Loganiaceae


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Contort petals are common in Gentianaceae and Apocynaceae (Endress, 1999; Endress & Bruyns, 2000) and also occur in some Loganiaceae and Rubiaceae (Schoute, 1935; Robbrecht, 1988).
SWD (sam; WA, WI) Loganiaceae Buddleia sessiliflora Kunth in H.
Loganiaceae Leaf Bidara laut Strychnos ligustrina BL.
Buddleja was originally ascribed to the family Scrophulariaceae by de Jussieu (1789), Bartling (1830) and Lindley (1846), yet it was later reclassified in the Loganiaceae by Bentham (1857) and Bentham and Hooker (1876).
2003) excluded the genus Buddleja from the Loganiaceae based on chemosystematic aspects of terpenoids (iridoids and aucubins) present in the plants and suggested that the genus should be included in a new taxon including the Scrophulariaceae and Lamiaceae.
Phylogenetic relationships within the Gentianales based on ndhF and rbcL sequences, with particular reference to the Loganiaceae.
Of the other two genera in this new dade within Dipsacales, Polyosma was originally in Saxifragaceae sensu lato (Escallonioideae) (Engler, 1930), Desfontainia in Loganiaceae (Leeuwenberg & Leenhouts, 1980).
2000) suggest that aluminum hyperaccumulation in Loganiaceae probably supports the Strychnos group, and the feature is also recorded in the Antonia group.
Phylogenctic relationships within the Gentianales based on ndhF and rbcL sequences, with particular reference to the Loganiaceae.
Selaginaceae) Globularia Haemodoraceae Schiekia (1), Pyrrorhiza (2) Heliconiaceae Heliconia Hydrocharitaceae Nechamandra, Maidenia, Vallisneria Krameriaceae Krameria Lamiaceae (a) Lavendula, Bystropogon, Salvia Linnacaceae Linnaea, Abelia Loasaceae Petalonyx crenatus Loganiaceae Usteria guineensis Malpighiaceae Stigmaphyllon, Gaudichaudia, Camarea Marantaceae All Mimosaceae Neptunia (Staminate flowers) Morinaceae Morina Musaceae Musa Myoporaceae Oftia, etc.
Acanthaceae (Mohan Ram, 1960; Johri & Singh, 1959; Periasamy, 1962a, 1990; Dahlgren, 1991) Apocynaceae (Dahlgren, 1922; Netolitzky, 1926; Periasamy, 1962a, 1963, 1990; Dahlgren, 1991) Buddlejaceae (de Magnano, 1986) Loganiaceae (Dahlgren, 1922; Netolitzky, 1926; Periasamy, 1962a, 1990; Dahlgren, 1991) Rubiaceae (Netolitzky, 1926; Periasamy, 1962a, 1964, 1990; Dahlgren, 1991) Scrophulariaceae (Schmid, 1906; Hartl, 1960; Periasamy, 1962a; Dahlgren, 1991)
The other families would remain within the order with the following consensus figures (consensus figures from the nine chosen classifications are given in parentheses for comparison): Gentianaceae, 100% (100%); Loganiaceae, 58% (100%); Apocynaceae, 92% (100%); Asclepiadaceae, 77% (78%); Rubiaceae, 54% (56%); and Saccifoliaceae, 75% (75%).
In the Lignosae could be found the Rubiales (consisting of the Dialypetalanthaceae and Rubiaceae), the Apocynales (consisting of the Apocynaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Periplocaceae, and Plocospermataceae), and the Loganiales (consisting of the Antoniaceae, Buddlejaceae, Loganiaceae, Oleaceae, Potaliaceae, Spigeliaceae, and Strychnaceae).
Here the Gentianales is composed of the Loganiaceae, Buddlejaceae, Rubiaceae (including Theligonaceae), Apocynaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Gentianaceae, and Menyanthaceae.