Haloragaceae


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Haloragaceae

[‚hal·ə·rə′gās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous plants in the order Haloragales distinguished by an apical ovary of 2-4 loculi, small inflorescences, and small, alternate or opposite or whorled, exstipulate leaves.
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Haloragaceae is a cosmopolitan family of saxifragalean affinities with eight genera and about 120 species ranging from xeric to submerged aquatic plants (Moody and Les, 2007).
Phylogenetic systematics and character evolution in the angiosperm family Haloragaceae.
on the floral anatomy of Haloragaceae, considered the floral vasculature of Gunnera "so reduced as to be useless for comparison with
with Haloragaceae in much of the taxonomic literature by placement in
Doyle & Scogin, 1988b; Doyle, 1990), Haloragaceae and Gunnera differ
Gunneraceae near Vitaceae, Haloragaceae, and Cornaceae within the
Orchard (1975) supported the affinity of Haloragaceae and
been suggested between Balanophoraceae, Gunnera and Haloragaceae on the
affinity with Haloragaceae in its leaf architecture.
with Haloragaceae based on genetic data (Morgan & Soltis, 1993;
The pollen morphology of the Haloragaceae with reference to taxonomy.