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Comparison between the anatomical and morphological structure of leaf blades and foliar domatia in the ant-plant Hirtella physophora (Chrysobalanaceae). (1/4)

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Pollination and breeding system of Couepia uiti (Mart. and Zucc.) Benth (Chrysobalanaceae) in the Pantanal da Nhecolandia. (2/4)

The pollination biology and breeding system of Couepia uiti was studied. In this species, flowers opened at 06:00 AM anthesis, and nectar production began at around 0800 h, reached a maximum volume from 09:30 AM to 10:30 AM, and decreased thereafter. The nectar sugar concentration increased continuously, but showed an abrupt increase from 10:00 AM to 12:00 AM. Pollen release occurred at about 09:30 AM and was quickly collected. The stigmas became receptive at around 12:00 AM. The pollinators of C. uiti included the bees Apis mellifera, Xylocopa sp. and Bombus sp., and three species of wasps. This conclusion was based on the observation that these hymenopterans had C. uiti pollen on their bodies, visited the receptive flowers, and touched the anthers and stigmas, thereby promoting pollination. Of these floral visitors, A. mellifera was considered to be the most efficient pollinator. However, mixed pollination also occurred. The number of C. uiti flowers visited in the morning (n = 52) was three times smaller than in the afternoon (n = 62), and the species richness of floral visitors was also bigger in the afternoon (eight in the afternoon versus five in the morning). This finding indicated that these floral visitors preferred to exploit nectar rather than pollen. Controlled pollination experiments showed that C. uiti was a self-incompatible species that produced fruits only by cross-pollination. Treatments such as agamospermy and spontaneous and self-pollinations did not produce fruits.  (+info)

Specific, non-nutritional association between an ascomycete fungus and Allomerus plant-ants. (3/4)

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Predation success by a plant-ant indirectly favours the growth and fitness of its host myrmecophyte. (4/4)

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Define myrmecophyte. myrmecophyte synonyms, myrmecophyte pronunciation, myrmecophyte translation, English dictionary definition of myrmecophyte. n. A plant adapted to a mutualistic association with ants, as by having specialized cavities that shelter ant colonies. Noun 1. myrmecophyte - plant that...
Davidse, G., M. Sousa Sánchez, S. Knapp & F. Chiang Cabrera. 2024. Surianaceae a Icacinaceae. 3(2): ined. In G. Davidse, M. Sousa Sánchez, S. Knapp & F. Chiang Cabrera (eds.) Fl. Mesoamer.. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis ...
Although the spores of many fungal species were present in the galleries, the Allomerus workers behaviour favours the growth of only one species, corresponding to a monophyletic group of closely related haplotypes from the order Chaetothyriales. The occurrence of a single fungal species associated with the Allomerus galleries and of a single haplotype per colony argue for a specific association between Allomerus ants and this fungus, and thus towards host specificity. Furthermore, the ants provide the fungus with a substrate, control for potential invasions by alien fungi and the association with the ants is obligate for the survival of the fungus [8].. Such host-specificity is common in nutritional associations between ants and fungi in which fungal cultivars are mainly transmitted vertically across generations [5,6]. On the contrary, in fungus-growing termites, the fungus can reproduce and the interaction is transmitted horizontally resulting in a low specificity [15]. Note that nutritional ...
Brazilian Journal of Biological Sciences (ISSN 2358-2731), Antisnake venom activity and isolation of quercetin from the leaf of Neocarya macrophylla (Sabine) Prance ex F. White (Malpighiales: Chrysobalanaceae)
Den tyske botanikeren Wilhelm Olbers Focke publiserte i 1888 en oppdeling av rosefamilien som ble brukt i over hundre år. Focke mente at oppbygningen av fruktene var et viktig bygningstrekk for å bestemme slektskapsforholdene i gruppen. Familien ble delt i fire underfamilier: Prunoideae, Pyrinae, Spiraeoideae og Rosoideae. Noen botanikere regnet Fockes fire grupper som egne familier: steinfruktfamilien (Prunaceae eller Amygdalaceae), kjernefruktfamilien eller eplefamilien (Malaceae), spireafamilien (Spiraeaceae) og en mindre rosefamilie. Andre botanikere plasserte ytterligere to grupper, Neuradoideae og Chrysobalanoideae, i rosefamilien. I APG III-systemet er Neuradoideae regnet som familien Neuradaceae i ordenen Malvales og Chrysobalanoideae som familien Chrysobalanaceae i Malpighiales. Guamatela tuerckheimii er flyttet til en monotypisk familie i ordenen Crossosomatales. Kageneckia, Vauquelinia og Lindleya er flyttet til rosefamilien fra familien Quillajaceae. Fylogenetiske studier basert ...
