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Synonyms for Loganiaceae

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Las enredaderas y las lianas son cuantiosas, especialmente miembros de la Sapindaceae, Bignoniaceae, Malpighiaceae, Menispermaceae de los generos Chondrodendron, Abuta, Anomospermum, Curarea, Orthomene y Telitoxicum; y Loganiaceae del genero Strychnos.
The most abundant and important families in all sampled plots were: Loganiaceae, Annonceae, Apocynaceae, Sterculiaceae, Papilionaceae and Rhamnaceae (Appendix 2).
El concepto de la circunscripcion de generos dentro de la familia Loganiaceae ha variado notablemente; anteriormente incluia unos 29 generos con 600 especies (Gibson, 1969); sin embargo, algunos generos han sido removidos y ubicados en otras familias como: Buddleja a Scrophulariaceae y Polypremum a Tetrachondraceae (Olmstead et al.
Mori X X 173 Linaceae Roucheria punctata (Ducke) Ducke X 174 Loganiaceae Strychnos sp1 X 175 Malpighiaceae MALPIGHIACEAE sp1 X 176 Malpighiaceae MALPIGHIACEAE sp2 X 177 Malvaceae Byttneria sp1 X 178 Malvaceae Matisia malacocalyx (Robyns & Nilsson) Alverson X 179 Malvaceae Mollia sp1 X 180 Malvaceae Sterculia sp1 X 181 Malvaceae Theobroma subincanum Mart.
Number: RV446 Loganiaceae Fagraea cuspidata Blume Name: kabang penah (or panaa) Life form/habitat: Treelet or tree in second growth forest.
Family Name (Latin and Common): Loganiaceae, the Logania family
The Old World tropical deserts are colonized by a Paleotropical flora, characterized by 1) certain families (Acanthaceae, Aizoaceae, Apocynaceae, Asclepi-adaceae, Bignoniaceae, Bombacaceae, Capparidaceae, Celastraceae, Leguminosae-Caesalpinoidae, Poaceae tribe Chlorideae, Combretaceae, Commelinaceae, Loganiaceae, Malpighiaceae, Moraceae, Moringaceae, Nyctaginaceae, Olacaceae, Oleaceae, Pedaliaceae, Rubiaceae, Salvadoraceae, Sapindaceae, Simaroubaceae, Sterculiaceae, Zygophyllaceae), 2) distinct subfamilies (for example, the grasses of the Andropogonoideae and Panicoideae subfamilies) of families with wider or even cosmopolitan distribution (in the cases cited, the Poaceae), and 3) genera and species more or less confined to the intertropical areas of the Old World.
Asterid 1: Acanthaceae, Apocynaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Bignoniaceae, Boraginaeae, Convolvulaceae, Cornaceae (Aucuba), Gentianaceae, Gesneriaceae, Hydrophyllaceae, Lamiaceae, Loganiaceae, Oleaceae, Plantaginaceae?
1990) reduced the total number of both hermaphroditic and dioecious taxa, but disproportionately affected dimorphic taxa, especially infraspecific taxa in Loganiaceae, Pittosporaceae, Rubiaceae, and Rutaceae.
It was also used for the house on the level of the clans as well as the one which was the common possession of two related clans (mbema = mbima, from mbi: large tree species, Fagraea ceilanica, Loganiaceae, which grows beside the house; ma: enclosed place, thus actually: 'enclosed place next to the mbi-tree').
Purple mombin Anacardiaceae Strychnos asperula Gogo-de-guariba Loganiaceae Sprague & Sandwith Symphonia globulifera Li Chewstick Clusiaceae Syzygium jambolanum Java plum Myrtaceae Skeels Syzygium malaccense (L.
1 0 Lecythidaceae Barringtonia Ericales 0 1 1 2 Lentibulariaceae Pinguicula Lamiales 0 0 1 0 Loasaceae Loasa Comales 0 1 0 2 Loganiaceae Logania Gentianales 0 ?
Proprioseiopsis -- 2 dominigos Typhlodromalus -- 1 aripo Labiatae Leonurus sibiricus Brevipalpus -- 1 phoenicis Loganiaceae Buddleja Agistemus -- 1 brasiliensis floridanus Cunaxoides sp.