3 edition of Flowers of Annonaceae found in the catalog.
Flowers of Annonaceae
E. C. H. van Heusden
1992 by Rijksherbarium/Hortus Botanicus, Leiden University in Leiden, The Netherlands .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 212-216) and index.
|Statement||E.C.H. van Heusden.|
|Series||Blumea. Supplement,, 7, Blumea., v. 7.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.A6 H48 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||218 p. :|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||94120395|
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The large Magnolian family Annonaceae with some genera and occurring both in the lowland rain forests of the Neotropics and the Paleotropics is the subject of the present study. The author gives a thorough introduction to the morphology of the flowers: buds, sepals, petals, torus, sex distribution, stamens, carpels, ovules, smell.
The following chapter deals with the distribution of. Flowers of Annonaceae: morphology, classification, and evolution. [E C H van Heusden] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: E C H van Heusden. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Abstract.
Trees, shrubs, rarely subshrubs, or climbers. Indumentum, if present, simple, stellate or lepidote. Leaves alternate, distichous, very rarely spirally arranged (Tetrameranthus), entire, thin to coriaceous, craspedo- or brochidodromous; stipules s terminal, axillary or supraaxillary, rami- or cauliflorous, rarely on underground suckers, bisexual or less often unisexual.
Flowering Plants in West Africa - by Margaret Steentoft June Author: Margaret Steentoft. Annonaceae Fosseis da Bacia Terciaria de Fonseca, Minas Gerais. Duarte, Lelia. Published by Divisao de Geologia e Mineralogia, Brasil Bol., 27 pp.
+ 3 plates/estampas. Get this from a library. Monograph of Mitrephora (Annonaceae). [Aruna D Weerasooriya; Richard M K Saunders] -- "The genus Mitrephora (Annonaceae) comprises 47 species of small to medium-sized trees, growing in tropical lowland and submontane forests throughout Southeast Asia.
The. The Annonaceae are a family of flowering plants consisting of trees, shrubs, or rarely lianas commonly known as the custard apple family or soursop accepted genera and about known species, it is the largest family in the l genera produce edible fruit, most notably Annona, Anonidium, Asimina, Rollinia, and type genus is Annona.
The flower of all flowers At the forefront of all this Annonaceae splendor is, of course, Cananga odorata, better known as Ylang-Ylang (for more information please see the article and the book about this plant).
It is a large tropical evergreen tree, whose height can reach up to 60 feet or even more. Annonaceae, the custard apple, or annona, family, the largest family of the magnolia order (Magnoliales) with genera and about 2, species.
The family consists of trees, shrubs, and woody climbers found mainly in the tropics, although a few species extend into temperate regions. Annonaceae – The Cherimoya Family. Annona cherimola, cherimoya.
Cherimoya is considered by many to be one of the best flavored fruits in the world, with a flavor combining elements of mango and banana. Some people also detect elements of coconut, pineapple and strawberries in atemoya.
It is from the Andes bioregion and grows best in the. Because of that, Annonaceae flowers are pollinated predominantly by beetles (Coleoptera) 16, But other insects which effect pollination either by one group or more than one group include.
Flowers were used in only one preparation, that involving Cananga odorata, for the treatment of malaria infections. Infusions and decoctions are the methods of preparation of the remedies used in the most common treatments. Administration by mouth is by far the most common route used for Annonaceae traditional remedies.
Family: Annonaceae Dwarf Ylang Ylang shrub Origin: Asia. This is a spreading shrub that likes shady places and may develop into a higher climber. The flowers open between April and July. Young flowers are green and inconspicuous. Only mature yellow flowers have strong lemon-like fruity scent can be detected at a distance, especially during the.
Flowers of Annonaceae are frequently noted to have strong, distinctive floral scents. Indeed, numerous studies have linked floral scent to specialized pollination syndromes in tropical Annonaceae.
Although floral scent probably plays a key role in the reproductive ecology of many species of Annonaceae, relatively little work has been carried.
Flowers of Annonaceae are now known to be visited by a range of pollinators. Silberbauer‐Gottsberger et al. () suggest that pollination was initially by diverse small to medium‐sized beetles, with subsequent lines of specialization for pollination by thrips, larger beetles, and, more rarely, flies and bees.
The early-divergent angiosperm family Annonaceae has predominantly hermaphroditic flowers, although unisexuality has evolved in several disparate lineages. Pseuduvaria, an Asian-Pacific distributed genus with 57 species has largely unisexual flowers. A recent monograph of this genus. The multipartite construction of the fossil flower, combined with the form of the stamens, indicates a relationship to Annonaceae in the order Magnoliales.
The fossil currently provides the earliest record of the family and documents the presence of Annonaceae in eastern Eurasia during the middle part of the Late Cretaceous.
A list of all accepted names in Annonaceae is available in CSV format. Statistics. Species of Annonaceae contained within The Plant List belong to plant genera. The Plant List includes 4, scientific plant names of species rank for the family Annonaceae. Of these.
Annonaceae are flowering plants consisting of trees, shrubs, or rarely lianas having accepted species and more than genera. Several genera produce edible fruits, most notably Annona, Anonidium, Asimina, Rollinia, and Uvaria.
Annonaceae flowers are visited by a large variety of insects (Saunders ; Silberbauer-Gottsberger et al. ) such as beetles, thrips flies and even cockroaches, suggesting a large array of. The family of Annonaceae is placed in the order of Magnoliales, together with 2 families which also occur in the Neotropics, namely Myristicaceae and Magnoliaceae.
