FLORA POLINICA DE CHAMELA, JALISCO (FAMILIAS AMARANTHACEAE, COMBRETACEAE, LOASACEAE, MARTYNIACEAE, PAPAVERACEAE, TILIACEAE Y VIOLACEAE)
- Trichospermum lessertianum comb. n., the correct name for the Cuban species of Trichospermum (Malvaceae, Grewioideae) also found in Mexico and Central America. Dorr, Laurence J. // PhytoKeys;Apr2011, p17
The correct name for the Cuban species of Trichospermum Bl. (Malvaceae: Grewioideae) also found in Mexico and Central America is T. lessertianum (Hochr.) Dorr, comb. n. The name T. mexicanum (DC.) Baill., incorrectly applied to this Cuban species, should be restricted to a species endemic to...
- UNA ESPECIE NUEVA DE TRIUMFETTA (TILIACEAE) DEL ESTADO DE GUERRERO, MÃ‰XICO. Gual Díaz, Martha; Peralta Gómez, Susana; Diego Pérez, Nelly // Acta Botanica Mexicana;2001, Issue 56, p13
Based on material collected in the Costa Grande region of Guerrero, Triumfetta guerrerensis (Tiliaceae) is described and illustrated as a new species to science. This species is related to T. medusae W. W. Thomas & McVaugh. Both share entire or 3-lobed leaves, hermaphroditic flowers, 5-locular...
- Especie nueva de Triumfetta (Tiliaceae) en el bosque mesÃ³filo de montaÃ±a de Oaxaca, MÃ©xico. Gual-Díaz, Martha; Chiang, Fernando // Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad;Dec2011, Vol. 82 Issue 4, p1083
Based on the study of specimens of the family Tiliaceae deposited in MEXU, a new species of Triumfetta from the cloud forests of Oaxaca, Mexico is described and illustrated. Its morphological relationship with T. coriacea Hochr. and T. cucullata Fernald is discussed.
- A new and rare species of Ptilotus (Amaranthaceae) from a suburban wetland of the eastern Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia. Davis, Robert W.; Catherine Tauss // Nuytsia;2011, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p97
Ptilotus christineae R.W.Davis & Tauss, currently known from only one small population in the Greater Brixton Street Wetlands, about 14 km from the centre of the city of Perth, is described and illustrated. A key to Ptilotus R.Br. of the Swan Coastal Plain Biogeographical Region is provided.
- The Diversity of Antibacterial Compounds of Terminalia Species (Combretaceae). Shinde, S. L.; Junne, S. B.; Wadje, S. S.; Baig, M. M. V. // Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences;2009, Vol. 12 Issue 22, p1483
The antibacterial activity of acetone, hexane, dichloromethane leaf extract of five Terminalia species (Terminalia alata Heyne ex Roth., Terminalia arjuna (Roxb.) Wt. and Arn., Terminalia bellerica (Gaertn.) Roxb., Terminalia catappa L. and Terminalia chebula Retz.) were tested by...
- A NEW COMBINATION AND A NEW SPECIES IN COMBRETUM (COMBRETACEAE) FROM INDIA. Sujana, K. A.; Narayanan, M. K. Ratheesh; Kumar, N. Anil // Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas;2012, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p453
Quisqualis malabarica Bedd. is transferred to Combretum and a new combination, viz., Combretum malabaricum (Bedd.) Sujana, Ratheesh, & Anil, is proposed. Combretum recurvatum Sujana, Ratheesh, & Anil, a new species allied to Combretum malabaricum (Bedd.) Sujana, Ratheesh, & Anil, is described...
- An assessment of some infraspecific taxa in Ptilotus (Amaranthaceae) from Western Australia. Davis, R. W. // Nuytsia;2011, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p103
This paper deals with three infraspecific taxa in Ptilotus R.Br. that do not warrant recognition: Ptilotus appendiculatus Benl var. minor Benl, Ptilotus divaricatus (Gaudich.) F.Muell. var. rubescens Benl and Ptilotus lanatus Cunn. ex Moq. var. glabrobracteatus Benl.
- SHORT COMMUNICATIONS: Re-evaluation of some infraspecific taxa in Ptilotus (Amaranthaceae). Davis, R. W. // Nuytsia;2011, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p149
The article examines the infraspecific taxa in Ptilotus or Amaranthaceae in Western Australia. It mentions that the P. Grandiflorus variety lepidus have no taxonomic merit and should belong under P. grandiflorus. Moreover, it notes that after analyzing the infraspecific taxa pf P. humilis, it...
- Comparative Pharmacognostic Study of Two Species of Aerva Juss. Ranjan, Rajni B.; Deokule, S. S. // International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review & Resear;Sep/Oct2013, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p112
Aerva javanica Juss. and Aerva lanata Juss. belongs to family Amaranthaceae and is being used in the indigenous systems of medicine as a ailment for Kidney stone, diarrhoea, cholera and snakebite. These species are commonly known as pashanbhedi. The drug part is usually used as the roots. The...