Celastrales


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Celastrales

[‚sel·ə′strā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of dicotyledonous plants in the subclass Rosidae marked by simple leaves and regular flowers.
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The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants, Volume VI, Flowering Plants Dicotyledons: Celastrales, Oxalidales, Rosales, Cornales, Ericales, Springer, Berlin.
Phylogeny and delimitation of the Celastrales inferred from nuclear and plastid genes.
Flowering Plants-Dicotyledons, Celastrales, Oxalidales, Rosales, Cornales, Ericales.
There were no differences in mean percentage of mortality, crown loss, uprooting, or defoliation among the families Aquifoliaceae, Melastomataceae, Myrtaceae, and Rubiaceae, or the orders Celastrales, Ericales, Myrtales, and Rubiales (ANOVAs, arcsine square-root transformed data, P [greater than] 0.
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.
Comparative floral structure and systematics of Celastrales (Celastraceae, Parnassiaceae, Lepidobotryaceae).
Melchior (1964), Benson (1979), Cronquist (1981) and Rouleau (1981) classify Buxaceae in Euphorbiales; Takhtajan (1983) in Hamamelidales, suborder Buxineae; Thorne (1983) in Pittosporales, suborder Buxineae; Emberger (1960) in Terembinthales; Melchior (1964) in Celastrales, suborder Buxineae; Dahlgren (1980) and Young (1981) in Buxales.
Comparative floral structure in Celastrales (Celastraceae, Pamassiaceae, Lepidobotryaceae).
SAMPLES Host Mass of PLANT TAXA Environments No of fruits fruits (g) Arecales Arecaceae Syagrus flexuosa p-n 620 4,200 (Martius) Beccari Allogoptera leucocalyx c-n 264 2,350 (Drude) Kuntze Celastrales Hippocrateaceae Cheiloclinium cognatum c-n 161 1,471.
Comparative floral structure and systematics in Celastrales (Celastraceae, Parnassiaceae, Lepidobotryaceae).
characters are more in keeping with placement in Celastrales (Cronquist,
Prior to Samuelsson's (1913) investigation the relationships of empetrids to other plants were unclear, with various proposed systematic positions; for example, in the orders Euphorbiales (Don, 1827), Sapindales (Pax, 1891), or Celastrales (Hutchinson, 1969).