Media related to Sapindaceae at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Sapindaceae at Wikispecies Sapindaceae in BoDD - Botanical ... The Sapindaceae are a family of flowering plants in the order Sapindales known as the soapberry family. It contains 138 genera ... Sapindaceae are related to Rutaceae, and both are usually placed in an order Sapindales or Rutales, depending on whether they ... The Sapindaceae occur in temperate to tropical regions, many in laurel forest habitat, throughout the world. Many are ...
... would possibly place the genus outside Sapindaceae. Acevedo-Rodríguez, P.; et al. (2011). "Sapindaceae". In Klaus Kubitzki. The ... On some Sapindaceae of the greater part of India and the East] (Digitised archive copy, online, from biodiversitylibrary.org). ... Sapindaceae) from Ethiopia". Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Botany. 58 (372): 201-205. doi:10.1111/j.1095-8339.1962. ... Radlkofer, L. (1895). "Sapindaceae". In Engler, A. Die Natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien, Teil III (in German). 5. Leipzig: W. ...
Sapindaceae (excluding Handeliodendron). In: Law Yuh-wu & Lo Hsien-shui, eds., Fl. Reipubl. Popularis Sin. 47(1): 1-72.. ... 2. Sapindaceae 无患子科 wu huan zi ke Authors: Nianhe Xia & Paul A. Gadek Trees or shrubs (or woody vines with tendrils in ... There is some variation in the circumscription of Sapindaceae in taxonomic treatments, particularly with regard to the ... There is some support for "Xanthoceratoideae" being the first lineage to diverge within the broadly defined Sapindaceae ...
Sapindaceae A. L. Jussieu 无患子科 Sapindaceae. Sapindus drummondii. Credit: Xiangying Wen ...
PLANT: Trees, shrubs, or vines, evergreen or deciduous, monoecious, dioecious, or polygamodioecious (occasionally with only perfect flowers). LEAVES: alternate or very rarely opposite, pinnately (sometimes bipinnately) compound or trifoliolate, rarely simple, exstipulate (except in climbing species). INFLORESCENCE: terminal and/or axillary, bracteate, racemose, paniculate or unilateral cymes, rarely uniflorous and axillary. FLOWERS: actinomorphic or slightly zygomorphic, small; sepals 4 or 5, distinct or sometimes connate below, usually unequal, imbricate (rarely valvate); petals 0, 3-5, distinct, imbricate, clawed, often with internal scaly- or hair-tufted-appendages near the claw; nectar-disc commonly present; stamens 4-10 (rarely many); filaments distinct, often hairy; pistil 1, the ovary superior, usually (1-)3(-4)-loculed, the placentation axile (or parietal), the style simple or trifid. FRUIT: various; ovules 1 or 2 per locule (rarely many). SEEDS: often with an aril or fleshy testa; ...
In Western markets, the extract from the seeds of Paullinia cupana Kunth, Sapindaceae, popularly known as Guaraná, is most ... Paullinia cupana Kunth (Sapindaceae): A review of its ethnopharmacology, phytochemistry and pharmacology. Lidilhone Hamerski 1 ... In Western markets, the extract from the seeds of Paullinia cupana Kunth, Sapindaceae, popularly known as Guaraná, is most ...
Sapindaceae), and promotes a high oxidative stress in host plant tissues. This biotic stress is assumed by the histochemical ... Sapindaceae), and promotes a high oxidative stress in host plant tissues. This biotic stress is assumed by the histochemical ... FIGURE 1. (A) Shrub of Matayba guianensis (Sapindaceae) in a population located at Estação Ecológia do Panga, municipality of ... Matayba guianensis (Sapindaceae) has a wide distribution in Brazilian Cerrado areas with oligotrophic soils (Ratter et al., ...
