Typhaceae


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Typhaceae

[tī′fās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of monocotyledonous plants in the order Typhales characterized by an inflorescence of dense, cylindrical spikes and absence of a perianth.
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Taxa in Araceae, Nymphaceae, Pontederiaceae, and Typhaceae were nonmycorrhizal similar to the observations of Khan and Belik [41], Kai and Zhiwei [6], and Beck-Nielsen and Madsen [5].
H X Typhaceae Typha dominguensis Persson H X Verbenaceae Lippia nodiflora (L) Michaux H X
Family Name (Latin and Common): Typhaceae, the Cattail family
This name is given to a wide range of herbaceous plants with straight and flexible stems, characteristic of wet habitats, belonging to three families: Juncaceae, Cyperaceae, and Typhaceae. Their use, as with canes, goes beyond the littoral and neighboring environment and extends into the mainland, forming part of a common plant culture.
Other 6 large families compose 58 genera and 99 species (45.0 %); 20 families (Equusetaceae, Hypecoaceae, Caryophyllaceae, Frankeniaceae, Capparaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Geraniaceae, Biebersteiniaceae, Peganaceae, Elaeagnaceae, Apiaceae, Apocynaceae, Solanaceae, Scrophulariaceae, Plantaginaceae, Alliaceae, Asparagaceae, Najadaceae, Zosteraceae, Typhaceae) have only one genus and one species (9.09%).
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