Malvales


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Malvales

[mal′vā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of flowering plants in the subclass Dilleniidae having hypogynous flowers with valvate calyx, mostly separate petals, numerous centrifugal stamens, and a syncarpous pistil.
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Wood and bark anatomy of Muntingiaceae: a phylogenetic comparison within Malvales s.
Dicotyledons: Malvales, Capparales, and non-betalain Caryophyllales.
Flowering plants, Dicotyledons: Malvales, Capparales, and non-betalain Caryophyllales.
Soyauxia 5/5); Goupiaceae (Goupia 1/1, W); Lacistemataceae (Lacistema 2/3); Violaceae (Allexis 2/2; Amphirrhox 3/4, W; Rinorea 1/5) Oxalidales Cunoniaceae (Acrophyllum 1/1; Anodopetalum 1/1; Aphanopetalum 1/1; Ceratopetalum 5/5; Gillbeea 1/1; Platylophus 1/1, W; Schizomeria 3/3, W; Spiraeanthemum 1/10) Rosales Ulmaceae (Trema) Eurosids II Malvales Dipterocarpaceae (Hopea) Myrtales Combretaceae (Combretum 2/21); Crypteroniaceae (Axinandra 2/2; Crypteronia 9/10; SJ); Melastomataceae (numerous genera, e.
Specialist cerambycids regularly recognize only two groups of plants at the ordinal level: Fabales and Malvales.
1 (Moraceae, Malvales, Lecythidaceae, Sapotaceae, Fabales, and Apocynaceae) were among those especially well represented in the Sinnamary River Basin, in terms of both numbers of species and individuals present.