Olacaceae


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Olacaceae

[‚ō·lə′sās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Santalales characterized by dry or fleshy indehiscent fruit, the presence of petals, stamens, and chlorophyll, and a 2-5-celled ovary.
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la) started a project looking at root parasitism in the genus Schoepfia (White Wood), a hemiparasite in the Olacaceae.
Muleza/Mulaza (1), Portulacaceae Maraeitta//Mecheritta Ximenia caffra Sond (b) Moqela (1), Hinkiketa Olacaceae (2) (a) Tuber; (b) Fruit; (c) local name in (1) Hamar and (2) Afa-Konso languages in Southern Ethiopia Table 2: Proximate composition (g-100 g) of some semi-wild and wild green leafy vegetables and other local wild foods Scientific name (a) Moisture Ash (fw) (dmb) Adenia ellenbeckii 83.
356 Olacaceae Scorodocarpus borneensis 357 Oleaceae Chionanthus laxiflorus Bl.
americana), another Olacaceae species that we sampled, were not infested with A.
1) Olacaceae (Olax Family) Schoepfta chrysophylloides (A.
Plumbaginaceae Root Methanolic Ptychopetalum olacoides Olacaceae Root Ethanol Benth.
Mez stem 68 Myrtaceae Myrcia dichasialis McVaugh bark 50 Olacaceae Heisteria acuminata (Humb.
1982) suggested a rather isolated position for the genus Octoknema, but the genus Cathedra was not found to be different from other members of the Olacaceae (Leen van den Oever, pers.