Polemoniales

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Polemoniales

[‚päl·ə‚mō·nē′ā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of dicotyledonous plants in the subclass Asteridae, characterized by sympetalous flowers, a regular, usually five-lobed corolla, and stamens equal in number and alternate with the petals.
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10) shared with Helwingia (ambiguous for Phyllonoma), (5) nested within Solanales as sister to the Montiniaceae (Fig.
(Cucurbitales: Cucurbitaceae) and Datura wrightii Regel (Solanales: Solanaceae) plants.
This pest was observed on young and mature Ipomoea batatas (L.) (Solanales: Convolvulaceae) leaves in Diamantina, Minas Gerais State, Brazil.
Dentro del orden Solanales, comparte antepasados evolutivos con las familias Solanaceae, Cuscutaceae y Polemoniaceae que usualmente tienen hojas alternas, flores actinomorfas, petalos unidos, cinco estambres, y un ovario supero que no esta partido en cuatro (MOHLENBROCK, 1990), caracteristicas que, ademas de ser compartidas taxonomicamente, podrian sugerir afinidad en los habitos de arvenses agresivas comunes a varias especies de estas familias y con un reconocido y marcado exito en la adaptacion a ambientes variados, disturbados y agrestes.
(*) Asterales: Asteraceae Helianthus annuus (*) Asterales: Asteraceae Ipomoea pes-caprae Solanales: Convolvulaceae Kalanchoe blossfeldiana (*) Saxifragales: Crassulaceae Mangifera indica Sapindales: Anacardiaceae Portulaca oleracea (*) Caryophyllales: Portulacaceae Swietenia mahagoni Sapindales: Meliaceae Tagetes patula Asterales: Asteraceae Zinnia elegans (*) Asterales: Asteraceae Food plant Common name Reference Aloe indica Aloe Raut & Barker (2002) Annona squamosa Sugar apple Rao & Singh (2002) Cosmos spp.
(Solanales: Solanaceae) is an ancient herbal medicine and has been used for years in China.
Solanales. Monosymmetry is rare in Convolvulaceae, most pronounced in Ipomoea lobata, with the corolla, androecium, and gynoecium bent, and Humbertia, with the androecium and gynoecium bent (Deroin, 1992).
However, it is especially concentrated in Sapindales, Brassicales, and Solanales. It is correlated with monochasial branching systems.
'Nadia' (Solanales: Solanaceae)] seeds were germinated in 200-unit seedling trays and transferred into 15.2 cm diameter pots filled with Fafard 2S or 4S Mix growing media (Conrad Fafard Inc., Agawam, Massachusetts).