Papilionoideae


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Papilionoideae

[pə‚pil·ē·ə′nȯid·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A subfamily of the family Leguminosae with characteristic irregular flowers that have a banner, two wing petals, and two lower petals united to form a boat-shaped keel.
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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.
Papilionoideae (Leguminosae) no Parque Estadual do Rio Doce, Minas Gerais.
For those authors the presence of secreting idioblasts around the bundles can happen in a number of genera of Papilionoideae, so we corroborated the distribution of these idioblasts around the midrib of the leaflets of A.
A FAMILIA LEGUMINOSAE, A SUBFAMILIA PAPILIONOIDEAE E O GENERO SWARTZIA
Anatomical, palynological, caryological and seed morphological studies on some species of Lathyrus have been performed to elucidate the phylogenetic relationship of Lathyrus genus within the subfamily Papilionoideae (Perveen and Qaiser, 1998; Tosheva et al.
Los frutos de Fabaceae y subfamilia Papilionoideae por lo general son legumbres que contienen semillas pequenas en su interior y que potencialmente son recursos forrajeros atractivos para el ramoneo animal, pero que no han sido documentados como alimento humano, por lo que extrana la cantidad de estas semillas, siempre carbonizadas, en los niveles analizados.
Subfamily Papilionoideae had the largest number of genera and species, followed by Mimosoideae and Caesalpinioideae (Table 1).
Additionally, gene flow mediated by pollinators among most members of the Papilionoideae is supported by showy, perfect flowers, which typically attract pollinators (Arroyo 1981).
Palabras clave: Cuba, Dioclea, Herpyza, Leguminosae, Papilionoideae, taxonomia.
Araliaceae Dipteryx panamensis (Pittier) Record & Mell Papilionoideae Dussia macroprophyllata (Donn.
taeniatum are all polylectic with a strong preference for Papilionoideae (Leguminosae).