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Diversity and evolution of floral structure among early diverging lineages in the Ericales. (1/2)

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The multiple fuzzy origins of woodiness within Balsaminaceae using an integrated approach. Where do we draw the line? (2/2)

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*Balsaminaceae

... of Mongolia in FloraGREIF Balsaminaceae in BoDD - Botanical Dermatology Database Media related to Balsaminaceae ... The Balsaminaceae (commonly known as the balsam family) are a family of dicotyledonous plants, comprising two genera: Impatiens ... at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Balsaminaceae at Wikispecies. ...

*APG III system

Balsaminaceae A.Rich. Clethraceae Klotzsch Cyrillaceae Lindl. Diapensiaceae Lindl. Ebenaceae Gürke Ericaceae Juss. ...

*Reveal system

Balsaminaceae order 4. Vochysiales family 1. Malpighiaceae family 2. Trigoniaceae family 3. Vochysiaceae family 4. ...

*APG IV system

J.Presl Balsaminaceae A.Rich., nom. cons. Marcgraviaceae Bercht. & J.Presl, nom. cons. Tetrameristaceae Hutch. Fouquieriaceae ...

*Mertensia paniculata

Volume 2: Dicotyledons (Balsaminaceae Through Cucurbitaceae). Victoria: B.C. Ministry of Environment, Lands & Parks and B.C. ...

*Impatiens balfourii

It belongs to the family Balsaminaceae. The Latin name Impatiens means "impatient" or "intolerant" and refers to the explosive ...

*Impatiens denisonii

Beddome, Richard Henry , Balsaminaceae Impatiens denisonii Bedd. Madras J. Lit. Sci. Ser. III, i. (1864) 41. Chhabra, Tarun ( ... Impatiens denisonii is a scapigerous herb species of the Balsaminaceae family, which is found only in the Western Ghats in ...

*Limnanthaceae

Similarly, cladistic analysis showed Limnanthaceae either in a clade with Balsaminaceae and sometimes Pentadiplandraceae or in ... a polytomy with Balsaminaceae, Pentadiplandraceae, Caricacaeae, Centrospermae, and a clade which includes all the rest of the ... In UPGMA phenograms, Limnanthaceae clustered with Balsaminaceae. ...

*List of MeSH codes (B06)

... balsaminaceae (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.112.500 --- impatiens (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.118 ...

*Kin recognition

Murphy, G.; Dudley, S. (2009). "Kin recognition: Competition and cooperation in Impatiens (Balsaminaceae)". American Journal of ...

*Impatiens

The Encyclopedia of Plants in Thailand, Balsaminaceae in Thailand (เทียน in Thai) Hepper, J.Nigel (Ed) 1982. Royal Botanic ... New species of the Thai Impatiens (Balsaminaceae): 2. Bulletin of the National Science Museum, Ser. B (Botany). Tokyo, Vol. 26 ... Moore, G.; Zika, P. F.; Rushworth, C. A. (2012). "Impatiens ecornuta, a new name for Impatiens ecalcarata (Balsaminaceae), a ... 2009). "Impatiens msisimwanensis (Balsaminaceae): Description, pollen morphology and phylogenetic position of a new East ...

*Impatiens bokorensis

... is a flowering plant of the Balsaminaceae family, only known to be found in the Phnum Bokor National Park ... Balsaminaceae), a new species from Cambodia". PhytoKeys. 77: 33-39. doi:10.3897/phytokeys.77.11345. ISSN 1314-2003. ...

*Kai Larsen

Some addition notes on Impatiens (Balsaminaceae) of Thailand. Acta Phytotax. Geobot. 28 (1-3): 31-34.. ...

*List of wildflowers of Soldiers Delight

New York Ironweed Balsaminaceae - (Touch-me-not Family) Impatiens capensis Meerb. - Common Jewelweed Boraginaceae - (Borage ...

*Impatiens obesa

... is a species of plant in the Balsaminaceae family. It is endemic to China. China Plant Specialist Group (2004 ...

*Joan Margaret Legge

"Three New Species of Impatiens (Balsaminaceae) from Western Himalaya, India" (PDF). Taiwania, 55(1): 13-23, 2010. ...

