Haloragaceae


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Haloragaceae

[‚hal·ə·rə′gās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Haloragales distinguished by an apical ovary of 2-4 loculi, small inflorescences, and small, alternate or opposite or whorled, exstipulate leaves.
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been suggested between Balanophoraceae, Gunnera and Haloragaceae on the
with Haloragaceae based on genetic data (Morgan & Soltis, 1993;
affinity with Haloragaceae in its leaf architecture.
Gunneraceae near Vitaceae, Haloragaceae, and Cornaceae within the
Orchard (1975) supported the affinity of Haloragaceae and
Epigynous perianth characterizes the fin-winged fruits of Aizoaceae, Apiaceae, Begoniaceae, Burmanniaceae, Combretaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Dioscoreaceae, Lecythidiaceae, Haloragaceae, Hernandiaceae, Onagraceae, and Styracaceae.