Palmae


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Hemiberlesia palmae (Diaspididae) has a preference for palms; it is probably of Neotropical origin, but is now tropicopolitan.
8 m/ano), temperatura media anual alta (>18[grados]C), baja variacion anual en temperatura (<7[grados]C), dominada en diversidad y abundancia por angiospermas con las familias (de mas a menos importantes) Leguminosae, Moraceae, Annonaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Lauraceae, Sapotaceae, Myristicacea and Palmae representando ~50% de la diversidad, mientras que las familias Leguminosae, Palmae, Rubiaceae, Violaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Meliaceae, Sapotaceae y Moraceae representan ~57% de todos los arboles/arbustos en una hectarea dada.
Las palmeras o palmas son plantas arboreas o arbustivas de la clase Monocotiledoneas, pertenecientes al orden Espadicifloras (Principes) y a la familia Palmae o Arecaceae que portan un penacho o roseton de hojas (corona) en la parte superior de un tallo generalmente unico y no ramificado denominado estipite.
The botanical name of the date palm is Phoenix dactylifera, which belongs to the family Palmae (Arecaceae).
which is commonly known as the oil palm is the most crucial species in the genus Elaeis which belongs to the family Palmae.
A pupunheira pertence a familia Palmae (Arecaceae), e ao genero Bactris que apresenta um grande numero de especies; porem, a mais cultivada e a Bactris gasipaes Kunth.
As a member of Palmae (Arecaceae) family, coconut tree doesn't have cambium, so it doesn't grow secondary, to horizontal direction.
La familia Cactaceae es el grupo mas numeroso de especies "protegidas" en Mexico (257 especies), seguido por Orchidaceae, Palmae y Agavaceae.
belonging to the family Palmae of which 200-210 genera and about 2,800 species are distributed mainly in the tropical and subtropical regions of the world.
paradisi Lauraceae Avocado Persea americana Oleacea Olive Olea europaea Palmae Date Phoenix dactylifera Moraceae Fig Ficus carica Musaceae Banana Musa spp.