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Systematics and phylogeny of the Monocotyledones



Systematics and phylogeny of the Monocotyledones



Mus Natl Hist Nat Notulae Syst 15(2): 137-159



This is the completion of a communication presented at the 8th International Congress of Botany, 1954. The Monocotyledones are divided into 7 classes and 28 orders, based on the following characters: 1. Apocarpy or svncarpy, 2. Superior or inferior ovary and axile or parietal placentation, 3. The character of the perianth, and 4. The nature of the albumen. These characters are discussed, with diagrams, discussion of the characters of the orders placed in each of the 7 classes, and comparisons with systems of classification by previous authors. The history of proposals of phylogeny is also reviewed, with explanation of the author's methods and conclusions. He considers the Monocotyledones to be a homogeneous and monophyletic group, derived from the Dicotyledones. A bibliography of 67 titles is added.

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