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Synonyms for Gesneriaceae

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Generos Especies Fabaceae 12 Araceae 17 Rubiaceae 10 Fabaceae 16 Orchidaceae 10 Melastomataceae 12 Araceae 7 Rubiaceae 12 Melastomataceae 6 Orchidaceae 11 Polypodiaceae 6 Piperaceae 9 Asteraceae 5 Solanaceae 8 Solanaceae 5 Polypodiaceae 7 Gesneriaceae 3 Asteraceae 6 Tabla 4.
En concreto se seleccionaron cinco familias de plantas vasculares (Bignoniaceae, Bromeliaceae, Gesneriaceae, Lauraceae y Leguminosae), algunas especies de paramo pertenecientes a varias familias (Poaceae, Cunoniaceae, Juncaceae, Loranthaceae, Caryophyllaceae, Ranunculaceae, Polygalaceae, Asteraceae, Rosaceae, Pteridaceae, Lycopodiaceae y Polypodiaceae), y el genero Anthurium Schott (Araceae).
Fully updated from the 1991 edition, this covers principles of morphological description followed by the morphology of leaves, roots, stems, reproductive organs, and seedlings, with sections on vegetative multiplication, orchid morphology, and misfits such as Gesneriaceae.
2005 Old World Gesneriaceae VIII: miscellaneous Bornean species of Cyrtandra.
La mayoria de las larvas se alimentan de hojas de plantas de las familias Solanaceae y Apocinaceae, aunque el genero Hyposcada se ha observado consumiento plantas de la familia Gesneriaceae (DeVries 1989, Costa 1999).
Important families: Scrophulariaceae, Oleaceae, Gesneriaceae, Lentibulariaceae.
Family Name (Latin and Common): Gesneriaceae, the Gesneria family
African Violet--Saintpaulia ionantha; an herbaceous plant of the family Gesneriaceae, native to Africa.
Asterid 1: Acanthaceae, Apocynaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Bignoniaceae, Boraginaeae, Convolvulaceae, Cornaceae (Aucuba), Gentianaceae, Gesneriaceae, Hydrophyllaceae, Lamiaceae, Loganiaceae, Oleaceae, Plantaginaceae?
Ling and colleagues (2017) studied the pattern of distribution and pollination strategies of Gesneriaceae from Hainan Island, the largest tropical island of China, as compared to the surrounding regions, including mainland China and Southeast Asia.
2009) also reported that the subepidermal tissues (hypodermis or multisseriate epidermis) in the succulent leaves of Peperomia, Pleiochton (Melastomataceae) and representatives of the Gesneriaceae, were related to water storage, occupying a great proportion of the leaf volume (between one third and half of it).
Palabras clave: Ortholoma, Columnea, Gesneriaceae, Colombia, Antioquia, Taxonomia de Plantas, Flora de Colombia.