2.36.2 Family : Sapindaceae. *2.37 Order : Saxifragales *2.37.1 Family : Crassulaceae. *2.37.2 Family : Paeoniaceae ...
Sapindaceae Reference. *Buerki, Sven, C. Davidson, J. T. Pereira and M. W. Callmander 2013 A new species of Trigonachras ( ... Ranunculaceae to Sapindaceae L. Reeve & Co. Ltd. London *Hsieh, Chang-Fu 1989 Structure and Floristic Composition of the Beech ... Meyer, F. G. 1976 A revision of the genus koelreuteria (Sapindaceae) Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 57 (2) 129-166 ... Li, Jianhua, Jipei Yue, and Suzanne Shoup 2006 Phylogenetics of Acer (Aceroideae, Sapindaceae) Based on nucleotide sequences of ...
Sapindaceae (Soapberry Family). USDA Symbol: UNSP. Image Information. Photographer: Mathews, Ray. City: Austin. County: Travis ...
Sapindaceae (Soapberry Family). Synonym(s): Sapindus drummondii. USDA Symbol: SASAD. USDA Native Status: L48 (N) Soapberry is a ...
SAPINDACEAE. This is the family that includes the hop bushes (Dodonaea spp.) from arid and northern Australia. ...
Family Sapindaceae). In Sindh only three small farmers grow litchi. Local varieties Bedana, Surahi and Gola. But M. H. Panwar ...
Cardiospermum L. belongs to the Paullinieae tribe (Sapindaceae) and comprises 16 species. Of these, 12 species are present in ... Karyotype evolution and phylogenetic analyses in the genus Cardiospermum L. (Paullinieae, Sapindaceae). Urdampilleta, Juan ... Sapindaceae); Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc; Plant Biology; 15; 5; 5-11-2012; 868-881. ...
Sapindaceae): a monograph. Leiden Botanical Series. 15. pp. 1-190.. *^ Reynolds, Sally T. (1991). "New species and changes in ... Sapindaceae from Queensland". Austrobaileya. 3 (3): 489-501. JSTOR 41738788.. *^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Cooper, Wendy; Cooper ... Cupaniopsis is a genus of about 67 species of trees and shrubs of the soapberry family, Sapindaceae.[3] They grow naturally in ... Sapindaceae), a new species from the Wet Tropics of north-east Queensland". Austrobaileya. 7 (2): 293-298. JSTOR 41739034.. ...
Sapindaceae, native to the Amazon basin and especially common in Brazil. Guarana features large leaves and clusters of flowers ...
Sapindaceae, Paullinieae) infrageneric classification: a cytogenetic approach. Coulleri, Juan Pablo. ; Dematteis, Massimiliano ... Serjania (Sapindaceae, Paullinieae) comprises about 230 species, and currently two infrageneric classifications have been ... Sapindaceae, Paullinieae) infrageneric classification: a cytogenetic approach; Springer Wien; Plant Systematics and Evolution; ...
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
Development of SEINet, Symbiota, and several of the specimen databases have been supported by National Science Foundation Grants (DBI 9983132, BRC 0237418, DBI 0743827, DBI 0847966 ...
Development of SEINet, Symbiota, and several of the specimen databases have been supported by National Science Foundation Grants (DBI 9983132, BRC 0237418, DBI 0743827, DBI 0847966 ...
Sapindaceae • Subfamilia: Sapindoideae • Genus: Melicoccus • Species: Melicoccus bijugatus ...
Family: Sapindaceae. Dimocarpus longan Litchi chinensis Nephelium lappaceum Schleichera oleosa Family: Sterculiaceae. ...
1977: The reproductive biology ofCupania guatemalensis Radlk. (Sapindaceae). - Evolution31: 52-63.Google Scholar ...
Sapindaceae. Subfamily Sapindoideae *Dimocarpus longan - China & Malaysia *Litchi chinensis - southern China, also found ...
Sapindaceae. Subfamily Sapindoideae *Dimocarpus longan - China & Malaysia Saururaceae. *Houttuynia cordata - Japan south to ...