Magnoliaceae


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Synonyms for Magnoliaceae

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156, 179, 212, 216], Lecythidaceae [144], Magnoliaceae [238],
37], Cycadaceae [211], Magnoliaceae [238], Orchidaceae
Fabaceae [212], Lythraceae [10], Magnoliaceae [11],
Asteraceae [37], Caryophyllaceae [54], Magnoliaceae [11],
92], Magnoliaceae [9, 11, 240, 264], Malvaceae [41, 142],
Lecythidaceae [121, 144], Magnoliaceae [9, 11, 264],
genera Orchidaceae 417 104 Araceae 55 10 Arecaceae 40 18 Magnoliaceae 26 3 Rosaceae 24 8 Cactaceae 21 12 Rutaceae 21 3 Solanaceae 21 8 Caryophyllaceae 20 3 Nyctaginaceae 20 3 Table III Floral scent compounds occurring in more than half of the families of seed plants.
In other forms the terminal telomes may have undergone the same processes as in the carpel, and a broad expanded microsporophyll resulted, as in the Magnoliaceae (Can, right, 1952).
Comparative morphology and relationships of the Magnoliaceae.
Michelia champaca; champak; family Magnoliaceae, order
Michelia oblonga; family Magnoliaceae, order Magnoliales
The dubious presence of aluminum hyperaccumulation in the Magnoliaceae also needs verification.
1992b), and in others, some hundreds, as in Magnolia soulangeana and other Magnoliaceae (Pacini, unpubl.
He favored the solitary flower as ancestral, an idea that supported the hypothesis that woody trees, such as those of Magnoliaceae, were among the most primitive of living families.
A possible example is Gottsberger's assertion (1974) that the massive, solitary flower may be maintained in Magnoliaceae because of selection by beetle pollinators.