Pouzolzia Gaudich.
  • Voy. Uranie 503. 1826[1830]. (6 Mar 1830)
  • [For P. C. M. de Pouzolz, botanist and collector in Corsica, France, and the Pyrénées]


Cite taxon page as 'WFO (2021): Pouzolzia Gaudich. Published on the Internet;http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-4000031065. Accessed on: 16 Oct 2021'

General Information

Shrubs, subshrubs, or herbs, without stinging hairs. Leaves alternate or rarely opposite; stipules often persistent, lateral, free; leaf blade 3-veined or triplinerved, margin serrate, dentate, or entire; cystoliths punctiform. Glomerules axillary or rarely at nodes along rachis of spikes, bisexual or rarely unisexual (plants monoecious or dioecious); bracts and bracteoles small. Male flowers: perianth lobes (3 or)4 or 5, connate ca. 1/2 of length, valvate, apex concave; stamens as many as perianth lobes; filaments inflexed in bud; rudimentary ovary present. Female flowers: perianth tubular, often ovoid, beaked, constricted, apex 2-4-toothed. Ovary included; style present; stigma filiform, villous along 1 side, deciduous with style; ovule orthotropous. Achene pericarp often crustaceous, lustrous. enclosed by marcescent, always accrescent, and often ribbed, rarely winged, perianth. 2n = 20, 22, 24, 26, 32.

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    • Herbs or subshrubs [and shrubs], perennial, with nonstinging hairs. Stems simple, erect. Leaves alternate, less often opposite; stipules present. blades elliptic, lanceolate, or ovate, margins entire; cystoliths rounded. Inflorescences axillary. Flowers unisexual, staminate and pistillate flowers in sessile or subsessile clusters in same inflorescences; bracts oblanceolate, lacking hooked hairs. Staminate flowers: tepals 4, equal; stamens 4; pistillode present. Pistillate flowers: tepals 4, connate, appressed to and tightly enclosing ovary; staminodes absent; style deciduous, elongate. Achenes ovoid, acute, not mucronate, tightly enclosed by persistent tepals. x = 13.

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      14. Pouzolzia Gaudich.

      Goethartia Herzog, Leucococcus Liebm.

      Por C.M. Wilmot-Dear, I. Friis y A.K. Monro.

      Hierbas, arbustos, árboles pequeños o trepadoras, perennes; tallos con tricomas patentes. Hojas alternas, nunca en pares dimorfos, pecioladas, rara vez sésiles; lámina 3-nervia desde la base, con nervaduras secundarias o sin estas, los márgenes enteros, rara vez crenados, serrados o dentados; cistolitos puntiformes; estípulas interpeciolares, libres. Inflorescencias bisexuales o unisexuales, dispuestas sobre ramas terminales o axilares, estas frecuentemente modificadas por la reducción parcial de las hojas, las flores sésiles o cortamente pediceladas, en panículas similares a glomérulos densamente congestos en las axilas de hojas normales o estructuras similares a brácteas. Flores unisexuales, envueltas por una bráctea deltada rojo-parda. Flores estaminadas 3-meras o 4-meras; tépalos sin un apéndice subapical aunque el ápice de los tépalos con frecuencia forma un apículo en botón; pistilodio presente. Flores pistiladas con los tépalos fusionados en forma de tubo que encierra completamente el ovario, el tubo apicalmente dentado o entero, persistente en fruto; estigmas filiformes y lateralmente papilosos, persistentes o caducos. Frutos con el tubo del perianto dehiscente; aquenios ovoides, más o menos dorsiventralmente comprimidos, brillantes, pardos o negros, con frecuencia longitudinalmente acostillados, el margen con frecuencia alado. 34 spp. Cosmopolita.

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      POUZOLZIA Gaudich.

      Arbustos, subarbustos o raramente árboles pequeños o bejucos, sin tricomas urticantes; plantas generalmente monoicas. Hojas alternas (en Nicaragua) y generalmente enteras (dentadas en P. parasitica), cistolitos punctiformes generalmente visibles en la haz, nervadura generalmente pinnada, con 2 nervios basales prominentes a los lados o 3-nervias; estípulas en pares en los nudos y libres. Flores agrupadas en glomérulos en las axilas de las hojas; flores masculinas con perianto (3) 4 (en Nicaragua) ó 5-partido, yemas a menudo apiculadas; flores femeninas con tubo del perianto fusionado, dentado en el ápice, más o menos acostillado longitudinalmente, ovario incluido, estigma linear. Aquenio envuelto en el perianto persistente y rasgándose con el tiempo.

      Género pantropical con ca 50 especies; 3 especies se conocen de Nicaragua y otra se espera encontrar.

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      Low shrubs, rarely woody vines; stipules free, often persistent; leaves alternate (in American species), entire or rarely toothed; petiolate, trinerved, densely covered with punctiform cystoliths above; plants usually monoecious, the flowers in small clusters, in the leaf axils or forming spikes; staminate perianth depressed- globose in bud, 3-5-parted or -lobed, the stamens 3-5; pistillate perianth tubular, contracted at the throat, 2-4 toothed, completely enclosing the ovary, strongly nerved, the stigma pubescent on one side, the achenes crustaceous, shiny.

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      Morphology

      Leaves alternate, opposite or verticillate, petiolate or sessile, entire or dentate, cystoliths dot-like; stipules free, lateral

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      Erect annual or, more often, perennial herbs or shrubs, monoecious

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      Achene ovoid, erect, ± compressed, completely enclosed in the persistent membranous perianth.

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      Inflorescence of compact axillary bisexual glomerules

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      Female flowers sessile, with an indefinite number of completely fused tepals enclosing the ovary, sometimes apparently fused with it in the lower part, often with ± clearly marked longitudinal ridges or wings; staminodes absent; stigma sessile, filiform with lateral papillae, deciduous

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      Male flowers pedicellate, 4–5-merous; tepals rarely with transversal crests or wings; rudimentary ovary present or absent

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      Male flowers pedicellate, 4–5-merous, tepals rarely with transverse crests or wings, ovaries rudimentary or absent.

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      Female flowers sessile, with an indefinite number of completely fused tepals which enclose the erect ovaries; staminodes absent; stigma sessile, filiform with lateral papillae, deciduous.

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      Achene ± compressed ovoid, completely enclosed in the persistent membranaceous perianth.

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      Cystoliths dot-like.

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      Erect annual or perennial herbs, or shrubs, monoecious.

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      Inflorescences of compact, axillary bisexual glomerules.

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      Leaves alternate, opposite or verticillate, petiolate or sessile, entire or dentate; stipules free, lateral.

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      Herbes'ou sous-arbustes, à feuilles alternes (rarement opposées ou verticillées) trinerves.'Inflorescences'en glomérules axillaires, en général 2-sexuées.'Fleurs'♂ pédicellées (3) 4-5-mères, à segments non appendiculés; fleurs ♀ à périgone en utricule 2-4-denté au sommet, enveloppant complètement l'ovaire; ovule dressé; stigmate linéaire ou filiforme, caduque.'Akènes inclus dans le périgone.\n\t\t\t\tEnviron 60 espèces des régions tropicales, surtout américaines, 5 au Congo belge dont 2 sont des « mauvaises herbes » très répandues, et 2 autres fort rares sont connues seulement par les descriptions originales.

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      Habit

      shrub vine

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      Other Local Names

      NameLanguageCountry
      [For P. C. M. de Pouzolz, botanist and collector in Corsica, France, and the Pyrénées]

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