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AuthorP. van Royen
TitleRevision of the Sapotaceae of the Malaysian area in a wider sense. V. Manilkara Adanson em. Gilly in the Far East
JournalBlumea - Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants
Volume7
Year1953
Issue2
Pages401-412
ISSN0006-5196
AbstractManilkara Adanson em. Gilly, Trop. Woods 73, 1943, 1—22 — Manilkara Adanson, Fam. 2,1763,166; Dubard, Ann. Mus. col. Mars. 23,1915,6; Baehni, Candollea 7, 1938, 394—508; Lam, Blumea 4, 2, 1941, 323; Lam, Blumea 5, 1, 1942, 41 — Manilkara Rheede, Lam in Bull. Jard. bot. Bzg, sér. 3, 7, 1925, 238; Lam, 1. c., sér. 3, 8, 1927, 481 — Manyl-kara Rheede, Hort. Mal. 4, 1673, 53, t. 25 — Mimusops L., sect. Ternaria DC., Prodr. 8, 1844, 203; as a subgenus in Engler, Monogr. Afr. Pfl. Fam und Gatt. 8, 1904, 55 — Delastrea A. DC, Prodr. 8, 1844, 195 — Labramia A. DC, 1. c. 672 — Mimusops L., sect. Euternaria Engl., 1. c., p.p. (except sect. Muriea) – Northia (not of Hook, f.) sensu Lam, 1. c. 1925, 241 and 1927, 481, p.p.; Lam, Bern. P. Bish. Mus. Bull. 141, 1936, 163 — Northiopsis Kanehira, Bot. Mag. Tokyo 47, 1933, 677; Lam, 1. c. 1941, 343; Lam, 1. c. 1942, 43 — Faucherea Lec., Bull. Mus. hist. nat. 26, 1920, 248 — Achras L., Sp. Pl., 1753, App. 1190; Loefling, Iter Hisp,, 1758, 186; Lam, Bull. Jard. bot. Bzg, sér. 3, 7, 1925, 218; Lam, 1. c., sér. 3, 8, 1927, 476; Little, Brittonia 7, 1948, 48.
Laticiferous trees. Leaves alternate, coriaceous, often obovate with rounded tip, stipules caducous; midrib impressed or crested above, prominent below, secondary and tertiary nerves parallel, secondary ones hardly stronger than tertiary nerves, the latter slender, descending from margin, often stretchedly and minutely reticulate. Inflorescences axillary, clustered, manyflorous. Flowers hermaphrodite, pedicellate, pedicel often incrassate when fruiting. Calyx with 2 whorls of 3 lobes each. Corolla with 6 lobes, each of them with 2 dorsal or lateral segments which are sometimes reduced or wanting. Stamens 6, epipetalous, inserted in the row of the staminodes, anthers dehiscing extrorsely. Staminodes 6, petaloid, alternipetalous, ovate, acuminate,, usually dentate or lobed. Ovary 6—14-celled, cells 1-ovuled, ovules axile, anatropous to campylotropous. Fruit a dryish berry, 1—6- seeded; seeds compressed to terete, pear-shaped to oblong ellipsoid, scar basiventral or almost basal, large to small, wide to narrow, oblong to linear, with the hilum at the apical and the micropyle at the basal end; testa crustaceous; albumen copious, cotyledons foliaceous, thin, ovate, radicle long exserted, cylindrical.
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