Capparaceae
Kaperngewächse (Capparaceae) sind eine Pflanzenfamilie in der Ordnung der Kreuzblütlerartigen (Brassicales).

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Capparaceae - Wikipedia, the free…
Capparaceae (or Capparidaceae), commonly known as the caper family, is a family of plants in order Brassicales. As currently circumscribed, the family contains 33 ...
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Brassicales
LIGNOPHYTA. Plant a shrub or tree; true roots +, origin endogeneous, root cap +, apex multicellular; endodermis +; shoot apical meristem multicellular; lateral ...
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Kaperngewächse – Wikipedia
Kaperngewächse (Capparaceae) sind eine Pflanzenfamilie in der Ordnung der Kreuzblütlerartigen (Brassicales). Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Nutzung; 2 Beschreibung  ...
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Capparaceae in Flora of China @ efloras.org
Capparaceae. 山柑科 shan gan ke. Authors: Mingli Zhang & Gordon C. Tucker. Shrubs, trees, or woody vines, evergreen (deciduous in some Crateva), with ...
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Capparaceae — The Plant List
Capparaceae. The family Capparaceae is in the major group Angiosperms ( Flowering plants). Statistics are at the bottom of the page.
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Neotropical Capparaceae - Neotropikey from Kew
Capparaceae has been included in Brassicaceae s.l. (APG, 1998). Subsequent molecular studies (Hall et al., 2002, 2008) strongly support that Capparaceae ...
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Phylogeny of Capparaceae and Brassicaceae based on chloroplast ...
Capparaceae are a medium-sized family of approximately 40–45 genera and 700–900 species, whose members present considerable diversity in habit, fruit, ...
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Capparaceae (plant family) -- Encyclopedia Britannica
Members of Capparaceae, the caper family, are trees, shrubs, or lianas, sometimes herbs, that are usually found in the tropics. The family may contain up to 16 ...
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dict.cc Wörterbuch :: [Capparaceae] :: Deutsch-Englisch-Übersetzung
Englisch-Deutsch-Übersetzung für [Capparaceae] im Online-Wörterbuch dict.cc ( Deutschwörterbuch).
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Phylogeny of Capparaceae and Brassicaceae based on chloroplast ...
Capparaceae and Brassicaceae have long been known to be closely related families, with the monophyly of Capparaceae more recently questioned.
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Capparaceae in der Wissenschaft
Capparidoxylon holleisii nov. spec., a silicifi ed Capparis ...
13. Dez. 2010... holleisii nov. spec., a silicifi ed Capparis (Capparaceae) wood with ... and Computer Science der Universität Southampton entwickelt wurde.
Capparaceae (Capparidaceae; Kaperngewächse)
Capparaceae (Capparidaceae; Kaperngewächse). 26 Gattungen mit 650 Arten; Bäume, Sträucher, Lianen, wenige Kräuter mit wechselständigen Blättern, ...
Digital specimen images at the Herbarium Berolinense
Preferred name: Capparis indica (L.) Druce (Capparaceae) ... orange; Herkunft: Botanischer Garten der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena (Kuba- Sammlun ...
Digital specimen images at the Herbarium Berolinense
Freie Universität Berlin Freie Universität Berlin. Botanischer ... Family: Capparaceae. Storage ... Determination: Capparis scabrida Kunth (Capparaceae).
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L. Martins 2008. Type status: type. is lectotype of Capparis gaudichaudiana Eichl. (Capparaceae). Determination: Capparis scabrida Kunth (Capparaceae)
Schlagwort „Capparaceae“
Über das Schlagwort „Capparaceae“ sind Keine Sammlungsobjekte verknüpft. ... Wissenschaftliche Sammlungen an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
SysTax - Detailinformationen Capparaceae Juss. - Universität Ulm
Herbarium Universität Ulm, [Adresse]. ULM, [Detailansicht]. Bestimmung: Capparaceae Juss. Sammler: Gottsberger, G. & Döring, J.; 13-11186; 11.01.1986 .
Studies on the early floral development inCleomoideae ... - Springer
Studies on the early floral development inCleomoideae (Capparaceae) with emphasis .... Institut für Systematische Botanik und Pflanzengeographie, Universität ...
