Liliopsida


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Liliopsida

[‚lil·ē′äp·səd·ə]
(botany)
The monocotyledons, making up a class of the Magnoliophyta; characterized generally by a single cotyledon, parallel-veined leaves, and stems and roots lacking a well-defined pith and cortex.
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Se registro solo un pteridofito: Adiantum poiretii; las 111 especies restantes pertenecen a la division Magnoliophyta, donde el 91% (100 especies) corresponden a la clase Magnoliopsida y el 9% (11 especies) a la clase Liliopsida (Apendice 1).
LILIOPSIDA CYPERACEAE Carex cherokeensis Schwein POACEAE Panicum dichotomum L.
The class Liliopsida represents monocot plants, and Magnoliopsida represents dicot plants.
x giganteus Greef and Deuter ex Hodkinson and Renvoize (Liliopsida: Poaceae: Andropogonaeae: Saccharinae) is being evaluated in the United States as a cellulosic feedstock crop (Heaton et al.
( ) Most plants have vascular bundles and belong to (1) Liliopsida (2) Magnoliopsida (3) Non-Vascular plants (4) Vascular plants.
Species 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Magnoliopsida Chenopodium murale X Leucaena leucocephala X Ricinus communis X Ulmus parviflora X Liliopsida Chamerops humilis X Washinglonia robusta X X Arundo donax X Cynodon dactylon X X Dactyloctenium aegyptium X Dicanthium annulatum X X X X Dicanthium aristatum X X X X Digitaria bicornis X Eleusine indica X Eragrostis barrelieri X Oplismenus hirtellus X Pennisetum ciliare X X X Sorghum bicolor X Sorghum halepense X X X Urochloa maxima X X X X X X X X X Urochloa mutica X X Urochloa panicoides X X Eichorna crassipes X
These 350 WOX members were divided into three clades, and the first clade (also called the ancient clade) contained 98 WOXs in 47 species from lower plants to seed plants, including 7 WOXs from green algae, 3 WOXs from bryophyta, 6 WOXs from Lycopodiophyta, 1 WOX from Gnetophyta, 3 WOXs from coniferophyta, 1 WOX from Ginkgophyta, 1 WOX from Amborella trichopoda, 13 WOXs from Liliopsida, and 63 WOXs from eudicots, which are homologous to Arabidopsis WOX10, WOX13, and WOX14.
Se adopto el sistema de clasificacion de Lumbsch y Huhndorf (2007) para Lecanoromycetes y el sistema de clasificacion de Cronquist (1981) para Liliopsida y Magnoliopsida, este ultimo con algunas modificaciones en ciertos grupos donde se adopto la clasificacion utilizada por Reveal y Chase (2011).