Dennstaedtiaceae


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  • noun

Synonyms for Dennstaedtiaceae

one of a number of families into which Polypodiaceae has been subdivided in some classification systems

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The initiation and early development of fern leaf primordia has been described for several species, including Hymenophyllaceae (Hebant-Mauri, 1973, 1984, 1990; Hagemann, 1988), Dicksonia (Hebant-Mauri, 1975), Ceratopteris (Hebant-Mauri, 1977), Stromatopteris (Hebant-Mauri & Veillon, 1989), Salvinia (Croxdale, 1978, 1979, 1981), Marsileaceae (Schmidt, 1978), Dennstaedtiaceae (Imaichi, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1984), Adiantum (Imaichi, 1988; Gupta & Bhambie, 1992), Botrychium (Imaichi & Nishida, 1986; Imaichi, 1989), Lygodium (Mueller, 1982a), Platycerium (Lee, 1989), and Gleicheniaceae (Hagemann & Schulz, 1978).
The genus is pantropical with about 80 species, which has been placed in Lomariopsidaceae, Dennstaedtiaceae, Dryopteridaceae and Bolbitidaceae (Ching, 1931; Hennipman, 1977; Holttum, 1954; Smith et al.
Leaf stalk 3-branched; leaves (3 main divisions) broadly triangular; rhizome hairy Dennstaedtiaceae (Pteridium)
The following families of this order, treated in this paper, are Aspleniaceae (spleenworts), Azollaceae (mosquito ferns), Blechnaceae (chain ferns), and Dennstaedtiaceae (bracken and hay-scented ferns).
Phylogenetic analyses of rbcL and nuclear ribosomal RNA gene sequences in Dennstaedtiaceae.