• subfamily
  • Although the classification at subfamilial level is fairly well-established, the circumscription at tribal and generic level remains only partially resolved, especially in the larger subfamily Sapindoideae, which has led the most recent revision to treat the majority of these genera without placing them in a tribe. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cola is a genus of trees native to the tropical rainforests of Africa , classified in the family Malvaceae , subfamily Sterculioideae (or treated in the separate family Sterculiaceae ). (worldwidefruits.com)
  • evergreen
  • Cola is a genus of the family Malvaceae with approximately 100 to 125 species occurring in the evergreen lowland and montane forest of continental (primarily tropical) Africa. (worldwidefruits.com)
  • The kola nut is a caffeine-containing nut of evergreen trees of the genus Cola , primarily of the species Cola acuminata and Cola nitida . (worldwidefruits.com)
  • trees
  • Species in this genus are sometimes referred to as Kola tree or Kola nut for the caffeine -containing fruit produced by the trees that is often used as a flavoring ingredient in beverages. (worldwidefruits.com)
  • The Kola nut is the fruit of the kola tree , a genus ( Cola ) of trees that are native to the tropical rainforests of Africa . (worldwidefruits.com)
  • name
  • 1854) named the genus Pterophyllum, but that name had already been applied by Siebold et Zuccarini to a genus of Papaveraceae in 1843 (Abh. (wikipedia.org)
  • order
  • Malvaceae) Manchineel, Hippomane mancinella (Euphorbiaceae) Mape tree, Inocarpus fagifer (Fabaceae) Masuri berry, Coriaria nepalensis (Coriariaceae) Mezereum, Daphne mezereum (Thymelaeaceae) Mistletoe, (3 genera in the order Santalales) Osage-orange, Maclura pomifera (Moraceae) Paddy melon, Cucumis myriocarpus (Curcurbitaceae) Poisonberry, Solanum dulcamara spp. (wikipedia.org)
  • native
  • Many of California's Native American tribes traditionally used soaproot, (genus Chlorogalum) and/or the root of various yucca species, which contain saponin, as a fish poison. (wikipedia.org)