revision of the family Fouquieriaceae

by George Valentine Nash in New York

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Statementby George V. Nash.
SeriesContributions from the New York Botanical Garden., no. 42, Contributions from the New York Botanical Garden., v. 42.
LC ClassificationsQK1 .N515 no. 42
The Physical Object
Pagination449-459 p.
Number of Pages459
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Open LibraryOL240263M
LC Control Numberca 09000462

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Fouquieriaceae (ocotillo family) Mark A. Dimmitt. The ocotillo family is a small one of only 11 species restricted to the warm-arid section of North America.

Members of this family are odd-looking plants, some even bizarre. They are characterized by spiny stems with bundles of seasonal leaves at each spine. Fouquieriaceae, the ocotillo family of the order Ericales, composed of 11 species in the genus to the deserts of western North America, Fouquieria species are often small-branched shrubs or trees with spirally arranged leaves that are drought deciduous (i.e., the leaves are dropped during the dry season).

Leaves on some plants are borne close together, while those on others. Fouquieria is a genus of 11 species of desert plants, the sole genus in the family genus includes the ocotillo (F.

splendens) and the boojum tree or cirio (F. columnaris).They have semisucculent stems with thinner spikes projecting from them, with leaves on the bases spikes.

They are unrelated to cacti and do not look much like them; their stems are proportionately thinner Family: Fouquieriaceae, DC. The family Fouquieriaceae is in the major group Angiosperms (Flowering plants).

Statistics are at the bottom of the page. Genera in Fouquieriaceae. Fouquieria; A list of all accepted names in Fouquieriaceae is available in CSV format. Statistics. Species of Fouquieriaceae contained within The Plant List belong to.

Define family Fouquieriaceae. family Fouquieriaceae synonyms, family Fouquieriaceae pronunciation, family Fouquieriaceae translation, English dictionary definition of family Fouquieriaceae.

Noun 1. family Fouquieriaceae - small family of spiny shrubs or trees of southwestern United States Fouquieriaceae dilleniid dicot family - family of more. In our fieldwork throughout Mexico, we've come across all of the species of the family Fouquieriaceae.

The only genus in the family, Fouquieria, has some 11 species, and we offer photographs of them here. Fouquieria is an interesting genus because not only are most of the species found in Mexico, and most are endemic to Mexico.

Just one, F. splendens, reaches the US, and another, F. formosa. Fouquieriaceae definition is - a small family of spiny shrubs of trees (order Parietales) of southwestern North America. One of the modern systems of plant taxonomy, the Dahlgren system was published by monocot specialist Rolf Dahlgren in and revised inand However, he is best known for his two treatises on monocotyledons in and revised in His wife Gertrud Dahlgren continued the work after his death.

Dahlgren ranked revision of the family Fouquieriaceae book dicotyledons and monocotyledons as subclasses of the class of. Fouquieriaceae. Fouquieria; Fouquieria. The genus Fouquieria is in the family Fouquieriaceae in the major group Angiosperms (Flowering plants). Statistics are at the end of the page.

Species in Fouquieria. See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions. Abstract. Shrubs to small trees with woody or succulent trunks, bearing simple to branched, outwardly arched to horizontal, spinose, heteroblastic branches; periderm translucent, often exfoliating and associated with the persistent epidermis; stem cortex with peripheral groups of sclereids and assimilatory tissue and inner starch- and anastomosingly arranged water-storage tissue; nodal spines.

Family: FOUQUIERIACEAE. Species and varieties: There are currently 1 Fouquieria with photos available, of which 1 accepted Fouquieria and 0 synonyms of plants now referring to other genera. Accepted Fouquieria (1 plant with photo available) Petopentia natalensis (Schltr.).

U.S. National Plant Germplasm System COVID Update, Ma Shipments may be delayed requesting germplasm, scientists should consider their capacity to receive it. Fouquieria columnaris Kellogg. Common Name: Boojum Tree Family: Fouquieriaceae DC.

Country of Origin: Baja California Habitat: spiny caudiciform to 15m Description: The Boojum Tree is named after a "mythical thing called a boojum found in desolate far-off regions", coined in the book The Hunting of the Snark by Lewis Carrol.

It is nearly endemic to the Baja California Peninsula with only a. Description: Fouquieria columnaris, much better known under its old name Idria columnaris, is a tall pachycaul tree looking like a great upturned carrot with scraggly little secondary branches heightening the illusion with their resemblance to rootlets, and is one of the most unusual plants in the tree grows up to 20 m tall.

The tallest known plant was estimated to be m. Fouquieria diguetii (Tiegh.) Common Name: Adam's Tree Family: Fouquieriaceae DC. Country of Origin: Mexico, sw California Description: resembling Ocotillo, but branching from a short trunk above ground.

Accession Data: Accession # Source: Motreal Accession Date: Bench: - XER:Sonoran-Baja Deserts Currently: active - healthy. The Fouquieriaceae of North America is an autochthonous endemic family of desert and dry-tropic adapted plants. Until recently phyletic relationships among species of Fouquieriaceae, and between Fouquieriaceae and other plant families have been poorly resolved.

This book, co-authored by nine experts, provides an illustrated overview of genera of the family Aizoaceae, popularly known as mesembs. The authors break the family into fourteen categories based on growth pattern (i.e. flowering stones, tufted mesembs, mat-forming mesembs, and so on). The sister family Fouquieriaceae is characterized by dorsifixed anthers (Schönenberger ).

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