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contribution to the leaf anatomy and taxonomy of Apocynaceae in Africa

Elizabeth Omino

contribution to the leaf anatomy and taxonomy of Apocynaceae in Africa

the leaf anatomy of Apocynaceae in East Africa : a monograph of Pleiocarpinae (series of revisions of Apocynaceae XLI)

by Elizabeth Omino

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Published by Wageningen Agricultural University in Wageningen .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa, East
    • Subjects:
    • Apocynaceae -- Africa, East -- Anatomy.,
    • Apocynaceae -- Africa, East -- Classification.,
    • Leaves -- Africa, East -- Anatomy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesLeaf anatomy of East African Apocynaceae, Pleiocarpinae
      StatementElizabeth Omino.
      SeriesWageningen Agricultural University papers,, 96-1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK495.A66 O45 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 178 p. :
      Number of Pages178
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL727709M
      ISBN 109073348536
      LC Control Number97116440
      OCLC/WorldCa35183421

      May 27,  · A few families were found to completely belong within other families and therefore disappeared in taxonomy. For example, the milkweed family (Asclepiadaceae) disappeared into the dogbane family (Apocynaceae), the maple family (Aceraceae) disappeared into the soap berry family (Sapindaceae) where it actually started out many years ago. Welcome to the famous Dave's Garden website. Join our friendly community that shares tips and ideas for gardens, along with seeds and plants. What is EDIS? EDIS is the Electronic Data Information Source of UF/IFAS Extension, a collection of information on topics relevant to you. Apocynaceae notorious for poisonous properties and for yielding potent poisons that have been used most effectively in arrow poison since ancient times. The active principles in these poisons are usually glucosides with a digitalis-like action that stimulates the heart, and their effect is .


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vi, p., 40 figs, 18 maps, paperbound (WAUP Omino, E., Apocynaceae (from Apocynum, Greek for "dog-away") is a family of flowering plants that includes trees, shrubs, herbs, stem succulents, and vines, commonly known as the dogbane family, because some taxa were used as dog poison.

Members of the family are native to the European, Asian, Contribution to the leaf anatomy and taxonomy of Apocynaceae in Africa book, Australian, and American tropics or subtropics, with some temperate lombardspirit.com: Tracheophytes.

Contribution of leaf anatomy to the taxonomy Cyperus L. subg. Cyperus (Cyperaceae) species from Southern Brazil Article (PDF Available) in Acta Botanica Brasilica 24(3) · September Plants of the Apocynaceae are often poisonous and are rich in alkaloids or glycosides, especially in the seeds and latex.

Some species are valuable sources of medicine, insecticides, fibers, and rubber. Tsiang Ying & Li Ping-tao. Apocynaceae. Reipubl. Popularis Sin. 1– 1a. Herbs, sometimes with a woody base. Media in category "Apocynaceae in South Africa" The following files are in this category, out of total.

A list of all accepted names in Apocynaceae is available in CSV format. Statistics. Species of Apocynaceae contained within The Plant List belong to plant genera. The Plant List includes contribution to the leaf anatomy and taxonomy of Apocynaceae in Africa book, scientific plant names of species rank for the family Apocynaceae.

Of these. Feb 09,  · This study compared for the first time the leaf morphology and anatomy of Araujia and Morrenia in a phylogenetic framework. We delimited 17 discrete and four continuous characters. Because the leaf characters were continuously variable between Araujia and Morrenia, our description focused on characters rather than on the genera.

We first Cited by: 1. The below mentioned article provides an overview on Family–Apocynaceae. After reading this article you will learn about: 1. Explanation on Family Apocynaceae 2. Taxonomy and traditional medicinal uses on the family Apocynaceae growing throughout the Rajshahi, Bangladesh was carried out during July to August A total of 14 species under 12 genera belonging to the family Apocynaceae were collected and identified.

