Definition of Magnoliidae. Meaning of Magnoliidae. Synonyms of Magnoliidae

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Definition of Magnoliidae

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Meaning of Magnoliidae from wikipedia

- Magnoliids (or Magnoliidae or Magnolianae) are a group of flowering plants. Until recently, the group included about 9,000 species, including magnolias...
- Magnoliidae is a botanical subcl**** name; it may refer to: Magnoliids, a major group of basal angiosperms. Magnoliidae sensu Chase & Reveal, a botanical...
- this internal taxonomy: cl**** Magnoliopsida [= dicotyledons] subcl**** Magnoliidae subcl**** Nymphaeidae subcl**** Nelumbonidae subcl**** Ranunculidae subcl****...
- Cronquist system. In the Dahlgren and the Thorne systems, the subcl**** name Magnoliidae was used for the dicotyledons. This is also the case in some of the systems...
- have been downgraded from a division (Magnoliophyta) to a subcl**** (Magnoliidae), and the superorder has become the rank that distinguishes the major...
- recognized this family, but placed it in order Nymphaeales in subcl**** Magnoliidae in cl**** Magnoliopsida (=dicotyledons), based on gross morphological...
- alongside the 2009 revision in which the flowering plants form the Subcl**** Magnoliidae. The internal cl****ification of this group has undergone considerable...
- Magnoliidae is a subcl**** of Equisetopsida in the sense used by Mark W. Chase and James L. Reveal in their 2009 article "A phylogenetic cl****ification...
- orders and 440 families Cl**** Magnoliopsida [= angiosperms ] Subcl**** Magnoliidae [= dicotyledons ] Superorder Magnolianae Superorder Nymphaeanae Superorder...
- Thorne. In the 1989 revision, published by his wife, the alternate names Magnoliidae and Liliidae were dropped in favour of Dicotyledon and Monocotyledon...
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