*Impatiens textori

... is a species of plant in the family Balsaminaceae. It is native to East Asia, including China, Japan, and the ...

*Impatiens frithii

... is a species of flowering plant in the family Balsaminaceae. It is endemic to Cameroon, where it has been ... 2002). A new epiphytic species of Impatiens (Balsaminaceae) from western Cameroon. Kew Bulletin 57(3) 669-74.. ...

*Impatiens kinabaluensis

A new species of Impatiens (Balsaminaceae) from Mt. Kinabalu, Borneo. J. Jap. Bot. 80(5) 266-270. Ikeda, H., et al. 2005. A ... Impatiens kinabaluensis, Kinabalu balsam, is a flowering plant in the family Balsaminaceae. It is endemic to Borneo. The genus ... cytotaxonomic study of five species of Impatiens (Balsaminaceae) in Java and Borneo, Malesia. J. Jap. Bot. 80(5) 271-77.. ...

*Impatiens irvingii

... is a species of flowering plant in the family Balsaminaceae. It is native to tropical Africa. This is a ...

*Impatiens letouzeyi

... is a species of flowering plant in the family Balsaminaceae. It is endemic to Cameroon, where it occurs in ...

*Impatiens johnsiana

... is a flowering plant species belonging to the family Balsaminaceae. It was discovered from Kattimattom ...

*Impatiens auricoma

... is a species of flowering plant in the family Balsaminaceae. It is endemic to the Comoro Islands. Cultivars ...

*Impatiens wilsoni

... is a species of flowering plant in the family Balsaminaceae. It is endemic to China, where it is known only ...