Abstract. A brief summary of Apocynaceae species in East Africa is given. The number of genera and species is provided including those in cultivation and of medicinal use. Taxonomy, anatomy, cytology and palynology will be treated in larger lombardspirit.com: E.

Omino. Feb 10,  · Apocynaceae, dogbane family (order Gentianales) of flowering plants, including about genera and 4, species of trees, shrubs, woody vines, and herbs. Most members are considered poisonous, and a number are cultivated as ornamentals for their attractive flowers and foliage.

A Contribution to the leaf anatomy and taxonomy of Apocynaceae in Africa; a monograph of the Pleiocarpinae (Series of revisions of Apocynaceae XLI) Omino, E.p., 62 figs, 18 maps, paper (WAUP) ISBN € 48 Cytology, genetics and molecular biology of algae Chaudhary, B.R.

& S.B. Agrawal (Eds). A revised classification of the Apocynaceae. of alkaloids in plants and their applications in plant taxonomy. leaf and stem anatomy of all Rhabdadenia species to establish unequivocal. Feb 26,  · The taxonomy and systematics of Apocynaceae: where we stand in However, tribal composition remains unclear in some parts of the family.

Clade structure in Apocynaceae is now generally well understood. recent radiations such as core Asclepiadinae in Africa and the Metastematinae in Latin America present particular problems in this.

Strophanthus, which is of the Apocynaceae family, is a flowering plant that grows in tropical Africa, South Africa, southern India, the Philippines, Laos, Vietnam, and South China. Strophanthus has been used medicinally as a cardiac stimulant and in the treatment of peptic ulcer and snakebites.

Affinities of Apocynaceae: The family Apocynaceae is closely related to Asclepiadaceae and has been placed with it by taxonomists.

Hallier included the Asclepiadaceae with the Apocynaceae and derived them from the Linaceae. Bessey accepted the two families as distinct and treated both in his Gentianales. Nerium oleander L.

(Apocynaceae), the only species currently classified in the genus Nerium, is an evergreen shrub or small with all parts of the plant being toxic [24]. It is cultivated worldwide and is one of the most poisonous of commonly grown garden plants. Jan 08,  · The main function of a leaf is to produce food for the plant by photosynthesis.

Chlorophyll, the substance that gives plants their characteristic green colour, absorbs light lombardspirit.com internal structure of the leaf is protected by the leaf epidermis, which is continuous with the stem lombardspirit.com central leaf, or mesophyll, consists of soft-walled, unspecialized cells of the type known as.

Aug 06,  · This study characterizes the leaf anatomy of 31 species of the subfamily Salacioideae as a contribution to identifying them through features that may also help distinguish among genera.

Cross-sections of the median region of the leaf blade and of the petiole and dissociated and macerated epidermis were lombardspirit.com by: The Apocynaceae are trees, shrubs or sometimes herbs, usually with milky sap comprising about genera and 2, species.

The leaves are simple, usually opposite and decussate, or whorled; stipules are usually absent. The flowers are bisexual and actinomorphic or sometimes weakly zygomorphic. The calyx is synsepalous and usually 5-lobed. A contribution to the leaf anatomy and taxonomy of Apocynaceae in Africa; a monograph of the Pleiocarpinae (Series of revisions of Apocynaceae XLI) Omino, E.

-pp., paper, 62 figs., 18 maps (WAUP ). Montana Field Guide contains a wealth of information about Montana's diverse species. Apocynaceae in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families.

The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the internet. Accessed: Aug. Reveal, J.L. Indices Nominum Supragenericorum Plantarum Vascularium. International Association for Plant Taxonomy, University of Maryland and Cornell University.

Accessed. Apr 23,  · Background. The genus Pachypodium contains 21 species of succulent, generally spinescent shrubs and trees found in southern Africa and lombardspirit.comodium has diversified mostly into arid and semi-arid habitats of Madagascar, and has been cited as an example of a plant group that links the highly diverse arid-adapted floras of Africa and lombardspirit.com by: 8.