[PDF]Phylogeny of Capparaceae and Brassicaceae Based on ... - Jstor
Department of Botany, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706 USA. Capparaceae ... of Capparaceae are ecologically versatile and aesthetically ex-.
Bücher zum Begriff Capparaceae
Flowering Plants. Dicotyledons: Capparales, Malvales and ...
Flowering Plants. Dicotyledons: Capparales, Malvales and ...
Klaus Kubitzki, Clemens Bayer, 2003
Among the glucosinolates, glucocapparin (methylglucosinolate) stands out as the characteristic and predominating glucosinolate in Capparaceae. It has never been found in other families and has been used as a taxonomic marker in taxa of  ...
Medicinal Plants of Asia and the Pacific
Medicinal Plants of Asia and the Pacific
Christophe Wiart, 2006
14.1 GENERAL CONCEPT The family Capparaceae (A. L. de Jussieu, l 789 nom. Conserve, the Caper Family or Cap- paridaceae) family consists of approximately 45 genera and about 800 species of pungent treelets, shrubs, or herbs, which ...
Plant Systematics
Plant Systematics
Michael G. Simpson, 2011
Some well-known families of the order not described here include the Capparaceae (including capers, Capparis spinosa), Caricaceae (including the fruit tree Carica papaya, papaya) and Tropaeolaceae (including Tropaeolum majus, the ...
Flora ibérica: Plumbaginaceae (partim)-Capparaceae: Vol. III
Flora ibérica: Plumbaginaceae (partim)-Capparaceae: Vol. III
Santiago Castroviejo von Consejo Superior De Investigaciones Científicas, 2005
Esta obra se ordena esencialmente a facilitar la identificación de las plantas vasculares autóctonas o naturalizadas en la Península Ibérica e Islas Baleares. La terminología descriptiva se ajusta a la de Fon Quer, Diccionario de Botánica (1953). Donde se ofrece para cada una de ellas: el nombre científico considerado correcto y sus sinónimos, una ...
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Capparaceae
Capparaceae, Capparis spinosa (?), Caper – Greece | anthropogen
I believe this is Capparis spinosa, which I photographed growing out of a rock wall in Greece, however it could be C. orientalis. Other close relatives include C. aegyptia and C. sicula, all of which grow in similar environs and often near one another. The caper bush is present in almost all Mediterranean countries. Here's…
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Cleome viscosa Capparaceae: Yellow cleome, ผักเสี้ยนผี | Flickr - Fotosharing!
Chonburi, Thailand อำเภอเมืองชลบุรี จังหวัดชลบุรี
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"Alcaparra de Jamaica" / Jamaica cappertree | Flickr - Fotosharing!
Capparis cynophallophora L. Familia / Family: Capparaceae / Brassicaceae Nombre local / Local name: Olivo, Olivo frijol Nativa de La Hispaniola; El Caribe, Florida, Centroamérica, Brasil y Argentina. (GRIN) Arbusto o árbol de hasta 15 m, hojas elípticas u oblongas, coriáceas, de 4-12 cm, obtusas y/o emarginadas, con escamitas en el envés; corimbos de pocas flores, blancas, olorosas, sépalos de 8-12 mm, reflejos, pétalos de 10-13 mm; fruto linear, toruloso, de 8-35 cm. La madera de corazón duro es de color amarillo-rojizo, dura y pesada. | Liogier, A. H. 2000. Diccionario Botánico de Nombres Vulgares de La Española. Jardín Botánico Nacional Rafael María Moscoso. Santo Domingo, República Dominicana. UNA HISTORIA DESCRIPTIVA REALMENTE INTERESANTE: "La época de floración es generalmente de abril a julio, pero una o dos flores errantes pueden aparecer en cualquier momento durante el año. La Alcaparra de Jamaica tiene flores perfectas, lo que significa que tienen los órgantos tanto femeninos como masculinos. Cada flor tiene varias anteras en los delgados estambres. Estos representan el equipo "masculino". Las anteras contienen los granos de polen, que son realmente gametos haploides. En el centro de la flor está la sección femenina, el pistilo, que consta de un solo estigma naranja, sobre un estilo blanco. En la parte inferior del pistilo espera un saco embrionario haploide. A fin de que las flores se fertilicen y fructifiquen, los granos de polen tienen que llegar a la parte inferior del pistilo. El pistilo es más largo que los estambres que le rodean. ¿Cómo diablos logran los granos de polen, colgando en sacos en forma de cabezas de flamencos, saltar la distancia hasta el pistilo? ¡Bien podría estar en la luna! Este tipo de configuración invita a la participación de polinizadores (que puede incluir todo, desde el viento a insectos como las abejas y las mariposas, a los vertebrados como aves, lagartos y los seres humanos, incluso, que son un polinizador potencial). Tenemos la teoría de que, en su mayor parte, los polinizadores son participantes involuntarios, pero quién sabe a ciencia cierta, tal vez algunos de ellos piensan en él como un deporte, o simplemente andan de paseo por el barrio. Poner los pequeños granos de polen en tantos tubos como sea posible ¡puede ser una diversión! Los "varones", después de haber terminado su parte, se marchitan y "se ponen inconscientes" de inmediato. Las vainas se desarrollan a partir de las flores durante julio-septiembre. Maduran