Malvales


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Malvales

[mal′vā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of flowering plants in the subclass Dilleniidae having hypogynous flowers with valvate calyx, mostly separate petals, numerous centrifugal stamens, and a syncarpous pistil.
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In addition there are species feeding on Ericales (Dillenidae), Asterales, (Asteridae) Rhamnales (Rosidae), Malvales (Dillenidae), and Liliales (Liliidae).
Sterculiaceae is a member of Malvales, suggested by Ackery (1991) to be the ancestral host group for butterflies.
Wood and bark anatomy of Muntingiaceae: a phylogenetic comparison within Malvales s.
A reevaluation of the affinities of the Tepuianthaceae: molecular and morphological evidence for placement in the Malvales.
This work was to begin with volume 5, on Myrtales, and he himself was to write an account of the wood of Thymelaeaceae, now included in the Malvales (Alverson et al.
Flowering plants, Dicotyledons: Malvales, Capparales, and non-betalain Caryophyllales.
On the other hand, the presence of aluminum hyperaccumulation is probably very rare, dubious, and more difficult to explain within the Fagales (Fagaceae, Juglandaceae), Rosales (Ulmaceae), Malvales (Dipterocarpaceae), and Sapindales (Rutaceae).
Soyauxia 5/5); Goupiaceae (Goupia 1/1, W); Lacistemataceae (Lacistema 2/3); Violaceae (Allexis 2/2; Amphirrhox 3/4, W; Rinorea 1/5) Oxalidales Cunoniaceae (Acrophyllum 1/1; Anodopetalum 1/1; Aphanopetalum 1/1; Ceratopetalum 5/5; Gillbeea 1/1; Platylophus 1/1, W; Schizomeria 3/3, W; Spiraeanthemum 1/10) Rosales Ulmaceae (Trema) Eurosids II Malvales Dipterocarpaceae (Hopea) Myrtales Combretaceae (Combretum 2/21); Crypteroniaceae (Axinandra 2/2; Crypteronia 9/10; SJ); Melastomataceae (numerous genera, e.
In the Malvales and former Theales the occurrence of antesepalous staminodes is correlated with secondary multiplication of the other stamen whorl (Fig.
Abundant plant taxa included Moraceae, Malvales, Lecythidaceae, Sapotaceae, Fabales, and Apocynaceae.
Specialist cerambycids regularly recognize only two groups of plants at the ordinal level: Fabales and Malvales.