Synonyms for tarenna or Related words with tarenna
Examples of "tarenna"
luhomeroensis is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Tanzania.
nilagirica is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to India.
Larvae have been recorded on "Erythrina", "Pterocarpus", "Senna", "Pterocarpus", "Randia", "Psychotria", "
" and "Phyllanthus".
agumbensis is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to India.
monosperma is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to India.
The larvae feed on "Tricalysia" and "Pavetta" species and possibly "
quadrangularis is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to Tanzania.
drummondii is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is found mainly in Kenya and Tanzania in East Africa.
is a genus of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae. There are about 370 species distributed across the tropical world, from Africa to Asia and the Pacific Islands.
Some of the endangered species of flora include evergreen trees like "Cynometra bourdillonii", "Cynometra travancorica", "Hopea glabra", "Hopea parviflora", "Hopea ponga", "Hopea racophloea", "Hopea wightiana", "Shorea roxburghii" and "
agumbensis" and flowering plants like "Glochidion pauciflorum", "Glochidion tomentosum", "Ixora lawsoni" and "Syzygium stocksii". Other endangered trees found in Karnataka include "Isonandra stocksii", "Kingiodendron pinnatum", "Maesa velutina", "Myristica magnifica", "Rapanea striata" and
The classical classification system of Rubiaceae distinguished only two subfamilies: Cinchonoideae, characterized by more than one ovule in each locule, and Coffeoideae, having one ovule in each locule. This distinction, however, was criticized because of the distant position of two obviously related tribes, viz. Gardenieae with many ovules in Cinchonoideae and Ixoreae with one ovule in Coffeoideae, and because in species of "
" the number of ovules varies from one to several in each locule. During the twentieth century other characters were used to delineate subfamilies, e.g. stylar pollen presentation, raphides, endosperm, heterostyly, etc. On this basis, three or eight subfamilies were recognised. The last subfamilial classification solely based on morphological characters divided Rubiaceae into four subfamilies: Cinchonoideae, Ixoroideae, Antirheoideae, and Rubioideae. In general, problems of subfamilies delimitation in Rubiaceae based on morphological characters are linked with the extreme naturalness of the family, hence a relatively low divergence of its members.
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