5 edition of Balanophoraceae (Flora neotropica) found in the catalog.
June 1999 by New York Botanical Garden Pr Dept .
Written in English
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ACROBLASTUM VS. POLYPLETHIA: A COMPLEX OF THE BALANOPHORACEAE by SETCHELL, WILLIAM ALBERT and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.
Part of a series on the flora of tropical East Africa, this work considers Balanophoraceae. The flora is prepared at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in close collaboration with East African Herbarium and in liaison with the University of Dar es Salaam, the University of Nairobi and the Makerere : Bertel Hansen.
Part of a series on the flora of tropical East Africa, this work considers Balanophoraceae. The flora is prepared at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in close collaboration with East African Herbarium and in liaison with the University of Dar es Salaam, the University of Nairobi and the Makerere University.
Balanophoraceae L. Richard, Mém. Mus. Hist. Nat. Paris 8: (), nom. cons. Balanophoreae. Title: BALANOPHORACEAE Author: Anthony Robert Brach Created Date: 1024 AM. Marloth, R.Notes on the Genus Mystropetalon Harv, Report of the 15th Annual Meeting of the South African Assoc.
for the Advancement of Sei. Stellenbosch 27 July. Balanophoraceae: Extreme flowering plants of fungal characteristics Balanophoraceae are extremely progressive parasites. Because of the difficulty to collect materials of Balanophora and because there was no success until now to culture it, the knowledge about.
Balanophoraceae (Harms ) Balanophora p. (Hansen ) Corynaea (Engell ) Helosis. Langsdorffia p. Sarcophyte p. Scybalium p. Thonningia p. Barbeyaceae (Friis a) Barbeya p. Chenopodiaceae (Ulbrich ) Agriophyllum p.
Atriplex p. Axyris p. Chenopodium p. Corispermum p. Dysphania (Pax and Hoffmann ) Halimocnemis p. Suckleya p. In the present volume taxonomic treatments including descriptions of and keys to the families and genera Balanophoraceae book the orders Santalales and Balanophorales are offered, the former group here comprising 12 families with genera and about species, and the latter with the single family Balanophoraceae composed of 16 genera and about 42 species.
Balanophoraceae is the most representative botanic family of holoparasites in Brazil. The present study (started in ) Balanophoraceae book a compilation and generates new information about these plants.
PDF | Langsdorffia heterotepala (Balanophoraceae) is described and illustrated. It is the second Neotropical species recognized within the genus. The latest review by ΚUIJT deals with most aspects of the biology of Balanophoraceae.
Taxonomy In his masterly monograph () HOOKER f. treated 12 genera, as delimited today, and 28 species. The limitations of using kiore (Rattus exulans) diet-sampling to determine woodrose (Dactylanthus taylori, Balanophoraceae) distribution on Hauturu (Little Barrier Island), New Zealand.
New Zealand Journal of Botany Fox, C.Zardini, E. Langsdorffia Mart. (Balanophoraceae), un. various genera of Balanophoraceae and Cynomoriaceae. Balanophoraceae book stated that Cynomoriaceae was allied with Hippuris L. (Saxi-fragales: Haloragaceae), in agreement with Hooker () and that Balanophoraceae (minus Mystropetalon Harv.
) were related Phylogenetic relationships of Santalales with insights into the origins of holoparasitic Balanophoraceae. The Keywords: Balanophoraceae term micropylar pole instead of micropyle was used to designate the apex of the nucellus, where the Embryo-sac megaspore mother cell develops. Vascular supply is missing in the placenta and the ovule, therefore, the Holoparasite chalaza and the funiculus cannot be dened.
About this book In the present volume taxonomic treatments including descriptions of and keys to the families and genera for the orders Santalales and Balanophorales are offered, the former group here comprising 12 families with genera and about species, and the latter with the single family Balanophoraceae composed of 16 genera and about 42 species.
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Balanophoraceae Stannard, B. () Balanophoraceae Flora Zambesiaca 9(3) Description of the family. Herbaceous, perennial root-parasites without roots or chlorophyll, arising from underground tubers attached to the roots of the host. Leaves spiral or distichous, scale-like. Balanophoraceae Name Synonyms Dactylanthaceae Hachetteaceae Helosidaceae Langsdorffiaceae Lophophytaceae Mystropetalaceae Sarcophytaceae Scybaliaceae Homonyms Balanophoraceae Common names Hundskolbengewächse in language.
Kolbenschmarotzer in language. Bibliographic References. Angiosperm Phylogeny Group. Studies of the New Zealand root-parasite Dactylanthus taylorii (Balanophoraceae). Berlin: Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors Contributors: A S Holzapfel.
Balanophoraceae, the balanophora family of flowering plants, which includes about 18 genera containing more than species of root parasites that are distributed primarily throughout the tropics. Balanophoraceae has sometimes been placed by most authorities in its own order, Balanophorales, but the family is now placed in the sandalwood order, Santalales, within the core eudicots.
The book Manual de Plantas de Costa Rica, Volumen IV, Parte 2: Dicotiledoneas (Balanophoraceae-Clethraceae), Edited by B. Hammel, M. Grayum, C. Herrera, N. Zamora is published by Missouri Botanical Garden Press. A list of all accepted names in Balanophoraceae is available in CSV format.
