Bombacaceae


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Metcalfe and Chalk [39] recoded that the more complex vasculature within the petiole of Bombacaceae seems to be associated with arboreal habit.
Wood machining properties of the Bombacaceae family of a humid tropical forest.
The members of the genus Adansonia are united by several characters that serve to discriminate them from other Bombacaceae, including a characteristic indehiscent fruit with reniform seeds and a powdery whitish pulp [1].
Malvaceae Included in the broad concept of this family are Tiliaceae, Sterculiaceae and Bombacaceae as well as traditional Malvaceae.
Family Scientific name Number of nests Lauraceae Alseodaphne semecarpifolia 2 Bombacaceae Cullenia excelsa 1 Bombax ceiba 2 Combretaceae Terminaba bellerica 3 Datiscaceae Tetrameles nudiflora 1 Myrtaceae Unidentified 1 Guttiferae Carcinia sp.
This contribution to the flora of Sao Paulo state, Brazil covers an interesting group of 12 flowering plant families, one monocot (Bromeliaceae) and eleven dicots (Araliaceae, Basellaceae, Bombacaceae, Cactaceae, Ebenaceae, Flacourtiaceae, Menispermaceae, Phytolaccaceae, Podostemaceae, Quiinaceae, Rubiaceae).
Manuscripts of the following families: Apocynaceae, Bombacaceae, Dipterocarpaceae, Escalloniaceae, Magnoliaceae, Meliaceae, Symplocaceae, Thymelacaceae, and Tiliaceae are currently being prepared/edited for publication in Volume 5 (targeted date of publication December 2003).
Thirty-nine species of plants (Aristolochiaceae [Aristolochiales], Bromeliaceae [Bromeliales], Cactaceae [Cactales]; Curcubitaceae [Curcubitales], Erythroxylaceae [Gentianales], Bombacaceae and Malvaceae [Malvales], Smilacaceae [Liliflorae], Meliaceae [Rutales], Sapindaceae [Sapindales], and Verbenaceae [Verbenales] were not infested by the tephritoid larvae (Uchoa & Nicacio 2010).
Sampling for all woody plants and palms >1 cm diameter at breast height (dbh) in a 25 ha plot found 1,104 species, 152,353 individuals, and the dominant families Bombacaceae, Palmae, Lecythidaceae, Fabaceae and Violaceae, and in a 0.
2001 Coelostegia montana, a new species of Bombacaceae from Borneo.