*Impatiens etindensis

... is a species of flowering plant in the family Balsaminaceae. It is endemic to Cameroon, where it is known ...
Pronounced gun-ole, a Gunwhale is the upper edge of a ships or boats side. Its a perfect cocktail to come out of The Drink, a Williamsburg bar with a nautical vibe. The punch has the rich woodiness of bourbon without the tell-tale kick, so its a little dangerous.
The species-rich genus Impatiens is mainly distributed throughout much of tropical Africa, India, southwest Asia, southern China and Japan. There are more than 270 species recorded in China, most of which are restricted to the southwest. An unknown species of Impatiens was collected from Yunnan, southwest China. Impatiens pandurata Y. H. Tan & S. X. Yu, a new species of Balsaminaceae from Jinping County and Malipo County, Yunnan, China is similar to I. apalophylla and I. clavigera in having racemose inflorescences, 4 lateral sepals, hammer-shaped capsules and ellipsoid seeds, but differs in having leaves with oblanceolate blades aggregated at the top of the stem, 3-5-flowered racemes, a yellow lower sepal without reddish patches, yellowish flowers, and a dorsal petal with stalks at the base. Molecular phylogenetic analyses of sequences from both nuclear ribosomal and plastid genes confirm that this new species is distinct from morphologically similar species previously
Botanical Name :Impatiens capensis Family: Balsaminaceae Genus: Impatiens Species: I. capensis Kingdom: Plantae Order: Ericales Synonyms: Impatiens biflora -
Deep in a shadowy swamp beside standing water with knobby Baldcypress knees rising nearby, a narrow shaft of light highlighted whats shown above.. Thats the Orange Touch-me-not, also called Orange Jewelweed, IMPATIENS CAPENSIS. With such an unusual blossom you might guess that touch-me-nots belong to a smallish family, and thats the case. Its the Balsam Family, Balsaminaceae, comprising only two genera and about 850 species of soft or succulent herbs. A distinguishing feature of the family is that its flowers have three sepals -- the calyx lobes subtending the corolla and sexual parts -- with one of those sepals being tremendously enlarged into a backward-projecting "honey-spur." The honey-spur is a baglike structure holding nectar for pollinators. Hummingbirds are especially attracted to the flowers, as well as bees and butterflies. In the above image you can clearly see two yellowish sepals atop the orange corolla, and the orange third sepal, the honey-spur, behind the flowers opening. A ...
A woodiness disease of passionfruit was described by Cobb (1901) but as both passionfruit woodiness and cucumber mosaic viruses may cause woody fruit and leaf mosaic (Taylor, 1959), the authenticity of records prior to that of McKnight (1953) is in doubt. However, passionfruit woodiness virus was rare in P. edulis in Queensland in 1927 and widespread in 1932 (Simmonds, 1959) suggesting that it was introduced into that State about 1927. Its absence from cool, temperate areas of Australia and the rare occurrence of cucumber mosaic virus in Queensland suggest that ecological factors influence the distribution of both viruses. Experimentally, a mixed infection by the two viruses in P. edulis causes a very severe disease (Taylor, 1959), but naturally occurring mixed infections are not always so virulent. To differentiate the two viruses it is best to use the electron microscope; the filamentous particles of passionfruit woodiness virus are usually readily found in the sap of infected plants. The ...
In the present study, a novel technique was used for the measurement of retinal vessel diameter during flicker stimulation. Several approaches have been tried to investigate the blood flow change in the retina during neuronal stimulation in humans. In one of these studies, the blue-field entoptic technique was used and an increase in retinal white blood cell flux in response to flicker stimulation was reported in healthy volunteers. 7 However, the flicker light prevents visibility of leukocytes, and therefore retinal macular blood flow cannot be quantified during stimulation. Another study measured D on fundus photographs taken immediately after flicker cessation to assess the change in D in response to flicker. 8 From these measurements, it was inferred that D increased during flicker. In contrast to this previous study, the present work describes measurements of D during flicker. The D response in arteries was more pronounced than that in veins, which indicates that the arterial bed plays an ...
Albach, D. C., P. S. Soltis, D. E. Soltis, and R. G. Olmstead. 2001. Phylogenetic analysis of asterids based on sequences of four genes. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 88:163-212.. Anderberg, A. A. 1992. The circumscription of the Ericales, and their cladistic relationships to other families of "higher" dicotyledons. Systematic Botany 17:660-675.. Anderberg, A. A., C. Rydin, and M. K llersj . 2002. Phylogenetic relationships in the order Ericales s.l.: analyses of molecular data from five genes from the plastid and mitochondrial genomes. American Journal of Botany 89:677-687.. Anderberg, A. A. and B. St hl. 1995. Phylogenetic interrelationships in the order Primulales, with special emphasis on the family circumscriptions. Canadian Journal of Botany 73:1699-1730.. Anderberg, A. A., B. St hl and M. K llersj . 1998. Phylogenetic relationships in the Primulales inferred from rbcL sequence data. Plant Systematics and Evolution 211:93-102.. Anderberg, A. A., B. St hl and M. K llersj . 2000. ...
