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Synonyms for Haemodoraceae

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In Haemodoraceae, some genera are enantiostylous, either based on otherwise polysymmetric or monosymmetric flowers (Simpson, 1990; Jesson & Barrett, 2002; Jesson et al., 2003b).
Several potential outgroup families are enantiostylous or include enantiostylous taxa (e.g., Commelinaceae, Haemodoraceae, Philydraceae; see Graham and Barrett 1995), and floral monomorphism of one form or another is the predominant condition within the monocotyledons.
Phylogeny and classification of the Haemodoraceae. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 77: 722-784.
Reversal in ovary position from inferior to superior in the Haemodoraceae: evidence from floral ontogeny.
Systematic significance of cell inclusions in Haemodoraceae and allied families: silica bodies and tapetal raphides.
Bee pollination is common in this order (Buchmann, 1980; Faden, 1992; Hardy et al., 2009; Hopper & Burbidge, 1978; Husband & Barrett, 1992; Orth & Waddington, 1997) with bird pollination reported only for the genus Anigozanthos (family Haemodoraceae) (Hopper & Burbidge, 1978) and bat pollination not reported at all (Fleming et al., 2009).
Interestingly, in one supposed vessel element (Anigozanthos rufus Labill., Haemodoraceae), Cheadle (1968) superimposed a pattern on the perforation plate, indicating his uncertainty that pit membranes actually were lacking.
Except for a few families (Aizoaceae, Campanulaceae, Caryophyllaceae, Solanaceae, Portulacaceae, Lobeliaceae and Malvaceae), most of the flowers that showed initial wilting have been found to be insensitive to exogenous ethylene (Agavaceae, Compositae, Haemodoraceae, Iridaceae, Liliaceae, Umbelliferae, Gentianaceae and Euphorbiaceae) and most of the flowers showing initial abscission have been found to be ethylene sensitive (Acanthaceae, Boraginaceae, Geraniaceae, Gesneriaceae, Labiatae, Ranunculaceae, Rosaceae, Rubiaceae, Scrophulariaceae and Valerianaceae).
The vegetative anatomy of the Haemodoraceae and its systematic significance.
Haemodoraceae (Prychid et al., 2003) supports their inclusion in the
Among Haemodoraceae, Wachendorfia, Barberetta, Schiekia, and Pyrrorhiza have secondarily superior ovaries (Simpson, 1994, 1998).
Comparative anatomy of Lachnanthes and Lophiola (Haemodoraceae).
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.
Philydraceae, Haemodoraceae, and Pontederiaceae form a well-defined clade, which generally falls sister to Zingiberales (mostly plasmodial) in commelinoid analyses (Linder, pers.
Table II Micropylar nucellar structures in commelinoid families Family Nucellus Anarthriaceae Tenuinucellate Arecaceae Crassinucellate Bromeliaceae Crassinucellate Cannaceae Crassinucellate Cartonemataceae Crassinucellate Centrolepidaceae Tenuinucellate Commelinaceae Crassinucellate (tenuinucellate in Cyanotis) Costaceae Crassinucellate Cyperaceae Crassinucellate Dasypogonaceae Crassinucellate Ecdeiocoleaeeae Tenuinucellate Eriocaulaceae Tenuinucellate Flagellariaceae Crassinucellate Haemodoraceae Crassinucellate Hanguanaceae Unknown Heliconiaceae Crassinucellate Hydatellaceae Unknown Joinvilleaceae Unknown, but nucellar cap present (Fig.