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Wood anatomy of the Sapindaceae

RenГ© Karel Wilhelmus Maria Klaassen

Wood anatomy of the Sapindaceae

by RenГ© Karel Wilhelmus Maria Klaassen

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Published by Published for the International Association of Wood Anatomists at the National Herbarium of the Netherlands in Leiden, the Netherlands .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sapindaceae -- Anatomy.,
  • Wood -- Anatomy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementdoor Rene Karel Wilhelmus Maria Klaassen.
    SeriesIAWA journal -- 2
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK495.S19 K53 1999
    The Physical Object
    Pagination214 p. :
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19466922M
    ISBN 109071236404

    mann et al., ) as well as in systematic studies of the wood anatomy of Sapindaceae (Li et al., ; Klaassen, ). These studies used less than 10 specimens and did not consider within-species variation. In this study we aimed at clarifying species-level trends in wood structure of D. viscosa using a large number of wood. provides thousands of ebooks for free without registration. Download PDF and EPUB ebooks.

    Wood anatomy of the neotropical Sapotaceae Check nearby libraries. WorldCat; Buy this book. Better World Books; Share this book. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. Embed. Edit. Last edited by Anand Chitipothu. Novem | History. An edition of Wood anatomy of the neotropical Sapotaceae () Wood anatomy of the neotropical Sapotaceae. The subfamilies of Sapindaceae spread in the mid Cretaceous Ma, initially from Laurasia, with South East Asia remaining an important area in the evolution of the family (Buerki et al. c, b). Sapindaceae may not be a simple example of a temperate radiation embedded in an otherwise tropical group (c.f. Judd et al. ).

    Wood anatomy of lianas of sapindaceae commercially used in São Paulo - SP. By Neusa Tamaio. Get PDF (2 MB) Abstract. We performed an anatomical survey of Sapindaceae species growing on the private property that supplies liana fragments to the Adere (Association for the Development and Recovery for the Intellectually Disabled), one of the. General anatomy. Plants with ‘crystal sand’ (occasionally), or without ‘crystal sand’. Leaf anatomy. The leaf lamina dorsiventral (usually), or bifacial to centric. Extra-floral nectaries absent. Abaxial epidermis papillose (often), or not papillose. Mucilaginous epidermis present (very commonly), or absent.


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Wood anatomy of the Sapindaceae by RenГ© Karel Wilhelmus Maria Klaassen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Thorough wood anatomy treatment of the fam-ily Sapindaceae to date. By the very nature of the work and subject matter, it will become the classical wood anatomical work on this fami-ly. The book is like a very long research paper complete with summary, 6 chapters, referenc-es, appendix, and acknowledgments.

Chapter. The wood anatomy of 24 species belonging to 18 genera of the Sapindaceae native to China is described. Despite the wood anatomical homogeneity of the Chinese taxa of the family, it is possible to key out individual genera as long as the unknown material is confined to Chinese by: 8.

The Sapindaceae is very important from a floristic point Wood anatomy of the Sapindaceae book view, in Venezuela and occurs in almost all regions in the country. Included are many species economically valuable as ornamentals, medicinals, and for their wood.

In spite of its importance, we have very few studies about the Sapindaceae in Venezuela and this research deals with the wood anatomy description of 18 species of trees, Author: W. León. The APG orders are compared with the most recent «classical» orders as listed in the second edition ofThe Plant Book for «improved» or «deteriorated» wood anatomical coherence.

Although homoplasy in wood anatomical characters, largely due to ecological adaptations, limits the value of wood anatomy at higher levels of classification, many Cited by: The ecological wood anatomy of vaccinioid wood samples (including species, 35 genera), collected between 39°S and 60°N latitude and 10 m to m altitude is studied.

Lack of latitudinal trends in wood anatomy of Dodonaea viscosa (Sapindaceae), a species with a worldwide distribution. American Journal of Botany, 90, – Loconte, H. Wood anatomy of the neotropical liana lineage Paullinia L.

