4 edition of genera of Sapotaceae found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-271) and index
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The following is Terry Pennington's classification of Sapotaceae, from The Genera of Sapotaceae () which is presented as a contrast to the emerging classification on the main taxa pages. Sapotaceae de Jussieu () Tribus: Mimusopeae Hartog () Subtribus: Mimusopinae. The research, published in the journal Nature, recor species of plants from 1, genera and families, positioning New Guinea as the most floristically diverse island in the world.
The Sapotaceae are a family of flowering plants belonging to the order Ericales. The family includes about species of evergreen trees and shrubs in around 65 genera (, depending on generic definition). Their distribution is pantropical. Sapotaceae - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia - WikiMil. New research, published today in leading journal Nature, lists for the first time all of the plants in New Guinea, the world’s largest tropical island. This unique list, compiled by 99 botanists from 56 institutions across 19 countries, is the first attempt to extensively document the island’s incredible plant authors, from organisations including the Royal Botanic Gardens.
China is ranked among the top six megadiverse countries of the world (Huang et al., ) and has 31 species of vascular plants belonging to genera and families (Wu et al., –). Considered as “a plantsman's paradise” and “the mother of gardens”, China attracted many botanists in the world to collect specimens and germplasm during the last half of the 19th century. Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Sapotaceae. Click on a title to look inside that book (if available): a text - book of botany () by dr. eduard strasburger, dr. ludwig jost, dr. heinrich schenck. The Sapotaceae is a tropical family ; the plants contain latex. Species of .
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The Sapotaceae are a family of flowering plants belonging to the order family includes about species of evergreen trees and shrubs in around 65 genera (, depending on generic definition).
Their distribution is pantropical. Many species produce edible fruits, or white blood-sap that is used to cleanse dirt, organically and manually, while others have other economic uses. This volume presents the first full list of names of the 54 genera and species that make up Sapotaceae.
Sapotaceae (the argan, chicle or gutta-percha family) are found throughout most of the wetter tropics and subtropics, and are ofconsiderable direct economic importance as sources of fine timber, latex, fruit, vegetable oil and amenity trees.
Englerophytum and Synsepalum are two closely related genera of trees and shrubs from the African tropics. Previous molecular studies have shown that these genera collectively form a clade within the subfamily Chrysophylloideae (Sapotaceae). However, little is known about the inter-relationships of the taxa within the Englerophytum.
A list of all accepted names in Sapotaceae is available in CSV format. Statistics. Species of Sapotaceae contained within The Plant List belong to 58 plant genera.
The Plant List includes 4, scientific plant names of species rank for the family Sapotaceae. Of these 1, are accepted species names.
Part of the The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants book series (FAMILIES GENERA, volume 6) Abstract Trees or shrubs, rarely geoxylic suffrutices or lianas, sometimes spiny; branching usually sympodial; latex nearly always present in trunk, branches and fruits, usually white, rarely yellow or blue; indumentum nearly always of malpighiaceous.
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The volume presents the first full list (54 genera and species) of the family to appear since the mid-nineteenth century. The Sapotaceae (the argan, chicle or gutta-percha family) are prominent in most of the wetter tropics and subtropics and are of considerable direct and indirect economic importance as sources of fine timber, fruit and vegetable oil as well as latex.
Many are also. Other articles where Sapotaceae is discussed: Ericales: Sapotaceae: Sapotaceae is a largely tropical family of evergreen trees and shrubs. There are 53 genera and about 1, species in the family, but generic limits in the family are notoriously difficult and changeable.
Pouteria (– species, including Planchonella), Chrysophyllum (80 species), Manilkara (80 species). The plant-book: a portable dictionary of the vascular plants, ed. 2 ; Pennington, T. The genera of the Sapotaceae ; Personal Care Products Council.
INCI ; Rehm, S. Multilingual dictionary of agronomic plants ; Check other web resources for Synsepalum dulcificum (Schumach.) Daniell. About species and 53 genera: pantropical; 11 genera and 24 species (six endemic) in China.
Lee Shu-kang. Sapotaceae. Reipubl. Popularis Sin. Butyrospermum paradoxum (Sapotaceae), a small deciduous tree usually reaching a height of 7–15 m but may reach 25 m and a trunk diameter up to 2 m. The bark is corky, leaves oblong and fruits are ellipsoidal, 4–5 cm long, with fleshy pulp and usually one seed.
The oil is used in soap and candle making, cosmetics, and as an ingredient in the fillings used for chocolate cream. Genera of Sapotaceae.
Introduction. An account based on a morphological study of herbarium specimens of species of Sapotaceae supplemented by a survey of family relationships, a review of the cytology, pollen and flavonoid chemistry and extensive field observations.
Author. Ericales - Ericales - Primulaceae: Primulaceae, or the primrose family, are herbs with perhaps 9 genera (their limits are currently unclear) and some species. They are common in the Northern Hemisphere and are scattered elsewhere.
The major genera are Primula (some to species, including Dodecatheon, Dionysia, and Cortusa) and Androsace (about species, including Douglasia and. References: Facciola, S. Cornucopia, a source book of edible plants Kampong Publications.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Ecocrop (on-line resource). of Sapotaceae phylogeny and have repeated ly demonstrate d that many of Penni ngton’ s (1 ) larger genera a re not mono - phyletic and tend to dr aw us back to Aubréville’s () finer.
genera of Chinese angiosperms and gymnosperms into three categories based on the number of species in Chinese ﬂora: (i) monotypic ( genera), (ii) 2–30 species ( genera), and (iii) more than 30 species ( genera).
For the ﬁrst category, we sampled one species. For the second category, two species were sampled, and priority was.Sapotaceae are easy to identify to family and notoriously difficult to identify to genus or species. Most of the species are differentiated only by reproductive characters, and some trees in this family can go decades without fruiting!
Genera/species at La Selva: 3/ Chryosophyllum (3).World Checklist and Bibliography of Sapotaceae book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The volume presents the first full list (