Dipsacales


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Dipsacales

[‚dip·sə′kā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of dicotyledonous herbs and shrubs in the subclass Asteridae characterized by an inferior ovary and usually opposite leaves.
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Phylogeny and biogeography of Valerianaceae (Dipsacales) with special reference to the South American valerians.
Phylogenetics of Caprifolieae and Lonicera (Dipsacales) based on nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequences.
A-[234], B-[12345], C-[23456], D-[01], E- [12], F-[02], G-[2345], H-[345], I-[124], J-[123], K-[012], L-[013], M-[13], N-[01234], O-[014], P-[123456], Q-[34], R-[03], S-[23], T- [45], U-[1234], V-[0123], W-[14], X-[24], Y-[15] Character 1 Paeoniaceae Paeonia 0 1 0 2 Vitaceae Vitis 0 0 0 -- Acanthaceae Avicennia Lamiales 0 0 D E Acanthaceae Acanthus Lamiales 0 1 D F Actinidiaceae Actinidia Ericales D 1 0 2 Adoxaceae Viburnum Dipsacales 0 0 D F Alseuosmiaceae Alseuosmia Asterales D 1 0 0 Apiaceae Apium Apiales D 0 D 2 Apocynaceae Alstonia Gentianales 0 1 0 D Aquifoliaceae Ilex Aquifoliales 1 0 0 2 Araliaceae Aralia Apiales D 0 0 2 Aralidiaceae Aralidium Apiales 1 ?
(2007), analizaron el patron morfologico de las especies de esta familia registradas para la zona; mientras que los taxones de las familias Valerianaceae y Caprifoliaceae, estan siendo analizadas como parte de la revision taxonomica y palinologica del orden Dipsacales para el Nororiente colombiano (Mercado-Gomez et al.
Die Nektarien der Dipsacales und ihre systematiche bedeutung.
Preliminary phylogeny of Valerianaceaae (Dipsacales) inferred from nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequence data.
Bolli; Dipsacales: Adoxaceae), and mimosa (Albizia julibrissin Durazz.; Fabales: Fabaceae), exist in woodlands bordering crops (Jones & Sullivan 1982; Tillman & Cottrell 2015).
We also added four outgroup taxa: Lonicera japonica (Plunkett 2255, NY; GB accessions KC881530 and KC881536) and Sambucus canadensis (Plunkett 2256, NY; GB accessions KC881531 and KC881537) from Dipsacales, and Helwingia japonica (Xiang 04C62, NCSC; GB accessions KC881528 and KC881534) and Ilex opaca (Plunkett 2262, NY; GB accessions KC881529 and KC881535) from Aquifoliales.
(Dipsacales: Adoxaceae), were transferred per fruit with the aid of a fine brush.
Molecular developmental studies on monosymmetry have been carried out especially on such groups in eudicots, such as Fabaceae (Ree et al., 2004; Citerne et al., 2003, 2006; Feng et al., 2006; Wang et al., 2008), Lamiales (Cubas et al., 1999a, b; Moller et al., 1999; Citerne et al., 2000; Hileman & Baum, 2003; Reeves & Olmstead, 2003; Smith et al., 2004; Vincent & Coen, 2004; Aagaard et al., 2005; Davies et al., 2006; Baxter et al., 2007; Xiao & Wang, 2007; Du & Wang, 2008; Gao et al., 2008; Zhou et al., 2008), Asterales (Teeri et al., 2006; Broholm et al., 2008; Chapman et al., 2008; Kim et al., 2008), Dipsacales (Howarth & Donoghue, 2005, 2008).