A Synopsis of Flacourtiaceae

@article{Lemke1988ASO,
  title={A Synopsis of Flacourtiaceae},
  author={D. Lemke},
  journal={Aliso},
  year={1988},
  volume={12},
  pages={29-43}
}
  • D. Lemke
  • Published 1988
  • Biology
  • Aliso
  • Flacourtiaceae are a large, mostly tropical, family containing more than 800 species. As circumscribed by Warburg and Gilg the family is rather heterogeneous and indeterminate. The most recent generic treatment , that of Hutchinson, represents a considerable improvement in our understanding of the family, yet Hutchinson's Flacourtiaceae still contain a number of disparate elements. This preliminary generic treatment, based upon studies of gross morphology, wood anatomy, palynology, and… CONTINUE READING
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