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Ronse de Craene 2010 and references), but it is very interesting that the evolution of corolla asymmetry has happened in a stepwise fashion, and may be evident as early (branching-wise) as in Oleaceae (Zhong & Kellogg 2015).

[Anthocerophyta Polysporangiophyta]: gametophyte leafless; archegonia embedded/sunken [only neck protruding]; sporophyte long-lived, chlorophyllous; cell walls with xylans. (2015) (38-)26(-13) m.y.; (56.5-)50, 44(-38.3) m.y. (Cusimano & Wicke 2016) and (38.5-)27.8(-17.3) m.y. pte), Demissew (2004: Cyclocheilaceae), Harley (2004: Nesogenaceae), papers in Folia Geobot. 2005, the Parasitic Plants website (Nickrent 1998 onwards), Heide-Jørgensen (2008) and Hjertsen (1995: Lindenbergia); for floral development, see Canne-Hilliker (1987), for corolla aestivation, see Eichler (1875) and Armstrong and Douglas (1989), for the development of the upper lip/galea of the corolla in Pedicularis, see W.-B. (2013), for pollen, see Minkin and Eshbaugh (1989), Lu et al. (2014: heteromorphism in Orobancheae) and Piwowarczyk et al. European Orobancheae), for ovules and seeds, see Takhtajan (2013), for ovules of Cyclocheilon, etc., see Junell (1934), for embryology, see Krishna Iyengar (1940b), Tiagi (1963) and Arekal (1963) and references, for embryo and endosperm, see Crété (1955), and for seed morphology, see Musselman and Mann (1976), Joel et al.

; γ whole nuclear genome duplication [palaeohexaploidy, gamma triplication], x = 21, PI-d B motif ; small deletion in the 18S ribosomal DNA common. ASTERIDS ET AL.] / PENTAPETALAE: root apical meristem closed; (cyanogenesis also via [iso]leucine, valine and phenylalanine pathways); flowers rather stereotyped: 5-merous, parts whorled; P = calyx corolla, the calyx enclosing the flower in bud, sepals with three or more traces, petals with a single trace; stamens = 2x K/C, in two whorls, internal/adaxial to the corolla whorl, alternating, (numerous, but then usually fasciculate and/or centrifugal); pollen tricolporate; ), whorled, placentation axile, style , stigma not decurrent; compitum ; endosperm nuclear; fruit dry, dehiscent, loculicidal [when a capsule]; RNase-based gametophytic incompatibility system present; floral nectaries with CRABSCLAW expression; (monosymmetric flowers with adaxial/dorsal CYC expression). [CARYOPHYLLALES ASTERIDS]: seed exotestal; embryo long. ASTERIDS / ASTERIDAE / ASTERANAE Takhtajan: nicotinic acid metabolised to its arabinosides; (iridoids ); tension wood decidedly uncommon; C enclosing A and G in bud, (connate [sometimes evident only early in development, petals then appearing to be free]); anthers dorsifixed? For a useful general discussion, including suggestions of apomorphies for some clades, see Soltis et al. Anderson Twining vines (erect); (iridoids from deoxyloganic acid - C-8 iridoid glucosides, unedoside); rays 0 [Thunbergia], (intraxylary phloem/bicollateral vascular bundles ); petiole bundles arcuate or annular with wing bundles; lamina vernation strongly curved; inflorescence with axillary flowers, or fasciculate, 2 or more flowers in the median plane of the leaf/inflorescence bract, adaxial flowers opening first; bracts 0, bracteoles very large, connate or not; K a rim, (with up to 16 linear lobes), C (not contorted); (staminode ), anthers with lignified unicellular hairs (multicellular awns), sagittate, (thecae slightly displaced), dehiscing by (elongated) pores (slits), connective elongated, endothecium 0; pollen 4-8-brevicolpate or spiraperturate; (adaxial carpel aborting - Mendoncia), stigma wet, small and sub-bilobed to trumpet-shaped and with broad and often unequal papillate lobes; capsule also septifragal, (fruit a 1-2-seeded drupe - Mendoncia); chalazal endosperm haustorium 0, secondary haustoria develop, embryo cell walls with xyloglucans [thick, pitted - amyloid - Thunbergia], (cotyledons twice folded - Mendoncia, etc.); n = 9, 28. Tropical America, Africa and Madagascar, fewer in South East Asia—Malesia. Crown-group Thunbergioideae are estimated to be (59.5-)47.2(-34.5) m.y.o. Synonymy: Mendonciaceae Bremekamp, Meyeniaceae Sreemadhavan, Thunbergiaceae Lilja 4. crown-group Avicennia to ca 42 m.y.; (39.3-)38.7(-38.4) m.y.

[BERBERIDOPSIDALES [SANTALALES [CARYOPHYLLALES ASTERIDS]]] / ASTERIDS ET AL. ; if nectary , gynoecial; , style single, long; ovules unitegmic, integument thick, endothelium , nucellar epidermis does not persist; exotestal [! (2005b); Kadereit (2004b) provided a summary of the order and its evolution. Avicennioideae Miers Trees; betaines , tanniniferous; wood with successive cambia, phloem islands occurring in bands of conjunctive tissue; vessels in radial multiples; nodes 3:3; petiole bundle annular; sclereids ; lamina thick, with salt glands on both sides, colleters ; inflorescence in dense thyrsoid spicate units[!

Sporophyte woody; stem branching lateral, meristems axillary; lateral root origin from the pericycle; cork cambium [producing cork abaxially], vascular cambium bifacial [producing phloem abaxially and xylem adaxially]. 2010) also show seedlings of Wightia as having "inflated tubers".

Growth of plant bipolar [roots with positive geotropic response]; plants heterosporous; megasporangium surrounded by cupule [i.e. [Photo - Flower.] Paulowniaceae are deciduous trees to climbers that may be recognised by their large, entire, opposite leaves and terminal inflorescences with large, monosymmetric flowers; the calyx is densely covered with brown indumentum. Erbar and Gülden (2011) noted that the terminal flowers in an inflorescence of Paulownia might have five stamens - peloria. Rehmannieae Rouy Plant rhizomatous; leaves spiral; bracts ± foliaceous, (bracteoles 0); (staminode ); stigma lobes sensitive; n = ?

here]; pollen tube growth intra-gynoecial; extragynoecial compitum 0; carpels plicate [?

here]; embryo sac bipolar, 8 nucleate, antipodal cells persisting; endosperm triploid.

All groups below are crown groups, nearly all are extant. The recently-described Eremitilla is very distinctive morphologically, i.a.