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Systematic position of the liliaceae sensu stricto subfamily lilioideae of the family liliaceae sensu lato serological investigation

, : Systematic position of the liliaceae sensu stricto subfamily lilioideae of the family liliaceae sensu lato serological investigation. Botanicheskii Zhurnal (St Petersburg) 69(6): 762-771

A serological study was made of a group of monocotyledonous families. Evidence obtained from pollen protein analysis confirms the conclusions of the preceding work on seed proteins, that the subfamily Lilioideae is widely separated from the other genera, usually united into the family Liliaceae s. l. The family Arecaceae possibly occupies the intermediate position between these 2 groups. The schematic diagram is presented showing the interrelations and arrangement of taxa in Dracaenaceae-Amaryllidaceae phylad which is based on the evidence by V.S. Chupov and N. G. Kutyavina (1980). The position of the family Iridaceae is specified on the basis of V.S. Shneyer's paper (1983).

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