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Calyceraceae | plant family | Britannica.com

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Calyceraceae: Calyceraceae, family of small and economically unimportant dicotyledonous flowering plants containing six genera (Boöpis, Calycera, Acicarpha, Acarpha, Gamocarpha, and Moschopsis) with 60 species distributed in Central and South America. One species (Acicarpha tribuloides) occurs as a …

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Calyceraceae - Wikipedia

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Calyceraceae (Q132299) From Wikidata. Jump to navigation Jump to search. family of plants. edit. Language Label Description Also known as; English: Calyceraceae. family of plants. Statements. instance of. taxon. 0 references. image. Boopis bupleuroides.jpg 627 × 999; 50 KB. 0 references. Calycera crassifolia ... Search. Navigation. Main page ...

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Calyceraceae - Wikidata

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This family is accepted. Hind, D.J.N. (2009). Neotropical Calyceraceae. Morphology Description Annual or perennial herbs. Stems few - to many - branched, glabrous or various pubescent . Leaves in a basal rosette or cauline and alternate , exstipulate , entire or dentate or lobed to pinnatisect . Inflorescence of terminal capitula or opposite leaves, sessile or pendunculate, solitary or ...

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4/20/2016 · Abstract. Background and Aims The plant family Asteraceae (Compositae) exhibits remarkable morphological variation in the styles of its members. Lack of studies on the styles of t

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Taxonomy - Calyceraceae (FAMILY) - uniprot.org

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Asterales: Asterales, daisy order of flowering plants, containing 11 families and some 26,870 species. Asterales is part of the core asterid clade (organisms with a single common ancestor) in the euasterid II group of the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group III (APG III) botanical classification system. The major

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The often CALYCERACEAE AND ASTERACEAE many-seeded fruits are variable within the family, but mostly consisting of laterally dehiscing capsules, although The sister group to Asteraceae is the small family also drupes and nuts can be found.

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A list of all accepted and unassessed names in Calyceraceae is available in CSV format (Unicode UTF-8 encoding). Statistics. Species of Calyceraceae contained within The Plant List belong to 6 plant genera. The Plant List includes 161 scientific plant names of species rank for the family Calyceraceae. Of these 56 are accepted species names.

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Calyceraceae — The Plant List

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CALYCERACEAE - Family Page - ISB: Atlas of Florida Plants

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Calycera is a genus of flowering plants in family Calyceraceae endemic to South America. It has been considered to contain 14 species, or more recently nine. It has been considered to contain 14 species, or more recently nine.

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Calycera - Wikipedia

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Calyceraceae definition is - a family of South American herbs or subshrubs (order Campanulales) having flowers in heads like the composites but differing in the variable number of perianth lobes and the more or less distinct anthers.

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Calyceraceae | Definition of Calyceraceae by Merriam-Webster

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9/1/2015 · The tolerance of some of the early diverging taxa of Asteraceae, and most members of its sister family Calyceraceae, to extreme environmental and ecological conditions leads us to believe that this resistance might have played a major role in the early evolution of Asteraceae.

Calyceraceae | Definition of Calyceraceae by Merriam-Webster

Early evolution of the angiosperm clade Asteraceae in the ...

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THE SEARCH FOR THE SISTER OF ASTERACEAE ... tionship between Asteraceae and Calyceraceae, mainly ... The family Asteraceae, the focus of this volume, hardly ...

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Asteraceae and relationships within Asterales

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Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are contained in ...

Asteraceae and relationships within Asterales

ITIS Standard Report Page: Calyceraceae

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Department of Systematic Botany, Uppsala University, Villavagen 6, S-752 36, Uppsala, Sweden. In search for the sister group of the Asteraceae, morphological evidence was assembled for investigating the relationship between the Asteraceae and those families most frequently considered to be their closest relatives, in particular the Caly- ceraceae, Campanulaceae (along with the frequently ...

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Filter search by. Search. Search. Advanced Search. Calycera crassifolia (Miers) Hicken [family CALYCERACEAE] Herbarium. Instituto de Botánica Darwinion de Buenos Aires (SI), SI065593. Collection. Herbarium Specimens. Resource Type. Specimens. Collector.

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Calycera crassifolia (Miers) Hicken [family CALYCERACEAE ...

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1/26/2016 · Calibration at the Asteraceae + Calyceraceae crown node (second calibration scenario; figure S5A and table S2 of ref. 1) is not consistent with the bootstrap, because it excludes the possibility that the fossil is a stem member of the Asteraceae + Calyceraceae clade. The third scenario placement is consistent with the fossil + Asteraceae ...

Calycera crassifolia (Miers) Hicken [family CALYCERACEAE ...

