A plant family of the order Violales, subclass Dilleniidae, class Magnoliopsida. The common name of rock rose is used with several plants of this family.
A plant genus of the family CISTACEAE. The common name of rock rose is also sometimes used with the closely related Helianthemum genus (CISTACEAE).
The MEDITERRANEAN SEA, the MEDITERRANEAN ISLANDS, and the countries bordering on the sea collectively.

Temporal and spatial patterns of seed dispersal in two Cistus species (Cistaceae). (1/13)

Cistus species are obligate seeding, early colonizers that follow disturbance, particularly fire, in Mediterranean ecosystems. We studied seed release, seed dispersal and soil seed populations in stands of Cistus ladanifer and C. libanotis. Seed release started in mid- to late summer (C. ladanifer) or in early autumn (C libanotis), and continued for a very extended period: 8-10 months in C. ladanifer, and for a mean of 16 months in C. libanotis. The xerochastic capsules of both species released seeds by successive dehiscence of the locules. All capsules begin to dehisce simultaneously at the start of the seed release period, but in C. libanotis capsule fragmentation replaced dehiscence early in the seed release period. In plants of both species, seed shadows were characterized by a peak of density beneath the plant canopy and a very short tail of much lower densities, indicating that seeds are concentrated beneath mother plants when dispersed. Nevertheless, in late May, at the onset of the fire season, soil seed densities beneath plant canopies were low compared with densities expected from seed shadows, but were apparently high enough to allow recovery of the stands if a disturbance, such as fire, had taken place. Seed-eating Bruchidae in summer and granivorous ants during the seed release period were apparently the main causes of seed losses. Results suggest that in both Cistus species, the staggered seed release could constitute an efficient risk-reducing trait. The plant pool of seeds existing throughout most of the year could be a relevant component of Cistus seed banks.  (+info)

Breeding system, flower visitors and seedling survival of two endangered species of Helianthemum (Cistaceae). (2/13)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Helianthemum marifolium and H. caput-felis are two endangered plant species of the western Mediterranean. Several aspects of the reproduction of both species were examined to determine whether their rarity could be related to factors causing reproductive limitation. METHODS: The flowering and fruiting phenology of both species in two non-sympatric island populations (Mallorca, Balearic Islands, western Mediterranean) were compared. Hand-pollination experiments were conducted to determine their fruit and seed production under different pollen sources. The composition of the pollinator assemblage and the effect of temporal variation and sun exposure on reproductive output and seedling survival were also investigated. KEY RESULTS: Flowering periods were longer for H. marifolium than for H. caput-felis in the populations studied. Helianthemum marifolium is mostly an outbreeder, i.e. fruit and seed set was three-fold higher when pollen came from other plants. In H. caput-felis, neither fruit nor seed set was affected by pollination treatments. Flower visitors were more diverse for H. caput-felis than for H. marifolium. In both species, most floral visits were made by hymenopterans. The total number of pollinator visits varied significantly between years, decreasing more than two-fold from 2001 to 2002, in both species. In agreement with its outbreeder character, variation in reproductive output between years was also observed in H. marifolium. It showed a 50 % decrease in fruit set in 2002, a pollinator-poor year. Finally, seedling survival increased three- to six-fold from 2001 to 2002. A correlation between seedling size and survival had also been detected. CONCLUSIONS: Reproductive limitations were detected for neither species (i.e. fruit and seed set, pollination service and seedling survival on natural populations). Hence, the increasing rarity of these two species is probably a direct result of the destruction of their habitat.  (+info)

A new highly oxygenated pseudoguaianolide from a collection of the flowers of Parthenium hysterophorus. (3/13)

A new highly oxygenated pseudoguaianolide, 8-beta-acetoxyhysterone C, along with the known compounds, parthenin, coronopilin and hysterone C, has been isolated from a collection of the flowers of Parthenium hysterophorus. The structure of the new compound was derived from the extensive studies of its spectral (mainly 1D and 2D NMR) data.  (+info)

Alternaria jesenskae sp. nov., a new species from Slovakia on Fumana procumbens (Cistaceae). (4/13)

