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Polygonoideae

Polygonoideae is a subfamily of plants in the family Polygonaceae. It includes a number of plants that can be highly invasive, such as Japanese knotweed, Reynoutria japonica, and its hybrid with R. sachalinensis, R. × bohemica. Boundaries between ...

                                               

Salicornioideae

The Salicornioideae are a subfamily of the flowering plant family Amaranthaceae. Important characters are succulent, often articulated stems, strongly reduced leaves, and flowers aggregated in thick, dense spike-shaped thyrses. These halophytic p ...

                                               

Salsoloideae

These are herbs, subshrubs, shrubs and some trees. Stems and leaves are often succulent. The ovary contains a spiral embryo. In most genera, scarious wings develop at the outside of the fruiting perianth, allowing for dispersal by the wind anemoc ...

                                               

Suaedoideae

The Suaedoideae have well-developed leaves. Except for genus Bienertia, the leaves show a central and many lateral vascular bundles. The leaves are neither decurrent nor amplexicaul. Inflorescences axillary whorls. Free flowers sitting in the axi ...

                                               

Amygdaloideae

Amygdaloideae is a subfamily within the flowering plant family Rosaceae. It was formerly considered by some authors to be separate from Rosaceae, and the family names Prunaceae and Amygdalaceae have been used. Reanalysis from 2007 has shown that ...

                                               

Aurantioideae

Aurantioideae is the subfamily within the rue and citrus family that contains the citrus. The subfamilys center of diversity is in the monsoon region of eastern Australasia, extending west through South Asia into Africa, and eastwards into Polyne ...

                                               

Bombacoideae

Bombacoideae is a subfamily of the mallow family, Malvaceae. It contains herbaceous and woody plants. Their leaves are alternate, commonly palmately lobed, with small and caducous stipules. Flowers are hermaphroditic and actinomorphic, the calyx ...

                                               

Brownlowioideae

Brownlowioideae is a subfamily of the botanical family Malvaceae. The genera in this subfamily used to be a part of the paraphyletic Tiliaceae until taxonomic revisions in part by the APG II system.

                                               

Caesalpinioideae

Caesalpinioideae is a botanical name at the rank of subfamily, placed in the large family Fabaceae or Leguminosae. Its name is formed from the generic name Caesalpinia. It is known also as the peacock flower subfamily. The Caesalpinioideae are ma ...

                                               

Cercidoideae

Cercidoideae is a subfamily in the pea family, Fabaceae. Well-known members include Cercis, including species widely cultivated as ornamental trees in the United States and Europe, Bauhinia, widely cultivated as an ornamental tree in tropical Asi ...

                                               

Cucurbitoideae

The Cucurbitoideae are a subfamily of the flowering plant family Cucurbitaceae. The Cucurbitaceae are divided into two subfamilies, the Zanonioideae, probably a paraphyletic group of remainders, and the well-supported monophyletic Cucurbitoideae. ...

                                               

Dialioideae

The subfamily Dialioideae is one of the subdivisions of the plant family Fabaceae. This subfamily includes many tropical trees and shrubs. The subfamily consists of 17 genera, which are widespread throughout the tropics. It has the following clad ...

                                               

Dombeyoideae

Dombeyoideae is a widely distributed subfamily of the Malvaceae, as proposed by the APG. Most of the plants placed here were once assembled with more or less related genera in the paraphyletic Sterculiaceae, a lesser number were placed in the Til ...

                                               

Dryadoideae

The Dryadoideae subfamily of the Rosaceae consists of four genera, all of which contain representative species with root nodules that host the nitrogen-fixing bacterium Frankia. They are subshrubs, shrubs, or small trees with a base chromosome nu ...

                                               

Faboideae

The Faboideae are a subfamily of the flowering plant family Fabaceae or Leguminosae. An acceptable alternative name for the subfamily is Papilionoideae, or Papilionaceae when this group of plants is treated as a family. This subfamily is widely d ...

                                               

Grewioideae

Grewioideae is a subfamily of the family Malvaceae and was first described by Hochreutiner. The group is named after its type genus, Grewia, which is named for the English scientist Nehemiah Grew. It contains a number of genera that were previous ...