We determined the complete genome sequence of the passion fruit woodiness virus Gld-1 isolate (PWV-Gld-1) from Australia and compared it with that of PWV-MU-2, another Australian isolate of PWV. The genomes shared high sequence identity in both the complete nucleotide sequence and the ORF amino acid sequence. All of the cleavage sites of each protein were identical to those of MU-2, and the sequence identity for the individual proteins ranged from 97.2 % to 100.0 %. However, the 5′ untranslated region (5′UTR) of the Gld-1 isolate shared only 46.8 % sequence identity with that of PWV-MU-2 and was 177 nucleotides shorter. Re-sequencing of the 5′UTR of MU-2 revealed that the 5′ end of the original sequence includes an artifact generated by deep sequencing.. ...
Ericales: Ericales, rhododendron order of flowering plants, containing 25 families, 346 genera, and more than 11,000 species. The relationships of the order are unclear. It belongs to neither of the two major asterid groups (Asterids I or Asterids II), but with Cornales it is basal to the core asterid clade
Anderberg, A.A., Rydin, C. & Källerjö, M. 2002. Phylogenetic relationships in the order Ericales s.l.: Analyses of molecular data from five genes from the plastid and mitochondrial genomes. American Journal of Botany 89(4): 677-687. doi: 10.3732/ajb.89.4.677 Full text PDF reference page ...
Earthy flavors exist in a variety of cannabis strains-some uplifting, some calming. Check out these earthy strains with terpene profiles that lend notes of pine, woodiness, and hash.
Botanical Name: Arbutus andrachne Family: Ericaceae Genus: Arbutus Species: A. andrachne Kingdom: Plantae Order: Ericales Common Names:Greek Strawberry Tree or
Within the rosid order Malpighiales, Rhizophoraceae and Erythroxylaceae (1) are strongly supported as sisters in molecular phylogenetic studies and possibly form a clade with either Ctenolophonaceae (2) or with Linaceae, Irvingiaceae and Caryocaraceae (less well supported) (3). In order to assess the validity of these relationships from a floral structural point of view, these families are comparatively studied for the first time in terms of their floral morphology, anatomy and histology. Overall floral structure reflects the molecular results quite well and Rhizophoraceae and Erythroxylaceae are well supported as closely related. Ctenolophonaceae share some unusual floral features (potential synapomorphies) with Rhizophoraceae and Erythroxylaceae. In contrast, Linaceae, Irvingiaceae and Caryocaraceae are not clearly supported as a clade, or as closely related to Rhizophoraceae and Erythroxylaceae, as their shared features are probably mainly symplesiomorphies at the level of Malpighiales or a ...
Although the floral structure described above is considered the "typical" structural plan, plant species show a wide variety of modifications from this plan. These modifications have significance in the evolution of flowering plants and are used extensively by botanists to establish relationships among plant species. For example, the two subclasses of flowering plants may be distinguished by the number of floral organs in each whorl: dicotyledons typically having 4 or 5 organs (or a multiple of 4 or 5) in each whorl and monocotyledons having three or some multiple of three. The number of carpels in a compound pistil may be only two, or otherwise not related to the above generalization for monocots and dicots.. In the majority of species individual flowers have both pistils and stamens as described above. These flowers are described by botanists as being perfect, bisexual, or hermaphrodite. However, in some species of plants the flowers are imperfect or unisexual: having only either male ...
Im looking for what might be called a hipster fragrance; not necessarily something that a hipster would actually buy (it doesnt need to be free-trade/organic/vegan/etc), but something that would go with the sort of hipster outfit given in the thread title. It should be something that would work year-round, with a casual, fresh vibe. And most importantly, I would like it to have a touch of incense, as well as a discernible woodiness (ideally cedar). So far the best thing Ive come up
Looking for Monotrotaceae? Find out information about Monotrotaceae. A large family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Ericales distinguished by having twice as many stamens as corolla lobes. a family of dicotyledonous... Explanation of Monotrotaceae
Early Roses pretty much begins as it ends, structured in an almost linear style. The first hit is unmistakeable fresh rose, cut with a little fruity tanginess, no powder or real sweetness, very fresh like in some Rosine fragrances. A complimentary rosy note of pink pepper is there as well, making the scent feel contemporary and keeping it from any sourness probably aided by some hedione (fresh green jasmine note). The warmer underscore of woodiness (comparable to that in Stella but a little bit creamier) comes almost immediately, blossoming into lusher rosiness. The floral core is flanked by clean musky notes, producing a skin-like effect throughout which lasts well although always in the lower, subtle register. If you are searching for the embullient roses of Paris by Yves Saint Laurent, or want your Eaux de Parfum to have ooomph, you might find it too sotto voce for your tastes ...
As with the first two pairs, launched in 2006 and 2008, Schoen has designed two scents as an homage to a single scent ingredient, or aroma-chemical. The aroma-chemical this time is vetiveryle acetate, a refined vetiver note which is celebrated at its purest in Molecule 03. Escentric 03, on the other hand, is a tribute to the more familiar side of vetiver: its dark, slightly exotic woodiness. The fragrance opens with a burst of freshness - the ginger root is joined by top notes of green
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Features and specifications: 1) Tree origin: South America 2) Shiny and interlaced grain, very fine and highly precious 3) Heavy woodiness, high strength 4) Outstanding corrosion resistance 5) Termite-proof, sorrel or maroon 6) Flooring may be
