Passifloraceae


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Synonyms for Passifloraceae

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253, 255, 258, 259], Passifloraceae [157], Pinaceae [25],
243, 244, 253], Papaveraceae [62], Passifloraceae [157],
Passifloraceae [157], Polemoniaceae [5, 21], Ranunculaceae
117, 141, 180, 195, 241, 243, 244], Passifloraceae [157],
141, 147, 243, 255, 256, 258], Passifloraceae [157],
Fabaceae [121], Passifloraceae [157], Rubiaceae [5], Rutaceae
243, 244, 254, 256, 258, 259], Passifloraceae [157],
Baillon [7, 95, 254] Passifloraceae Passiflora adenopoda DC.
2005) Among species variation in floral scent composition Magnoliaceae, 11, 240, 264: Orchidaceae, 13, 15, 17, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30, 53, 76, 80, 98, 117, 119, 181, 243, 253, 255; Apiaceae, 31, 246; Fumariaceae, 56; Amaryllidaceae, 63; Sterculiaceae, 67; Arecaceae, 68, 137, 143; Moraceae, 82; Ranunculaceae, 85, 208, 209; Myrsinaceae, 103; Araceae, 133, 146, 262; Ericaceae, 136; Theophrastaceae, 139; Lecythidaceae, 144; Nyctaginaceae, 151; Passifloraceae, 157; Winteraceae, 239; Fabaceae, 212; Salicaceae, 245; Rutaceae, 247; Caryophyllaceae, 112; Annonaceae, 111 Phenetic and phylogenetic analysis using floral scent 13, 56, 63, 80, 112, 157, 240, Levin et al.
Vascular anatomy of the flower of certain species of the Passifloraceae.
Based on wood anatomical data, Miller (1975) suggested a relationship with a primitive group of plants and concluded that Soyauxia is out of place in both the Passifloraceae and the Flacourtiaceae.