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The main subdivisions of leguminosae


, : The main subdivisions of leguminosae. Botaniska Notiser 129(4): 371-375

On the basis of seed morphology, distribution of alkaloids, flavonoids and canavanine and susceptibility to Uromyces rusts, De Candolle's classification of the Leguminosae into 2 major groups, Rectembriae and Curvembriae, seems superior to the more familiar recognition of the 3 subfamilies Mimosoideae, Caesalpinioideae and Papilionoideae. De Candolle's association of the Swartzieae with the Papilionoideae is more in line with flavonoid distribution than their currently accepted position in the Caesalpinioideae.

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