Crassulaceae


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Familia # species endemicas Asteraceae 12 Cactaceae 6 Fabaceae 3 Caryophyllaceae 2 Crassulaceae 2 Gentianaceae 2 Malvaceae 2 Scrophulariaceae 2 Valerianaceae 2 Boraginaceae 1 Brassicaceae 1 Calceolariaceae 1 Geraniaceae 1 Lamiaceae 1 Loasaceae 1 Poaceae 1 Solanaceae 1 Verbenaceae 1 TOTAL 42 Tabla 6.
Condensed tannins are recorded for the superorder occurring mainly in Rosaceae, Myricaceae, Saxifragaceae and Crassulaceae. Another group of substances usually found in the Rosiflorae families, mainly in Rosaceae, are aromatic acids, such as: cinnamic, caffeic, ferulic, vanillic, sinapic and benzoic acids (Geissman and Crout, 1969).
Xoconostle (al) (MPF 172) Commelinaceae Tradescantia pendula (Schnizl.) C Dd Pa 1 1,1 DR Hunt Hierba de pollo (hl) (MPF 156) Crassulaceae Sedun allantoides Rose C Dd Pa 1 1,1 Lengua de conejo (il) (MPF 287) Chenopodiaceae Chenopodium murale L.
12 Aug 1843 (Crassulineae).--Type: Crassula L.; Crassulaceae J.
Bryophyllum (B.) pinnatum (Lamarck) Oken [syn.: Kalanchoe pinnata (Lamarck) Persoon, syn.: Bryophyllum calycinum Salisbury] is a plant of the family Crassulaceae. It is originally from Madagascar but meanwhile grows widely across tropical Africa, tropical America, India, China and Australia (Kamboj and Saluja, 2009).
C Dd R Xoconostle (al) (MPF 172) Commelinaceae Tradescantia pendula (Sehnizl.) DR Hunt C Dd Pa Hierba de pollo (hl) (MPF 156) Crassulaceae Sedun allantoides Rose C Dd Pa Lengua de conejo (il) (MPF 287) Chenopodiaceae Chenopodium murale L.
Celastraceae Lophopyxis (Lophopyxidaceae) Combretaceae Thiloa Commelinaceae Murdania, Anthericopsis (1), Palisota (2) Connaraceae Connarus Corynocarpaceae Corynocarpus Crassulaceae Sempervivum Diapensiaceae All Dioscoreaceae Dioscorea sects.
Entre estos sobresalen algunos estudios sobre grupos particulares de plantas, como el de Barcenas (1999), quien analizo la diversidad y conservacion de cactaceas en Guanajuato; Perez-Calix (1997) describio una especie nueva de Echeveria (Crassulaceae) y Ocampo (2002) propuso Portulaca guanajuatensis, endemica de San Jose Iturbide.
Las familias mejor representadas en cuanto a riqueza de especies son Fabaceae (10), Acanthaceae (4), Agavaceae (4), Crassulaceae (4) y Verbenaceae (4).