Alternaria jesenskae sp. nov. recovered from seeds of a shrubby perennial plant Fumana procumbens (Cistaceae) in Slovakia is described and illustrated. The new taxon can be clearly separated from the other related large-spored and filament-beaked Alternaria species based on sequences of the ITS1, 5.8S and ITS2 region as well as by its distinctive morphology. Even though the molecular data have shown close relatedness with A. multirostrata, the new species is morphologically most similar to A. tomatophila distinguished primarily by the pronounced colony pigmentation, conidial septation and beak branching.  (+info)

Environmental scales on the reproduction of a gypsophyte: a hierarchical approach. (5/13)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Environmental variability at several scales can determine plant reproductive success. The main goal of this work was to model the reproductive flexibility of a semi-arid specialist considering different scales of environmental variability. METHODS: A 2-year field study was performed on the determinants of the female reproductive success of Helianthemum squamatum, an Iberian gypsophyte, considering two scales of environmental variability: differences between two contrasting slope aspects; and, on individual scale, the neighbouring microenvironment. Generalized linear mixed models were used to evaluate simultaneously the potential effects of environmental variability at both scales, together with flowering phenology and plant size on the reproductive output of H. squamatum. The following reproductive response variables were considered: number of flowers, fruit-set, number of viable and aborted seeds per fruit, and number of seeds per plant. KEY RESULTS: Contrary to expectations, environmental variability exerted a weak or even absent effect on the reproductive variables considered, while flowering phenology and plant size, which did not vary between slopes, played a major role. Surprisingly, the absolute reproductive variables were even higher in the extremely dry year of 2003, although only on the south-facing slope. The relatively milder conditions of the north-facing slope did not involve any advantage to this species in terms of reproductive output. CONCLUSIONS: The species seemed to be considerably well adapted to the environmental unpredictability characteristic of Mediterranean systems, considering its ability to maintain reproduction across contrasting environments and contrasting climatic conditions. These findings make us face the question of what must be considered stressful conditions in the case of a stress-tolerant specialist.  (+info)

The endophytic system of mediterranean Cytinus (cytinaceae) developing on five host Cistaceae species. (6/13)

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: One of the most extreme manifestations of parasitism is found in the genus Cytinus, a holoparasite whose vegetative body is reduced to an endophytic system living within its host root. There are two species of Cytinus in the Mediterranean, C. hypocistis and C. ruber, which parasitize various genera of Cistaceae, one of the most characteristic families of the Mediterranean scrublands. The aim of this work is to describe the endophytic systems of C. hypocistis and C. ruber, and their tissue relationships with their host. METHODS: Roots from five different hosts infected with C. hypocistis and C. ruber were harvested, and examined by anatomical techniques under light microscopy to elucidate the characteristics of the endophytic system of Cytinus, and to determine if differences in endophytic systems occur between the two species and in response to different hosts. KEY RESULTS: The endophyte structure is similar in both Cytinus species irrespective of the host species. In the initial stages of the endophyte, rows of parenchymal cells spread through the host pericyclic derivatives and phloem, and begin to generate small nodules in the outermost region of the host xylem. Later the nodules anastomose, and bands of parasitic tissue are formed. The host cambium continues to develop xylem tissue, and consequently the endophyte becomes enclosed within the xylem. The bands of parasitic tissue fuse to form a continuous sheath. This mature endophyte has well-developed vascular system with xylem and phloem, and forms sinkers with transfer cells that grow through the host xylem. CONCLUSIONS: The endophytic system of Cytinus develops in all host root tissues and reaches its most mature stages in the host xylem. It is more complex than previously reported, showing parenchyma, xylem and phloem tissues. This is the first report of well-developed phloem in a holoparasitic endophytic species.  (+info)

Axonal degeneration in sheep caused by the ingestion of Halimium brasiliense. (7/13)

Nervous system disease is reported in sheep from 2 farms in southern Brazil and in 33 farms in Uruguay. The illness was seasonal, occurring from May to November, during the growing season of Halimium brasiliense, and primarily affected sheep older than 3 years of age. Clinical signs included transient seizures that occurred mainly when sheep were disturbed or frightened. Most affected sheep recovered when removed to other pastures. Feeding trials produced clinical signs in 1 sheep after the ingestion of 2,117 g/kg of body weight of H. brasiliense over 142 days. Two sheep that had previously recovered from spontaneous toxicosis developed clinical signs after the ingestion of 263 g and 565 g of H. brasiliense per kg body weight given over 36 and 31 days, respectively. The main histologic lesion was vacuolation of the brain and spinal cord, with rare axonal spheroid formation. Transmission electron microscopy revealed segmental axonal swelling with degeneration and disappearance of the axonal organelles and vacuolation of the axoplasm. A pigment identified as ceroid was also present in neurons, astrocytes, and macrophages. These lesions suggested a novel morphologic manifestation of a toxic axonopathy.  (+info)

