Chloranthaceae


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Synonyms for Chloranthaceae

small family of tropical herbs and shrubs and trees

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17 Rays of Apiales (a-e), Chloranthaceae (f-g) and Campanulaceae (h).
Hedyosmum luteynii Todzia (Chloranthaceae) es un arbol de 3-16 m de altura, con flores verdes, carente de estambres o carpelos, frutas negras, hojas brillantes y aromaticas (Todzia 2012).
La familia mas abundante fue Chloranthaceae, con la mayor cantidad de individuos en el bosque (Figura 2).
Composiçáo taxonômica Z o n a II I P1 P2 P1 P2 MAGNOLIOPHYTA AP Alchornea + Annonaceae + + Apocynaceae + + + + Aquifoliaceae (Ilex) + + Arecaceae + + + Bignoniaceae + + Boraginaceae + + Calliandra + Caprifoliaceae (Sambucus) + + Celtis + + Clethraceae + Chloranthaceae + Cunoniaceae + Euphorbiaceae + + + + Dalechampia + Fabaceae + + + Flacourticaceae + + Lauraceae + + + Loranthaceae + + Magnoliaceae + Malvaceae + Meliaceae + + + Mimosaceae + + Moraceae-Urticaceae + + Myrsinaceae (Rapanea) + + + Myrtaceae + + + Sapindaceae + + + Sapotaceae + Solanaceae + + Tiliaceae + + Trema + Ulmaceae + NAP Apiaceae + + Astemceae + + + + Brassicaceae + Cereales (cf.
Ah-e BTS 1962 CELASTRACEAE (3/3) * Celastrus pringlei Rose Tl BMM 1582, 2018 Wimmeria lanceolata Rose A ECT 1599, 1727 Zinowiewia concinna Lundell (P) A BMM 1508 CHLORANTHACEAE (1/1) Hedyosmum mexicanum Cordem.
X 63 Celastraceae Salacia sp1 X X 64 Celastraceae Salacia sp2 X 65 Chloranthaceae Hedyosmum sp1 X 66 Chrysobalanaceae Couepia sp1 X 67 Chrysobalanaceae Hirtella sp1 X 68 Chrysobalanaceae Licania sp1 X 69 Chrysobalanaceae Licania sp2 X 70 Chrysobalanaceae CHRYSOBALANACEAE sp1 X 71 Clethraceae Clethra sp1 X 72 Clusiaceae Clusia sp1 X X X 73 Clusiaceae Clusia sp2 X X 74 Clusiaceae Dystovomita paniculata (Engl.) Hammel X 75 Clusiaceae Garcinia macrophylla C.
f AY095456 Chloranthales Chloranthaceae Chloranthus multistachys S.
Paleoherbs 2: Chloranthaceae, Illiciaceae, Nympheaceae.
CUADRO 1 Familias botanicas, especies y sus abundancias de la regeneracion natural arborea, registrada en los ecosistemas naturales y plantaciones de pino, provincia del Azuay, Ecuador TABLE 1 Botanical families, species and abundances of natural tree regeneration, registered in natural ecosystems and pine plantations, Azuay province, Ecuador Familia Nombre cientifico Ecosistemas naturales ARALIACEAE Oreopanax rosei ** ARALIACEAE Oreopanax avicennifolia * 18 ARALIACEAE Oreopanax andreanu * 8 ASTERACEAE Gynoxys buxifolia ** 2 CAPRIFOLIACEAE Viburnum pichinchense 1 CAPRIFOLIACEAE Viburnum triphyllum * 5 CELASTRACEAE Maytenus andicola * 35 CHLORANTHACEAE Hedyosmum cumbalensis * 21 CLETHRACEAE Clethra ferruginea 2 CLETHRACEAE Clethra fimbriata 8 CLETHRACEAE Clethra sp.
Of the living angiosperm lines recognized in the Early Cretaceous fossil record, one of the most common but least familiar to botanists is the small family Chloranthaceae, which consists today of four genera and about 75 species of herbs, shrubs, and small trees (Swamy, 1953; Endress, 1987; Todzia, 1993; Eklund et al., 2004).
Sarcandra glabra (Thunb) Nakai (Chloranthaceae family) is a renowned traditional Chinese medicine for its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antitumor effects.
Las familias con mayor abundancia fueron Rubiaceae, Cunoniaceae, Melastomataceae y Chloranthaceae, las cuales se presentaron en todas las parcelas (Tabla l).