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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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.
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.
Despite its almost ubiquitous occurrence among angiosperms at order level, monosymmetry also shows special concentration in some suprafamilial clades: among rosids especially in Fabales of fabids and in malvids (Endress & Matthews, 2006), among asterids especially in Lamiales, Asterales and Dipsacales, and among monocots especially in commelinids.
2003) for Dipsacales, Chandler and Plunkett (2004) for Apiales, Lundberg and Bremer (2003) for Asterales, Oxelman et al.
Dipsacales phylogeny based on chloroplast sequences.
pumila [211] DIPSACALES Adoxaceae Sambucus nigra L.