Adaptive radiation in mediterranean cistus (cistaceae). (8/13)

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Cistaceae is a family of flowering plants, also known as the rock-rose family. It includes around 20 genera and 200 species of herbaceous plants, shrubs, and small trees that are native to Europe, Africa, and Asia. These plants are characterized by their showy, often pink or purple, flowers and their sticky, resinous leaves. Some well-known members of this family include the common rock-rose (Cistus salvifolius) and the blue-eyed grass (Sisyrinchium bellum).

'Cistus' is a term that refers to a genus of plants commonly known as rockroses. These plants are native to the Mediterranean region and have pink, white, or red flowers. They belong to the family Cistaceae. While 'Cistus' is a plant genus and not a medical term, extracts from some species of Cistus have been used in traditional medicine for various purposes, such as treating skin conditions and wounds. However, it is important to note that the medical efficacy and safety of these uses have not been thoroughly studied or proven by modern scientific research.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "Mediterranean Region" is not a term with a specific medical definition. The Mediterranean Region typically refers to the geographical area surrounding the Mediterranean Sea, including countries in Southern Europe, North Africa, and Western Asia. However, in a medical context, it might refer to the study of diseases or health characteristics typical of certain populations in this region. For example, the "Mediterranean diet" is a popular term in nutrition and medicine, referring to the traditional eating habits in Mediterranean countries, which are associated with numerous health benefits. If you're looking for medical information related to a specific aspect of the Mediterranean Region or its population, please provide more context so I can give you a more accurate response.

