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Asclepiadaceae & Periplocaceae of Bombay

H. Santapau

Asclepiadaceae & Periplocaceae of Bombay

by H. Santapau

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Published by University of Bombay] in [Bombay .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Bombay (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Asclepiadaceae,
    • Botany -- India -- Bombay (State)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby H. Santapau & N. A. Irani.
      SeriesUniversity of Bombay botanical memoirs, no. 4
      ContributionsIrani, N. A., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK495.A815 S26
      The Physical Object
      Pagination118 p.
      Number of Pages118
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL28110M
      LC Control Numbersa 68020633

        Abstract. A modified classification of the family Asclepiadaceae R. Br. s.s. into three tribes – Secamoneae, Asclepiadeae s.l. and Stapelieae s.l. – is position of attachment of the caudicles to the pollinia is suggested as a criterion for Cited by: Genera are sometimes placed in a separate family, the Periplocaceae, here regarded as a subfamily, Periplocoideae. Genera belong to the Secamonoideae and the remaining genera to the Asclepiadoideae. Many Chinese taxa are known only from dried material, sometimes not well preserved, and it is likely that the study of living or spirit.

      The rediscovery of Brachystelma volubile (Apocynaceae – Asclepiadoideae) K. Rajakullayiswamy, S. Sandhyarani, S. Karuppusamy1 and T. Pullaiah* Department of Botany, Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapur – , Andhra Pradesh, India. 1Department of Botany, The Madura College, Madurai – , Tamil Nadu, India. A family with genera and species (Willis, Dict. Fl. Pl. Ferns, ) distributed mainly in the tropical and subtropical regions of the world; represented in Pakistan by 23 genera and 41 species. Opinion seems to be divided about segregating Periplocaceae from Asclepiadaceae.

      Indian Institute of Science houses a herbarium of a fairly large number of specimens of native and naturalized plants collected by many taxonomists and researchers from India and abroad. This herbarium is recognized internationally by the acronym ‘JCB’. The collection consists of more t specimens of vascular plants, and Lichens. Asclepiadaceae (Periplocaceae) Roots Half spoon of roots powder is taken every day for purification of blood and removes skin disease. It is also used by tribal people as immunomodulatory. 21 Thapa laha, Kheleelaii Ichnocarpus frutescens Apocynaceae Leaves, stems, roots, and flowers Flowers and leaves are used as antidiabetic.


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Asclepiadaceae & Periplocaceae of Bombay by H. Santapau Download PDF EPUB FB2

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quent workers on the flora of Bombay including Santapau and Irani, who have monographed the Asclepiadaceae and Periplocaceae of Bombay have included the plant in their works based solely on the above mentioned collections at Kew. According to D.

Field (Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew). form a pollinarium, pollinia 2 (Asclepiadoideae) or 4 (Secamonoi deae) per pollinarium. Ovaries 2, free, superior; ovules numero us. Styles connate; stigma head fleshy. Fruit of 1 or 2 follicles. Seeds numerous, strongly compressed, with a coma (a prominent ba sal tuft of silky hairs).

Chromosome number x File Size: 1MB. Periplocaceae stands apart from Asclepiadaceae by the possession of free stamens, a distinct type of pollen- carrier, free pollen or with loose pollen massulae.

Asclepiadaceae. taxonomy. A revision of Periploca (Periplocaceae)H.J.T. Venter, Department of Botany and Genetics, University of the Orange Free State, Bloemfontein, Republic of South Africa Department of Botany and Genetics, University of the Orange Bloemfontein Free State Republic of South Africa Revised nomenclature, a new key to the species, improved classification, diagnostic characteristics, geographic distribution and habitat of Periploca Cited by: 9.

Watson and M.J. Dallwitz. Asclepiadaceae ~ Apocynaceae p.p. (cf. Asclepiadoideae). Including Stapeliaceae Horan.; excluding Periplocaceae. Habit and leaf form. Herbs, or lianas, or shrubs, or trees (rarely); laticiferous. ‘Normal’ plants, or switch-plants, or plants of very peculiar vegetative form; sometimes (e.g., Stapelia) ‘cactoid’, with succulent, photosynthetic stems.

Asclepiadaceae ~ Apocynaceae Including Stapeliaceae Horan. Excluding Periplocaceae. Habit and leaf form. Herbs, or lianas, or shrubs, or trees (rarely); laticiferous. ‘Normal’ plants, or switch-plants, or plants of very peculiar vegetative form; somtimes ‘cactoid’; with leaves modified as ‘pitchers’ in Dischidia well developed, or much reduced.

