Ulmaceae

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Ulmaceae
Ulmus laciniata in Morton Arboretum acc. 180-84-1
Taxinomia
Regnum: Plantae
Divisio: Magnoliophyta
Classis: Magnoliopsida
Ordo: Rosales
Familia: Ulmaceae
Mirb.
Genera

Ampelocera Klotzsch
Chaetacme Planch.
Hemiptelea Planch.
Holoptelea Planch.
Phyllostylon Benth.
Planera J.F.Gmel.
Trema Lour.
Ulmus L.
Zelkova Spach

Ulmaceae sunt familia plantarum florentium quae ulmos, zelkovas, et alias plantas comprehendit.[1] Membra familiae late distribuuntur per septentrionalem zonam temperatam, et sparsam alibi habent distributionem praeter Australasiam.[2][3]

Familia olim Celtes comprehendit, sed investigatio ab Angiosperm Phylogeny Group facta monstrat hoc genus in cognata Cannabaceae familia recte poni. Circumscriptio in taxobox data est circumscriptio a P. Stevens in situ Missouri Botanical Garden Angiosperm Phylogeny suasa, et data habet ex indice familiarum generumque plantarum vascularium a Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew facto.[3] Aliae classificationes genus Ampeloceram quoque comprehendunt.[4]

Descriptio[recensere | fontem recensere]

Familia est copia arborum fruticumque sempervirentium vel deciduorum substantiá mucosá in foliorum corticisque textili praeditorum.

Folia usitate sunt alterna in caulibus. Laminae foliorum sunt simplices, marginibus integribus vel varie dentatis, et saepe basem asymmetricam habent. Flores sunt parvi, vel bisexuales vel unisexuales.[5] Fructus est samara indehiscens, nux, vel drupa.

Usus[recensere | fontem recensere]

Genus Ulmus materiam magni momenti praebet, plerumque pro supellice, et Ulmus rubra est planta medicinalis, pro demulcenti corticis interioris proprietate nota. Planera aquatica etiam est species quae materiam praebet. Planera, Ulmus, et Zelkova ut arbores ornamentales ponuntur.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Denk, T; GW Grimm (February 2005). "Phylogeny and biogeography of Zelkova (Ulmaceae sensu stricto) as inferred from leaf morphology, ITS sequence data and the fossil record". Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society (Linnean Society of London) 147 (2): 129–157 
  2. Watson, L.; Dallwitz, M. J. (1992 onwards). "The Families of Flowering Plants: Ulmaceae Mirb." 
  3. 3.0 3.1 Stevens, P (2001 onwards). "Angiosperm Phylogeny Website". Missouri Botanical Garden 
  4. Uedal, Kunihiko; K Kosuge and H Tobe (June 1997). "A molecular phylogeny of celtidaceae and ulmaceae (Urticales) based onrbcL Nucleotide sequences". Journal of Plant Research (Springer Japan) 110 (2): 171–178 
  5. Sytsma, KJ; J Morawetz, C Pires, M Nepokroeff, E Conti, M Zjhra, JC Hall, and MW Chase (2002). "Urticalean rosids: Circumscription, rosid ancestry, and phylogenetics based on RBCL, TRNL-F, and NDHF sequences". American Journal of Botany (Botanical Society of America) 89 (9): 1531–1546 


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