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Subclass: Asteridae Order: Scrophulariales Family: Bignoniaceae “bignonia”

Subclass: Asteridae Order: Scrophulariales Family: Bignoniaceae “bignonia” 1. Woody perennials; mostly vines. 2. Opposite leaves; mostly pinnately compound. Subclass: Asteridae Order: Scrophulariales Family: Bignoniaceae “bignonia” 1. Woody perennials; mostly vines.

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Subclass: Asteridae Order: Scrophulariales Family: Bignoniaceae “bignonia”

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  1. Subclass: Asteridae Order: Scrophulariales Family: Bignoniaceae “bignonia” • 1. Woody perennials; mostly vines. • 2. Opposite leaves; mostly pinnately compound.

  2. Subclass: Asteridae Order: Scrophulariales Family: Bignoniaceae “bignonia” • 1. Woody perennials; mostly vines. • 2. Opposite leaves; mostly pinnately compound. • 3. Flower irregular or nearly regular. • 4. Petals and sepals 5-merous. • 5. Stamen 4 (2 or 5). • 6. Fruit a capsule; often winged seeds. • Trumpet creeper Campsis radiacans

  3. Subclass: Magnoliidae Order: Magnoliales Family: Magnoliaceae “magnolia” • 1. Trees or shrubs. • 2. Leaves alternate,simple, stipulate. • 3. Solitary flowers; perfect; regular.

  4. Subclass: Magnoliidae Order: Magnoliales Family: Magnoliaceae “magnolia” • 1. Trees or shrubs. • 2. Leaves alternate,simple, stipulate. • 3. Solitary flowers; perfect; regular. • 4. Numerous flower parts spirally arranged. • Liriodendrom, Magnolia

  5. Subclass: Liliidae Order: Liliales Family: Liliaceae • 1. Herbaceous perennials • 2. Actinomorphic

  6. Subclass: Liliidae Order: Liliales Family: Liliaceae • 1. Herbaceous perennials • 2. Actinomorphic • 3. 3-merous (6 stamen)

  7. Subclass: Liliidae Order: Liliales Family: Liliaceae • 1. Herbaceous perennials • 2. Actinomorphic • 3. 3-merous (6 stamen) • 4. Ovary mostly superior • Lilium, Smilacina, Allium

  8. Subclass: Commelinidae Order: CommelinalesFamily: Commelinaceae • 1. Herbs with succulent stems. • 2. Leaves with closed basal sheath.

  9. Subclass: Commelinidae Order: CommelinalesFamily: Commelinaceae • 1. Herbs with succulent stems. • 2. Leaves with closed basal sheath. • 3. Sepals 3, green. • 4. Petals usually 3, usually blue.

  10. Subclass: Commelinidae Order: CommelinalesFamily: Commelinaceae • 1. Herbs with succulent stems. • 2. Leaves with closed basal sheath. • 3. Sepals 3, green. • 4. Petals usually 3, usually blue. • 5. Filaments often hairy. • 6. Ovary superier; 3 carpels, 3 locules. • 7. Six (6) stamen, 3 often stamenoid. • Trandescantia “spiderwort” • Commelina “day flower”

  11. Subclass: Liliidae Order: Liliales Family: Iridaceae • 1. Herbaceous perennials

  12. Subclass: Liliidae Order: Liliales Family: Iridaceae • 1. Herbaceous perennials • 2. Equitant Leaves • 3. Mostly Irregular, Actinomorphic

  13. Subclass: Liliidae Order: Liliales Family: Iridaceae • 1. Herbaceous perennials • 2. Equitant Leaves • 3. Mostly Irregular, Actinomorphic • 4. 3-merous (3 stamen) • 5. Ovary mostly inferior

  14. Subclass: Liliidae Order: Liliales Family: Iridaceae • 1. Herbaceous perennials • 2. Equitant Leaves • 3. Mostly Irregular, Actinomorphic • 4. 3-merous (3 stamen) • 5. Ovary mostly inferior • 6. Fruit: capsule • Iris, Gladiolus, Crocus, Belamcanda

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