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Systematic studies in the Melastomataceae

Bellucia, Loreya, and Macairea

by Susanne Renner

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Published by New York Botanical Garden in Bronx, N.Y., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Latin America
    • Subjects:
    • Macairea -- Latin America -- Classification.,
    • Bellucia -- Latin America -- Classification.,
    • Loreya -- Latin America -- Classification.,
    • Botany -- Latin America -- Classification.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSusanne S. Renner.
      SeriesMemoirs of the New York Botanical Garden,, v. 50
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK1 .N525 vol. 50, QK495.M514 .N525 vol. 50
      The Physical Object
      Pagination111 p., [1] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages111
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2059848M
      ISBN 10089327335X
      LC Control Number88039155
      OCLC/WorldCa18747584

      Conostegia micrantha Standl., an understory tree in the Melastomataceae. Note and learn this venation pattern, and you’ll be able to identify 95% of the Melastomataceae to family. Un arból del subdosel. Note y aprende bien este patron de venas, y podrá identificar un 95% de las Melastomataceas hasta el .


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[Susanne Renner]. While some studies support this hypothesis, other investigations show that the systematic and taxonomic value of seed micromorphology may be limited –. The Melastomataceae are one of Systematic studies in the Melastomataceae book largest flowering plant families [10], with – genera and over 5, species mainly distributed in tropical and subtropical areas of the world [11 Cited by: 8.

Systematic studies based on DNA sequences have shown that some traditional tribal delimitations in Melastomataceae remain unresolved, such as the 'Merianthera and allies' clade, an informal group. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Frank Almeda.

The family Melastomataceae (alternatively Melastomaceae) is a taxon of dicotyledonous flowering plants found mostly in the tropics (two thirds of the genera are from the New World tropics) comprising c.

genera and c. known species. Melastomes are annual or Clade: Tracheophytes. Four new Melastomataceae from Peru,The Torrey Botanical Club, Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, Volume pages by Gleason, H.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Buy Systematics and Phylogeny of Siphanthera (Melastomataceae) (): NHBS - Systematic studies in the Melastomataceae book Almeda and Orbelia R Robinson, American Society of Plant Taxonomists.

Miconieae is the largest tribe in Systematic studies in the Melastomataceae book Melastomataceae with over 1, species. The members of Miconieae display a wide range of morphological diversity, and seed morphology is no exception.

Previous studies have found that seed morphological diversity is not congruent with traditional classifications, and suggest Systematic studies in the Melastomataceae book it may reflect evolutionary relationships within Miconieae. Book Review. Systematics and Pollination of the "Closed-Flowered" Species of Calathea (Marantaceae).

Systematic Studies of Eschscholzia (Papaveraceae). The Origin and Affinities of E. Systematic studies in the Melastomataceae book (Melastomataceae) in Mexico and Central America.

by Frank Almeda, Jr. The wood anatomy of Huberia consimilis, Miconia amoena, M. mirabilis, M. rimalis and Tibouchina francavillana (Melastomataceae) is described and compared with other species from the same genera. All taxa share vestured pits, absent or inconspicuous growth rings, septate fibres, parenchyma-like tangential bands, and fibres shorter than μm which is characteristic of the family Cited by: 1.

Taxonomic studies in the Miconieae (Melastomataceae) II. Systematics of the Miconia subcompressa complex of Hispaniola, West Indies, including the description of. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Book 1 J.K. Rowling. out of 5 st # 1 Best Seller in Teen & Young Adult Epic Author: Thomas Morley.

Melastomataceae, where detailed morphological and anatomical studies based on appropriately preserved material are scarce (but see Igersheim, ; Rohwer, ). Here we investigate the morphological and anatomical plasticity of fruits in Melastomataceae.

Melastomataceae are part of Myrtales, which include families. October March Associate Curator. Institute of Systematic Botany, The New Systematic studies in the Melastomataceae book Botanical Garden.

June October Assistant Curator. Institute of Systematic Botany, The New York Botanical Garden. September to June Research Associate, Cullman Program for Molecular Systematic Studies, The New York Botanical Garden.

Molecular phylogenetics of Melastomataceae and Memecylaceae: implications for character evolution. American Journal of Botany 88(3): This table summarizes the major taxa that have been recognized in five systems of classification of the Melastomataceae. The order has been changed from the original systems so that the similarities are.

A systematic analysis of the Melastomataceae, a pantropical family of about species in c. genera, and their traditional allies, the Memecylaceae, with c. species in six genera, suggests a phylogeny in which there are two major lineages in the Melastomataceae and a clearly distinct Memecylaceae.

Melastomataceae have. Goldenberg R, Shepherd GJ. Studies on the reproductive biology of Melastomataceae in cerrado vegetation. Plant Systematics and Evolution.

; – Goldenberg R, Penneys DS, Almeda F, Judd WS, Michelangeli FA. Phylogeny of Miconia (Melastomataceae): patterns of stamen diversification in a megadiverse neotropical by: The family Melastomataceae (alternatively Melastomaceae) is a taxon of flowering plants comprising some genera and species.

Subcategories. This. Abstract. Calycogonium formonense, a new species, is here described from the floristically diverse Massif de la Hotte of southern is compared to C. hispidulum, to which it is likely gh the genus Calycogonium is not monophyletic, C.

formonense and C. hispidulum are probably related to other species, e.g., C. calycopteris, C. heterophyllum, and C.

reticulatum, that Cited by: 5. (submitted) A new species of Physeterostemon (Melastomataceae) from Bahia, Brazil, with notes on the phylogeny the genus. Submitted Systematic Botany. BOOK REVIEWS.

