Combretaceae


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Related to Combretaceae: Terminalia chebula, Terminalia catappa
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Cyperaceae, Liliaceae, Smilacaceae y Combretaceae, en H.
Asteraceae Sidereh beshak 23 Terminalia arjuna Combretaceae Arjun gach (Roxb.
IS EP Lonicera japonica Thunb IS-LB E Combretaceae Terminalia australis Cambess.
Myrobalan is the dried fruit of trees of the Terminalia genus, of the Combretaceae family.
Icaco Arbusto Neo Familia Combretaceae Conocarpus erectus L.
arjuna locally known as 'kumbuck' belongs to the family Combretaceae (Sarveswaran et al.
Conocarpus lancifolius is a tree from the Combretaceae family found in the Arabian peninsula, East Africa and South Asia.
Barcino Cannaceae Canna indica Achira, achirilla Chloranthaceae Hedyosmum cumbalense Granizo Combretaceae Terminalia catappa Almendro Coriariaceae Coriaria ruscifolia Cucurbitaceae Cucurbita moschata Zapallo Luffa cylindrica Estropajo Cunoniaceae Weinmannia mariquitae Encenillo Weinmannia pinnata Encenillo Weinmannia pubescens Encenillo Cupressaceae Cupressus lusitanica Pino, cipres Cyatheaceae Alsophila erinacea Palma boba, helecho Cyathea divergens Palma boba, helecho Cyclanthaceae Asplundia sp.
It belongs to Combretaceae family is an important cardiotonic plant described in the Ayurveda (Tripathi et al.
The Combretaceae family comprises 20 genera and more than 600 species (GARCEZ et al.
a deciduous tree of Combretaceae family, has been widely used in Indian system of medicine for various diseases.
Del total de informantes, 936 mencionaron 41 especies vegetales utilizadas como lena en las seis localidades, mismas que se agrupan en 19 familias botanicas, tal y como se indica en la tabla 3: Fabaceae con 15 especies, Anacardiaceae con tres especies, Anonaceae, Combretaceae, Malvaceae, Polygonaceae, Rutaceae y Sapindaceae cada una con dos especies.
Savannah types can be arranged along a gradient going from moist dystrophic soils to arid eutrophic ones; woody savannahs occupy one end of the scale, and grassy savannahs with Acacia and members of the Combretaceae (Combretum, Terminalia) are at the other end.
Fruit from plant species within Sapotaceae and Combretaceae was highly preferred.