Dilleniaceae


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Synonyms for Dilleniaceae

chiefly tropical shrubs and trees and climbers having leathery leaves or flattened leaflike stems: genera Dillenia and Hibbertia

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Trepando sobre los individuos de este nivel se halla el bejuco enredadera Davilla nitida (Dilleniaceae).
Jan-Mar 1967.--Type: Dillenia L.; Dilleniaceae Salisb., 1807.
The following year I invited Bill and his good wife, Marlene, to join me in Tempe, so I could advise him regarding the completion of his doctoral research on the Dilleniaceae. Following the attainment of his doctorate in 1966, he taught for three years at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute before being called to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dilleniaceae 26 Diopyros peregina Ebenaceae (Gaertn.) Gurke 27 Phyllanthus emblica L.
Those expeditions had an important impact on his career, for he subsequently published several dozen papers on the morphology and anatomy of New Caledonian plants, including members of Dilleniaceae and Cunoniaceae.
Model families he studied in this way included Dilleniaceae (Dickison, 1967-1970, 1979; Rury & Dickison, 1977; Dickison et al., 1978) and Cunoniaceae (Dickison, 1975a, 1975b, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1984, 1989; Rao & Dickison, 1985a, 1985b; Rutishauser & Dickison, 1989; Dickison & Rutishauser, 1990; Hufford & Dickison, 1992).
One plant each belonged to the families Agavaceae, Amaranthaceae, Amaryllidaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Bromeliaceae, Combretaceae, Compositae, Cuscutaceae, Dilleniaceae, Dryopteridaceae, Labitae, Melastomataceae, Moraceae, Musaceae, Rhamnaceae, Rutaceae, and Zingiberaceae.
12) undertook a thorough comparative morphological study of the Dilleniaceae in order to elucidate characters already known, as well as to discover additional characters for better understanding the evolutionary relationships of the taxa in the family.
Other families included Amaranthaceae, Apiaceae, Araceae, Bignoniaceae, Bromeliaceae, Casuarinaceae, Convolvulaceae, Crassulaceae, Dilleniaceae, Dryopteridaceae, Fabaceae, Hypoxidaceae, Leguminosae-Caesalpinioideae, Leguminos ae-Mimosoideae, Lygodiaceae, Malvaceae, Marsileaceae, Melastomataceae, Menispermaceae, Mimosaceae, Moraceae, Nymphaeaceae, Rhamnaceae, Sapindaceae, Sterculiaceae, and Zingiberaceae families.
In some families with a multistaminate, centrifugal androecium the outer stamen primordia are not developed beyond the stage of antherless structures (e.g., Dilleniaceae: Baillon, 1865, 1866; Endress, 1997; Fumana in Cistaceae: Nandi, 1998; Bixaceae: Ronse Decraene, 1989; Aizoaceae: Hofmann, 1993; Limnocharitaceae: Haynes et al., 1998).
Ancistrocladaceae (Pritzel, 1898; Netolitzky, 1926; Cronquist, 1981) Dilleniaceae (Elizabeth & Lakshmanan, 1981) Ebenaceae (Dahlgren, 1922; Netolitzky, 1926; Periasamy, 1962a, 1966; Dahlgren, 1991) Lecythidaceae (Prance & Mori, 1979; Tsou, 1994; pers.