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Rosids, continued: malvids part II, fabids part I Brassicaceae Malvaceae Salicaceae Violaceae Basal eudicots Asterids Rosids Eudicots (Tricolpates) Angiosperm phylogeny

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Rosids, continued: malvids part II, fabids part I

Brassicaceae

Malvaceae

Salicaceae

Violaceae

Basal eudicots

Asterids Rosids

Eudicots (Tricolpates)

Angiosperm phylogeny

Rosids

Rosids

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B. oleracea var. capitata B. oleracea var. botritus

B. oleracea var. acephala

B. oleracea var. gemmifera

B. oleracea var. italica B. oleracea wild type

Brassicaceae (Cruciferae)

Brassicaceae (Cruciferae)

365 genera; 3,250 species

Habit: Leaves: Secondary compounds:

Brassicaceae (Cruciferae)

Note: Alternate family names with an -ae ending are accepted for a few families.

365 genera; 3,250 species

Brassicaceae (Cruciferae)

Symmetry: Perianth parts: Stamens: Pistils: Ovary position: Fruit type:

silicle: less than twice as long as wide, with two valves separating from the persistent placentae (replum) and false septum.

silique: the same as silicle, but more than twice as long as wide.

Brassicaceae (Cruciferae)

Abelmoschus esculentus

Malvaceae

Gossypium hirsutum

204 genera; 2,330 species

Habit: Leaves:

Malvaceae

204 genera; 2,330 species

Malvaceae

Symmetry: Perianth parts: Stamens: Pistils: Ovary position: Fruit type:

Rosids

Rosids

Salicaceae s.s.

2 genera; 435 species narrowly defined (Populus, Salix)

Populus trichocarpa

Malvaceae

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Habit: Leaves:

Salicaceae s.s.

2 genera; 435 species narrowly defined (Populus, Salix)

Salicaceae s.s.

Symmetry: Perianth parts: Stamens: Pistils: Ovary position: Fruit type:

Violaceae

22 genera; 950 species

Viola tricolor and hybrid cultivars

Habit: Leaves:

Violaceae

22 genera; 950 species

Violaceae

Symmetry: Perianth parts: Stamens: Pistils: Ovary position: Fruit type: