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Synonyms for Burseraceae

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The remaining arid monsoon forest is dominated by trees like rosewood (Dalbergia, Leguminosae), which produce valuable timber, and also several species of Commiphora (Burseraceae) with aromatic resins and woods.
(Burseraceae) by supercritical fluid chromatography-atmospheric pressure chemical ionisation mass spectrometry.
Plant species include Plumeria rubra (Apocynaceae); Bursera simaruba (Burseraceae); Nopalea guatemalensis, Opuntia decumbens, Pilocereus leucocephalus, Stenocereus pruinosus, Stenocereus eichlami (Cactaceae); Acacia picachensis, Leucaena collinsii, Lysiloma divaricatum, Mimosa platycarpa (Mimosaceae); Swietenia humilis (Meliaceae); Ximenia americana (Olacaceae); Bonellia macrocarpa (Theophrastaceae); and Karwinskia calderonii (Rhamnaceae).
There were 2 dead branches on a single gumbo limbo tree, Bursera simaruba (L.) Sargent (Burseraceae) with ambrosia beetle galleries.
Key results: We here describe and illustrate Bursera exequielii (Burseraceae), which belongs to section Bursera and we discuss its morphological relationship with B.
In this research Anacardiaceae, Mimosoideae, Myrtaceae, Sapindaceae, Verbenaceae, Rubiaceae, Caesalpinioideae and Burseraceae families were representative of PII and Anacardiaceae, Mimosaceae, Myrtaceae, Verbenaceae, Bromeliaceae, Burseraceae, Rutaceae, Caesalpinioideae and Sapindaceae were representative of PIO (Table 2).
A Bromeliaceae NI Ep Burseraceae Protium ferrugineum Ar Clusia amazonica L Clusiaceae Garcinia macrophylla A Combretaceae Buchenavia macrophylla A Euphorbiaceae Senefeldera inclinata Ar Inga edulis A Inga punctata A Fabaceae Inga sp.
Diversification in species complexes: tests of species origin and delimitation in the Bursera simaruba clade of tropical trees (Burseraceae).
Samples of the dried oleo-gum-resin of Boswellia carteri Birdwood and Commiphora myrrha Engler Family Burseraceae were purchased from Haraz Egyptian herbal store, Cairo, Egypt.