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Alismatidae Australian ALISMATIDAE

Arecidae, Alismatales, Najadales, Hydrocharitales, Liliidae

Medical vocabulary what does alismatidae mean

Alismatidae is a botanical name at the rank of subclass. Circumscription of the subclass will vary with the taxonomic system being used (there are many such systems); the only requirement being that it includes the family Alismataceae. It is a relatively new name: earlier systems, such as the Engler and Wettstein systems, used the name Helobiae for a comparable unit.


Alismatidae Familia Pinaceae y Subclase Alismatidae

Alismatidae in the Takhtajan system

The Takhtajan system treats this as one of six subclasses within the class Liliopsida (=monocotyledons). It consists of:

  • subclass Alismatidae
  • Alismatidae in the Cronquist system

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    The Cronquist system treats this as one of four subclasses within the class Liliopsida (=monocotyledons). It consists of (1981):

  • subclass Alismatidae

  • Alismatidae Alismatidae Wikipdia

    This subclass comprises less than five hundred species total: many of these are aquatic or semiaquatic plants (see Alismatidae info).

    APG II system

    Alismatidae LONCAPA Botanik online Liliopsida Alismatidae Butomus

    The APG II system does not use formal botanical names above the rank of order; it assigns most of the plants involved to the (expanded) order Alismatales, in the clade 'monocots', although the plants in Cronquist's order Triuridales are assigned to quite different placements.

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