The Amazonian tree known Hirtella physophora looks rather unassuming, but it is the site of several grisly spectacles. Amid its leaves and branches, an animal, a plant and a fungus conspire to create a nightmarish trap where trespassers become meals, robbers get the death penalty, and assassins are assassinated.. The tree is home to ants called Allomerus decemarticulatus, which defend it from hungry insects. In return, the tree provides the ants with leaf pouches and swollen thorns as shelter, and feeds them with nectar and sugary nodules. These food sources are rich in carbohydrates but low in proteins. To supplement their diets, the ants need flesh, and they get it by shaping the tree into traps.. The ants cut hairs from the plant and weave them together into a hollow gallery, which extends down the side of the trees branches. Within the gallery, the ants hide inside small holes, jaws agape. From the outside, nothing can see them. If an insect lands on the trap, hundreds of lurking jaws seize ...
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The most common violations during 2007-08 included "filthy" and unsafe additives, each of which accounted for 20 percent of violations. These violations together accounted for 42 percent of violations for China shipments, nearly double the share of violations from all countries (a combined 22 percent). "Filthy" violations occurred when the food appeared to contain a filthy, putrid, or decomposed substance (like human or animal hair, feces, insects, or dirt), was spoiled, or was otherwise unfi t for food (20 percent of violations for 2007-08 and 25 percent for 2002-04). This category also included some shipments rejected for containing non-nutritional substances or embedded foreign objects. Filthy violations occurred frequently for all types of products. Unsafe additives, including colorings or dyes, dulcin, cyclamate, and excess sulfite levels, accounted for 22 percent of 2007-08 violations. Melamine adulteration is included in this category. Unsafe additives were most common in fruit products. ...
The latest issue of the Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology reports that the non-nutritional effects of food is an underutilized and understudied therapeutic tool in chronic gastrointestinal diseases.. ...
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... is a species of plant in the family Chrysobalanaceae endemic to Panama. It is threatened by habitat loss. ... Prance, Ghillean T. (8 March 1989). "Chrysobalanaceae". Flora Neotropica. New York Botanical Garden Press. 9: 24-26. ISSN 0071- ... Prance, G. T. (1978). New and interesting species of Chrysobalanaceae. Acta Amazonica 8(4) 577-89. "Licania (Licania ...
... is a species of tree in the plant family Chrysobalanaceae which is native to Trinidad, the Guianas, ... Chrysobalanaceae. Flora Neotropica. 9. pp. 1-409. Winer, Lise (2009). Dictionary of the English/Creole of Trinidad & Tobago: On ...
Chrysobalanaceae (4.41%); Annonaceae (4.19%); Cecropiaceae (4.03%); Araceae (1.95%); Elaeocarpaceae (1.78%); Dilleniaceae (1.69 ...
Chrysobalanaceae (3); Leguminosae (3); Passifloraceae (2); Bromeliaceae (2); Burseraceae (2); Bombacaceae (1); Celastraceae (1 ...
... is a genus of plant in family Chrysobalanaceae described as a genus in 1905. Magnistipula is native to tropical ... Prance, G.T. & Sothers, C.A. (2003). Chrysobalanaceae 1 & 2. Species Plantarum: Flora of the World 9, 10: 1-319, 1-268. ...
The genera of Chrysobalanaceae: a study in practical and theoretical taxonomy and its relevance to evolutionary biology. ... Hirtella is a genus of plants in family Chrysobalanaceae described as a genus by Linnaeus in 1753. Hirtella is native to warmer ... Species Plantarum 1: 34 in Latin Tropicos, Hirtella L. Prance, G.T. & Sothers, C.A. (2003). Chrysobalanaceae 1 & 2. Species ...
Chrysobalanaceae superorder 6. Geranianae order 1. Geraniales family 1. Oxalidaceae family 2. Geraniaceae order 2. Linales ...