APG IV Classification: Domain: Eukaryota • (unranked): Archaeplastida • Regnum: Plantae • Cladus: angiosperms • Cladus: eudicots • Cladus: core eudicots • Cladus: superasterids • Cladus: asterids • Ordo: Ericales • Familia: Ericaceae • Subfamilia: Vaccinioideae • Tribus: Vaccinieae • Genus: Gaylussacia Kunth ...
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Update: 2530 days 12hrs. Comments: - Why do I worship Passionfruit?? Let me count the ways:. Easy to grow, looks great/lush, perfect flower, no pests, versatile fruit - can even chuck the whole fruit in the freezer when there is a glut - no prep or packaging required!. In order to save space I have:. Panama Gold - grafted Black/purples - grafted (Nelly kelly brand). Pan Red seedling (photo). Sunshine special seedling (has a mild woodiness virus). Common red seedling (cinnabarina - sp?) The panama red and golds are great. They do tend to flower much later in summer (as we are semi-tropical) and carry fruit right thru till next spring - with them slowing ripening and dropping thru winter. The winter ripened ones are not as sweet as in those that ripen in the warmer weather. The pan red seedling is out of control and fruits madly.. The purple Nellie Kellies: it took 4 vines before I got a "go-er" - I love the intense flavour of any of the purples the best. Nov 2010: I am probably less than a month ...
APG IV Classification: Domain: Eukaryota • (unranked): Archaeplastida • Regnum: Plantae • Cladus: angiosperms • Cladus: eudicots • Cladus: core eudicots • Cladus: superasterids • Cladus: asterids • Ordo: Ericales • Familia: Ericaceae • Subfamilia: Ericoideae • Tribus: Ericeae • Genus: Erica • Species: Erica haematocodon T.M.Salter ...
Angiosperm evolution has given rise to an overwhelming diversity of floral morphologies adapted to pollination by a multitude of different vectors. This diversity is mirrored in the high variability of breeding systems and reproductive strategies across angiosperms. Hence, it is hypothesized that floral form and function have important effects on diversification [1-4]. There is an extensive body of literature on floral morphology, pertaining both to extant and extinct taxa [5-11]. However, the distribution of flower morphological diversity across major subclades, let alone across the angiosperms as a whole, has rarely been addressed using an explicitly analytical and synthetic approach [12,13]. Such broad-scale analyses of disparity (morphological diversity) have so far been largely restricted to animal groups [14-17].. Morphospace analyses are used to study macro-evolutionary patterns and trends in disparity within and among clades. While disparity analyses are traditionally conducted on large ...
In an early scene in The Tree of Life, the new movie by Terrence Malick, an authoritarian patriarch played by Brad Pitt disrupts a family dinner to instruct his three young sons in the appreciation of classical music.. Before their inexpressive faces, he brandishes an album cover of Brahms Fourth Symphony, performed by the NBC Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Arturo Toscanini. Pitts character rather obnoxiously conducts along to the recording, which has been playing throughout the meal, and exhorts his boys to open their ears to Brahms majestic chords.. Classical music clearly plays an important role in this 1950s suburban Texas household, as it does in The Tree of Life.. In each of his five feature films to date, Malick has used classical music as his principal soundtrack. The Tree of Life features selections and snippets from more than 30 individual pieces -- including works by Brahms, Mahler, Bach, Górecki and Holst. They are all woven together seamlessly with the help of some ...
In plants, the posttranslational modification small ubiquitin-like modifier (SUMO) is involved in regulating several important developmental and cellular processes, including flowering time control and responses to biotic and abiotic stresses. Here, we report two proteases, SUMO PROTEASE RELATED TO FERTILITY1 (SPF1) and SPF2, that regulate male and female gamete and embryo development and remove SUMO from proteins in vitro and in vivo. spf1 mutants exhibit abnormal floral structures and embryo development, while spf2 mutants exhibit largely a wild-type phenotype. However, spf1 spf2 double mutants exhibit severe abnormalities in microgametogenesis, megagametogenesis, and embryo development, suggesting that the two genes are functionally redundant. Mutation of SPF1 and SPF2 genes also results in misexpression of generative- and embryo-specific genes. In vitro, SPF1 and SPF2 process SUMO1 precursors into a mature form, and as expected in vivo, spf1 and spf2 mutants accumulate SUMO conjugates. Using ...
Eukaryota; Viridiplantae; Streptophyta; Embryophyta; Tracheophyta; Spermatophyta; Magnoliophyta; eudicotyledons; Gunneridae; Pentapetalae; asterids; Ericales; Ericaceae; Vaccinioideae; Vaccinieae; Vaccinium ...
This is a CCTG sponsored trial in collaboration with UCSD-AVRC investigators to get more information about the methods that are used on the internet to provide information on how to reduce the risk of giving or getting infections that are often or usually passed from one person to another during sexual or intimate contact (sexually transmitted infection (STI)). STIs include chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis. The purpose of this study is to develop methods that will allow someone who is living with HIV an easy way that they can get information and learn of ways on their own that can decrease their chances of getting sexually transmitted infections and ways that they can reduce the chance that they may transmit HIV to others ...