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IPNI, Cistaceae, Type. Kubitzki 2003, p. 17. POWO, Cistaceae. Christenhusz, Fay & Chase 2017, pp. 413-414. Stearn 2002, p. 96. ...
Cistaceae Juss., nom. cons. * (including Pakaraimaea Maguire & P.S.Ashton) Sarcolaenaceae Caruel, nom. cons. Dipterocarpaceae ...
Malvanae order 1. Cistales family 1. Bixaceae family 2. Cochlospermaceae family 3. Cistaceae family 4. Diegodendraceae order 2 ...
Cistaceae) Halimiocistus × lacaitae Dans. (Lamiaceae) Micromeria lacaitae Lojac. (Leguminosae) Lathyrus lacaitae Czefr. ( ...
J.Presl $Bixaceae Kunth (including Cochlospermaceae Planch., Diegodendraceae Capuron) Cistaceae Juss. *Cytinaceae A.Rich. ...
Larvae feed on Cistaceae. Ellis, W.N. "Somabrachyidae - Plant Parasites of Europe". bladmineerders.nl. Retrieved 29 August 2022 ...
Guzman, B.; Lledo, M.D. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Adaptive Radiation in Mediterranean Cistus (Cistaceae)". PLOS ONE. 4 (7): e6362. ... Guzmán, B. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Historical biogeography and character evolution of Cistaceae (Malvales) based on analysis of ... Cistaceae) based on ITS, trnL-trnF, and matK sequences". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 37 (3): 644-660. doi:10.1016/j. ... Cistaceae)". Plant Systematics and Evolution. 295 (1-4): 23-54. doi:10.1007/s00606-011-0458-7. S2CID 21995828. Jepson Manual ...
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Shrubs: juniper (Juniperus), Rosaceae, Cistaceae, Ericaceae. Trees: pine (Pinus), alder (Alnus), willow (Salix), elm (Ulmus), ...
... (pink rock-rose, hoary rock-rose) is a species of shrubby plant in the family Cistaceae. Though it usually has ... Guzman, B.; Lledo, M.D. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Adaptive Radiation in Mediterranean Cistus (Cistaceae)". PLOS ONE. 4 (7): e6362. ... Guzmán, B. & Vargas, P. (2005), "Systematics, character evolution, and biogeography of Cistus L. (Cistaceae) based on ITS, trnL ... Guzmán, B. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Historical biogeography and character evolution of Cistaceae (Malvales) based on analysis of ...
... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae, with white flowers. It has been confused with ... ISBN 978-0-521-06662-4. Guzman, B.; Lledo, M.D. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Adaptive Radiation in Mediterranean Cistus (Cistaceae)". ... Guzmán, B. & Vargas, P. (2005). "Systematics, character evolution, and biogeography of Cistus L. (Cistaceae) based on ITS, trnL ... Guzmán, B. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Historical biogeography and character evolution of Cistaceae (Malvales) based on analysis of ...
... is a species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. It is native to the western Mediterranean region. ... Guzman, B.; Lledo, M.D. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Adaptive Radiation in Mediterranean Cistus (Cistaceae)". PLOS ONE. 4 (7): e6362. ... Temporal and spatial patterns of seed dispersal in two Cistus species (Cistaceae). Annals of Botany 89:427-434. "Cistus ... Guzmán, B. & Vargas, P. (2005). "Systematics, character evolution, and biogeography of Cistus L. (Cistaceae) based on ITS, trnL ...
doi:10.1016/S1468-1641(10)60384-2. Loizides M. (2016). "Macromycetes within Cistaceae-dominated ecosystems in Cyprus" (PDF). ... Some boletes are also known to grow in association with Cistaceae shrubs, mainly Cistus and Helianthemum, and at least one ...
Loizides M. (2016). "Macromycetes within Cistaceae-dominated ecosystems in Cyprus" (PDF). Mycotaxon. Baker RT (1897). " ...
... is a genus of trees in the family Cistaceae. The genus contains a single species, Pakaraimaea dipterocarpacea, from ... is now placed within an expanded Cistaceae due to molecular evidence showing that it is sister to the remainder of Cistaceae. ...
Sorrie, B. A. (2011). Transfer of North American Helianthemum to Crocanthemum (Cistaceae): New combinations.[permanent dead ... is a genus of about 110 species of flowering plants in the family Cistaceae. They are widely distributed throughout the ...
... (from the Greek kistos) is a genus of flowering plants in the rockrose family Cistaceae, containing about 20 species ( ... As with many other Cistaceae, the species of Cistus have the ability to form mycorrhizal associations with truffles (Tuber) and ... Guzman, B.; Lledo, M.D. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Adaptive Radiation in Mediterranean Cistus (Cistaceae)". PLOS ONE. 4 (7): e6362. ... Cistus and Halimium form a cohesive and the most derived clade within Cistaceae. Molecular phylogenetic analyses conducted ...
