Capparidaceae

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a dilleniid dicot family of the order Rhoeadales that includes: genera Capparis, Cleome, Crateva, and Polanisia

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The TWINSPAN identified two subgroups within the second group: one found in areas of the Depressao Sertaneja and characterized as Commiphora (Burseraceae), Pilosocereus (Cactaceae), Capparis (Capparaceae), Acalypha (Euphorbiaceae), Caesalpinia and Anadenanthera (Leguminosae), among others (Table 3).
Floral herbivore effect on the sex expression of an andromonoecious plant, Isomeris arborea (Capparaceae).
Contort petals occur regularly or occasionally in various families, such as Akaniaceae (Ronse De Craene et al., 2002a), Capparaceae (Correll & Correll, 1982; Ronse De Craene et al., 2002a; Rankin-Rodriguez & Greuter, 2004), Caricaceae (Eichler, 1878; Schoute, 1935; Devi, 1952; Ronse De Craene & Smets, 1999), Cleomaceae (Hildebrand, 1886), Koeberliniaceae (Mehta & Moseley, 1981), Limnanthaceae (Eichler, 1878), and Moringaceae (Olson, 2003).
Unicamente Capparis (Capparaceae), Cordia (Boraginaceae), Lonchocarpus (Fabaceae), Diospyros (Ebenaceae), Ocotea (Lauraceae), Pouteria (Sapotaceae), Robinsonella (Malvaceae), Senna (Caesalpiniaceae), Talisia (Sapindaceae) y Urera (Urticaceae) presentaron dos tipos de fruto y el resto de los miembros de esta categoria supraespecifica tuvieron solo uno (Apendice), a pesar de que ocho se ubican entre los que tienen mas de 10 especies: Miconia (25 especies, bayas), Eugenia (23, bayas), Inga (20, camaras), Piper (18, sorosis), Psychotria (18, drupas), Ficus (17, siconos), Nectandra (15, bayas), Croton (12, cocarios), Ardisia (13, drupas), Calypthranthes (12, bayas) y Solanum (10, bayas).
Capparis decidua (Forssk.) Edgew., commonly known as ker, a rangeland perennial bushy shrub with spines, belongs to Capparaceae which is found principally in tropical and warm temperate regions.
Capparaceae Fulota 13 Terminalia arjuna Combretaceae Arjun (Roxb.
The genera of plants that produce fleshy fruits are too numerous to mention, but important plant families include Anacardiaceae (sumac, mango), Arecaceae (palm), Berberidaceae (barberry), Cactaceae (cactus), Capparaceae (capper), Caprifoliaceae (honeysuckle), Cornaceae (dogwood), Cucurbitaceae (cucumber, squash), Ericaceae (blueberry, heather), Grossulariaceae (gooseberry, currant), Lauraceae (laurel), Moraceae (mulberry, fig), Myrtaceae (myrtle), Oleaceae (olive), Piperaceae (piper), Rhamnaceae (buckthorn), Rosaceae (blackberry, raspberry, cherry, apple, pear), Sapindaceae (soapberry), Solanaceae (nightshade), Viscaceae (mistletoe), Vitaceae (grape), and many others (Smith, 1977; Snow, 1981; Jordano, 2000).
Plant diversity in this area was very poor with an abundance of the saltbush Tetraena qatarense (Zygophyllaceae) and just occasional plants of Cyperus conglomeratus (Cyperaceae) and Dipterygium glaucum (Capparaceae).
Caesalpiniaceae Caesalpinia coriaria (Jacq.) Willd Chamaecrista serpens (L.) Greene Senna atomaria (L.) Link Capparaceae Capparis odoratissima Jacq.
Hispaniola-South America (2): Cyrtocymura (Asteraceae) and Dactylaena (Capparaceae).
A new placement of members of tribe Stixeae (Capparaceae) based on DNA sequences.