en el apogeo de la temporada de lluvias. Aunque no saben bien para los humanos, las Alcaparras de Jamaica están emparentadas con las alcaparras encurtidas italianas que se puede comprar en esos frascos largos y delgados. Cuando están maduras, las vainas se abren de golpe. Las semillas están envueltas en una masa pegajosa y grasa, una sustancia cerosa que las aves realmente disfrutan. Hemos visto varios tipos de palomas, así como arrendajos, mirlos, ruiseñores, y mucho más. Las aves limpian el material, junto con las semillas, desechando la piel de la vaina. Parece que las aves digieren las semillas, o pasan directamente a través de su sistema digestivo. De cualquier manera, la viabilidad de las semillas comidas es baja. La estrategia para la distribución de semillas parece estar en la viscosidad de la mezcla. Las aves son comedoras sucias, se tiran la comida encima. Las semillas se pueden pegar a los pájaros. Cuando los pájaros vuelan lejos, éstas se secan y caen, o se las limpian después. Los insectos, tales como hormigas, también desempeñan un papel en la distribución. Se alimentan de la sustancia viscosa y las semillas en el suelo. Las semillas no son muy resistentes. En situaciones naturales, por lo general germinan cerca del árbol madre. Brotan en épocas de alta humedad, como uno podría encontrar durante la temporada de lluvias. Distribución natural se encuentra en las zonas costeras de todo el área de la Florida y el Caribe Sur." | Del artículo Jamaica Caper, publicado en Plant Creations, Inc. .................................................................. Shrub or tree up to 15 m, leaves elliptic or oblong, leathery, 4-12 cm, obtuse and / or emarginate, with small scales on the underside; corymbs of few flowers, white, fragrant, sepals 8-12 mm, reflexed petals 10-13 mm fruit linear, torulose, 8-35 cm. The hard heartwood is yellow-red, hard and heavy. | Liogier, A. H. 2000. Botanical Dictionary of the Vulgar Names Spanish. National Botanic Garden Rafael María Moscoso. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. A REALLY INTERESTING DESCRIPTION: "The flowering season is usually from April to July, but an errant flower or two can appear anytime during the year. Jamaica Caper has perfect flowers, which means they have so-called "male" and "female" components. In each flower, there are several anthers on slender stamens. These represent the male, or the "staminate" team. The anthers contain the pollen grains, which are really haploid gametes. In the center of the flower is the female section, the pistil, which consists of a single orange stigma, atop a white style. At the bottom of the pistil awaits a haploid embryo sac. In order for the flowers to become fertilized and the fruits to develop, pollen grains have to reach the bottom of the pistil tubes. The pistil is slightly longer than the surrounding stamens. How the heck are the pollen grains, hanging in sacs shaped like the heads of flamingos, going to hurdle the distance up to the pistil? It might as well be on the moon! This type of set-up depends on, or, we might say, invites the participation of, pollinators (which could include everything from the wind to insects such as bees and butterflies, to vertebrates such as birds, lizards and humans; even you are a potential pollinator). We theorize that, for the most part, the pollinators are unwitting participants, but who knows for sure; maybe some of them think of it as a sport, or are just tidying up around the neighborhood. Putting the little pollen grains into as many different tubes as possible, some kind of fun! The males, having finished their part, immediately wither and lose consciousness. Seed pods develop from the flowers during July-September. They ripen at the height of the rainy season. Although not palatable to humans, Jamaica Capers are related to pickled Italian capers that you can buy in those long, skinny jars. When ripe, the seed pods burst open. The seeds are wrapped in a sticky, oily, waxy substance that the birds really enjoy. We've seen several kinds of doves, along with jays, blackbirds, mockingbirds, and more. The birds scrape clean the stuff, along with the seeds, discarding the skin of the seedpod. It appears that the birds either digest the seeds, or pass them directly through their digestive systems. Either way, the viability of eaten seeds is low. The strategy for seed distribution seems to be in the stickiness of the mixture. Birds are messy eaters, and get food all over themselves. The seeds may stick to the birds. When the birds fly away, the stuff dries out and falls off, or they clean it off later. Insects, such as ants, also play a role in the distribution. They eat the goo and the seeds drop on the ground. The seeds are not very hardy. In natural situations, they usually germinate near the parent tree. They sprout during times of high humidity such as one would find during the rainy season. Natural distribution is located to coastal areas throughout the South Florida-Caribbean area. " | From the article Jamaica Caper, posted at Plant Creations, Inc.
