Urticales


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Urticales

[‚ərd·ə′kā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of dicotyledons in the subclass Hamamelidae; woody plants or herbs with simple, usually stipulate leaves, and reduced clustered flowers that usually have a vestigial perianth.
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For example, under the classification of Cronquist (1981), the diverse host list of the nymphalid tribe Nymphalini includes as dominant themes three families in the order Urticales (Hamamelidae), two in Rosales (Rosidae), one in Salicales (Dillenidae), and two in Fagales (Hamamelidae).
Cecropiaceae, a new family of the Urticales. Taxon 27:39-44.
Morphotypes of Hungarian fossil Celtis (Urticales) stones.
Systematic importance of spodograms in the Urticales. J.
Jan 1999 Cerrado 163 Psidium kennedyanum Morong Jun 1998 Pantanal 151 Apr 1999 May 1999 Jun 1999 Moraceae (Urticales) Sorocea sprucei saxicola Oct 1998 Sierra 222 (Hassler) C.
* Ficus benjamina; family Moraceae, order Unisexuales or Urticales
* Ficus tsjakela; family Moraceae, order Unisexuales or Urticales
Cronquist (1988) aligned Physenaceae with Urticales. Takhtajan (1987) recognized Physena as the monotypic family Physenaceae, placing it within Sapindales.