Hydrocharitales


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Hydrocharitales

[‚hī·drō‚kar·ə′tā·lēz]
(botany)
A monofamilial order of aquatic monocotyledonous plants in the subclass Alismatidae.
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Hydrilla, hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle (Hydrocharitales: Hydrocharitaceae), a submersed, leafy-stemmed vascular hydrophyte, roots in the soil of water bodies and grows upwards producing thick floating mats at the water's surface.
Zuccarello (C; L) PHYLUM MAGNOLIOPHYTA Clase Angiospermae Superorden Alismatiflorae Orden Hydrocharitales Familia Hydrocharitaceae Halophila Du Petit Thouars, 1806 Halophila decipiens ostenfeld (2; S y C; L) Halophila engelmanni Ascherson (2; S y C; L) Thalassia Banks ex Konig in Konig & Sims, 1805 Thalassia testudinum Banks ex Konig (2; S y C; L) Orden Potamogetonales Familia Cymodoceaceae Halodule Endlicher, 1981 Halodule wrightii Ascherson (2; S y C; L) Syringodium Kutzing in Hohenacker, 1860 Syringodium filiforme Kutzing in Hohenacker (2; S y C; L) Familia Ruppiaceae Ruppia Linnaeus, 1753 Ruppia maritima Linnaeus (7; S y C; L)