familia piperaceae

Biopesticidas Obtenidos de Plantas para el Control de ...

También la familia Piperaceae se distingue por la producción de sinergizantes, es decir, al combinarse con un producto de acción pesticida es capaz de producir un efecto superior al esperado. Familias Liliaceae (Allium) y Brassicaceae (Crucíferas).

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Laboratorio de Sistemática de Plantas Vasculares | Curso ...

La familia hermana de Piperaceae es Saururaceae, con la cual comparte las siguientes sinapomorfías: estomas tetracíticos, base de la hoja amplia, más o menos envainadora, inflorescencia espigada, terminal, flores pequeñas, filamentos delgados, granos de polen mayores a 20 micras, estigmas secos, óvulos ortótropos.

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Piperaceae - Wikispecies

Familia: Piperaceae Subfamilia: Piperoideae – Verhuellioideae – Zippelioideae Genera: Manekia – Peperomia – Piper – Verhuellia – Zippelia. ... Verhuellia is a segregate lineage in Piperaceae: More evidence from flower, fruit and pollen morphology, anatomy, and development.

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Piperaceae - Wikipedia

The Piperaceae, also known as the pepper family, are a large family of flowering plants. The group contains roughly 3,600 currently accepted species in 13 genera. The group contains roughly 3,600 currently accepted species in 13 genera.

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Extractos vegetales utilizados como biocontroladores con ...

The present work is a compilation of verified cases of biological activity of extracts and substances of vegetal origin used to control weeds, plagues, and diseases in agricultural sector.

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Piperaceae - University of Hawaii

Piperaceae. The Piperaceae are fleshy herbs, soft shrubs, and infrequently small trees comprising 10 genera and 1,400 to 2,000 species. The nodes are commonly swollen or jointed. The leaves are alternate or rarely opposite or whorled, stipules are adnate to petiole or absent.

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FAMILIA PIPERACEAE by Carla Del Pozo on Prezi

Blog. 18 December 2018. Prezi Awards 2018: The best presentations have arrived; 5 December 2018. Do this, not that: Keynote speech; 28 November 2018. Enhance your Prezi presentations with 500,000+ new images and icons

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Piperaceae | Request PDF

Trough continuous studies developed on Piperaceae of Brazil, a new species of Piper section Ottonia was found in the Rio Doce State Park. Piper rio-docense is an endemic species to the State of ...

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Piperaceae - EcuRed

Piperaceae. La familia Piperaceae incluye de 10 a 12 géneros, dentro de ellas cerca de 700 especies pertenecen al género Piper; de algunas de ellas se obtiene la conocida pimienta negra y blanca. Sus especies se caracterizan por ser arbustos y herbáceas.

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Piperaceae - dipbot.unict.it

Piperaceae. La familia de las Piperaceae comprende especies leñosas y herbáceas de las regiones tropicales, con hojas alternas, raramente verticiladas, con o sin estípulas. Las flores son hermafroditas y lampiñas, se sitúan en las axilas de las brácteas y se reúnen en inflorescencias en espiga dispuestas en el ápice de las ramas.

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FAMILIA PIPERACEAE | Plantas de Pulan

FAMILIA PIPERACEAE Giseke Hierbas a menudo suculentas o arbustos ramificados, perennes, terrestres o epífitos, aromáticos, glabros o pubescentes, …

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Piperaceae - definition of Piperaceae by The Free Dictionary

Piperaceae - tropical woody vines and herbaceous plants having aromatic herbage and minute flowers in spikelets family Piperaceae, pepper family dicot family, magnoliopsid family - family of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination

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Pimientas (Family Piperaceae) · NaturaLista

Las piperáceas (Piperaceae) son una familia de Angiospermas del Orden Piperales. Consta de 13 géneros y unas 1919 especies, que se distribuyen por las …

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Piperaceae - Wikipedia, a enciclopedia libre

Piperaceae, as piperáceas [1] son unha familia de anxiospermas na orde Piperales.Consta de 13 xéneros e unhas 1919 especies, que se distribúen polas rexións tropicais do planeta.

