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Ternstroemiaceae

National Institutes of Health

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Review
2018
Review
2018
As a part of an ongoing review for the genus Ternstroemia in the Guayana Shield, in northern South America, T. tepuiensis J.R… 
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2014
2014
Apterosperma oblata is a vulnerable species endemic to south China with highly narrow distribution. We have developed 12… 
2012
2012
Background and aimsAluminum (Al) accumulator plants are occasionally found in certain genera or families of woody plant species… 
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2012
2012
A bioclimatic modeling of the tree Ternstroemia lineata DC. (Ternstroemiaceae) was undertaken. The genus itself is considered as… 
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2008
2008
Euryodendron excelsum is a critically endangered Ternstroemiaceae species endemic to southern China, with only 14 individuals… 
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2008
2008
Summary Schima wallichii Choisy (Ternstroemiaceae) is a well known plant of Sikkim Himalayan region. The bark of this plant is… 
2007
2007
Eurya is the largest genus in the Ternstroemiaceae. The 13 Eurya species in Taiwan constitute an important element in various… 
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2006
2006
BITTRICH, V. & WEITZMAN, A.L. 2002. Theaceae. In M.G.L. Wanderley, G.J. Shepherd, A.M. Giulietti, T.S.A. Melhem, V. Bittrich & C… 
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2004
2004
The Ternstroemiaceae is a family of vascular plants with many taxonomic problems, basically in the delimitation of some of its… 
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2003
2003
Eurya septata (Ternstroemiaceae) is described as a new species endemic to Taiwan. It is most similar to E.chinensis, a species… 
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