Loranthaceae


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Related to Loranthaceae: Goodeniaceae, Loranthus, Santalaceae, Orobanchaceae, Viscaceae, Balanophoraceae
  • noun

Synonyms for Loranthaceae

in some classification includes Viscaceae: parasitic or hemiparasitic shrublets or shrubs or small trees of tropical and temperate regions

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The use of mistletoes (Santalales: Loranthaceae and Viscaceae) by Riodinidae is uncommon, and has been recorded for only eight genera so far (see Table 1).
Mistletoes are found in one of four biological families within the order Santales: Misodendraceae, Loranthaceae, Viscaceae and Eremolepidaceae.
Monosymmetry by sigmoid curvature of the pollination organs is present in a number of Loranthaceae.
Species of Loranthaceae (Santalales) have a worldwide distribution and are composed of 75 genera and over 900 species of hemiparasitic shrubs (Nickrent 1997; Mathiasen et al.
Mistletoes are found in one of four biological families within the order Santales; Misodendraceae, Loranthaceae, Viscaceae and Eremolepidaceae.
Explosive flower opening in ornithophily: a study of pollination mechanisms in some Central African Loranthaceae.
stem and fruit 90 Loranthaceae Phoradendron obtusissimum (Miq.
There are also other flowers from the site with affinities to Euphorbiaceae, Loranthaceae (aft.
Zee-Cheng RKY (1997) Anticancer research on Loranthaceae plants.
Loranthaceae Loranthaceae is known for being parasitic on tree branches.
High numbers are typical for Ranun-culaceae (high nDNA amounts; Table I, note 7), Paeoniaceae (Table I, note 19), Loranthaceae (high nDNA amounts), Viscaceae (Table I, note 45), and Adoxaceae (monotypic family, high nDNA amount; Table I, note 48).