... is a species of shrub in the family Cistaceae. They have a self-supporting growth form and simple, broad leaves ...
... is a genus of flowering plants in the family Cistaceae. They are native to both North and South America where they ... "Historical biogeography and character evolution of Cistaceae (Malvales) based on analysis of plastid rbcL and trnL-trnF ...
... (pinweed) is a genus in the family Cistaceae of the order Malvales. The genus Lechea is based primarily in eastern North ... "Key to the pinweeds (Lechea, Cistaceae) of Alabama and adjacent states". Spaulding, D.D. (2013). Phytoneuron 2013-99: 1-15. ...
... is a species of plants in the family Cistaceae. This article incorporates text from a free content work. Licensed ...
... is a species of shrub in the family Cistaceae. They have a self-supporting growth form and simple, broad leaves ...
... is a species of plant in the family Cistaceae. It is endemic to Spain. Its natural habitat is ...
Linnaeus gave the name Hudsonia to a North American genus of Cistaceae. Flora Anglica (1762) -1798 printing The standard author ...
... is a species of flowering plants of the family Cistaceae. The species is endemic to Cape Verde. It is ... Cistaceae, Endemic flora of Cape Verde, Flora of Brava, Cape Verde, Flora of Fogo, Cape Verde, Flora of Santo Antão, Cape Verde ...
... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. Cistus pouzolzii belongs to the white and ... Guzman, B.; Lledo, M.D. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Adaptive Radiation in Mediterranean Cistus (Cistaceae)". PLOS ONE. 4 (7): e6362. ... Guzmán, B. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Historical biogeography and character evolution of Cistaceae (Malvales) based on analysis of ... Cistaceae) based on ITS, trnL-trnF, and matK sequences". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 37 (3): 644-660. doi:10.1016/j. ...
... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. Cistus parviflorus belongs to the white and ... Guzman, B.; Lledo, M.D. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Adaptive Radiation in Mediterranean Cistus (Cistaceae)". PLOS ONE. 4 (7): e6362. ... Guzmán, B. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Historical biogeography and character evolution of Cistaceae (Malvales) based on analysis of ... Cistaceae) based on ITS, trnL-trnF, and matK sequences". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 37 (3): 644-660. doi:10.1016/j. ...
Javier Herrera (2004). "Lifetime fecundity and floral variation in Tuberaria guttata (Cistaceae), a Mediterranean annual". ... Cistaceae, Plants described in 1753, Taxa named by Carl Linnaeus). ...
... is a shrubby species of flowering plant in the family Cistaceae. Cistus populifolius belongs to the white ... Guzman, B.; Lledo, M.D. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Adaptive Radiation in Mediterranean Cistus (Cistaceae)". PLOS ONE. 4 (7): e6362. ... Guzmán, B. & Vargas, P. (2009). "Historical biogeography and character evolution of Cistaceae (Malvales) based on analysis of ... Cistaceae) based on ITS, trnL-trnF, and matK sequences". Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 37 (3): 644-660. doi:10.1016/j. ...
Most Cistaceae are subshrubs and low shrubs, and some are herbaceous. They prefer dry and sunny habitats. Cistaceae grow well ... the gum cistus of the Cistaceae plant family symbolized imminent death. These generic names inside Cistaceae were defined in ... The Cistaceae are a small family of plants (rock-rose or rock rose family) known for their beautiful shrubs, which are ... Cistaceae has been listed as one of the 38 plants used to prepare Bach flower remedies, a kind of alternative medicine promoted ...
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En la década de los años setenta se inicia la colección de plantas que actualmente constituye el Herbario "Jaime Andrés Rodríguez" -LEB- de la Universidad de León. Se ha dedicado expresamente a la memoria de quien impulsó su creación y fue el primer profesor de Botánica de esta institución. El Herbario de la Universidad de León alberga, en la actualidad, además de la colección de Brasil, aproximadamente, 110.000 pliegos de plantas, 9.000 muestras de líquenes, 4.300 de hongos y 25 ejemplares tipo de diatomeas ...
Cistaceae. Rock-Rose Family. 80. Helianthemum scoparium. rockrose. SS. 3-6. 2/7 Convolvulaceae. Morning Glory Family. 81. ...
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Cistaceae), Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 109, 39-55. *Buchmann S.L., Nabham G.P. (1996) The forgotten pollinators, Island Press, ... Cistaceae), Int. J. Plant Sci. 162, 343-352. *Tepedino V.J. (1981) The pollination efficiency of the squash bee (Peponapis ...
