Sideroxylon grandiflorum

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Sideroxylon grandiflorum
Sideroxylon grandiflorum - Mauritian endemic tree.jpg
Ubing a kayo
Taksonomia urnosen
Pagarian: Plantae
Klado: Tracheophytes
Klado: Angiospermae
Klado: Eudicotidae
Klado: Asterids
Urnos: Ericales
Pamilia: Sapotaceae
Henero: Sideroxylon
Sebbangan:
S. grandiflorum
Dua a nagan
Sideroxylon grandiflorum
Kapada a nagan[1]
  • Calvaria grandiflora (A.DC.) Dubard
  • Sapota lessertii A.DC.
  • Sideroxylon annithomae Aubrév.
  • Sideroxylon lessertii (A.DC.) Baker

Ti Sideroxylon grandiflorum, ammo iti Ingles a kas ti tambalacoque wenno dodo tree, ket ti napauot ti biagna a kayo iti pamilia ti Sapotaceae, nga endemiko iti Mauritius. Daytoy ket mapatpategan apara iti kayona. Ti bunga ti Sideroxylon grandiflorum ket maipada iti melokoton.

Dagiti nagibasaran[urnosen | urnosen ti taudan]

  1. ^ "The Plant List".

Dagiti akinruar a silpo[urnosen | urnosen ti taudan]

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  • Helfferich, C. (1990): The Turkey and the Tambalacoque Tree
  • Hershey, D. R. (2004): The widespread misconception that the tambalacoque absolutely required the dodo for its seeds to germinate. Plant Science Bulletin 50: 105-108.
  • Hill, A. W. (1941): The genus Calvaria, with an account of the stony endocarp and germination of the seed, and description of the new species. Annals of Botany 5(4): 587-606. PDF fulltext (nasken ti pakabilangan ti agar-aramat)
  • King, H. C. (1946): Interim Report on Indigenous Species in Mauritius. Port Louis, Mauritius: Government Printer.
  • Owadally, A. W. & Temple, Stanley A. (1979): The dodo and the tambalacoque tree. Science 203(4387): 1363–1364.
  • Quammen, David (1996): The Song of the Dodo: Island Biogeography in an Age of Extinction. Touchstone, New York. ISBN 0-684-82712-3
  • Temple, Stanley A. (1977): Plant-animal mutualism: coevolution with Dodo leads to near extinction of plant. Science 197(4306): 885-886. HTML abstract
  • Witmer, M. C. & Cheke, A. S. (1991): The dodo and the tambalacoque tree: an obligate mutualism reconsidered. Oikos 61(1): 133-137. HTML abstract