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New or noteworthy Annonaceae from tropical America.

Robert Elias Fries

New or noteworthy Annonaceae from tropical America.

by Robert Elias Fries

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Published by Almqvist & Wiksells boktr. in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Annonaceae.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSvenska vetenskapsakademien, Stockholm. Handlingar, ser. 3, ,, bd. 24, n:o 10, Kungl. Svenska vetenskapsakademiens handlingar ;, ser. 3, bd. 24, n:o 10.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ64 .S85 ser. 3, bd. 24, no.10
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p.
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL194665M
    LC Control Numbera 49001059
    OCLC/WorldCa26678170

    Myrtaceae), soursop (Annona muricata, Annonaceae), and genip (Melicoccus bijugatus, Sapindaceae) of tropical America; hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, Malvaceae) of Asia; and the breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis, Moraceae) of the Pacific. People of the Caribbean would also recognize familiar wild plants such as jumbay (Leucaena leucocephala,File Size: 63KB. : annona muricata seeds. Skip to main content. Try Prime All Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Whole Foods Today's Deals AmazonBasics Coupons Gift Cards Help Free Shipping Shopper Toolkit Registry Sell.

      Annona muricata is a member of the Annonaceae family and is a fruit tree with a long history of traditional use.A. muricata, also known as soursop, graviola and guanabana, is an evergreen plant that is mostly distributed in tropical and subtropical regions of the fruits of A. muricata are extensively used to prepare syrups, candies, beverages, ice creams and by: Economic uses: Native people of the Amazon and Central America often use Annonaceae bark for twine because of its strength and flexibility. Some Annonaceae species are widely cultivated in the tropics for their fruit: cherimoya (Annona cherimola), guanábana or soursop (Annona muricata), and several other local varieties.

    Annona is a genus of tropical fruit trees belonging to the family Annonaceae, of which there are approximately species and one hybrid are grown for domestic/commercial use [1]. Annona muricata L. is known as soursop in English-speaking countries and is referred to by numerous common names (Table ) [2–6].After the arrival of the Spanish in the Americas, the Annona. A new species, Goniothalamus flagellistylus Tagane & V. S. Dang, sp. nov. from Hon Ba Nature Reserve in Khanh Hoa Province, South Vietnam is described and illustrated. This species is most similar to Goniothalamus tortilipetalus , but distinct in having – stamens (vs. ca. –) and ca carpels (vs. ca. 50–) per flower, and Stigma and pseudostyles ca mm (vs. 4 Cited by: 4.


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Family Profile Annonaceae Family Description. A family of about genera and species, pantropic but also extending into temperate regions; 17 genera occur in Australia, two introduced.

Genera. Annona - A genus of about species in tropical America and Africa; four species have become naturalised in Australia. Backer & Bakhuizen van den Brink ( The Annonaceae are a family of flowering plants consisting of trees, shrubs, or rarely lianas commonly known as the custard apple family or soursop family.

With accepted genera and about known species, it is the largest family in the Magnoliales. Several genera produce edible fruit, most notably Annona, Anonidium, Asimina, Rollinia, and Uvaria. Its type genus is Annona. The family is Clade: Tracheophytes. Annonaceae, the custard apple, or annona, family, the largest family of the magnolia order (Magnoliales) with genera and about 2, species.

The family consists of trees, shrubs, and woody climbers found mainly in the tropics, although a few species extend into temperate regions. Many species are valuable for their large pulpy fruits, some.

Tropical and Subtropical Trees - A Worldwide Encyclopaedic Guide. Publication Author Barwick. Publisher Thames & Hudson, London Year ISBN Description A superb book, very concise and well written, giving a wealth of information on or more species including descriptions, habitat, cultivation details and plant uses.

One of the major studies of the Annonaceae of tropical Asia was by Suzanne Jovet-Ast (–), who published an account of the Indochinese species under her maiden name, Ast (Fl. Indo-Chine, Suppl.

1: 62– ). Unfortunately, she failed to provide Latin descriptions forFile Size: KB. OCLC Number: Notes: "Bulletin of the United States National Museum." Description: xvii, ix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Classification of the genus Annona with descriptions of new and imperfectly known species / W.E.

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Annonaceae () is a tropical family of trees, shrubs, and lianas belonging to the order Magnoliales (APGII, ).It is the most diverse family of this early diverging plant order, comprising genera and ca.

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Overview of Annonaceae genus Xylopia by Paul Maas. Filmed at RBG Kew on May 12 Funded by Bentham Moxon Trust. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Meek, Seth E. (Seth Eugene), New species of fishes from tropical America. Chicago, (OCoLC) Soursop (Annona muricata), a large, spiny, cauliflorous fruit that may weigh up to 6 pounds (3 kg).

Unlike the jackfruit, it belongs to the custard apple family (Annonaceae) and is native to tropical America. Soft, ripe soursops are mostly used for ice creams and sherbets, or the custard-like flesh can be eaten fresh (preferably chilled).

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Annonaceae is an essentially tropical and subtropical family that comprises approximately genera and species. In Brazil, 29 genera that subdivide into species have been reported (Lobão et al., ).The family has considerable economic importance, mainly as a.

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Atemoya is much hardier than common Sugar Apple, and at the same time can tolerate tropical heat unlike Cherimola which requires cooler summers. This is a primarily tropical family of which only a single genus occurs in temperate North America. Tropical fruits in the genus Annona include custard-apple, sweetsop, soursop, and cherimoya.

Our only species in the family has the largest fruit of any native plant in the state; shaped rather like a .Morawetz, W. A new pollen type, C-banded and fluorescent counterstained chromosomes and evolution in Guatteria and related genera (Annonaceae).

.Annonaceae is a pantropical family of trees, shrubs and lianas and is among the most species-rich lineages of tropical rain forest plants (Chatrou et al., a). To date Annonaceae contain