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- Magnoliids (or Magnoliidae or Magnolianae) are a group of flowering plants. Until recently, the group included about 9,000 species, including magnolias...
- with notable exceptions being magnolias and tulip trees which belong to magnoliids, and Ginkgo biloba, which is not an angiosperm. The close relationships...
- not actually trees; they are not woody nor is the stalk perennial. 17 magnoliid families include trees. Annonaceae (Custard apple family) Annona, Cherimoya...
- remaining dicot species, most belong to a third major clade known as the magnoliids, containing about 9,000 species. The rest include a paraphyletic grouping...
- not a monophyletic group). Rather, a number of lineages, such as the magnoliids and groups now collectively known as the basal angiosperms, diverged earlier...
- Winteraceae. The species is endemic to New Zealand. All Winteraceae are magnoliids, ****ociated with the humid Antarctic flora of the southern hemisphere...
- primitive dicotyledons, corresponding to about half of the plants in the magnoliids: cl**** 1. Magnoliopsida superorder 1. Magnolianae superorder 2. Lauranae...
- compared with hundreds of thousands of species of eudicots, monocots, and magnoliids. They diverged from the ancestral angiosperm lineage before the five groups...
- system (2003), and APG III system (2009) place this order in the clade magnoliids, cir****scribed as follows: In these systems, published by the APG, the...
- ginger. In the APG IV system, of 2016, this order is placed in the clade magnoliids and is cir****scribed as follows: order Piperales family Aristolochiaceae...
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