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Gnetales

an order of GYMNOSPERMS whose members have true vessels in the secondary wood and an absence of archegonia in the ovule. In these features they resemble ANGIOSPERMS.
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In Gnetum gnemon, axial parenchyma is also mostly vasicentric in older stems (Fig.
Afang soup contains these ingredients and a major vegetable, Gnetum africanum as well as water leaf while in edikang ikong soup, fluted pumpkin (ugwu in Ibo) only replaces Gnetum africanum.
Sakan, "Stilbenoids isolated from the seeds of melinjo (Gnetum gnemon L.) and their biological activity," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.
However, the simultaneous administration of Gnetum bucholzianum significantly reduced the effect of chloroquine by attenuating hepatic and renal parameters.
La vegetacion de las margenes de los rios usualmente esta adornada con lianas colgantes de la gimnosperma propia de la region, Gnetum nodiflorum.
Gnetum is a group of trees and climbing vines found throughout tropical rain forest.
Following (Chase et al., 1993; Doyle et al., 1994; Soltis et al., 1997; Soltis et al., 2000; Zanis et al., 2003) a set of gymnosperms (specifically Gnetum and Ephedra (Gnetales)) was designated as outgroup.
The main traditional, often aboriginally-introduced, species found in villages and house-yard gardens, in permanent village tree groves, and as protected or deliberately planted intercrops in food gardens, include: coconut palms, a wide range of banana and plantain cultivars, breadfruit, sago palm, nut trees (Canarium spp., Barringtonia edulis, Inocarpus fagifer, and Terminalia catappa), edible pandanus (Pandanus spp.), Malay or mountain apple (Syzygium malaccense), oceanic litchi (Pometia pinnata), Polynesian vi-apple (Spondius dulcis), pommelo (Citrus maxima), joint-fir (Gnetum gnemon), edible figs (Ficus spp.), dragon plum (Dracontomelon vidense), red-bead tree (Adenanthera pavonina), and a number of palms, including the betelnut (Areca catechu) and Pritchardia and Veitchia spp.
Del mismo modo, especies de lianas y hemiepifitas lenosas como Gnetum nodiflorum Brongn.