Caryophyllales


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Caryophyllales

[¦kar·ē·ō·fə′lā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of dicotyledonous plants in the subclass Caryophyllidae characterized by free-central or basal placentation.
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Ambas cuadriculas, A-1 y A-2, mostraron que el taxon mas denso es Caryophyllales (Figura 4a), que si bien no se pudo avanzar mas en su identificacion, todo el material corresponde al mismo taxon.
Actually, Brassicales, like Caryophyllales (Carlquist, 2010) proves to be an order in which further aggregation of families would result in umbrella families that cannot be described because of character sets that would be so heterogeneous that the resulting umbrella families would have unifying features too few, too vague, and too rife with exceptions.
As is the case with many other members of the Caryophyllales, Portulaca oleracea contains betalains rather than anthocyanins, but little is known about the medicinal values of betacyanin extracted from Portulaca oleracea.
Soares GLG, Kaplan MAC, Gottlieb OR (1995) Flavonoids as chemosystematic markers of Caryophyllales.
Patterson WG, Xu S, Salt TA (1991) Sterols of Caryophyllales with emphasis on Amaranthacese.
Austrabaileyales, Caryophyllales, Chloranthales, and Sabiales) do not have any species endemic to Hainan.
Caryophyllales (Aizoaceae, Nyctaginaceae, Polygonaceae), Ericales (Cyrillaceae, Styracaceae) and Rutaceae, and Combretaceae.
Wood and stem anatomy of Rhabdodendraceae is consistent with placement in Caryophyllales sensu lato.
viellardii Baillon [210] CARYOPHYLLALES Cactaceae Discocactus cristallophilus Diers & E.
This punctual harmony led Huber (1977) to propose a single natural unit for monocotyledons and basic Ranales (in 1982 and 1991 expanded to include Caryophyllales, but see Dahlgren & Bremer, 1985) and to separate them from the main body of dicotyledons.