Araliaceae


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The Araliaceae tree has several defences which the team suggests are linked to the historic presence of moa.
To prove that these defences were linked to the presence of moa, the team compared Araliaceae leaves to samples from a similar species of tree, P chathamicus, from the Chatham Islands, which are 800 kilometres east of New Zealand.
Dominant plant families in the area include: Lauraceae, Rubiaceae, Melastomataceae, Araliaceae, Arecaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Myrtaceae, Piperaceae and Solanaceae, and within the vascular epiphytes Orchidaceae has more than 120 species.
Chen belongs to the family Araliaceae, and since ancient times has been widely used in traditional Chinese herbal medicine to promote bone healing following a fracture (Qiang et al.
Traditional theories suggest an origin of Araliaceae in the Paleotropics during the Cretaceous or earlier, and the derivation of the more temperate Apiaceae from proto-araliaceous stock due to climatic changes during the Late Cretaceous or early Cenozoic (Mathias, 1965; Rodriguez, 1971).
2001) used a fixed fossil age of 69 Ma and estimated the age of Apiales at 85-90 Ma, with the Araliaceae clade originating 41-45 Ma.
KRG-WE is prepared with 6 year-old Korean red ginseng from roots of 6-year-old ginseng, Panax ginseng Meyer, family Araliaceae, harvested in Republic of Korea.
8), including Araliaceae, Cunoniaceae, Elaeocarpaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Menispermaceae, Myrsinaceae, Myrtaceae, Proteaceae and Sterculiaceae.
Species Categories Diet (%) Araliaceae Dendropanax macrophyllum Fruit 3.
amp; 1/1 120 Moritzi Araliaceae, Asterids Dendropanax Decne.
Araliaceae Fruits of this family are commonly drupaceous, and only rarely winged.
2002) cladogram; Apiaceae, Araliaceae, Aralidiaceae, Torriceliaceae, Melanophyllaceae, Griseliniaceae, and Pittosporaceae, of which three have been reported from the fossil record (Table 6).
Chromosomal evolution in Araliaceae and close relatives.