Laurales


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Laurales

[lȯ′rā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of dicotyledonous flowering, mostly woody plants of the class Magnoliopsida, division Magnoliophyta; commonly have scattered spherical cells containing volatile oils, leaves usually simple and mostly entire, and flowers often pollinated by beetles.
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Amborellales 1 1 Nymphaeales 3 2 Austrobaileyales 3 2 Chloranthales 1 1 Magnoliids Cannellales 2 Piperales 5 3 Laurales 7 2 1 Magnoliales 6 3 1 Monocots Acorales 1 Alismatales 13 2 Petrosaviales 1 Dioscoreales 5 2 Pandanales 5 2 Liliales 10 4 Asparagales (incl.
The Lauraceae family, in the order Laurales, consists of more then 45 genera with around 2000-2500 species (Lu et.
1997), positioned with the eudicots Ceratophyllaceae, Laurales, Magnoliales and Piperales in an unresolved polytomy (APG, 1998), basal within the angiosperms (Donoghue and Mathews, 1998), sister to Chloranthus (Mathews and Donoghue, 1999), sister to the Laurales (Parkinson et al.
The cinnamon tree is of the species Cinnamomum zeylancium, genus Cinnamomum, family Lauraceae, order Laurales, class Magnoliopsida, phylum Magnoliophyta, kingdom Plantae.
They consider vegetative and reproductive morphology and anatomy, embryology, polynology, chemistry, ethnobotany, ecology, and the family's relationship with other families of Laurales.
Zur vergleichenden Entwicklungsmorphologie, Embryologie und Systematik bei Laurales.
1/18 25 Lauraceae, Laurales Actinodaphne Nees 2/13 100 Alseodaphne Nees 1/7 50 Bedschmiedia Nees 7/33 300 Cryptocarya R.
5] Verbena x hybrida Voss [101] LAURALES Calycanthaceae Chimonanthus nitens Olivier [120] C.
P-type plastids of different forms prevail in the other eumagnoliid orders; namely, Laurales, Magnoliales, and Piperales (see Behnke, 1988).
Magnoliales, Illiciales, and Laurales (sensu Armen Takhtajan).
Aluminum hyperaccumulators are especially common in the families Proteaceae, Anisophylleaceae, Polygalaceae, Cunoniaceae, Rubiaceae, and several representatives within the Laurales, Malpighiales, Myrtales, Ericales and Aquifoliales sensu APG (1998).