Magnoliopsida


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Magnoliopsida

[mag‚nō·lē′äp·sə·də]
(botany)
The dicotyledons, a class of flowering plants in the division Magnoliophyta generally characterized by having two cotyledons and net-veined leaves, with vascular bundles borne in a ring enclosing a pith.
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Polypodiopsida Magnoliopsida Liliopsida Total Families 1 54 11 66 Genera 1 148 39 188 Species 1 182 60 243 Native species 1 170 52 223 Introduced species 0 12 8 20
Capitula are amply represented in the Asteridae and can also be found in every other subclass of the Magnoliopsida (see Table II) and even in a few of the Liliopsida.
As demonstrated by the widespread occurrence of capitula in the Magnoliopsida and the Liliopsida, capitula have evolved independently many times, The term "primary "is used here to indicate the ancestral or primary condensation event that produced the capitulum from some sort of elongated indeterminate inflorescence (Fig.
The frequency distributions of all species data and of all generic medians of Magnoliopsida remained skewed to the right even if plotted logarithmically.