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Sapotaceae sp. Munzinger 1717

Known as: Sapotaceae sp. Munzinger1717 
National Institutes of Health

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2019
2019
EnglerophytumandSynsepalumare two closely related genera of trees and shrubs from the African tropics. Previous molecular studies… 
2012
2012
Acalypha machiensis, 365; neeana, 363 Acanthaceae, 305 Acinodendron wrightii, 201 Adenoa, 208–225, 223 Agavaceae, 330 Agave… 
2011
2011
This paper provides descriptions and illustrations of two new species of Sapotaceae (Pradosia longipedicellata and Chromolucuma… 
1982
1982
Abstract : The genus Pseudocladia was described by Pierre in 1918 and was based on Lucuma lateriflora Benth. From the Santarem… 
1982
1982
Abstract : This anatomical group or genus is represented by a number of specimens from Brazil bearing the names Syzygiopsis… 
1981
1981
Abstract : Consisting of about 32 neotropical species, the genus Manilkara has a widespread distribution in the Americas ranging… 
1979
1979
Abstract : Prieurella currently consists of seven South American species. The best known, and most abundantly collected species… 
1978
1978
Abstract : In the neotropics, the genus Chrysophyllum consists of C. cainito and a number of species which have recently been… 
1978
1978
Abstract : Two anatomical groups are recognized in Bumelia; Bumelia A is characterized by small, angular pores and tracheids…