Restionaceae


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Restionaceae

[‚res·tē·ə′nās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A large family of monocotyledonous plants in the order Restionales characterized by unisexual flowers, wholly cauline leaves, unilocular anthers, and a more or less open inflorescence.
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Furthermore, the CFR is an arid biome characterized by a matrix of agriculturally transformed landscapes and the native fynbos vegetation, which is characterized by evergreen plants in the Ericaceae, Restionaceae and Proteaceae families.
Monoporate pollen grains related to modern representatives of Sparganiaceae, Restionaceae, and Thyphaceae were, however, well represented.
In Restionaceae, floral monosymmetry by gynoecium reduction to one (uniovulate) locule has evolved several times (Linder et al.
Hasta donde se sabe, los estegmatos estan restringidos a unas cuantas familias de monocotiledoneas, como Arecaceae, Marantaceae, Musaceae, Orchidaceae, Restionaceae y Zingiberaceae (Meller & Rasmussen 1984).
Diversity of saprobic Hyphomycetes on Proteaceae and Restionaceae from South Africa.
Neyland 266 AF205517 Restionaceae Restio tetraphyllus Labill.
Spores of the swamp taxa Cyperaceae (sedges), Gleichenia (a ground fern) and Restionaceae are very numerous.
Both bogs have developed over the past 14-15000 years from the remains of plants from the family Restionaceae (Hogg et al.
Restioids, members of the Restionaceae family, resemble reeds or rushes and consist of 310 species that include Elegia (32 species).
Ontogeny and evolution of the flowers of South African Restionaceae with special emphasis on the gynoecium.
In addition to the leaf fossils, the extensive pollen list from Newvale includes Aquifoliaceae (Ilex), Gyrostemonaceae, Meliaceae (Dysoxylum), Monimiaceae, Myrtaceae, Rubiaceae (Coprosma) and Restionaceae.