Definition of Liliaceae. Meaning of Liliaceae. Synonyms of Liliaceae

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Definition of Liliaceae

Liliaceae
Petaloideous Pet`al*oid"e*ous, a. (Bot.) Having the whole or part of the perianth petaline. Petaloideous division, that division of endogenous plants in which the perianth is wholly or partly petaline, embracing the Liliace[ae], Orchidace[ae], Amaryllide[ae], etc.

Meaning of Liliaceae from wikipedia

- ✶ P3+3 A3+3 G(3) The lily family, Liliaceae, consists of about 254 genera and about 4075 known species of flowering plants within the order Liliales....
- Liliaceae genera has been much reduced by modern molecular phylogenetic based taxonomy. The current taxonomy of Liliaceae treats the family Liliaceae...
- much reorganisation and at various times was combined with the related Liliaceae. Since 2009, a very broad view has prevailed based on phylogenetics, and...
- families of plants, included Allium and related genera as a grouping within Liliaceae as Section IV, Les Oignons (Onions), or Cepae in Latin. De Jussieu is...
- Liliaceae had become vast and complicated. Baker placed Ornithogalum in the tribe Scilleae, one of eight tribes into which he divided the Liliaceae....
- The taxonomy of Liliaceae has had a complex history since the first description of this flowering plant family in the mid-eighteenth century. Originally...
- plants in the family Amaryllidaceae, formerly often treated in the family Liliaceae Nerine, a genus of about 20–30 species of South African plants in the...
- complex and controversial. The tulip is a member of the lily family, Liliaceae, along with 14 other genera, where it is most closely related to Amana...
- within the lilioid monocots. This order of necessity includes the family Liliaceae. The APG III system (2009) places this order in the monocot clade. In...
- families Liliaceae and Amaryllidaceae. The Liliaceae had eight subfamilies and the Amaryllidaceae four. In this rearrangement of Liliaceae, with fewer...
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