                                               

Helicteroideae

Helicteroideae is a subfamily of the family Malvaceae. Some taxonomists place genera in Helicteroideae in distinct families Durionaceae and Helicteraceae, while others recognizes the tribes Durioneae and Helictereae.

                                               

Juglandoideae

Jugandoideae is a subfamily of the walnut family Juglandaceae. This species was first described by Koizumi in 1937 under the name "Drupoideae" based on drupe fruit of the walnut and Caria. This name was rejected because it was not based on the na ...

                                               

Malvoideae

Malvoideae is a botanical name at the rank of subfamily, which includes in the minimum the genus Malva. It was first used by Burnett in 1835, but was not much used until recently, where, within the framework of the APG System, which unites the fa ...

                                               

Monotoideae

Monotoideae is a subfamily of the flowering plant family Dipterocarpaceae, with 3 genera and 30 species. It is native to the rainforest habitat of Africa and Madagascar, as well as South America. The geographical discontinuity can be traced back ...

                                               

Myrtoideae

                                               

Octolepidoideae

Octolepidoideae is a subfamily and one of the earliest branches of the Thymelaeaceae family. This species inherited multiple morphological character states from its ancestor, Thymelaeaceae. The calyx of a typical octolepidoideae is 5-merous. Rese ...

                                               

Pakaraimoideae

Pakaraimoideae is a subfamily of Cistaceae family of flowering plants with just one genus and a single species Pakaraimaea dipterocarpacea, from Guyana, and Venezuela in South America. It is found in the Imbaimadai Savanna, the adjacent Partang S ...

                                               

Rosoideae

The rose subfamily Rosoideae consists of more than 850 species, including many shrubs, perennial herbs, and fruit plants such as strawberries and brambles. Only a few are annual herbs. The contours of the Rosoideae is still not quite sure, recent ...

                                               

Sterculioideae

Sterculioideae is a subfamily of the family Malvaceae containing evergreen and deciduous trees and shrubs. Molecular-a 2006 study revealed Sterculioideae is likely to be a monophyletic group, and that he had four major clades within it. However, ...

                                               

Tilioideae

Tilioideae is a flowering plant subfamily in the family Malvaceae, though it was formerly considered a large group, placed at family rank and called Tiliaceae. Under the APG III system, in a large family Malvaceae recognized. It is formed by comb ...

                                               

Toddalioideae

Stauranthus. Orixa. (Огіхабыл) Sarcomelicope. Hortia. Diphasia. Halforida. Toddalia. Ptelea. Fagaropsis. Dictamnus. Skimmia. Amyris. (Амирис) Toddaliopsis. Teclea. Balfourodendron. Casimiroa. Oricia. Acronychia. Melicope. Phellodendron. Maclurode ...

                                               

Aroideae

Aroideae is a subfamily of flowering plants in the family Araceae. It is the largest subfamily in Araceae and consists of about 72 different genera, and 2.300 species. Many Aroideae have spiny pollen grains without a sporopollenin outer exine lay ...

                                               

Lasioideae

Lasioideae is a subfamily of flowering plants in the family Araceae. It contains 10 genera: Anaphyllopsis, Anaphyllum, Cyrtosperma, Dracontioides, Dracontium, Lasia, Lasimorpha, Podolasia, Pycnospatha, and Urospatha.

                                               

Monsteroideae

Monsteroideae is a subfamily of flowering plants in the family Araceae. It contains genera including: Alloschemone, Amydrium, Anadendrum, Epipremnum, Heteropsis, Holochlamys, Monstera, Rhaphidophora, Rhodospatha, Scindapsus, Spathiphyllum, and St ...

                                               

Orontioideae

Orontioideae is a subfamily of flowering plants in the family Araceae. The subfamily consists of three genera namely, Lysichiton, Orontium, and Symplocarpus. Characteristics of Orontioideae include medium sized pollen grains and subterranean stem ...

                                               

Pothoideae

Pothoideae is a subfamily of flowering plants in the family Araceae. The subfamily consists of four genera namely, Anthurium, Pothos, Pedicellarum, and Pothoidium. It contains two tribes, Anthurieae and Pothoeae. The species in the subfamily are ...

                                               

Zamioculcadoideae

Zamioculcadoideae is a subfamily of flowering plants in the family Araceae that consists of two genera, Zamioculcas and Gonatopus. It was proposed in 2005 by Bogner and Hesse after molecular studies indicated the need for the subfamily. There are ...

