Dioscoreaceae


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In cerradao and Seasonal Deciduous Forest of the Serra de Maracaju, the most species rich climber family was Dioscoreaceae, followed by Sapindaceae, Fabaceae, and Malpighiaceae.
El name (Familia Dioscoreaceae, genero Dioscorea) es un tuberculo originario de Asia, Africa y America, las especies y variedades mas comerciales se introdujeron en America probablemente desde Africa durante la Conquista (Rodriguez 2000).
La clasificacion reciente del "Grupo de Filogenia de Angiospermas" (APG por sus siglas en ingles) reconoce cuatro generos en las Dioscoreaceae (Dioscorea, Stenomeris, Tacca y Trichopus).
6) Dioscoreaceae Dioscorea trifurcata Hauman (1) Fabaceae Lupinus burkartianus C.
es un tuberculo, perteneciente a la familia Dioscoreaceae, con mas de 600 especies, el cual junto con la papa, yuca, arracacha y batata contribuyen a los requerimientos energeticos y de nutricion de mas de dos mil millones de personas en Africa, Asia y America Latina.
Dioscorea villosa L, wild yam, family Dioscoreaceae
shak 7 Dioscorea Dioscoreaceae Mou alu pubera Blume 8 Manihot Euphorbiaceae Shemei alu esculenta Crantz 9 Hibiscus Malvaceae Amila sabdariffa L.
El name pertenece a la familia Dioscoreaceae, genero Dioscorea (Perea y Buitrago 2000).
La familia Dioscoreaceae comprende mas de 600 especies (Ayensu y Coursey, 1972), en particular el genero Dioscorea tiene amplia distribucion en la zona tropical.
This subject is of interest because, due to recent molecular studies, the Smilacaceae and Dioscoreaceae have been placed in different orders (Liliales and Dioscoreales, respectively).
There are no indigenous New Zealand species of the family to which this pan-continental genus belongs, the Dioscoreaceae.
The latter genus was transferred to the Rafflesiaceae by Lindley (1831), who at the same time, assigned Trichopus to the Aristolochiaceae, a genus that was later placed into the Dioscoreaceae by Klotzsch (1859).
Airpotato Yam--Dioscorea bulbifera; an East Indian, tender, climbing, herbaceous vine, of the family Dioscoreaceae, grown for ornament and for its 8- to 12-inch long edible tubers, which are formed in the axils of the leaves.
Monocots: Arecaceae, Bromeliaceae, Commelinaceae, Cyperaceae, Dioscoreaceae, Heliconiaceae, Liliaceae, Musaceae, Orchidaceae, Poaceae, Smilacaceae, Zingiberaceae.