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Evolutionary origin of the Asteraceae capitulum: Insights from Calyceraceae. ... (Menyanthaceae + Goodeniaceae + Calyceraceae + Asteraceae). ... diffi culties in obtaining material of this family ...

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Category:Calyceraceae - Wikimedia Commons

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Calyceraceae is a plant family in the order Asterales. The natural distribution of the about sixty species belonging to this family is restricted to the southern half of South-America. The species of the family resemble both the Asteraceae family and the Dipsacaceae.

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Global Species : Calyceraceae

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PubAg. Search in. search for Search Advanced Search. Selections (0) Show Selections; Clear Selections; PubAg. Main content area. You searched for: Subject "Asteraceae" Remove constraint Subject: "Asteraceae" Start Over. Toggle facets Limit your search ... 1,694 Search Results

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1/1/2012 · This fossil displays several relevant features that we here present in detail for the first time; some may reveal past interactions with vertebrate pollinators. Furthermore, the age of the fossil-bearing strata suggests that the divergence between Asteraceae and its sister family Calyceraceae might have occurred far earlier than previously thought.

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extinct Eocene taxon of the daisy family (Asteraceae ...

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7/1/2018 · Inflorescences in the Asteraceae plant family, flower heads, or capitula, mimic single flowers but are highly compressed structures composed of multiple flowers. This transference of a flower-like ...

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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.

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The evolution of the Calyceraceae on the other hand has resulted in only 56 species, all found in southern South America. Despite the large number of species, Asteraceae researchers are developing an understanding of the family?s evolutionary trajectory and traits, …

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Boopis patagonica Speg. [family CALYCERACEAE] on JSTOR

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Cite this page: Tropicos.org. Missouri Botanical Garden. 31 Mar 2019

Boopis patagonica Speg. [family CALYCERACEAE] on JSTOR

Tropicos | Name - !!Calyceraceae R. Br. ex Rich.

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Nastanthus falklandicus, also called false-plantain, is a species of plant in the Calyceraceae family. It is endemic to Falkland Islands.Its natural habitat is rocky shores.

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Calyceraceae is a South American family comprising six genera and 50-60 species. The genera are Acicarpha, Boopis. The genera are Acicarpha, Boopis. Calycera, Gamocarpha, Moschop- sis, and …

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Calyceraceae definition/meaning - omnilexica.com

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Macroevolutionary dynamics in the early diversification of Asteraceae ... family Asteraceae has a global distribution and at least 460 times more species than its South American endemic sister family Calyceraceae. In this study, diversification rate dynamics across Asteraceae are examined in light of the several hypothesized causes for the ...

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666.37.00 Calyceraceae Botany: simple, alternate leaves; flowers arranged in heads. Taxonomy There is no information about this family in homeopathy. The placement in the Campanulales suggests a Subphase 7 placement. Introduction The Subphase 7 makes them feeling rejected even with all their Phase 3 qualities of adapting and pleasing. They can ...

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Calyceraceae | Qjure

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Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species King Philip Can Only Find Green Socks (mnemonic for taxonomy order: Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species) KPCOFGS Kids Playing Cards on Freeways Get Smashed (mnemonic for taxonomy order: Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species)

Calyceraceae | Qjure

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Calyceraceae consist of six genera with approximately 50 species. Some members of the family, especially Acicarpha, have capitula strikingly similar to Asteraceae, but they lack fully fused anthers and are characterized by a single pendulous ovule per achene.The first published evidence of a close relationship between Asteraceae and Calyceraceae was provided by an extensive pollen survey ...

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Pollen Morphology and Ultrastructure of Calyceraceae

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family calyceraceae as per the taxanomic classification of kingdom plantae with botanical names and scientific names in botany in series of kingdom, division, order, class, family, genus and species for flowering and non-flowering plant kingdom

Pollen Morphology and Ultrastructure of Calyceraceae

Family Calyceraceae - biocyclopedia.com

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Na so definición actual, l'orde Asterales inclúi a les siguientes families con pétalos valvaos, qu'almacenen inulina y que presenten acedu elágico: Alseuosmiaceae, Argophyllaceae, Calyceraceae, Campanulaceae (incluyendo opcionalmente a Lobeliaceae), Goodeniaceae, Menyanthaceae, Pentaphragmataceae, Phellinaceae, Rousseaceae y Stylidiaceae.

Family Calyceraceae - biocyclopedia.com

Asteraceae - Wikipedia

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11/4/2016 · search. 5 strange and beautiful plants found in steppes. by Timber Press on November 4, 2016. ... Unique to South America, the Calyceraceae family holds some of the most bizarre-looking plants in temperate climates. Some resemble flattened cauliflower or broccoli in leaves or florets, or just a game attempt to mimic a miniature medieval mace. ...

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