Chrysobalanaceae) Coffee ("coffee cherries" surround the better-known "bean") Cola nut (Cola acuminata; Sterculiaceae) Common ... Chrysobalanaceae), also called caimito or caimite Starfruit, see carambola Strawberry (Fragaria) Strawberry guava (Psidium ... Chrysobalanaceae) Cocona (Solanum sessilifolium; Solanaceae) Coconut (Cocos nucifera; Arecaceae) Cocoplum (Chrysobalanus icaco ...
Euphroniaceae Marc.-Berti Chrysobalanaceae R.Br., nom. cons. Humiriaceae A.Juss., nom. cons. Achariaceae Harms, nom. cons. ...
Chrysobalanaceae) Concord grape Cranberry (Vaccinium oxycoccus; Ericaceae) Dewberry (Rubus, sect. Flagellares, American ...
Rosaceae/Chrysobalanaceae), a uninomial specific name. Taxon, 32(1): 122-123. 186. Panigrahi, G. and Purohit, K.M. (1983b) ...
Chrysobalanaceae R.Br., nom. cons.. *Clusiaceae Lindl., nom. cons. (=Guttiferae Juss., nom. cons.) ...
Chrysobalanaceae. Springer. ISBN 978-3-540-41017-1. Bauer, Anneliese (April 1986). "New results of breeding Ribes nidigrolaria ...
Volume 10 part 4 (1989) - Revisions: Chrysobalanaceae, Sabiaceae. Volume 11 part 1 (1992) - Revision: Mimosaceae (Leguminosae- ...
ººChrysobalanaceae R.Br.. *§Clusiaceae Lindl.. *Ctenolophonaceae Exell & Mendonça. *ººDichapetalaceae Baill. ...
... is a plant genus in the family Chrysobalanaceae. Mainly due to deforestation, several species of these shrubs and ...
... chrysobalanaceae (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388.100.842.222 --- connaraceae (wd , gwp gwe g , in it p) MeSH B06.388. ...
Chrysobalanaceae)". Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia. 16 (3): 333. doi:10.1590/S0102-695X2006000300009. LC Method for ...
... is a tree in the family Chrysobalanaceae. The specific epithet heteropetalus is from the Greek ...
... is a tree in the family Chrysobalanaceae. The specific epithet metallica is from the Latin meaning "metallic ...
... is a tree in the family Chrysobalanaceae. It is named for the American botanist Adolph Elmer. Parinari elmeri ...
... is a tree in the family Chrysobalanaceae. The specific epithet speldens is from the Latin meaning "shining", ...
... is a tree in the family Chrysobalanaceae. The specific epithet racemosa is from the Latin meaning "clustered", ...
... is a tree in the family Chrysobalanaceae. The specific epithet grandifructus is from the Latin meaning ...
... is a tree in the family Chrysobalanaceae. The specific epithet rigida is from the Latin meaning "stiff", ...
Chrysobalanaceae). Wagner Luiz R. Barbosa, Amiraldo Peres, Sandra Gallori and Franco F. Vincieri, Revista Brasileira de ...
Within this group, Chrysobalanaceae, Trigoniaceae, Dichapetalaceae, and Euphroniaceae are especially close. All have leaf ... In Chrysobalanaceae, Balanopaceae, Trigoniaceae, Dichapetalaceae, and Euphroniaceae, each ovary chamber usually has only two ... In Malpighiales: The Chrysobalanaceae group. In Chrysobalanaceae, Balanopaceae, Trigoniaceae, Dichapetalaceae, and ... Within this group, Chrysobalanaceae, Trigoniaceae, Dichapetalaceae, and Euphroniaceae are especially close. All have leaf ...
Chrysobalanaceae is a family of flowering plants, consisting of trees and shrubs in 18 genera and about 533 species of ... 85: 137-212(docstoc.com). F. Carnevale Neto et al.: Chrysobalanaceae: secondary metabolites, ethnopharmacology and ...
In this paper we present the first results concerning the embryology of Chrysobalanaceae. In it, we document developmental ... Chrysobalanaceae have a distinctive combination of embryological features. They differ from Rosaceae (in which Chrysobalanaceae ... Chrysobalanaceae Chrysobalaneae Chrysobalanus Embryology Licania This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check ... A taximetric study of an angiosperm family: generic delimitation in the Chrysobalanaceae. New Phytol.68: 1203-1234.CrossRef ...
