Theophrastaceae


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Theophrastaceae

[‚thē·ə·fras′tās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of tropical and subtropical dicotyledonous woody plants in the order Primulales characterized by flowers having staminodes alternate with the corolla lobes.
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117], Rosaceae [33, 35, 72], Theophrastaceae [139], Winteraceae
141, 165, 166, 222], Theophrastaceae [139], Thymelaeaceae
Orchidaceae [117], Primulaceae [5],, Theophrastaceae [139]
Theophrastaceae [139], Verbenaceae [5], Violaceae [73],
35], Rutaceae [119], Solanaceae [131], Theophrastaceae [139],
Lauraceae [74], Theophrastaceae [139], Violaceae [73]
2005) Among species variation in floral scent composition Magnoliaceae, 11, 240, 264: Orchidaceae, 13, 15, 17, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30, 53, 76, 80, 98, 117, 119, 181, 243, 253, 255; Apiaceae, 31, 246; Fumariaceae, 56; Amaryllidaceae, 63; Sterculiaceae, 67; Arecaceae, 68, 137, 143; Moraceae, 82; Ranunculaceae, 85, 208, 209; Myrsinaceae, 103; Araceae, 133, 146, 262; Ericaceae, 136; Theophrastaceae, 139; Lecythidaceae, 144; Nyctaginaceae, 151; Passifloraceae, 157; Winteraceae, 239; Fabaceae, 212; Salicaceae, 245; Rutaceae, 247; Caryophyllaceae, 112; Annonaceae, 111 Phenetic and phylogenetic analysis using floral scent 13, 56, 63, 80, 112, 157, 240, Levin et al.