Bombacaceae


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Mango 3 Annonaceae Annona cherifolia Chirimoya 4 Annona muricata Guanabana 5 Annona squamosa Anon 6 Bombacaceae Matisia cordata Zapote 7 Caesalpinaceae Senna spectabilis Vainillo 8 Caricaceae Carica sp.
Also, on the surface of most seeds there were several striations starting from a single point, which were described as clear and longitudinal, matching the botanical description in literature on some species of the family Bombacaceae (SILVA et al.
Metcalfe and Chalk [39] recoded that the more complex vasculature within the petiole of Bombacaceae seems to be associated with arboreal habit.
The family Bombacaceae has great economic significance because it is used as a construction material for boats, buoys, among other uses (LORENZI, 2002).
En el BTs predominan en su composicion las familias Bignoniaceae, Bombacaceae, Cactaceae, Capparidaceae, Fabaceae y Rubiaceae (Holdridge et al.
Actualmente algunos autores proponen que Tiliaceae, junto con Malvaceae, Bombacaceae y Sterculiaceae conforman una sola familia; sin embargo, en la Flora del Bajio y de regiones adyacentes se les ha dado un tratamiento independiente.
Tebeldi is the baobab (Adansonia digitat L) which is a fruit-producing tree belonging to the family Bombacaceae.
Agente Tipo de dispersor Necesidad Especie semilla (1) (2) de luz (3) Usos (4) Schizolobium Ortodoxa Viento Heliofila Madera, parahyba lena FABACEAE Swietenia Ortodoxa Viento Heliofila Madera macrophylla MELIACEAE Ceiba Ortodoxa Viento Heliofila Fibra, pentandra ritual BOMBACACEAE Brosimum Recalcitrante Murcielagos, Umbrofila Madera, alicastrum mamiferos lena MORACEAE forraje Ormosia Recalcitrante Aves, Umbrofila Madera, schippii mamiferos artesania FABACEAE Calophyllum Recalcitrante Murcielagos, Umbrofila Madera brasiliense mamiferos CLUSIACEAE (1) Fuente: Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (http://striweb.
13) for six Indian woods, while Bernui (3) studied nine Peruvian tropical woods of the Bombacaceae family.
Sometimes between the shrubs, a discontinuous tree layer grows, 26-39 ft (8-12 m) tall, formed by species from families such as the Apocynaceae, Bombacaceae, Burseraceae, and Fabaceae, but all of them have swollen stems resembling bottles (bottlestem or pachycaul trees).
The family bombacaceae includes about 140 species of tropical trees, most of which are of American origin.
Ceiba pentandra (ceiba) es un arbol de rapido crecimiento de la familia Bombacaceae que puede alcanzar una altura de hasta 50 m y un diametro normal de 2 m o mas (Pennington y Sarukhan, 2005; Alvarado et al.