Chrysobalanaceae. In: W.D. Stevens, C. Ulloa Ulloa, A. Pool & O.M. Montiel (eds.). Fl. Nicaragua. Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri ...
Chrysobalanaceae is a family of flowering plants, consisting of trees and shrubs in 18 genera and about 533 species[2] of ... Chrysobalanaceae is a family of flowering plants, consisting of trees and shrubs in 18 genera and about 533 species of ... Hyde, M.A., Wursten, B.T. and Ballings, P. (2002-2014). Chrysobalanaceae Flora of Zimbabwe website. Accessed 28 August 2014 at ... F. Carnevale Neto et al.: Chrysobalanaceae: secondary metabolites, ethnopharmacology and pharmacological potential, " ...
Chrysobalanaceae: traditional uses, phytochemistry and pharmacology Chrysobalanaceae: traditional uses, phytochemistry and ... Chrysobalanaceae is a family composed of seventeen genera and about 525 species. In Africa and South America some species have ... biological and ethnopharmacological data on Chrysobalanaceae species published since the first studies that occurred in the ...
... e Chrysobalanaceae. Uma lista de espécies, baseada na coleção do herbário do CEPEC, é incluída. Áreas protegidas em forma de ... and Chrysobalanaceae. A species list, based on the collections of the CEPEC herbarium, is included. Protected areas, in this ... dispersal and ecology with special reference to Chrysobalanaceae, Caryocaraceae and Lecythidaceae. Pages 59-87in H. Larsen and ...
Chrysobalanaceae • Genus: Hirtella L. ...
Achariaceae, Balanopaceae, Bonnetiaceae, Calophyllaceae, Caryocaraceae, Centroplacaceae, Chrysobalanaceae, Clusiaceae, ... Achariaceae, Balanopaceae, Bonnetiaceae, Calophyllaceae, Caryocaraceae, Centroplacaceae, Chrysobalanaceae, Clusiaceae, ... Achariaceae, Balanopaceae, Bonnetiaceae, Calophyllaceae, Caryocaraceae, Centroplacaceae, Chrysobalanaceae, Clusiaceae, ...
Chrysobalanaceae R.Br., nom. cons.. *Clusiaceae Lindl., nom. cons. (=Guttiferae Juss., nom. cons.) ...
Chrysobalanaceae (256), Sapotaceae (244), Malvaceae (214), and Ochnaceae (166) (Fig. S1). This pattern agrees strongly with all ... Chrysobalanaceae), Pouteria (141; Sapotaceae), Inga (140; Leguminosae), Swartzia (140; Leguminosae), Philodendron (128; Araceae ... Chrysobalanaceae, Clusiaceae, Combretaceae, Connaraceae, Costaceae, Dichapetalaceae, Droseraceae, Elaeocarpaceae, Eriocaulaceae ...
Chrysobalanaceae Duration:. Growth Habit:. Native Status:. PB N. Data Source and Documentation. ...
ººChrysobalanaceae R.Br.. *§Clusiaceae Lindl.. *Ctenolophonaceae Exell & Mendonça. *ººDichapetalaceae Baill. ...
Chrysobalanaceae), IAN 194104. Anoerá ou anuerá. Native. Bark. Diarrhea and bleeding.. Decoction and maceration; 1 cup 3 x ... Chrysobalanaceae)," Natural Product Research (Formerly Natural Product Letters), vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 7-12, 2005. View at: ...
Chrysobalanaceae. Moquilea bracteosa (Benth.) Walp. Moquilea rufa Barb.Rodr.. 4. 0. Crataegus tanacetifolia. Tansy-Leaved Thorn ...
Licania platypus; sun sapote; Chrysobalanaceae. *Ligustrum japonicum.; privet; Oleaceae. *Liriope cf. muscari; variegated lily ...
Licania fasciculata is a species of plant in the family Chrysobalanaceae endemic to Panama. It is threatened by habitat loss. ... Prance, Ghillean T. (8 March 1989). "Chrysobalanaceae". Flora Neotropica. New York Botanical Garden Press. 9: 24-26. ISSN 0071- ... Prance, G. T. (1978). New and interesting species of Chrysobalanaceae. Acta Amazonica 8(4) 577-89. "Licania (Licania ...
