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Anogeissus

Anogeissus
Anogeissus leiocarpus
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Rosids
Order: Myrtales
Family: Combretaceae
Genus: Anogeissus
Wall.
species

10-12, see text

Anogeissus is a genus of trees in the family Combretaceae. There are about 10[1] to 12 species distributed in Asia and tropical Africa.[2]

These are trees and shrubs with tubular flowers that lack petals and dry fruits with ridges or wings.[1]

Axlewood (A. latifolia) is used for its wood and tannins and as a fodder.[3] African birch (A. leiocarpa) is used for its wood and to make yellow dye and medicinal compounds.[4]

Species include:

References

  1. ^ a b .Anogeissus Flora of China.
  2. ^ Sakala, J. (2000). Silicified angiosperm wood from the Dangu locality (Ypresian of the Gisors region, Eure, France)–final part: the problem of palaeoclimate reconstruction based on fossil wood. Geodiversitas, 22(4), 493-507.
  3. ^ Heuzé V. and Tran G., 2015. ).Anogeissus latifoliaAxlewood ( Feedipedia 14:32.
  4. ^ Heuzé V., et al. 2015. ).Anogeissus leiocarpaAfrican birch ( Feedipedia 14:34.



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