance, ataxia, muscular tremors, falling, recumbence, pedaling movements, and opisthotonous leading to death in few minutes.
Calidad morfologica de frutos y endocar pios del nanche rojo (Ma/p/gh/a mex/cana), Malpighiaceae.
The average occurrence frequencies of the different pollen types revealed that Malpighiaceae (85.
Trepadora Strychnos poeppigii Progel Trepadora x MALPIGHIACEAE Byrsonima japurensis A.
is a medicinally valuable species that belongs to the Malpighiaceae family from the Cerrado, and, such as numerous species of this genus, it presents seeds with a coat dormancy that are difficult to propagate (NOGUEIRA et al.
Foram encontradas para a EECAIUA: 17 familias, 44 generos identificados e 52 especies de trepadeiras (Tabela 1); as familias mais diversas foram Malpighiaceae (9 especies), Fabaceae (6), Bignoniaceae (6), Convolvulaceae (5) e Asteraceae (4), que perfizeram ao todo 57% do total de especies.