Rhododendron ponticum, a member of the botanical family Ericaceae
, grows extensively on the mountains of the eastern Black Sea area of Turkey (1).
From their phylogenetic analysis of Ericaceae
using both morphological data and matK, and rbcL and 18S molecular data, Kron et al.
Also common were bright red tubular flowers of Ericaceae
related to blueberries and Azaleas.
Moisture Temperature "cool" Uncertain "Warm" "Moist" Abies Castalia Acer Larix Salix Fagus suga Cyperaceae Juglans Potomogeton Ulmus Sagittaria Typha Uncertain Picea Ericaceae
Fraxinus Populus Quercus Unknown Betulaceae "Dry" Pinus Amanthaceae Gramineae Carya Compositae
Filipendula ulmaria Filipendula ulmaria Ericaceae
* Calluna vulgaris Yaccinum vitis-idaea Yaccinum sp.
Neyland 856 AY561838 Ericaceae
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi (L.
Kyde of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, and Larry Englander of the University of Rhode Island have tested more than 50 members of the Ericaceae
family, which includes some small berries as well as rhododendrons and azaleas.
Pieris belong to the Ericaceae
family, which also has plants such as heathers and rhododendrons belonging to the same family.
A member of the Ericaceae
or heather family, manzanita is a botanical relative of azaleas and rhododendrons.
The Cyperaceae pollen and Polypodiaceae spores decreased substantially and were substituted by Ericaceae
pollen and Sphagnum spores, marking the beginning of the raised bog stage.
Tuesday, September 25: Aberconwy Nursery, demonstration, Autumn Gentians and Dwarf Ericaceae
, by Mr Keith Lever, Graig, Glan Conwy, 2pm.
8 THE ericaceae
family includes heathers, rhododendrons and azaleas, and all require moist, but well-drained, acid or peaty soil.
Similarly, arbutin flavonoids, derived from the leaves of the ericaceae
and rosaceae, are used in cosmetics as a natural whitening agent.
Other families of plants that contain pigmented fruits are Ericaceae
that include blueberry and cranberry, Saxifragaceae which include black and red currants and the Caprifoliceae for elderberry.
Pacific madrone is a member of the Ericaceae
or Heath Family.