Thymelaeceae

Thymelaeceae

[‚thī·mə·lē·ə′ās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous woody plants in the order Myrtales characterized by a superior ovary with a solitary ovule, and petals, if present, are scalelike.
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Habitat: A perennial shrub member of the Thymelaeceae family growing up to 2.5m in moist woodland and native to Asiatic Russia and Europe.
Anti-tumor (Thymelaeceae) Fruit rinds of Garcinia Treatment of trauma and mangostana Linn.