Definition of Bombacaceae. Meaning of Bombacaceae. Synonyms of Bombacaceae

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Definition of Bombacaceae

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- Bombacaceae were long recognised as a family of flowering plants or Angio****e. The family name was based on the type genus Bombax. As is true for many...
- that molecular techniques have shown the commonly recognised families Bombacaceae, Tiliaceae, and Sterculiaceae, which have always been considered closely...
- Sterculioideae. As traditionally cir****scribed the Sterculiaceae, Malvaceae, Bombacaceae, and Tiliaceae comprise the "core Malvales" of the Cronquist system and...
- by some taxonomists in the family Bombacaceae, or by others in a broadly defined Malvaceae that includes Bombacaceae, and by others in a smaller family...
- known as baobabs (/ˈbeɪoʊˌbæb/). Previously cl****ified within the family Bombacaceae, they are now placed in the Malvaceae. They are native to Madagascar...
- This is a list of plants found in the wild in Caatinga vegetation of Brazil. Additions are currently being made to this list. See also: List of plants...
- Prior to European settlement, the Caribbean was dominated by forested ecosystems. The insular Caribbean has been considered a biodiversity hotspot. Although...
- Malvales and the family Malvaceae (previously separated in the family Bombacaceae), native to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, northern South...
- boundaries and cir****scriptions of the "core" Malvales families, Malvaceae, Bombacaceae, Tiliaceae, and Sterculiaceae, have long been problematic. A close relationship...
- genus Adansonia of the family Malvaceae (previously included in the Bombacaceae). It was originally named in French as anadzahé. Common names in Malagasy...
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