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Piperaceae | Article about Piperaceae by The Free Dictionary

Las especies de la familia Piperaceae que aparecen en la tabla 1 fueron identificadas con la ayuda del profesor de la Universidad de Antioquia, Ricardo Callejas y el genero de la familia Rubiaceae, por el curador del Herbario Medel Jorge Perez.

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7. Piperaceae - scribd.com

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Piperaceae - Rainforest Plants

Piperaceae have a strong and characteristic odor, somewhere between pepper and wintergreen. The plants have sympodial growth (the main lateral meristem terminates at a node and is replaced by another meristem, often giving the twig a zigzag appearance).

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Piperaceae – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Piperaceae é uma das 3 famílias botânicas pertencentes à ordem Piperales [1]. São predominantemente encontradas em regiões tropicais e subtropicais. O grupo apresenta 5 gêneros, contendo ao todo cerca de 3600 espécies (a maioria pertencente aos gêneros Piper e Peperomia).

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Piperaceae | plant family | Britannica.com

Piperaceae: Piperaceae, the pepper family in the order Piperales, commercially important because of Piper nigrum, the source of black and white pepper. The family comprises about 5 genera, of which 2—Piper (about 2,000 species) and Peperomia (about 1,600 …

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Familia: Piperaceae 1. Características

MAGNOLIIDAE-Piperaceae Familia: Piperaceae 1. Características Porte: arbustos, subarbustos o plantas herbáceas, erguidas o trepadoras anuales o perennes. Hojas: simples, alternas u opuestas, pecioladas, penninervadas o con nervaduras longitudinales, enteras, elípticas o cordiformes, a vces peltadas, glabras o pubescentes.

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Apresentação de 6 espécies de plantas suculentas da ...

Sep 25, 2018· 1- nome cientifico : Peperomia ferreyrae familia : Piperaceae origem : Nativo para o Peru 2- nome cientifico : Peperomia prostrata familia : Piperaceae origem : Nativa da floresta tropical do ...

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Piperaceae - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Piperaceae, also known as the pepper family, is a large family of flowering plants that may be small trees, shrubs, or herbs. The most well-known species is Piper nigrum, which yields most peppercorns that are used as spices, including black pepper, although its …

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Category:Piperaceae - Wikimedia Commons

Media in category "Piperaceae" The following 16 files are in this category, out of 16 total.

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Piperaceae | Definition of Piperaceae by Merriam-Webster

Piperaceae definition is - a family of tropical plants (order Piperales) having aromatic herbage, minute naked spicate flowers, and one-celled ovary. a family of tropical plants (order Piperales) having aromatic herbage, minute naked spicate flowers, and one-celled ovary… See the full definition.

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Piperaceae - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Piperaceae, also known as the pepper family, is a large family of flowering plants. The group contains roughly 3,610 currently accepted species in five genera. The group contains roughly 3,610 currently accepted species in five genera.

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Piperaceae is a leading Online Store for pepper. We provide an unparalleled selection of the very best quality of pepper family, an easy and comfortable shopping experience for pepper, expedited shipping offers, and exceptional customer service.

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Piperaceae - Pepper Family - The Wild Classroom

Piperaceae: This family contains some of the most important spice plants in the world. Of the 1,400 to 2,000 species in ten genera, the most recognizable species is the plant we get pepper from (Piper nigrum).Another well known species, particularly in the pacific is the Kava plant (Piper mythisticum).Kava plants do not produce fertile seeds, however, and are only spread by stem cuttings.

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Piperaceae - enacademic.com

taxobox name = Piperaceae image caption = Piper nigrum, from Koehler (1887) regnum = Plantae unranked divisio = Angiosperms unranked classis = Magnoliids ordo ...

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