Flowering Plants · Dicotyledons: Lamiales (except Acanthaceae including Avicenniaceae)

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Joachim W. Kadereit
Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 13, 2004 - 478 páginas

In this volume, 24 flowering plant families comprising a total of 911 genera are treated. They represent the asterid order Lamiales except for Acanthaceae (including Avicenniaceae), which will be included in a later volume. Although most of the constituent families of the order have been recognized as being closely related long ago, the inclusion of the families Byblidaceae, Carlemanniaceae and Plocospermataceae is the result mainly of recent molecular systematic research. Keys for the identification of all genera are provided, and likely phylogenetic relationships are discussed extensively. To facilitate the recognition of relationships, families are cross-referenced where necessary. The wealth of information contained in this volume makes it an indispensable source for anybody in the fields of pure and applied plant sciences.

 

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Contenido

Bignoniaceae
9
Buddlejaceae
39
Byblidaceae
45
Callitrichaceae
50
Carlemanniaceae
57
Cyclocheilaceae
60
Gesneriaceae
63
Globulariaceae
157
Nesogenaceae
291
Oleaceae
294
Pedaliaceae
305
Phrymaceae
321
Plantaginaceae
325
Plocospermataceae
328
Scrophulariaceae
331
Stilbaceae
431

Hippuridaceae
161
Labiatae
165
Lentibulariaceae
274
Martyniaceae
281
Myoporaceae
287
Tetrachondraceae
439
Trapellaceae
443
Verbenaceae
447
Index to Scientific Names
467
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