Ephedraceae


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Synonyms for Ephedraceae

ephedras: in some classifications included in the Gnetaceae

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Additional paleobotanical findings are also required to establish the polarities of critical functional traits in the Ephedraceae, particularly those traits relating to reproduction and successful pollination (e.
Neyland 355 AF148271 Outgroup Ephedraceae Ephedra distachya L.
Zapallo anco Ad Muino y Rojas 214 Ephedra Ephedraceae Solupe frutero E ochreata Miers.
Poaceae, Chenopodiaceae, and Ephedraceae, but in lower frequencies.
shrubby elements of the Chenopodiaceae, Ephedraceae, and Convolvulaceae
MST (nds; WA, B, OA) Ephedraceae Ephedra antisyphilitica C.
h ms, pj Hl N Gnetophyta Ephedraceae Ephedra americana Humb.
H Atriplex lampa N NChenopodiaceae Atriplex tnontevidense N Atriplex sagittifolia N Suaeda divaricata N Ephedraceae Ephedra frustillata C Ephedra ochreata N Euphorbiaceae Colliguaja integerrima N Fabaeeae Adesmia lotoides H Adesmia obcordata N Adestnia volckmanni N Anartrophylum rigidum N Hoffmannseggia trifoliata var trifoliata C Prosopidastrum globosum N Prosopis denudans N Frankeniaceae Frankenia patagonica N Geraniaceae Erodium cicutarum T Hallophytaceae Hallophytum ameghinoi T Iridaceae Sisyrinchium sp.
Boraginaceae Cryptantha Papua capituliflora Cyperaceae Eleocharis Eleocharis del Los rizomas de palustris pantano algunas especies son comestibles Ephedraceae Ephedra andina Pingo-pingo, Frutos solupe comestibles, trasmontana, maduros en sulupe temporada de verano.
Caryophyllaceae Pycnophyllum molle Remy Caryophyllaceae Silene thysanodes Fenzl Ephedraceae Ephedra rupestris Benth.
Hall X X (144, 235, 290) Ephedraceae Ephedra aspera Engelm.
The same applies to ruminate storage tissues of gymnospermous seeds, as reported for Araucariaceae (Coulter & Chamberlain, 1910), Gnetaceae (Schnarf, 1933), Phyllocladaceae (Coulter & Chamberlain, 1910), Taxaceae (Oliver, 1902; Coulter & Land, 1905; Lotsy, 1911), and, less pronounced, Cupressaceae, Ephedraceae, and Cephalotaxaceae (Tamamshjan, 1951).