Solanaceae

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Solanacea Brugmansia x insignis florens

Eudicotyledones 
Asteridae 
Ordo : Solanales 
Familia : Solanaceae 
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Solanaceae sunt familia plantarum, herbas varias comprehendens, e quibus plures sunt venenosae, multae autem hominibus utiles. Fossile antiquissimum huius familiae usque adhuc repertum, speciei Physalidi infinemundi attributum, abhinc annorum 52 milies milium in Patagonia depositum est.[1] Maxima pars fossilium usque adhuc relatorum in Europa reperta sunt, excepto fossili ligneo Solanumxylo paranensi aevi Miocaeni.[2][3]

Subdivisiones et genera[recensere | fontem recensere]

Subdivisiones post Ricardum Olmstead, Alexandram Knapp, Christinam Särkinen et collegas constituuntur.[4] Subter enumeratio generum datur sub cladis superioribus digestorum:

Schizanthus
Goetzea, Espadaea, Henoonia, Coeloneurum, Tsoala, Metternichia
Protoschwenckia
Salpiglossis
Browallia, Streptosolen
Cestrum, Sessea, Vestia
Benthamiella, Combera, Pantacantha
Petunia, Plowmania, Hunzikeria, Bouchetia, Nierembergia, Leptoglossis, Brunfelsia, Calibrachoa, Fabiana
Schwenckia, Melananthus
Nicotiana
Cyphanthera, Duboisia, Crenidium, Anthotroche, Grammosolen, Anthocercis, Symonanthus
Exodeconus
Latua, Sclerophylax
Grabowskia, Lycium, Phrodus
Atropa, Anisodus, Atropanthe, Physochlaina, Scopolia, Przewalskia, Hyoscyamus
Jaborosa
Nolana
Nicandra
Datura, Brugmansia
Solanum (vide et Solanum subg. Leptostemonum), Jaltomata[5]
Capsicum, Lycianthes
Larnax, Cuatresia
Salpichroa, Nectouxia
Acnistus, Iochroma, Eriolarynx, Vassobia, Saracha, Dunalia
Physalis, Margaranthus, Chamaesaracha, Quincula, Oryctes, Leucophysalis, Witheringia, Brachistus
Withania, Mellissia, Aureliana, Athenaea, Tubocapsicum, Nothocestrum, Discopodium,
Solandra, Schultesianthus
Markea, Merinthopodium, Juanulloa, Dyssochroma
Mandragora

Exstant et genera aenigmatica, aegre tali arbore interposita: Atrichodendron, Lithophytum, Parabouchetia, Pauia.

Inter Solanacearum genera, iam supra enumerata, hae propter celebritatem utilitatemque distinguere oportet:

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. #Wilf et al. (2017). De prioritate cf. Tiina Särkinen et al, "A new commelinid monocot seed fossil from the early Eocene previously identified as Solanaceae" in American Journal of Botany vol. 105 no. 1 (2018)
  2. María Jimena Franco, Mariana Brea, "Leños fósiles de la Formación Paraná (Mioceno Medio), Toma Vieja, Paraná, Entre Ríos, Argentina: registro de bosques estacionales mixtos" in Ameghiniana vol. 45 (2008) pp. 699-717
  3. Adde fossilia pollenium: R. L. Hay, Geology of the Olduvai Gorge (Berkeleiae, 1976); E. B. Leopold, S. T. Clay-Poole, "Florissant leaf and pollen floras of Colorado compared: Climatic implications" in Proceedings of the Denver Museum of Natural History vol. 4 (2001) pp. 17–69 (citationes fide #Deanna et al. (2020))
  4. #Olmstead et al. (1999), #Knapp (2002), #Olmstead et al. (2008), #Särkinen et al. (2013)
  5. 5.0 5.1 Ryan J. Miller, Thomas Mione, Hanh-La Phan, Richard G. Olmstead, "Color by Numbers: Nuclear Gene Phylogeny of Jaltomata (Solanaceae), Sister Genus to Solanum, Supports Three Clades Differing in Fruit Color" in Systematic Botany vol. 36 (2011) pp. 153-162 JSTOR; Sandra Knapp, Thomas Mione, Abundio Sagástegui A., "A New Species of Jaltomata (Solanaceae) from Northwestern Peru" in Brittonia vol. 43 (1991) pp. 181-184 JSTOR
  6. 6.0 6.1 Vox antiqua "halicacabum" sive "alicacabus" fortasse designat Physalis alkekengi, fortasse Withania somnifera

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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