Upper leaf surface with impressed midrib 5. Upper leaf surface with raised midrib 7. Sepals 3; petals 6; carpels. An Annonaceae fruit that grows wild in the mountains of the southeastern U.S., the pawpaw (Asimina triloba) is considered a delicacy.
The flowers of Cananga odorata are a main ingredient in Chanel No. Descripción: las annonaceas son principalmente árboles, aunque tambien hay algunas especies que crecen como bejucos. Tienen hojas simples. Summary of Invasiveness Top of page. muricata is a small American tree, perhaps native to Mexico, Central America, and South America, and also occuring in the West Indies and is considered an invasive species in CenBIO (Acevedo-Rodriguez and Strong, ).The species is tolerant of poor soils, is propagated by both seed and cuttings, and has a history of repeated, intentional.
Dilleniaceae, Magnoliaceae and Annonaceae Fortnight: Annonaceae- Polyalthia longifolia var. pendula from Delhi-GSMAR ttachments (1). 1 post by 1 author. Polyalthia longifolia var. pendula, a tree with narrow strait crown with pendulous branches, mostly planted along fences and compound walls in Delhi.
Inflorescence leaf-opposed, internodal, or axillary; cauliflory and flagelliflory (flowers on long runners from base of trunk) also occur. Flowers solitary, in fascicles, or in modified cymose inflorescences (rhipidia), bisexual or infrequently unisexual (plants then androdioecious).
Background: The Annona coriacea Mart. species, popularly known as "araticum", "marolo" and "araticum-liso", is distributed throughout the Cerrado in the North and Northeast of Brazil, especially in Ceará. The aim of this study is to investigate the chemical composition and evaluate the antioxidant properties of flowers of Annona coriacea.
Background and Aims. Anaxagorea is the phylogenetically basalmost genus in the large tropical Annonaceae (custard apple family) of Magnoliales, but its floral structure is unknown in many respects.
The aim of this study is to analyse evolutionarily interesting floral features in comparison with other genera of the Annonaceae and the sister family Eupomatiaceae.
Title: Microsoft Word - Flora of China Volume doc Author: Nick Turland Created Date: 1/23/ PM. Trees, shrubs, rarely woody vines, deciduous or evergreen, with aromatic bark, leaves, and septate to alternate, simple, without stipules, blade pinnately veined, unlobed, margins escences axillary to leaf scars on old wood or to leaves on new shoots, solitary flowers or few-flowered fascicles, pedunculate; bracts or bracteoles.
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Author(s): Gottsberger, G. Title: Beetle pollination and flowering rhythm of Annona spp. (Annonaceae) in Brazil. Source: Plant systematics and evolution.no. 3/4 (): p. Author(s): Magamitsu, T. ; Inoue, T. Title: Cockroach pollination and breeding system of Uvaria elmeri (Annonaceae) in a lowland mixed-dipterocarp forest in.
Annonaceae 1. ANNONACEAE (Custard Apple Family) Dr. Gitte, Assistant Professor & Head, Department of Botany, Vaidyanath College, Parli-Vaijnath.
CLASSIFICATION 3. General Characters • This is large family of genera and species, distributed in. This page was machine-generated by the program on: 20/06/ For corrections or comments relating to specific images, please contact image tions or comments relating to specific images, please contact image contributors.
Introduction. The genus Monanthotaxis Baill. belongs to the tribe Uvariae in the family Annonaceae (Chatrou et al. ).Species of Monanthotaxis are scandent shrubs or lianas, and are confined to tropical Africa and Madagascar. The generic circumscription of the genus has seen considerable changes in the past.
The genus was described by Baillon () based on the presence of a single whorl. References to Asimina. Anonymous Grow grow pawpaw. Organic Gardening February: Bowden, W. Diploidy, polyploidy, and winter hardiness relationships in the flowering plants.
A list of all accepted and unassessed names in Annonaceae is available in CSV format (Unicode UTF-8 encoding). Statistics. Species of Annonaceae contained within The Plant List belong to plant genera.
The Plant List includes 5, scientific plant names of species rank for the family Annonaceae. Of these 2, are accepted species names. Annonaceae. The Annonaceae are woody trees, shrubs and vines comprising about genera and 2, species. The leaves are simple, alternate, lack stipules, and generally are distichously arranged in flat sprays.
The flowers are bisexual and actinomorphic, possessing 3 whorls of perianth with 3 segments in each whorl. The flowers often open before the petals have fully expanded making it easy to underestimate floral dimensions. One of the major studies of the Annonaceae of tropical Asia was by Suzanne Jovet-Ast (), who published an account of the Indochinese species under her maiden name, Ast (Fl.
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Melodorum siamensis (Taxonomic synonym Rauwenhoffia siamensis; locally called nom-maew) is a plant in the family Annonaceae.
Melodorum siamensis is a small tree, related to the requires little care and can even be kept in containers, blooming from spring until fall. Despite their plainness, the flowers of the Melodorum have a smell that can travel very far.
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Introduction. The genus Alphonsea Hook. f. & Thomson (Annonaceae) currently comprises 27 species of shrubs or trees, distributed in wet tropical lowland forests across south and south-east Asia, from India to the Philippines.
It is characterized by flowers with saccate petals, ‘miliusoid’ stamens (sensu ) and multi-seeded fruits .Keßler  recognized 23 species in his .Several species of Annona bear highly prized fruits.
The alligator apple (A. glabra) of tropical America and western Africa, also known as pond apple and corkwood, is a metre (foot) evergreen with centimetre- (7-inch-) long oval leaves and fragrant yellowish bears smooth, gnarled, yellowish fruits, 5–10 cm long, which are edible but of poor flavour.