Myrtales


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Myrtales

[mər′tā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of dicotyledonous plants in the subclass Rosidae characterized by opposite, simple, entire leaves and perigynous to epigynous flowers with a compound pistil.
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Leaf impressions of Cuphea antiqua Britton (Britton, 1892; Berry, 1917, 1939a) from the Miocene or Pliocene of Potosi, Bolivia (Graham, 2010a: 391) could represent Cuphea or Diplusodon in the Lythraceae, or possibly some other member of the Myrtales.
The minimal information provided about Heterocolpites could apply equally to pollen of other lythraceous genera or other families of the Myrtales (cf.
from Myrtales in numerous morphological and anatomical characters
Gunneraceae, formerly often placed with Haloragaceae and Myrtales, came Out as sister of Myrothamnaceae in a combined morphological and molecular analysis by Drinnan et al.
The order Myrtales appears to be sister to the eurosid I clade (Soltis et al.
The impact of receptacular growth on polyandry in the Myrtales.
The architecture of inflorescences in the Myrtales.