(Sapindaceae) Published in: IAWA Journal, July DOI: /bja Authors: Joyce G. Chery, Israel L. da Cunha Neto, Marcelo R. Pace, Pedro Acevedo-Rodríguez, Chelsea D. Specht, Carl J. Rothfels. Miller, R. Wood anatomy and identification of species of Juglans.

Botanical Gazette. ; (4); ISSN: 4. Panshin, A. and de Zeeuw, C. Textbook of wood technology. Structure, identification and uses of the commercial woods of the United States and Canada.

Fourth Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company;   1. Introduction. The cosmopolitan family Sapindaceae comprises about species grouped in genera (The Plant List, ).Its major center of distribution is in tropical and subtropical areas, with only a few genera in temperate zones (Buerki et al., ; Acevedo-Rodríguez et al., ).Representatives of the family present several types of growth forms, i.e., trees, shrubs, vines.

by Eric Meier. Outline. Vessel elements: porosity, arrangement, size, frequency, contents Parenchyma: apotracheal, paratracheal; Rays: width, spacing, aggregate, noded, storied; Wood fibers; Monocots: palm, bamboo; In sharp contrast to the simple anatomy of softwoods, the hardwoods of the world exhibit a dazzling array of endgrain patterns and intricate motifs; and it’s in this complexity.

Other articles where Sapindaceae is discussed: Sapindales: Sapindaceae: Many members of the order are important economically, particularly for their timber or fruits. A few tropical species of the family Sapindaceae produce useful wood for construction, furniture, or fuel, but many are better known for their fruits.

Blighia sapida (akee) from West Africa. We performed an anatomical survey of Sapindaceae species growing on the private property that supplies liana fragments to the Adere (Association for the Development and Recovery for the Intellectually Disabled), one of the major producer of art wood marquetry made from the lianas from Sao Paulo.

Based on species identification, we carried out both morphological and microscopic analyses. The Sapindaceae include many species of economically valuable tropical fruit, including the lychee, longan, pitomba, guinip/mamoncillo, korlan, rambutan, pulasan, and products include guarana, soapberries, and maple syrup.

Some species of maple and buckeye are valued for their wood, while several other genera, such as Koelreuteria, Cardiospermum, and Ungnadia, are popular. Wood Anatomy of Acanthaceae: A Survey. Article (PDF Available) About such recent books, monographs, and other botanical papers are cited in the Introduction, listed primarily by the.

Note: for those interested in practical wood anatomy (wood identification) the book by Hoadley is a good introduction. For those interested in an academic introduction to systematic wood anatomy the work 'Anatomy of the Dicotyledons' 2nd edition Volume II () by Metcalfe & Chalk is the standard work: a good solid s: 2.

This book is not concerned directly with wood identification, although ability to recognize the wood features discussed in the preceding chapters is essential for work in wood identification. The present chapter is concerned with how wood characters have been and can be used in taxonomic and phylogenetic studies - and also which wood characters are likely or not likely to be useful, in general.

Wood anatomy. Wood is composed mostly of hollow, elongated, spindle-shaped cells that are arranged parallel to each other along the trunk of a tree.

The characteristics of these fibrous cells and their arrangement affect strength properties, appearance, resistance to penetration by water and chemicals, resistance to decay, and many other.

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Kukachka. The wood anatomy of 24 species belonging to 18 genera of the Sapindaceae native to China is described. Despite the wood anatomical homogeneity of the Chinese taxa of the family, it is possible to key out individual genera as long as the unknown material is confined to Chinese species.

In general, the wood of Sapindaceae is characterised by diffuse-porous vessel distribution, simple. Description. Trees, shrubs, lianas, or less often herbaceous vines.

Stems of climbing species usually with multiple vascular cylinders, and very often with white, milky es minute to large, present only in climbing plant species (tribe Paullinieae).

The wood anatomy and identification of the commercially important species of Dalbergia. Technical information leaflets and books on commercial and little used North American and tropical woods. Wood anatomy of Croton.

In addition to the research mission, the Center identifies wood for industries, museums, universities, other government agencies.Lychee (Litchi chinensis) The soapberry family. This family yields a number of fruit-bearing trees that are more common in tropical climates, such as lychee (Litchi chinensis), rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum), and longan (Dimocarpus longan).COVID Resources.

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