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Diagnostic Description

Mansoa

Lianas with tendrils. Stems cylindrical or subquadrangular; cross section of the mature stem with a cross of 4 or 8 dark arms formed by the phloem tissue; interpetiolar zone glandular or not; pseudostipules short, conical-obtuse. Leaves opposite, 2- or 3-foliolate, with a terminal trifid or simple tendril; petioles sometimes with an apical glandular zone. Flowers in terminal panicles or racemes or in axillary corymbs. Calyx crateriform, tubular, or campanulate, simple, truncate or 5-dentate; corolla white, lilac, purple, or reddish, zygomorphic, tubular-campanulate or infundibuliform; stamens 4, didynamous; ovary superior, cylindrical, glandular-papillose, puberulent, with 2 locules, the ovules 2(3-4) seriate. Fruit a linear-oblong capsule, compressed or convex, sometimes tuberculate, with the valves parallel to the septum; seeds numerous, with 2 membranaceous wings or without wings. A genus of 15 species distributed from Mexico to Brazil.

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Molecular Biology and Genetics

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Specimen Records:25
Specimens with Sequences:41
Specimens with Barcodes:34
Species:4
Species With Barcodes:4
Public Records:8
Public Species:2
Public BINs:0
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Mansoa (plant)

Mansoa is a genus of tropical, flowering vines in the Trumpet-creeper family.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mansoa, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Profile, 15 June 2012 

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