Asclepiadoideae, the milkweed subfamily of the flowering-plant family Apocynaceae (order Gentianales), including more than genera and about 2, species of tropical herbs or shrubby climbers, rarely shrubs or trees. It was formerly treated as its own family (Asclepiadaceae).

However, molecular. ADVERTISEMENTS: Let us learn about Family – Asclepiadaceae. After reading this article you will learn about: 1. Explanation on Family – Asclepiadaceae 2. Economic Importance of Family – Asclepiadaceae.

Explanation on Family – Asclepiadaceae: According to Rendle there are about genera and over species in this family. Distribution: ADVERTISEMENTS: The members of this [ ].

Asclepiadaceae members. The Asclepiadaceae group opened on June the 13th, You can come here to talk about this succulent family or share.

Abstract. Woody climbers, vines, perennial herbs, trees or shrubs, more rarely annuals, sometimes with large water-storing tubers or a xylopod, sometimes succulent, with large grappling hooks and/or tendrils in several lianoid genera of Willughbeieae; latex in non-articulated laticifers present, most commonly white, but in some genera usually translucent and in others yellowish or reddish.

Pollen-carriers of 5 taxa of periplocaceae sensu stricto are described. These are ill organised in Cryptolepis and Cryptostegia and well organised in Decalepis and pollen tetrads are Cited by: 3.

“On the relationship of the Apocynaceae and periplocaceae”. Grana suppl. 2(): 3– Safwat, F. “The floral morphology of Secamone and the evolution of pollinating apparatus in Asclepiadaceae”.

Annals of Missouri Botanical Garden. 49(): Santapau, H. and Irani, N, A. “The Asclepiadaceae and Periplocaceae of Bombay”. : Sanjit Sinha, Amal Kumar Mondal. The family Asclepiada- ceae is cha racterized by bicarpellary, syncar - pus, superior ovary and fruit a pair of follicles1.

Santapau and Irani2on the basis of critical study further explained that the 3 pistil is bicarpellary, typically composed 3,4 of 2 free superior ovaries, 2 styles which. Figure 1.

a descriptive system for corona analysis on asclepiadaceae and periplocaceae Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content. Santapau H and Iram N A The Asclepiadaceae and Penplocaceae of Bombay, Bet Mem.

4 University of Bombay. Title: Pollen-carriers of periplocaceae and their systematic value Created Date: 6/19/ AM. Asclepiadaceae – Plant Classification Group – Famine Foods - Plants that are not normally considered as crops are consumed in times of famine - Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.

BOOK PUBLISHED. DAS DAS, SUJIT KUMAR and N. SINGH Calcutta. (Contributed family- Asclepiadaceae, Periplocaceae, Convolvulaceae, and Lamiaceae). BOOKS UNDER PUBLICATION. Flora of India. Vol. IX (Contributed family-Rhizophoraceae)-submitted to BSI, Kolkata.

Flora of India. Vol. Updated and Maintained by Botanical Survey of India. A descriptive system for corona analysis inAsclepiadaceae andPeriplocaceae Article (PDF Available) in Plant Systematics and Evolution (3) January with Reads.

THE FLORAL ANATOMY OF SOME ASCLEPIADACEAE BY V. RAO AND ARATI GKNGULI (Ramnarain Ruia College, Bombay) Received December 23; (Communicated by Prof.

Naraya~a Rao, ) INTRODUCTION THE Asclepiadaceae is. Asclepiadaceae, in Engler and Prantl’s Die Naturlichen Pflanzenfgunilien 4(2): Leipzig.

Sharma, G.K. and Dunn, D.B. (). Effect of environment on the cuticular features in kalanchoi Fedschenkoi.The Asclepiadaceae and Periplocaceae of Bombay The standard author abbreviation Santapau is used to indicate this person as the author when citing a botanical name.

[19]Born: 5 DecemberLa Galera, Tarragona, Spain.Elizabeth Relief Department of Agriculture, Botanical Research Institute, Private Bag X, Pretoria, Republic of South Africa A new species of Raphionacme (Periplocaceae) from the Orange Free StateElizabeth Retief, H.J.T.

Venter, * Botanical Research Institute, Rretoria and Department of Botany, University of the Orange Free State, Bloemfontein Botanical Research Institute, Rretoria and Cited by: 1.