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CAPPARACEAE 山柑科 - Spider Flower (Cleome hassleriana) 醉蝶花 / 紫龍鬚 | Flickr - Fotosharing!
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Capparaceae in Coconut Gravy/Sayur Maman Masak Lemak Cili Api | kampongkitchendotcom
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Flores Silvestres del Mediterráneo: Capparaceae: Capparis spinosa subsp spinosa var canescens
Capparis spinosa L. (1753) subsp.
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Bitkiler ve Yararları: Kapari(Gebere otu)Capparis spinosa (CAPPARACEAE)
  Kapari bitkisi  Kapari,kedi tırnağı,hint hıyarı,it hıyarı, it kavunu, karga kavunu, yılan kabağı, menginik, gevil, yumuk, bugo, bubu, kepekçiçek ,beri kemeri, şeballah, devedikeni, keper, kepere, gebre, gebere, geber otu ,gavur bostanıYurdumuzda Akdeniz ikliminin hakim olduğu Batı Anadolu illeri başta olmak üzere, Orta Anadolu’da Tokat ve civarında, Doğu Karadeniz ve Güneydoğu illerinde doğal olarak yetişen Gebreotu (Gebereotu), çalımsı yapıda, dik ve yatık olarak büyüyen dikenli bir bitkidir. Kaparinin bezelye büyüklüğündeki tomurcuklarının protein, vitamin, mineraller, rutin ve hardal yağı glikosidi yönünden oldukça zengin olması, onu doyurucu bir besin haline getiriyor.
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McBurn's/Home_malay: Capparaceae in Coconut Gravy/Sayur Maman Masak Lemak Cili Api
Good day from Mcburn's Kampong Kitchen to all of you and get new recipe for you to try it at home. "Enjoy cooking and live life"Sayur Maman Masak Lemak Cili Api Ingredient / Bahan2 2 Bundle of Maman or Capparaceae Gynandra / 2 Ikat Sayur Maman (RM2.
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Capparis sepiaria | Flickr - Fotosharing!
Capparaceae (caper family) » Capparis sepiaria KAP-ar-iss -- from the Greek kápparis, originating in the Near or Middle East sep-ee-AIR-ee-uh -- from the Latin sepes (sepis), meaning hedge commonly known as: hedge caper, Indian caper, wild caper bush • Bengali: kaliakara • Burmese: hsu:kauk nak • Gujarati: kalokantharo • Hindi: कांटारी kantari • Ilongot: arayat, keme-keming • Kannada: ಕಾದುಕತ್ತರಿ kadukattari • Malayalam: കാക്കത്തൊണ്ഭി kaakkaththonbhi • Marathi: कांटारा kantara • Nepalese: जुँगे लहरो junge laharo • Oriya: otaibe • Sanskrit: गृध्रनखी grdhranakhi, काण्टरी kantari • Tagalog: tarabtab • Tamil: கருஞ்சூரை karunchurai, காட்டுக்கத்தரி kattu-k-kattari • Telugu: నల్ల ఉప్పి nalla uppi, నల్లపుయ్ nallapuyyi Native to: tropical Africa, China, Indian subcontinent, Indo-China, Malesia, N. Australia References: Flowers of India • eFlora • NPGS / GRIN
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