Apocynaceae definition is - a family of chiefly tropical herbs, shrubs, or trees (order Gentianales) having a milky juice, simple entire leaves, often showy flowers, and a fruit consisting of two follicles or drupes.

Keywords Pachypodium, Apocynaceae, Biogeography, Madagascar, Phylogeny, Africa, ITS, trnL-F, Flower color, Taxonomy INTRODUCTION Pachypodium (Apocynaceae) comprises 21 species of spinescent, succulent, xerophytic shrubs and small trees distributed in Madagascar and southern Africa (Table 1).

Pachypodium is well known for its diverse array of. 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. Notes on Secamonoideae (Apocynaceae) in Africa ABSTRACT The African taxa that have been referred to Toxocarpus (Apocynaceae, Secamonoideae) are revised.

All three species, including one species some-times placed in a monotypic genus, Rhynchostigma, are transferred to Secamone.

The following recombinations are made: Secamone brevipes (Benth.)Cited by: Anatomy and histochemistry of colleters in Roupelia grata (Apocynaceae) Anatomy and histochemistry of colleters in Roupelia grata (Apocynaceae) Thomas, Vinoth; Dave, Yash; Menon, A.

The colleters of Roupelia grata are present on the petiole of the leaf, bract, bracteole and calyx. A mature colleter has a distinct head and a stalk. The history of botany examines the human effort to understand life on Earth by tracing the historical development of the discipline of botany—that part of natural science dealing with organisms traditionally treated as plants.

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Apocynaceae subfamilies Asclepiadoideae and Secamonoideae - Milkweed and stapeliad family. Asclepiadaceae. Leistner, O.A. () Seed plants of southern tropical Africa: families and genera SABONET Report No. 26 SABONET GRIN (Germplasm Resources Information Network) taxonomy for plants report for Apocynaceae subfamilies.

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Johannesburg, Reprint from the African, Rhodesian and East African Mining Manuels, ill, pp. (Apocynaceae).

Wageningen, Veenman, Dissertation WUR, 42 maps, 45 fig, 7 phot, pp. A contribution to the leaf anatomy and taxonomy of Apocynaceae in. This article records new taxa of plants that are scheduled to be described during the yearas well as other significant discoveries and events related to paleobotany that.

Free Online Library: A Revised Classification of the Apocynaceae s.l. by "The Botanical Review"; Biological sciences Botany Morphology Flowering shrubs. The plants of the genus Melodinus (Apocynaceae) are widely distributed, and have long been used in folk medicine for the treatment of various ailments such as meningitis in children andrheu- matic heart diseases, hernia, infantile malnutrition, dyspepsia and testitis.

Over alkaloids to. Two new species in the Pdf stenopetala complex (Apocynaceae, Pdf are described from the Guiana Shield and Amazonian Brazil: Matelea brevistipitata Krings & Morillo, sp.

nov. and Matelea trichopedicellataKrings & Morillo, sp. nov. The new species belong to a small group of adaxially-pubescent-flowered taxa within the complex, including Matelea hildegardiana and Matelea Cited by: 1.Apocynaceae[ə‚päs·ə′nās·ē‚ē] (botany) A family of tropical and subtropical flowering trees, shrubs, and vines in the order Gentianales, characterized by a well-developed latex system, granular pollen, a poorly developed corona, and the carpels often united by the style and stigma; well-known members are oleander and periwinkle.

Apocynaceae.A Textbook of Medicinal Plants from Nigeria. Tolu Odugbemi Taxonomy of Nigerian Ebook Plants. Euphorbiaceae Euphorbiaceae extract fruits gastrointestinal gonorrhoea Hausa Hausa name headache herbal herbs Igbo jaundice leaf Leaves Leaves Leguminosae leprosy Linn malaria Malvaceae Malvaceae Malvaceae Malvaceae marketing medicinal 3/5(3).