Pandanaceae


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Pandanaceae

[‚pan·də′nās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
The single, pantropical family of the plant order Pandanales.
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(Pandanaceae) Fog 17, 6[male] (AMNH_PBI 00340259, AMNH_PBI 00340262, AMNH_PBI 00340261, AMNH_PBI 00340263-AMNH_PBI 00340265), 59 (AMNH_PBI 00340266-AMNH_PBI 00340270), 1 larva (AMNH_PBI 00340267) (BMNH).
agni-dolon 68 Rhynchostylis Orchidaceae Rashna retusa Blume 69 Pandanus Pandanaceae Keya kanta foetidus Roxb.
Stone, B.C., 1982a, New Guinea Pandanaceae: first approach to ecology and biogeography.
Family Name (Latin and Common): Pandanaceae, the Screw-Pine family
En ninguna de ellas existe una marcada estacion seca, la lluvia cae mas o menos durante todo el ano; ambas estan proximas al ecuador y sujetas a los monzones de este y oeste, pero totalmente cubiertas de selvas altas; ambas tienen una gran extension de costa plana y pantanosa con un interior montanoso; ambas son ricas en palmeras y Pandanaceae. Si, por otro lado, comparamos Australia con Nueva Guinea, no encontraremos ningun contraste mas fuerte que en sus condiciones fisicas: una queda cerca del ecuador, la otra proxima y mas alla de los tropicos; una goza de humedad perpetua, la otra de alternancias de sequia excesiva; una tiene una vasta selva perenne, la otra bosques abiertos y secos, depresiones, o desiertos.
Additional species have been identified as used by flying foxes as a flower resource in literature records but were not observed during this study: Rhus taitensis (Anacardiaceae), Cananga odorata, Syzygium clusiaefolium (Myrtaceae), Pandanus tectorius (Pandanaceae), and Alphitonia zizyphoides (Rhamnaceae) (Wodzicki and Felten 1975, Cox et al.
Pandanaceae belongs to the monocotyledon group with five families and four genera where Pandanus belong.
It has a wide host-plant range mostly within the Arecaceae (palms), but it also attacks some plants within the Cannaceae, Pandanaceae, Musaceae, Heliconiaceae, Zingiberaceae, and Strelitziaceae (Carrillo et al.
Slight monosymmetry is present in some flowers of Pandanus (Pandanaceae), in which a unicarpellate gynoecium occurs (Endress, 1995; Stone et al., 1998).
Lista de referencia, partes IXaXI, Pandanaceae a Zosteraceae.
They made 300 collections, including one species of rattan (Piptospatha) suspected to be a new species, and 17 numbers of Pandanaceae. May 15-28, 2006, Dr.