Michelangeli, F. Cataloguing the Endemic Flora of Peru. El Libro Rojo de las Plantas Endémicas del Perú. Abstract. A new section, Miconia sect. Calycopteris, is described and includes 15 species previously recognized within Calycogonium, Clidemia, Henriettella, Leandra, Miconia, and s descriptions, nomenclatural information, specimen citations, and eco-geographical characterization for each of the eight species occurring on Hispaniola are presented, along with an Cited by: () Lectotypification of some species of Tococa (Melastomataceae).

Novon 11 (1): Michelangeli, F. () A cladistic analysis of the genus Tococa (Melastomataceae) based on morphological data. Systematic Botany 25 (2): Michelangeli, F. () Species composition and Species-Area Relationships in Vegetation.

Taxonomy of Marcetieae: A new neotropical tribe of Melastomataceae. International Journal of Plant Sciences (1): 50– DOI: / Reference page. Renner, S.S. Phylogeny and classification of the Melastomataceae and Memecylaceae.

Nordic Journal of Botany 13(5): DOI: /jtbx Full text PDF. Melastomataceae is a large family in the order are about genera and 4, species.

It is the eighth largest family in the basal in the (unranked): Angiosperms. Melastomataceae 1. MELASTOMATACEAE 2. DISTRIBUIÇÃO PANTROPICAL 3. DIVERSIDADE DE ESPÉCIES INCLUI CERCA DE GÊNEROS E APROXIMADAMENTE ESPÉCIES Bellucia grossularioides Leandra melanodesma 4.

A list of all accepted names in Melastomataceae is available in CSV format. Statistics. Species of Melastomataceae contained within The Plant List belong to plant genera. The Plant List includes 8, scientific plant names of species rank for the family Melastomataceae.

Of. The Melastomataceae Jussieu is a large family of ca. genera and – species that exhibit a diversity of growth habitats, including herbs, shrubs, treelets, climbers, and trees up to 30–45 m high; OPEN ACCESS.

Molecules20 Melastomataceae. The Melastomataceae are herbs, shrubs, or trees comprising about genera and 4, species that are further characterized by having the major leaf veins usually palmate and running in a parallel fashion from the base of the blade to near the leaf tip.

The leaves are opposite and decussate or rarely alternate by abortion. The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria.

Miconia rubiginosa (Melastomataceae) was collected along the Franca-Claraval highway, Sao Paulo State, Brazil, and was identified by Dr. Evaluation of the analgesic activity of extracts of Miconia rubiginosa (Melastomataceae) (Melastomataceae) na Floresta Atlantica do Nordeste Oriental.

The evolution of fruit types within Melastomataceae, and especially Dissochaeteae, and their reliability as phylogenetic indicators is discussed in the light of molecular phylogenies for these groups that show that berries and capsules evolved several times independently, explaining the observed heterogeneity of outwardly similar by: Dowe, John Leslie () Studies in the genus Livistona (Coryphoideae: Arecaceae).

PhD thesis, James Cook University. Dixon, Dale James () Figuring out the figs: systematic studies in Ficus, Moraceae, (Urostigma sect. Malvanthera). PhD thesis, James Cook University. American Journal of Botany 88(3): – MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS OF MELASTOMATACEAE AND MEMECYLACEAE: IMPLICATIONS FOR CHARACTER EVOLUTION1 G.

CLAUSING2,4 AND S. RENNER3,4 2Institut fu¨r Spezielle Botanik, Universita¨t Mainz, D Mainz, Germany; 3Department of Biology, University of Missouri-St.

Louis, Natural Bridge Rd. Background In the past three decades, several studies have predominantly relied on a small sample of the plastome to infer deep phylogenetic relationships in the species-rich Melastomataceae.

Here, we report the first full plastid sequences of this family, compare general features of the sampled plastomes to other sequenced Myrtales, and survey the plastomes for highly Cited by: Other articles where Melastomataceae is discussed: Myrtales: Family distributions and abundance: Melastomataceae contains more than 4, species in genera.

Its members are found along the entire humid tropical belt but are most diverse in the New World, where two-thirds of the species are found. Its largest genus and one of the largest in the flowering. "Uneven collection of 60 papers; most concern Andean mountain flora, forests, and habitats.

Several papers focus on human modifications"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. Melastomataceae. Appendicularia; Appendicularia. The genus Appendicularia is in the family Melastomataceae in the major group Angiosperms (Flowering plants).

Statistics are at the end of the page. Species in Appendicularia. See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions. Media in category "Melastomataceae" The following 16 files are in this category, out of 16 total.

RENNER. Systematic studies in the Melastomataceae: Bellucia, Loreyo, and Mucuirecl. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Gardell Phylogeny and classification of the Melastomataceae and Me- mecylaceae.

Nordic Journal ofBotatzy A revision of Pterolepis (Melastornataceae: Melastomeae). Melastomataceae é pdf família pdf pertencente à ordem Myrtales, que inclui gêneros e cerca de Brasil, possui 73 gêneros, dos quais 19 endêmicos, espécies, 8 subespécies e 44 variedades, com destaque a distribuição em campos (rupestres e de altitude) e florestas úmidas, como o gênero Tibouchina, por exemplo, que é muito utilizada na : Magnoliopsida.Phylogenetic studies in the Download pdf have demonstrated the need of taxonomic rearrangements in the current classification.

Melastomes are among the most diverse groups of plants and several cases of known artificial taxa are observed and awaiting further resolution. One example is the Leandra clade, which includes the majority of the taxa traditionally treated in the genus by: 1.SYSTEMATIC STUDIES Ebook THE COREOPSIDINAE (COMPOSITAE): NEW COSMOS FROM MEXICO.

(MELASTOMATACEAE) Volume 3, Page PHLOX AND POLEMONIUM (POLEMONIACEAE) IN THE INTERMOUNTAIN REGION If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and author information.

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