Mimosoideae


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Mimosoideae

[‚mim·ə′sȯid·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A subfamily of the legume family, Leguminosae; members are largely woody and tropical or subtropical with regular flowers and usually numerous stamens.
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Taxonomic revision of the ant-acacias (Fabaceae, Mimosoideae, Acacia, series Gummifer ae) of the New World.
They typically consist of a tall herbaceous layer dominated by the grasses Themeda triandra and Heteropogon contortus, with scattered trees of several families, mainly members of the Mimosoideae subfamily of the Leguminosae but also of the Caesalpinoideae subfamily of the Leguminosae (Brachystegia, Julbernardia) that form miombo woody savannahs and open woodlands in other areas of southern Africa.
De manera general, las caracteristicas anatomicas de la madera observadas en ambos taxa de Mimosa son similares a las ya reportadas para la subfamilia Mimosoideae (Evans et al.
Bortoluzzi (2004) encontrou para o Parque Estadual do Rio Doce (PERD) 40 especies de Papilionoideae reunidas em 21 generos, ja Nunes (2003), estudando as Mimosoideae do PERD, encontrou 34 taxons reunidos em 33 especies e 14 generos, enquanto Bosquetti (2004) encontrou 28 especies de Caesalpinioideae reunidas em 15 generos.
De las Mimosoideae presentes en Mexico, el genero Mimosa es el mas diverso contando con ca.
Mimosoideae Mimoseae (23)Parkia pendula wet Acacieae (11)Acacia baileyana F.
Diversidade polinica das Mimosoideae (Leguminosae) ocorrentes em uma area de caatinga, Pernambuco, Brasil.
Uma especie de boa aceitacao nos sistemas agroflorestais tem sido a bracatinga, conhecida cientificamente como Mimosa scabrella (Bentham), pertencente a familia Fabaceae, subfamilia Mimosoideae.
X3690 PE 56 Sapium X3661 PE 27 glandulosum FABACEAE: Copaifera X3668 PE34 Caesalpinoideae officinalis X5584 v17 1 Ba Leon/Hernandez X5585 v17 2 Ba Leon/Hernandez X5586 v17 3 Ba (049766) Copaifera X4541 57 Gutierrez (025508) pubiflora X4543 79 Gutierrez (025529) X4544 80 Gutierrez (025530) X4545 81 Gutierrez (025486) Swartzia X3713 PE 79 leptopetala FABACEAE: Albizia X3711 PE 77 Mimosoideae guachapele Enterolobium X3680 PE 46 schomburgkii Enterolobium X3658 PE 24 cf.
Acanthaceae, Asteraceae, Lamiaceace, Liliaceae, Ranunculaceae and Verbenaceae are the families most frequently present in study area, while Brassicaceae, Caesalpinaceae, Mimosoideae and Cyperaceae are almost absent.
Submontane rainforest presents canopy height varying from 15 to 20 m on average, discontinuous in some places and where Rubiaceae, Mimosoideae, Myrtaceae and Lauraceae are the most speciose families (Rodrigues, 1996).