The Rock-rose family, Cistaceae. Cistus to Tuberaria guttata. to The Rose family, Rosaceae. Acaena ovalifolia to Cydonia ...
Cistaceae (3.1%), Umbelliferae (2.4%) and Liliaceae (2.1%). Total genus represent are 1551. The top ten is compound by Teucrium ... Cistaceae (3.1%), Umbelliferae (2.4%) and Liliaceae (2.1%). Main genera in order of abundance are Teucrium (2.5%), Silene (1.6 ...
Cistus ladanifer (Common Gum Cistus) is a species of shrub in the family Cistaceae. They have a self-supporting growth form. ...
CISTACEAE. Genus. Lechea Species. Lechea mucronata Raf. - HAIRY PINWEED. Citation. Citation. LECHEA MUCRONATA Rafinesque, ...
സിസ്റ്റസ് സാൽ‌വിഫോളിയസിന് കട്ടിയുള്ള രോമങ്ങൾ പൊതിഞ്ഞ കാണ്ഡം കാണപ്പെടുന്നു. ഈ കുറ്റിച്ചെടി ശരാശരി 30-60 സെന്റീമീറ്റർ (12-24 ഇഞ്ച്) അല്ലെങ്കിൽ പരമാവധി 100 സെന്റീമീറ്റർ (39 ഇഞ്ച്) ഉയരത്തിൽ എത്തുന്നു. ഓവൽ ആകൃതിയിലുള്ള പച്ച ഇലകൾക്ക് 1 മുതൽ 4 സെന്റീമീറ്റർ വരെ നീളവും ചെറിയ ഇലഞെട്ടിന് 2-4 മില്ലീമീറ്റർ നീളവും കാണപ്പെടുന്നു.[3] പൂങ്കുലകളിൽ ഒന്നോ അതിലധികമോ വൃത്താകൃതിയിലുള്ള പുഷ്പങ്ങൾ, നീളമുള്ള ...
Family: cistaceae Common name(s): the pink rock rose Hardiness ratings: USDA zone 9 - 10 General resources. *Wikipedia. Online ...
CISTACEAE. Genus. Lechea Species. Lechea deckertii Small - DECKERTS PINWEED. Citation. Citation. LECHEA DECKERTII Small, ...
  • These eight genera can be grouped into five major lineages within Cistaceae: a basal clade of the genus Fumana the New World clade of Lechea the Helianthemum s. l. clade, consisting of the sister groups Crocanthemum and Hudsonia from the New World, and Helianthemum s. s. from the Old World the Tuberaria clade a cohesive complex of Halimium and Cistus species Cistus, Halimium and Helianthemum are widely cultivated ornamental plants. (wikipedia.org)
  • Typification of six Linnaean names in Cistus L. (Cistaceae). (wikimedia.org)
  • Cistus ladanifer mauritianus is a subspecies of shrub in the family Cistaceae . (eol.org)
  • Shrub of the Cistus family -cistaceae- up to 60 cm. (botanical-online.com)
  • Most Cistaceae have the ability to create symbiotic relationship with root fungi of the genus Tuber. (wikipedia.org)
  • pollen sources include Asteraceae (Carduoideae), Campanulaceae, Cistaceae, Convolvulaceae and Echium (Boraginaceae) (A. Müller, unpublished, based on 3 pollen samples from 3 different localities). (ethz.ch)
  • Molecular analyses of angiosperms have placed Cistaceae within the Malvales, forming a clade with two families of tropical trees, Dipterocarpaceae and Sarcolaenaceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the western Palearctic the species was formerly found in coastal scrub of bushes and dwarf palms (palmetto) Chaemerops humilis (Arecaceae), but now probably confined to suboptimal Mediterranean coastal sand scrub community including Halimium halimifolium (Cistaceae), Pistacia lentiscus (Anacardiaceae) and Quercus suber (Fagaceae) (Madge and McGowan 2002), as well as broom Calicotome villosa (Fabaceae) scrub and adjacent cultivated areas (Gutiérrez Exposito et al . (birdlife.org)
  • The Cistaceae are a small family of plants (rock-rose or rock rose family) known for their beautiful shrubs, which are profusely covered by flowers at the time of blossom. (wikipedia.org)
  • The family Cistaceae is in the major group Angiosperms (Flowering plants) . (theplantlist.net)
  • includes 1,307 scientific plant names of species rank for the family Cistaceae . (theplantlist.net)
  • includes a further 256 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the family Cistaceae . (theplantlist.net)
  • Recently the neotropical tree Pakaraimaea dipterocarpacea is placed here, following APG IV (2016) The ability of Cistaceae to thrive in many Mediterranean habitats follows from two important ecological properties: mycorrhizal ability and fast renewal after wildfire. (wikipedia.org)
  • This mechanism allows the Cistaceae to produce a large number of young shoots simultaneously and at the right time, and thus to obtain an important advantage over other plants in the process of repopulating the area. (wikipedia.org)
  • The ability of Cistaceae to create mycorrhizal relation with truffle mushroom (Tuber) prompted several studies about using them as host plants for truffle cultivation. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cistaceae has been listed as one of the 38 plants used to prepare Bach flower remedies, a kind of alternative medicine promoted for its effect on health. (wikipedia.org)
  • Most Cistaceae are subshrubs and low shrubs, and some are herbaceous. (wikipedia.org)
  • La Liste rouge des esp ces menac es en France - Chapitre Flore vasculaire de France m tropolitaine. (florealpes.com)
  • Cistaceae have also optimally adapted to the wildfires that frequently eradicate large areas of forest. (wikipedia.org)