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The treatment of isolated genera

, : The treatment of isolated genera. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 95(1): 19-26

Problems presented by [plant] genera, or small groups of genera, which have been given family rank are reviewed, and the genera are divided into a number of categories according to the closeness of their affinity to other genera or families. Satellite genera that stand in close relation to families should be united with them. Binary families, that have been divided into two (or more) related families, should be re-united. Families connected by linking genera, should, logically, be united but practical considerations usually prevent this. Clusters of diverse but more or less distantly related genera present unusual problems, being treated either as several, often monogeneric families or as a loosely structured family. Truly isolated genera must be given family and often ordinal rank.

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Accession: 006782156

DOI: 10.1111/j.1095-8339.1987.tb01833.x

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