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Published by Published for Organization for Flora Neotropica by the New York Botanical Garden in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Piriqueta -- Classification.,
  • Piriqueta -- Latin America -- Classification.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesPiriqueta.
StatementMaría Mercedes Arbo.
SeriesFlora neotropica -- monograph 67., Flora neotropica -- monograph no. 67.
The Physical Object
Pagination156 p. :
Number of Pages156
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18079607M
ISBN 100893273872

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Print book: SpanishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Turneraceae -- Latin America -- Classification. Turneraceae -- Classification. Botany -- classification -- Latin America. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Abstract. Herbs, shrubs or rarely trees, erect or decumbent, frequently with serial axillary buds; hairs usually present, simple in most genera, sometimes stellate, forward directed-stellate in Piriqueta, often alternate, simple, entire, crenate or toothed, sometimes pinnatifid or revolute-ericoid, rarely very narrow, sessile or petiolate, pinnately veined, sometimes glandular. The book Flora of Tropical East Africa: Turneraceae, J. Lewis is published by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Turneraceae is a family of ten genera and about species, distributed from North to South America and in Africa including Madagascar and the Mascarene Islands (Arbo, ). It is represented in.

Turneraceae Kunth ex DC. (/ ˌ t ɜːr n ɪ ˈ r eɪ s i i /) is a family of flowering plants consisting of species in 10 Cronquist system placed the Turneracids in the order Violales, but it is not currently recognized as a family by the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group in the APG III system of , which includes the taxa in the Turneraceae in the Passifloraceae.   In this volume, the ninth of the series, treatments are offered for 52 families containing genera belonging to 13 eudicot orders, many of which have recently been newly designed; four families remain unassigned to order. Emphasis is on the early-diverging eudicots and basal core eudicots the phylogenetic relationships and diversification of which have recently been in focus and are. Turnera subulata is a species of flowering plant in the passionflower family known by the common names white buttercup, sulphur alder, politician's flower, dark-eyed turnera, and white alder. Despite its names, it is not related to the buttercups or the is native to Central and South America, from Panama south to is well known in many other places as an introduced species. Turnera is a genus of flowering plants in the passionflower family, contains more than species native to tropical and subtropical name honours English naturalist William Turner (). It was previously placed in the family Turneraceae.

Turner Publishing Company is an award-winning, independent publisher of books. The company is in the top independent publishing companies in the U.S. as compiled by and has been named four times to Publishers Weekly's Fastest Growing Publishers List. Todd Bottorff, President and Publisher, was featured on the cover of Publisher’s Weekly in March after being named to. The Malpighiales comprise one of the largest orders of flowering plants, containing about 36 families and more t species, about % of the eudicots. The order is very diverse, containing plants as different as the willow, violet, poinsettia, manchineel, rafflesia and coca plant, and are hard to recognize except with molecular phylogenetic evidence. Turneraceae and the evolution of distyly. The Turneraceae are in the order Malpighiales (APG, ).Among the 40 or so families in the Malpighiales (APG, ), four (Erythroxylaceae, Hypericaceae, Linaceae and Turneraceae) possess distylous lar phylogenetic analyses indicate that the Turneraceae are, however, sister to the Passifloraceae, and together, both are sister to the. Cite this chapter as: Hegnauer R. () Turneraceae. In: Chemotaxonomie der Pflanzen. Lehrbücher und Monographien aus dem Gebiete der exakten Wissenschaften (Chemische Reihe), vol