Cabombaceae


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Cabombaceae species are typical in eutrophic environments, because submerged angiosperms are more tolerant to high concentrations of nutrients when compared to carophytes (Blindow, Hargeby, & Hilt, 2014).
In this concluding volume of a comprehensive compilation of the taxonomy and distribution of the vascular plants of Siberia, Russian botanical scientists make revisions to the family Cabombaceae, adding 16 new genera and 208 species and subspecies; replacing the names of 6 genera and 39 species; and appending an alphabetical list of the Latin names of families, genera, species, and subspecies covered in the entire series.
Families represented by a single species are the Alismataceae, Araceae, Cabombaceae, Juncaceae, Lamiaceae, Najadaceae, Rubiaceae, Saururaceae, Sparganiaceae, Typhaceae, and Zannichelliaceae.
Entre las familias con el 50-70% del total de sus especies presentes en Mexico estan Achatocarpaceae (4 especies en Mexico, 8 en todo el mundo), Agavaceae (239 y 410), Bataceae (1 y 2), Cabombaceae (4 y 7), Cactaceae (946 y 1500), Ceratophyllaceae (4 y 6), Crossosomataceae (5 y 10), Garryaceae (9 y 13), Lemnaceae (19 y 30), Mitrastemonaceae (1 y 2), Nelumbonaceae (1 y 2) y Tovariaceae (1 y 2).
Ecology of Sydney plant species Part 3: dicotyledon families Cabombaceae to Eupomatiaceae.