Winteraceae


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Winteraceae

[‚win·tə′rās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Magnoliales distinguished by hypogynous flowers, exstipulate leaves, air vessels absent, and stamens usually laminar.
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Abstract: Drimys granadensis (Winteraceae) is a common tree in the high-Andean forests, with a system of open pollination by insects.
Flora of Australia; v.2: Winteraceae to Platanaceae.
Other families had a tropical and temperate distribution in the Southern Hemisphere, such as the Myrtaceae, Winteraceae, and Proteaceae.
Magnoliales: Annonaceae, Cannelaceae, Magnoliaceae, Winteraceae.
It belongs to a family of tropical plants, Winteraceae, that today is common on Pacific islands and can also be found in Central and South America.
These forests are dominated by the evergreen broad-leaved species Nothofagus nitida (Fagaceae) and Drimys winteri (Winteraceae), and may contain the conifers Podocarpus nubigena and Saxegothaea lonspicua (both Podocarpaceae).
& Downs Solanum paranense 1 9056 Dusen Winteraceae Drimys angustifolia 99 115 27 9032 Miers Total 375 322 198 Numero de registro no LUSC--Herbario da Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina TABLE 2: Indicator tree species for three forest fragments in, in different successional stages (A1 = Advanced Stage 1; A2 = Advanced Stage 2; I = Initial Stage), in the municipality of Urubici, SC state.
(2014), the aqueous extracts of mature leaves of Drimys brasiliensis (Winteraceae) obtained in different seasons showed marked inhibitory effects on seed germination and seedling growth of Sesamum indicum (Pedaliaceae).