Annonaceae

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Related to Anonaceae: Annona muricata, Apocynaceae
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The production of anonaceae has some associated pests, especially borers of fruits Cerconota anonella (Sepp.) (Lepidoptera: Elachistidae) and seeds, Bephratelloides pomorum (Fabricius) (Hymenoptera: Eurytomidae) and defoliating larvae, Cocytius antaeus (Drury) (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) (HAMADA et al., 1998; BRAGA SOBRINHO et al., 2012).
of Biomass of Larvae/ fruits Larvae Fruits fruit (g) fruit Salacia crassifolia 114 101 3799 1.13 (Hippocrateaceae) Cheiloclinium 85 115 2630 0.74 cognation (Hypocrateaceae) Myrcia guianensis 28 144 326 0.19 (Myrtaceae) Siparuna camporum 18 1952 5957 0.01 (Siparunaceae) Diospyros hispida 1101 256 8944 4.30 (Ebenaceae) Annona coriacea 90 5 2450 18.00 (Anonaceae) Mouriri pusa 115 109 770 1.06 (Memecylaceae) Alibertia edulis 0 41 1482 0 Rich (Rubiaceae) Anacardium 0 82 2420 0 occidentale L.
La familia Anonaceae se caracteriza por la presencia de numerosas sustancias bioactivas de diversa naturaleza quimica, en hojas, raiz, corteza de tallo, frutas y semillas.
phalaenoides include species of the genera Cassia, Delonix (Caesalpiniaceae), Cajanus, Dipteryx (Fabaceae), Manguifera (Anacardiaceae), Anona (Anonaceae), Eucalyptus, Psidium (Myrtaceae), Rosa, Prunus (Rosaceae), Coffea (Rubiaceae), Citrus (Rutaceae), Theobroma (Sterculiaceae), Enterolobium, Pithecelobium, Inga, Albizia and Acacia (A.
In Mexico, anonaceae of economical importance such as soursop, cherimoya, ilama, and saramuyo (A.
The aporphine occurs most abundantly in the Papaveraceae, but they are also widespread in Anonaceae, Lauraceae and Moniminaceae families (Manske, 1954).