Chrysobalanaceae). A. J. Yusuf , M. I. Abdullahi , A. M. Musa , A. K. Haruna , V. Mzozoyana and H. Abubakar Abstract. Snake ... Neocarya macrophylla (Sabine) Prance ex F. White (Malpighiales: Chrysobalanaceae) have been reportedly used in traditional ... Carnevale Neto, F.; Pilon, A. C.; Bolzani, B. V. S.; Castro-Gamboa, I. Chrysobalanaceae: Secondary metabolites, ... Chrysobalanaceae). Nigerian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, v. 21, no. 1, 15-22, 2015b. https://doi.org/10.4314/njbas. ...
Chrysobalanaceae R.Br., nom. cons.. *Humiriaceae A.Juss., nom. cons.. *Achariaceae Harms, nom. cons. ...
Chrysobalanaceae, Orchidaceae, Meliaceae, Aristolochiaceae, Rutaceae, Plumbaginaceae, Solanaceae, Sapindaceae, Passifloraceae, ...
ex Schult.) Kuntze (Chrysobalanaceae) e Connarus detersus Planch. (Connaraceae). As an lises com rela o ao grupo ecol gico ...
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Chrysobalanaceae. Ifilele. Intsia bijuga. Fabaceae (Pea Family). Kuava. Psidium guajava. Myrtaceae (Myrtle Family). Guava. ...
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Subfamily Chrysobalanoideae (often elevated to its own family Chrysobalanaceae): *Chrysobalanus (cocoplum). *Licania (gopher- ...
  • Neocarya macrophylla (Sabine) Prance ex F. White (Malpighiales: Chrysobalanaceae) have been reportedly used in traditional medicine to treat snake envenomation. (rebibio.net)
  • Preliminary evidence suggests that Prepona laertes in parts of its native range may comprise at least two host races or cryptic species, one of which feeds on Fabaceae (Leguminosae), and another on Chrysobalanaceae (Janzen et al. (ufl.edu)
  • Chrysobalanaceae is a family of flowering plants, consisting of trees and shrubs in 18 genera and about 533 species of pantropical distribution with a centre of diversity in the Amazon. (wikipedia.org)
  • We propose, based upon the evidence from embryology, vegetative features, and reproductive morphology, that Chrysobalanaceae might best be placed in the order Theales, probably near the family Theaceae. (springer.com)
  • 1969. A taximetric study of an angiosperm family: generic delimitation in the Chrysobalanaceae. (springer.com)
  • Chrysobalanaceae is a family composed of seventeen genera and about 525 species. (bvsalud.org)
  • Coca-plum is classified in the division Magnoliophyta , class Magnoliopsida, order Rosales, family Chrysobalanaceae. (encyclopedia.com)
  • The Verbenaceae family extracts did not present any antibacterial activity, while those of the Chrysobalanaceae family inhibited replication of gram positive bacteria. (ucv.ve)
  • Based on our results with these two genera, Chrysobalanaceae have a distinctive combination of embryological features. (springer.com)
  • They differ from Rosaceae (in which Chrysobalanaceae were once placed as a tribe or subfamily) in having a tenuinucellate ovule, a small nucellus with the tissue soon disintegrating, and an endothelium. (springer.com)
  • Rosefamilien (Rosaceae) er en viktig familie av blomsterplanter som omfatter 2500-3000 arter fordelt på 90-100 slekter . (wikipedia.org)
  • Especies de Cecropia son árboles de mediana a gran altura, con hojas grandes, palmadas, y peltadas (es decir, el pecíolo se inserta dentro de la lámina en lugar de en la márgen de la lámina). (wheatonma.edu)
  • Pourouma es un género que no crece tan rápidamente, y muchas veces, a diferencia de Cecropia , se le encuentra en bosque maduro. (wheatonma.edu)
  • In this paper we present the first results concerning the embryology of Chrysobalanaceae. (springer.com)
  • As well, sodiumon-propyl thiosulfate (NPTS), an alk(en)yl thiosulfate present in Allium cepa, suppressed the growth of HL-60 cells through the induction of apoptosis initiated by oxidative stress, indicating that the alk(en)yl thiosulfates account partly for the anti-carcinogenic properties of onion and have the potential to prevent tumors (Chang et al. (conicyt.cl)