Impatiens pandurata (Balsaminaceae), a new species from Yunnan, China | Botanical Studies | Full TextImpatiens pandurata (Balsaminaceae), a new species from Yunnan, China | Botanical Studies | Full Text

Impatiens pandurata Y. H. Tan & S. X. Yu, a new species of Balsaminaceae from Jinping County and Malipo County, Yunnan, China ... Tan, Y., Liu, Y., Jiang, H. et al. Impatiens pandurata (Balsaminaceae), a new species from Yunnan, China. Bot Stud 56, 29 (2015 ... Balsaminaceae), and Marcgravia umbellata L. and Norantea guianensis Aubl. (Marcgraviaceae), were included as outgroups, based ... Impatiens pandurata (Balsaminaceae), a new species from Yunnan, China. *Yun-Hong Tan1. , ...
more infohttps://as-botanicalstudies.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s40529-015-0108-4

Impatiens balsamina  - Plant FinderImpatiens balsamina - Plant Finder

Family: Balsaminaceae Native Range: India, southeast Asia Zone: 2 to 11 Height: 0.50 to 2.50 feet ...
more infohttp://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/PlantFinder/PlantFinderDetails.aspx?kempercode=a585

Impatiens capensis | Find Me A CureImpatiens capensis | Find Me A Cure

Balsaminaceae Genus: Impatiens Species: I. capensis Kingdom: Plantae Order: Ericales Synonyms: Impatiens biflora - ... Family: Balsaminaceae. Genus: Impatiens. Species: I. capensis. Kingdom: Plantae. Order: Ericales. Synonyms: Impatiens biflora ...
more infohttp://findmeacure.com/2013/09/07/impatiens-capensis/

Balsaminaceae - WikipediaBalsaminaceae - Wikipedia

Balsaminaceae of Mongolia in FloraGREIF Balsaminaceae in BoDD - Botanical Dermatology Database Media related to Balsaminaceae ... The Balsaminaceae (commonly known as the balsam family) are a family of dicotyledonous plants, comprising two genera: Impatiens ... at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Balsaminaceae at Wikispecies. ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balsaminaceae

Phylogeny, infrageneric classification and species delimitation in the Malagasy Impatiens (Balsaminaceae)Phylogeny, infrageneric classification and species delimitation in the Malagasy Impatiens (Balsaminaceae)

Balsaminaceae) is represented in Madagascar by no less than 260 species. We conducted molecular phylogenetic analyses of the ...
more infohttps://phytokeys.pensoft.net/article/28216/

Floral development of Hydrocera and Impatiens reveals evolutionary trends in the most early diverged lineages of the...Floral development of Hydrocera and Impatiens reveals evolutionary trends in the most early diverged lineages of the...

Balsaminaceae consist of two genera, the monospecific Hydrocera and its species-rich sister Impatiens. Although both genera are ... Balsaminaceae consist of two genera, the monospecific Hydrocera and its species-rich sister Impatiens. Although both genera are ... Balsaminaceae consist of two genera, the monospecific Hydrocera and its species-rich sister Impatiens. Although both genera are ... development of Hydrocera and Impatiens reveals evolutionary trends in the most early diverged lineages of the Balsaminaceae ...
more infohttps://anthecology.org/a/0000680210

