Trochodendrales


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Trochodendrales

[‚träk·ō·den′drā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of dicotyledonous trees in the subclass Hamamelidae characterized by primitively vesselless wood and unique, elongate, often branched idioblasts in the leaves.
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In total 17 orders (Acorales, Arecales, Buxales, Celastrales, Ceratophyllales, Crossosomatales, Dilleniales, Escalloniales, Garryales, Gunnerales, Huerteales, Paracryphiales, Petrosaviales, Picramniales, Santalales, Trochodendrales, Zygophyllales) remain blank spots on the angiosperm orbicule-map because no data on orbicules is available (Fig.
Floral structure, systematics and phylogeny in Trochodendrales.
The sources for characters 38 through 47 are as follows: Gunnera (Praglowski, 1970; Jarzen, 1980; Jarzen & Dettmann, 1989), Proserpinaca (Praglowski, 1970); Ascarina (Walker & Walker, 1984), Aucuba (Chao, 1954), Griselinia (Heusser, 1971) Cercidiphyllum, Trochodendrales, Hamamelidaceae (Zavada & Dilcher, 1986; Hufford & Crane, 1989; Endress, 1993a, 1993b, 1993c); Platanus (Kubitzki, 1993a); Lopezia (Patel et al.