Bromeliaceae


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Synonyms for Bromeliaceae

a family of tropical American plants of order Xyridales including several (as the pineapple) of economic importance

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The number of species of Bromeliaceae was determined in these plots.
En el Brasil 41 de las 60 familias muestran la mayor concentracion de especies; en especial es de resaltar la riqueza de las familias Compositae (1965), Fabaceae (2694), Poacaeae (1401), Myrtaceae (927), Apocynaceae (759), Malvaceae (738), Melastomataceae (1312), Bromeliaceae (1207), Acanthaceae (432) y Sapindaceae (411).
Yerba de Sangre Tourefortia hirsutissima L Nigua Bromeliaceae Bromelia pinguin Lind Pina de Raton Caesalpinaceae Cassia occidentalis L Yerba hedionda Compositaceae Eupatorium odoratum, Rompezaraguey L Eupatorium villosum (Sw) Albahaquilla Esterculiaceae Guasuma tomentosa, H.
Guzmania, among the entire bromeliaceae plant family, requires lower light intensities.
With ca 20 000 species, the extended order Poales includes about one third of all monocot species, including the grass and sedge families and their respective allies (graminids, cyperids and xyrids), plus three families, Bromeliaceae, Rapateaceae, and Typhaceae, that are relatively early-divergent within Poales, though their precise relationships remain unresolved (reviewed by Linder & Rudall 2005).
Merril) belongs to the bromeliaceae, monocotiledonae family, originated from warm climates in the Americas, being the main producers: Thailand, Brazil, Philippines, India and China.
0,038 0,100 Bromeliaceae Pitcairnia paniculata - 0,100 Bromeliaceae Vriesea sp.
Segun Tomlinson (1969) las escamas peltadas representan una variacion natural distintiva para la familia Bromeliaceae.
Uma das vias mais utilizadas para a regeneracao dos brotos in vitro e a organogenese direta que e benefica em termos da estabilidade genetica e vem sendo utilizada em diversas especies da familia Bromeliaceae para a producao comercial de mudas, regeneracao de plantas geneticamente modificadas e multiplicacao de plantas conservadas in vitro.
While the Bromeliaceae of Ecuadorian, Bolivian and Venezuelan cloud forests have been well documented, those of southern Peru are less documented, despite the popularity of the area for tourism.
O Brasil possui a maior ocorrencia de Bromeliaceae e a Floresta Atlantica e o local de maior diversidade genetica e grau de endemismo (KAEHLER et al.