                                               

Agavoideae

Agavoideae is a subfamily of monocot flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae, order Asparagales. It has previously been treated as a separate family, Agavaceae. The group includes many well-known desert and dry-zone types, such as the agaves ...

                                               

Allioideae

Allioideae is a subfamily of monocot flowering plants in the family Amaryllidaceae, order Asparagales. It was formerly treated as a separate family, Alliaceae. The subfamily name is derived from the generic name of the type genus, Allium. It is c ...

                                               

Amaryllidoideae

Amaryllidoideae is a subfamily of monocot flowering plants in the family Amaryllidaceae, order Asparagales. The most recent APG classification, APG III, takes a broad view of the Amaryllidaceae, which then has three subfamilies, one of which is A ...

                                               

Asparagoideae

Asparagoideae is a subfamily of monocot flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae, order Asparagales, according to the APG III system of 2009. The subfamily name is derived from the generic name of the type genus, Asparagus. The group has previ ...

                                               

Asphodeloideae

Asphodeloideae is a subfamily of the monocot family Asphodelaceae in the order Asparagales. It has previously been treated as a separate family, Asphodelaceae sensu stricto. The family Asphodelaceae has now been proposed to be a nomen conservandu ...

                                               

Brodiaeoideae

Brodiaeoideae are a monocot subfamily of flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae, order Asparagales. They have been treated as a separate family, Themidaceae. They are native to Central America and western North America, from British Columbia ...

                                               

Crocoideae

Crocoideae is one of the major subfamilies in the family Iridaceae. It contains plants that are widely distributed in the Old world, mainly in Africa, but there are species like some members of the genera Before and gladiolus that are native to E ...

                                               

Hemerocallidoideae

Hemerocallidoideae is the botanical name of a subfamily of flowering plants, part of the family Asphodelaceae sensu lato in the monocot order Asparagales according to the APG system of 2016. Earlier classification systems treated the group as a s ...

                                               

Iridoideae

Iridoideae is one of the two main subfamilies in the popular family Iridaceae. It contains the best-known genus - Iris. The members of this subfamily are widely distributed worldwide. They grow in all continents except Antarctica. They produces t ...

                                               

Lomandroideae

Lomandroideae is a subfamily of monocot flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae, order Asparagales, according to the APG III system of 2009. The subfamily name is derived from the generic name of the type genus, Lomandra. The group has previo ...

                                               

Nivenioideae

Nivenioideae is a subfamily of flowering plants and one of the six subfamilies in the family Iridaceae. It contains three genera, from South Africa which are the only true shrubs in the family, It previously included Aristea, Patersonia and also ...

                                               

Nolinoideae

Nolinoideae is a monocot subfamily of the family Asparagaceae in the APG III system of 2009. It used to be treated as a separate family, Ruscaceae s.l. The family name is derived from the generic name of the type genus, Nolina. The subfamily incl ...

                                               

Scilloideae

Scilloideae is a subfamily of bulbous plants within the family Asparagaceae. Scilloideae is sometimes treated as a separate family Hyacinthaceae, named after the genus Hyacinthus. Scilloideae or Hyacinthaceae include many familiar garden plants s ...

                                               

Bromelioideae

Bromelioideae is a subfamily of the bromeliads. This subfamily is the most diverse, represented by the greatest number of genera with 32, but the fewest species with 861. Most of the plants in this group are epiphytes, though some have evolved in ...

                                               

Commelinoideae

Commelinoideae is a subfamily of monocotyledonous flowering plants in the dayflower family. The Commelinoideae is one of two subfamilies within the Commelinaceae and includes 39 genera and all but 12 of the familys several hundred known species. ...

                                               

Pitcairnioideae

The Pitcairnioideae comprise the terrestrial subfamily of the bromeliads with over 1000 species in 16 genera. Unlike the many epiphytes and lithophytes which make up the rest of the family, with a few exceptions, all of the members of this subfam ...

                                               

Tillandsioideae

Tillandsioideae is a subfamily of plants in the bromeliad family Bromeliaceae. This subfamily contains the greatest number of species. Most are epiphytic or lithophytic, growing in trees or on rocks where they absorb water and nutrients from the ...

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