By J. W. Kadereit (auth.), Professor Dr. Joachim W. Kadereit (eds.)
In this quantity, 24 flowering plant households comprising a complete of 911 genera are taken care of. They symbolize the asterid order Lamiales with the exception of Acanthaceae (including Avicenniaceae), so that it will be integrated in a later quantity. even though many of the constituent households of the order were well-known as being heavily similar some time past, the inclusion of the households Byblidaceae, Carlemanniaceae and Plocospermataceae is the outcome in general of modern molecular systematic examine. Keys for the identity of all genera are supplied, and sure phylogenetic relationships are mentioned commonly. To facilitate the popularity of relationships, households are cross-referenced the place useful. The wealth of knowledge contained during this quantity makes it an critical resource for anyone within the fields of natural and utilized plant sciences.
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Leaves 3-foliolate, terminal pinna often replaced by a triﬁd tendril with adhesive discs on tips. Inﬂorescence a terminal raceme. Calyx cupular, with a double margin, inner margin straight, outer margin undulate, coriaceous, without glands. Corolla yellowish or purple, tubular, bilabiate, curved. Stamens 4, included, anthers glabrous, thecae straight. Disc annular. Ovary oblong, smooth, ovules 2- to multiseriate per locule. Capsule elliptic, ﬂattened, woody, smooth, without lenticels. Seeds glabrous, winged.
Ovary linear, subterete, lepidote, ovules 2-seriate per locule. Disc annular. Capsule linear, ﬂattened, woody, smooth, without lenticels. Seeds glabrous, bialate, wings hyaline-membranaceous. One species, M. ) K. , western Amazonia. 69. C. C. Gomes, Arch. Jard. Bot. Rio de Janeiro 9: 83 (1949). Liana, stems with 4 phloem arms in cross section, branchlets pubescent, cylindrical but with ca. 8 ribs, without interpetiolar glands, with interpetiolar ridge, pseudostipules small or absent. Leaves 3-foliolate, terminal pinna often replaced by much-branched (to 22-ﬁd) tendril.
Inﬂorescence an axillary thyrse. Calyx tubular, 2–5-parted, without glands. Corolla red, tubular. Stamens 4, exserted, anthers glabrous, thecae slightly curved. Ovary ellipsoid, lepidote. Disc annular. Capsule linear, ﬂattened, smooth. Seeds bialate, wings papery. One species, P. ) Pichon, from Espirito Santo to Piaui, Brazil. 81. Pithecoctenium Mart. ex Meisn. Pithecoctenium Mart. , Pl. Vasc. Gen. 1: 300; 2: 208 (1840); Gentry, Fl. Ecuador 7: 116–120 (1977), reg. rev. Lianas, stems with multiples of 4 phloem arms in cross section, branchlets hexagonal, glabrous to pubescent, without interpetiolar glands, with interpetiolar ridge, pseudostipules spathulate.