Meliaceae


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Among Meliaceae species, mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla King) is a valuable tree naturally distributed from Mexico to Colombia (Amin, 2012).
Numero total de familias, generos y especies de los arboles de alineacion de la ciudad de Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas Familia Generos Especies Anacardiaceae 4 4 Annonaceae 2 5 Apocynaceae 3 3 Araceae 1 1 Araucariaceae 1 1 Bignoniaceae 6 7 Bixaceae 2 2 Boraginaceae 2 5 Burseraceae 1 2 Chrysobalanaceae 2 2 Combretaceae 1 1 Cupresaceae 2 3 Ebenaceae 1 1 Elaeocarpaceae 1 1 Fabaceae 17 22 Hernandiaceae 1 1 Lamiaceae 1 1 Lauraceae 2 2 Malpighiaceae 1 1 Malvaceae 5 6 Meliaceae 5 6 Moraceae 5 10 Moringaceae 1 1 Myrtaceae 2 2 Oxalidaceae 1 1 Phyllanthaceae 1 1 Polygonaceae 1 1 Rosaceae 1 1 Rubiaceae 2 2 Rutaceae 1 6 salicaceae 2 2 Sapindaceae 2 2 sapotaceae 3 3 simaroubaceae 1 1 styracaceae 1 1 ulmaceae 1 1 Urticaceae 1 1 Zygophyllaceae 1 1 Total 38 88 114 TABLA 2.
Effect of Melia azedarach (Meliaceae) fruit extracts on the leafminer Liriomyza huidobrensis (Diptera: Agromyzidae): assessments in laboratory and field experiments.
Bioatividade de moleculas isoladas de Trichilia pallida Swartz (Meliaceae) sobre Tuta absoluta (Meyrick)(Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae).
The morphogenetic findings indicated a differential response, with respect to the callus formation and differentiation of somatic embryos between primary and secondary ones, according to the explant type and the growth regulators (concentration and combination), as described by Artigas and Fernandez da Silva (2015) and other reports in Meliaceae species (Capote and Estrada, 2001; Ranjan, 2005; Vila et al., 2009).
The Meliaceae family contains plants with the highest known seed terpenoid concentration in the Chapeco region, and these compounds have known larvicidal action (Rossi et al.
Hypsipyla shoot borers in Meliaceae. Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, Canberra.
The list of "Economically important plants recorded as being subject to losses through damage by Achatina fulica Bowdich (Achatinidae) in regions outside of Africa" is significantly long and includes the following groups of plants as recorded in this study: banana (Musaceae), cassava (Euphorbiaceae), citrus (Rutaceae), malunggay (Moringaceae), mahogany (Meliaceae), papaya (Caricaceae), sweet potato (Convolvulaceae) and taro (Araceae).
Trichilia connaroides (Wight & Arn.) Bentv.) (family: Meliaceae) plant is found in Indian subcontinent [6].
Various nontimber products are subject of sustainable use in the Amazon region, including Carapa guianensis Aublet (Meliaceae) [1].
The most representative families showed the following richness in number of species: Fabaceae (13), 16%; Myrtaceae (8), 8%; Meliaceae (5), 6%; the Arecaceae (4), Bignoniaceae (4) and Euphorbiaceaae (4), each 5%; and the Lauraceae (3), Rutaceae (3), Salicaceae (3) and Sapindaceae (3), each 3%.
Local hibridization in subtropical mountain habitats: can cedrela (meliaceae) maintain species' identity in sympatry?
Azadirachta indica (Family Meliaceae; Assamese, Bengali Neem) is an evergreen indigenous plant widely available in India and Burma.
medio media Phyllanthaceae Hieronyma Licurana 184 35 10 alchorneoides Melastomataceae Miconia Jacatirao 38 31 11 cinnamomifolia Lauraceae Nectandra Canela- 29 35 13 membranAcea branca Euphorbiaceae Alchornea Tanheiro 29 36 10 triplinervia Fabaceae Schizolobium Guarapuvu 8 48 14 parahyba Lauraceae Nectandra Canela- 17 33 9 oppositifolia garuva Meliaceae Cabralea Cangerana 11 41 7,7 canjerana Meliaceae Cedrela fissilis Cedro 4 48 13 Lauraceae Ocotea puberula Canela- 5 41 14 sebo Fabaceae Centrolobium sp.