What is Sapotaceae?

Sapotaceae

Sapotaceae is a family of flowering plants, belonging to order Ericales. The family includes approximately 800 species of evergreen trees and shrubs in approximately 65 genera (35-75, depending on generic definition). Distribution is pantropical.

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Sapote
... Some but not all sapotes come from the family Sapotaceae Sapotaceae sapotes Sapodilla, also called naseberry (Manilkara zapota) is native to Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Belize, and ... The Sapotaceae were named after this species ...
Francisco Freire Allemão E Cysneiro
... ex Allemão (Cochlospermaceae ) Bumella sartarum Allemão (Sapotaceae ) Azeredia pernambucana Allemão Chrysophyllum arenarium Allemão (Sapotaceae ) Chrysophyllum cearaense Allemão ... Jussiaea fluctuans Allemão M.Allemão (Onagraceae ) Lucuma meruocana Allemão (Sapotaceae) Lucuma minutiflora Allemão Lucuma montana Allemão Luetzelburgia auriculata (Allemao ... ex Mez Silvia navalium Allemão) Mimusops triflora Allemão (Sapotaceae ) Miscolobium nigrum ( Vell ...
Mascarene Islands - Nature - Biodiversity
80 or more species each Poaceae, Apocynaceae, Cyperaceae, Cunoniaceae, Rutaceae, Araliaceae, and Sapotaceae, representing an additional ca ... (Sterculiaceae), and a variety of Sapotaceae species Sideroxylon boutonianum, Sideroxylon borbonicum spp ... Characteristic plants include trees in the plant family Sapotaceae e.g ...
Zamia Lucayana - Abstract
... revealed six taxa of fulewood and charred Sapotaceae seed fragments, Prelimanary SEM analysis of six chert microliths revealed possible evidence of the Caribbean ariod ... The presence of Sapotaceae and possible Xanthosoma sp ... frequency of Sapolaceae pollen in the San Salvador sequence is consistent with the occurrence of Sapotaceae at the three Dog site ...