Proteaceae


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Order Proteales, of which Grevillea in Proteaceae is a member) and Kingdom (e.
Collapse of an ant-plant mutualism: The Argentine ant (Iridomyrmex humilis) and myrmecochorous Proteaceae.
The Proteaceae family is a very large one, but the common choices for exotic flowers come from four main genera: Banksia, Leucodendron, Leucospermum, and Protea.
Influences on seed size and quality in seedling development under low nutrient conditions in five Australian and South African members of Proteaceae.
2009a), both families in Ranuneulales, and also in Sabiaceae (Ronse De Craene & Wanntorp, 2008), and more or less elaborate in Proteaceae (Proteales; Douglas, 1997; Weston, 2007).
There are areas dedicated to various native plant groups, such as the eucalypts and the Proteaceae.
Pate JS, Verboom WH, Galloway PD (2001) Co-occurrence of Proteaceae, laterite and related oligotrophic soils: coincidental associations or causative inter-relationships?
Cardwellia sublimis and Grevillea robusta of the Family Proteaceae
seed Podocarpaceae Podocarpus gracilior Pilger seed Proteaceae Helicia erratica Hook F.
They found that the most abundant and popular nectar sources included flowers from the families Myrtaceae (eucalypts and bloodwoods), Proteaceae (grevillea and banksia) and Loranthaceae (mistletoe).
The curious diversity in form and color of the Proteaceae is evident in the majestic King Protea, P.
Arthropod communities in Proteaceae infructescences: seasonal variation and the influence of infructescence phenology.
Identifying priority areas for bioclimatic representation under climate change: a case study for proteaceae in the cape floristic region, south Africa.
After the opening page (Figure 2), which shows some of the floral diversity of the Australian Proteaceae (but with little or no variation in floral formulae), users progress to a page where they can choose between (1) learning about flower structure and floral formulae in general, (2) learning how to use the Virtual Floral Formula site, and (3) constructing their own floral formulae.
395 Polygonaceae Polygonum barbatum 396 Polygonum celebicum 397 Pontederiaceae Eichhornia crassipes 398 Proteaceae Helicia cf.