Ericales | plant order | Britannica.comEricales | plant order | Britannica.com

Balsaminaceae group. The Balsaminaceae group members-Balsaminaceae, Marcgraviaceae, and Tetrameristaceae (including Pelliciera ... Balsaminaceae. Balsaminaceae, or the touch-me-not family, includes 2 genera and about 1,000 species of fleshy herbs. Hydrocera ... The Balsaminaceae group contains Balsaminaceae, Marcgraviaceae, and Tetrameristaceae (including Pelliciera). The Polemoniaceae ... Balsaminaceae are rather fleshy herbs that have toothed leaves and strongly zygomorphic, spurred flowers, with the five stamens ...
more infohttps://www.britannica.com/plant/Ericales

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - The University of Texas at AustinLady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - The University of Texas at Austin

Balsaminaceae (Touch-Me-Not Family). Synonym(s): Impatiens biflora, Impatiens fulva, Impatiens noli-tangere ssp. biflora, ...
more infohttps://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=IMCA

EEB Greenhouse Collections  native to Gulf of Guinea Is.EEB Greenhouse Collections native to Gulf of Guinea Is.

Balsaminaceae. *Impatiens niamniamensis - tropical east Africa Bignoniaceae. Subfamily Tribe Tecomeae *Kigelia africana - ...
more infohttp://florawww.eeb.uconn.edu/BRU_GGI.html

EEB Greenhouse Collections  native to IndiaEEB Greenhouse Collections native to India

Balsaminaceae. *Impatiens grandis - India, Nepal Basellaceae. Subfamily Baselleae *Basella alba "Red Malabar" - Trop. Asia ...
more infohttp://florawww.eeb.uconn.edu/BRU_IND.html

APG III system - WikipediaAPG III system - Wikipedia

Balsaminaceae A.Rich. Clethraceae Klotzsch Cyrillaceae Lindl. Diapensiaceae Lindl. Ebenaceae Gürke Ericaceae Juss. ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/APG_III_system

Flowers and Shrubs: B | ClipArt ETCFlowers and Shrubs: B | ClipArt ETC

Orders of Balsaminaceae, Rhamnaceae, Vitaceae, and Tiliaceae. The orders pictured are balsaminaceae, rhamnaceae, vitaceae, and ...
more infohttps://etc.usf.edu/clipart/galleries/1101-flowers-and-shrubs-b

Impatiens balsamina - WikipediaImpatiens balsamina - Wikipedia

Different parts of the plant are used as traditional remedies for disease and skin afflictions. Juice from the leaves is used to treat warts and snakebite, and the flower is applied to burns.[5] This species has been used as indigenous traditional medicine in Asia for rheumatism, fractures, and other ailments.[6] In Korean folk medicine, this impatiens species is used as a medicine called bongseonhwa dae (봉선화대) for the treatment of constipation and gastritis.[7] Chinese people used the plant to treat those bitten by snakes or who ingested poisonous fish.[8] Juice from the stalk, pulverised dried stalks, and pastes from the flowers were also used to treat a variety of ailments.[8] Vietnamese wash their hair with an extract of the plant to stimulate hair growth.[8] One in vitro study found extracts of this impatiens species, especially of the seed pod, to be active against antibiotic-resistant strains of Helicobacter pylori.[6] It is also an inhibitor of 5α-reductases, enzymes that reduce ...
more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garden_Balsam

Impatiens glandulifera - Wikimedia CommonsImpatiens glandulifera - Wikimedia Commons

Balsaminaceae • Genus: Impatiens • Species: Impatiens glandulifera Royle (1835) ...
more infohttps://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Impatiens_glandulifera

Category:Impatiens psittacina - Wikimedia CommonsCategory:Impatiens psittacina - Wikimedia Commons

Balsaminaceae • Genus: Impatiens • Species: Impatiens psittacina Hook.f. ...
more infohttps://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Impatiens_psittacina

Illustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants: Dicotyledons - Focke Albers - Google BooksIllustrated Handbook of Succulent Plants: Dicotyledons - Focke Albers - Google Books

