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- Liliopsida Batsch (synonym: Liliatae) is a botanical name for the cl**** containing the family Liliaceae (or Lily Family). It is considered synonymous (or...
- Cronquist's (1966) Liliatae. Later (1981) Cronquist changed Liliatae to Liliopsida, usages also adopted by Takhtajan simultaneously. Thorne (1992) and Dahlgren...
- cl****ified as follows: Kingdom: Plantae Division: Magnoliophyta Cl****: Liliopsida Order: Liliales Family: Liliaceae Genus: Pine, Wattles, Milkvetch, Dandelion...
- Takhtajan, who named them the Commelinidae and ****igned them as a subcl**** to Liliopsida (monocots). The name was also used in the 1981 Cronquist system. However...
- The Takhtajan system treats this as one of six subcl****es within cl**** Liliopsida (= monocotyledons). This subcl**** consists of: subcl**** Liliidae superorder...
- system of 1981 ****igned the order to the subcl**** Arecidae in the cl**** Liliopsida (= monocotyledons). The Thorne system (1992) and the Dahlgren system ****igned...
- or Liliopsida which in the Cronquist system are called Magnoliopsida (at the rank of cl****, formed from the family name Magnoliaceae) and Liliopsida (at...
- Takhtajan system treats this as one of six subcl****es within the cl**** Liliopsida (=monocotyledons). It consists of: subcl**** Alismatidae superorder Alismatanae...
- This is a comprehensive list of the vascular plants of the Karelian Isthmus, a land m**** in Russia connected to Finland on one side and otherwise surrounded...
- The Phitsanulok Province of Thailand is home to a plethora of animal and plant species, including a number of endangered, vulnerable and near threatened...
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