Statistics. Species of Balanophoraceae contained within The Plant List belong to 14 plant genera. The Plant List includes scientific plant names of species rank for the family Balanophoraceae.
Of these 41. Definition of balanophoraceae in the dictionary. Meaning of balanophoraceae. What does balanophoraceae mean. Information and translations of balanophoraceae in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web. Balanophoraceae.
Printing is not supported at the primary Gallery Thumbnail page. Please first navigate to a specific Image before printing. Follow. Switch View View Slideshow. Scybalium jamaicense (Sw. ) Schott Endl.
Fred A. Barkley. Search. Enter search terms. Mysticina tuberculata pollinates the flower of Dactylanthus taylorii (Balanophoraceae), a nonphotosynthetic root parasite of trees and shrubs, that is the only plant in the world pollinated by a walking bat.
The islands, the lakes and the caves. A novel brood-site pollination mutualism?: the root holoparasite Thonningia sanguinea (Balanophoraceae) and an inflorescence-feeding fly in the tropical rainforests of West Africa.
Plant Species Biology, Vol. 27, Issue. 2, p. Balanophoraceae definition is - a family of yellow or red tropical root parasitic dicotyledonous plants related to and sometimes included among the Santalales. Book: Qjure. Type: Picture. Chapter: Balanophoraceae Introduction They feel really outcast, just tolerated at the margin of society.
It is a combination of Phase 7 and Subphase 7. Mind Outcast, beggars coming from a rich family. Balanophoraceae "Balanophoraceae" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject Headings).
Descriptors are arranged in a hierarchical structure, which enables searching at various levels of specificity. Balanophoraceae (order Santalales) A family of plants which are obligate parasites (see PARASITISM) attached to roots.
A tuberous, subterranean, knobbly rhizome with no chlorophyll bears stout aerial spikes on which are borne minute male and female flowers and then tiny nuts, or are 18 genera and 44 species, occurring in rain forests throughout the tropics. Núñez Balanophoraceae Ombrophytum subterraneum (Aspl.
) B. Hansen - Peru Compare Collections. Start Slideshow. Atrium® © Botanical. 1. Introduction. Little has been studied in the Balanophoraceae (Kuijt, ), as regards endosperm and embryo development and no particular pattern has been established for the family greatest amount of research on the embryology refers to the genus Balanophora (Treub,Chamberlain,Kuwada,Zweifel,Fagerlind, a, Teryokhin and.
The family Balanophoraceae is in the sandalwood order (Santalales), which is the largest order of parasitic plants with genera and 2, species. This family comprises 18 genera and over 40 species, and is a family replete with bizarre-looking holoparasites.
The exact evolutionary origins of the Balanophoraceae were unclear until the. Helosis cayennensis (Balanophoraceae ) is a holoparasite characterised by aberrant vegetative bodies and tiny, reduced unisexual flowers.
Here, we analysed the development of female flowers to elucidate their morpho-anatomy and the historical controversy on embryo sac formation. We also studied the developmental origin of inflorescences and the ontogeny of fruits, embryo and endosperm.
Many Balanophoraceae are dioecious; in monoecious species, the distribution of the sexes within the inflorescence is variable.
Floral morphology is highly variable among the genera of the family (for a survey see 33; much general information can be also found in the paper on Dactylanthus by 28).
The flowers are always unisexual. Balanophora fungosa Family: Balanophoraceae Balanophora. Balanophora is a flowering plant that parasitizes roots of trees.
Above-ground parts are small and distinctly fungus-like, while underground, the plants produce large tuberous growths without any discernable roots.
Balanophoraceae Richard she gu ke Authors: Shumei Huang Jin Murata. Balanophora fargesii. Credit: Harvard University Herbaria: Herbs, monoecious or dioecious, fleshy, parasitic on roots or rhizomes of various hosts.
Rhizome usually branched, usually with scales or warts andor lenticels. Flowering shoots endogenously arising from. The Balanophoraceae comprises predominantly of tropical subterranean root parasites of shrubs, herbs, and trees that are seldom encountered or collected, and generally preserve poorly.
Little is. An authoritative account of the parasitic angiosperm groups: the mistletoes (Lpranthaceae and Viscaceae), sandalwoods and relatives (Santalaceae, Olacaceae and Myzodendraceae), brpomrapes (Oro-banchaceae), figworts (Scrophulariaceae), Raffle-siaceae, Hydnpraceae, Balanophoraceae, Lennoa-ceae, Krameriaceae and parasitic members of Convolvulaceae (Cuscuta) and Lauraceae.
Flora of Mizoram: Vol. 2: Campanulaceae-Salicaceae (State Flora Series) by Edited by N. P. Singh, K. P. Singh & D.K. Singh and a great selection of related books, art .The vegetative body of Lophophytum leandrii is a “tuber” that completely lacks all vegetative organs typically found in photosynthetic plants.
Tubers have a warty surface zone composed of parenchyma cells and brachysclereids; there is no epidermis. The interior of the tuber is a matrix of parenchyma cells and a ramified network of collateral vascular bundles.Balanophora definition is - a genus (typifying the family Balanophoraceae) of Asian parasitic plants having pistillate flowers without perianth and with one pistil.