Newtonia 


Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2021): Newtonia . Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-4000026072. Accessed on: 21 Sep 2021'

Morphology

Trees, often tall, unarmed

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    Flowers sessile or nearly so, in spikes or spiciform racemes

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    Leaves bipinnate; pinnae each with one to many pairs of leaflets; rhachis of leaf usually (always in our species) with a gland between each pair of opposite pinnae

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    Calyx and petals pubescent or puberulous outside

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    Anthers with or without an apical gland

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    Ovary densely pilose outside

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    Flowers and pods otherwise as in Piptadeniastrum (p. 21)

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    Seeds flattened, oblong, brown, surrounded by a membranous wing; the body of the seed much elongate in the direction of the length of the pod; cotyledons elongate in the same direction as the radicle; funicle slender, attached at or near one end of the seed.

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    Seeds flattened, oblong, brown, surrounded by a membranous wing; the body of the seed much elongated in the direction of the length of the pod; cotyledons elongate in the same direction as the radicle; funicle slender, attached at or near one end of the seed.

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    Pods straight or somewhat curved, flattened, at maturity dehiscing along one of the margins, the valves remaining attached along the other, splitting neither transversely nor into layers.

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    Calyx and petals pubescent or puberulous outside, sometimes on the margins only.

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    Petals 5, free, separated from the gynophore base by a short perigynous zone.

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    Stamens 10, fertile; anthers with or without an apical gland.

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    Ovary densely pilose outside.

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    Trees, often tall, unarmed.

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    Leaves 2-pinnate; pinnae each with one to many pairs of leaflets; rhachis of leaf usually (always in our species) with a gland between each pair of opposite pinnae.

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    Flowers sessile or nearly so, in spikes or spiciform racemes.

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    Calyx gamosepalous, 5-toothed.

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    Arbres'inermes.'Feuilles'bipennées, munies de glandes à l'insertion des pennes ou des pennes et des folioles; pennes opposées; folioles opposées, sessiles, petites et nombreuses ou grandes et peu nombreuses.'Inflorescences'en épis ou racèmes spiciformes, solitaires, fasciculées ou groupées en panicules au sommet des rameaux; bractées petites, caduques.'Fleurs'☿, petites, sessiles à courtement pédicellées; calice campanulé, tronqué à denticulé, à préfloraison valvaire; pétales ± unis à la base; étamines 10, à filets libres; anthères munies d'une glande apicale courtement stipitée et caduque, plus rarement sans glande; ovaire stipité, pluriovulé; style filiforme.'Gousses'étroitement oblongues, aplaties, atténuées à longuement stipitées, coriaces.'Graines étroitement oblongues, aplaties, entièrement bordées d'une membrane aliforme étroite; funicule filiforme, inséré au sommet de la graine.\n\t\t\t\tQuatre espèces en Afrique dont 3 au Congo belge.

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      Bibliography

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    World Flora Online consortium
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