The history of the project that eventually led to the publication of the present handbook series was outlined in the preface to the Monocotyledons volume, published in the summer of 2001. A short summary of its history will therefore be sufficient: Handbooks devoted to succulent plants (including cacti) have a long-standing tradition. First treatments covering the family Cactaceae were already published in the 19th century, but the first handbook dealing with the so-called other succulents, authored by Hermann Jacobsen, was only published in 1954 - 1955, then called Handbuch der sukkulenten Pflanzen. A revised and - larged English edition was published 1959 and was repeatedly reprinted subsequently. The success of this first handbook led to the publication of the more compact Sukkulentenle- kon, again authored by Hermann Jacobsen, published 1970 in a German edition and 1975 in an English translation. Subsequent to Hermann Jacobsens death in August 1978, Klaus Hesselbarth edited the revised German
more infohttps://books.google.com/books?id=ffBRAyZLuh0C&hl=en

New Guinea impatiens plant named SAKIMP035 - Sakata Seed CorporationNew Guinea impatiens plant named 'SAKIMP035' - Sakata Seed Corporation

A New Guinea |i|impatiens |/i|plant particularly distinguished by red-purple flowers with red-purple eyes and a spreading plant habit, is disclosed.
more infohttp://www.freepatentsonline.com/y2016/0205854.html

Impatiens cribbiiImpatiens cribbii

Balsaminaceae. Scientific Name:. Impatiens cribbii (Grey-Wilson) Grey-Wilson. Synonym(s):. Impatiens gomphophylla Baker ssp. ...
more infohttp://www.iucnredlist.org/details/summary/47347975/0

Sistema APG III - Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livreSistema APG III - Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

As gunerídeas são um grande grupo de eudicotiledóneas que haviam sido nomeadas informalmente como «núcleo das eudicotiledóneas» ou «eudicotiledóneas nucleares» (em inglés "core eudicots") por quase todos os trabalhos sobre filogenia das angiospérmicas. Compreendem um grupo extremamente amplo e diverso de angiospérmicas, com uma grande variabilidade no hábito, morfologia, química, distribuição geográfica e outros atributos. A sistemática clássica, baseada unicamente em informação morfológica, não foi capaz de reconhecer este grupo. Como tal, a circunscrição das gunerídeas como um clado é baseada numa forte evidencia a partir de dos dados de análises moleculares.[25][26][27] A composição do clado é a seguinte: Gunnerales, Berberidopsidales (incluindo Aextoxicaceae),[28][29]Dilleniaceae, Santalales, Saxifragales, Vitaceae e todos os clados de Asteridae, Caryophyllales e Rosidae. Por outras palavras, o clado é composto por Gunnerales mais a totalidade do clado das ...
more infohttps://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sistema_APG_III

Система APG IV - ВикипедияСистема APG IV - Википедия

Balsaminaceae A.Rich., nom. cons.. *Clethraceae Klotzsch, nom. cons.. *Cyrillaceae Lindl., nom. cons. ...
more infohttps://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A1%D0%B8%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%BC%D0%B0_APG_IV

Botanical Electronic News - BEN #281Botanical Electronic News - BEN #281

Impatiens glandulifera - Balsaminaceae *Matricaria discoidea - Asteraceae *Mimulus guttatus - Scrophulariaceae *Quercus ilex - ...
more infohttp://www.ou.edu/cas/botany-micro/ben/ben281.html

Plant Search ResultPlant Search Result

Balsaminaceae. I. biflora. I. fulva.. 3. 2. Impatiens glandulifera. Jewelweed, Ornamental jewelweed. Balsaminaceae. I. roylei. ...
more infohttps://pfaf.org/user/DatabaseSearhResult.aspx?CName=J%25

Plant Search ResultPlant Search Result

Balsaminaceae. I. biflora. I. fulva.. 3. 2. Impatiens glandulifera. Jewelweed, Ornamental jewelweed. Balsaminaceae. I. roylei. ... Balsaminaceae. I. gigantea. Edgew.. 2. 0. Imperata cylindrica. Cogongrass, Japanese Blood Grass. Poaceae or Gramineae. I. ...
more infohttp://www.pfaf.org/User/DatabaseSearhResult.aspx?CName=I%25

University of Hawaii Campus Plants, UH BotanyUniversity of Hawaii Campus Plants, UH Botany

Impatiens wallerana; Zanzibar impatiens, busy lizzy; Balsaminaceae. *Indigofera spicata; creeping indigo; Fabaceae (Leguminosae ...
more infohttp://www.botany.hawaii.edu/faculty/carr/160webindex.htm