1. the coffee family Aloc. Caguimbal. Macarasig. Tuibeo
2. Para maalala natin... + Okay. Joke. Let’s start with the report.
3. Plant Habit and HabitatLeavesInflorescenceFlower Corolla Calyx Gynoecium AndroeciumPlacentationFruitSeeds Done with these? What’s NEXT?
4. Habitat Terrestrial, rarely aquatic Habit Tree, shrub, herb, liana Back to INFORMATION.
5. Simple Entire margin Decussate, rarely whorled Usually connate stipules Often bearing mucilage secreting colleters Colleters – produces mucilagenous compounds to protect young shoot Back to INFORMATION
6. Cyme Umbel Back to INFORMATION
7. Bisexual Actinomorphic Epigynous Back to INFORMATION
8. Synsepalous; 4-5 lobes Or sometimes absent Back to INFORMATION
9. Sympetalous; 4-5 [rarely 3 or 8-10] lobes Back to INFORMATION
10. Syncarpous Inferior ovary Anatropous to hemitropous Unitegmic With funicular orburator 1-many per carpel Nectaries present as disk atop ovary Back to INFORMATION
11. Anthers Longitudinal in dehiscence Stamens 4-5[rarely 3 or 8-10] Alternipetalous & epipetalous Back to INFORMATION
12. Axile Rarely parietal Back to INFORMATION
13. Berry Capsule Drupe Schizocarp Back to INFORMATION
14. Endospermous Back to INFORMATION
15. Worldwide distribution but more in tropical areas Economic importance: Cinchona- source of quinine used to treat malaria Coffea arabica - source of coffee Pausinystalia johimbe- source of sexual stimulant (yohimbine) Timber trees Fruiting plants Dye plants Ornamental cultivar
16. Trees, shrubs, lianas, or herbs Simple, entire, usually decussate leaves Connate stipules, often with mucilage-secreting colleters Inflorescence usually a cyme Flowers usually bisexual Perianth dichlamydeous, 4-5 merous, calyx absent in some Androecium often 4 5-merous Ovary usually inferior (rarely superior) Often with an apical nectariferous disk, ovules with a funicular obturator, Fruit either a berry, capsule, drupe, or schizocarp. K (4-5)  C (4-5) [(3,8-10)] A 4-5 [3,8-10] G (2) [(3-5+)], usually inferior, rarely superior.