The Families of Flowering Plants: Arranged According to a New System Based on Their Probable Phylogeny - Vol. 1

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INDEX
Family names in clarendon; common names in italics.
Abelia, 283
Aberia, 162
Abroma, 193
Abronia, 152, 153
Abrus, 211
Abutilon, 196
Acacia, 210
Acaena, 206
Acalypha, 200
Acanthaceae, 306
Acantholimon, 290, 291
Acanthopanax, 262, 263
Acanthosicyos, 168
Acanthus, 307
Acer, 253, 254
Aceraceae, 253
Aceranthus, 98
Acharia, 167, 168
Achariaceae, 167
Achillea, 287
Achimenes, 303
Achras, 273
Achyranthes, 136
Acicarpha, 286
Aciphylla, 264
Acmadenia, 248
Acokanthera, 280
Aconite, 94
Aconitum, 94
Acridocarpus, 196, 197
Acrocephalus, 310
Acrotrema, 155
Actinidia, 176, 177
Actinidiaceae, 177
Actinodaphne, 91
Adansonia, 195
Adenandra, 248
Adenocalymna, 305
Adenocarpus, 211
Adenogramma, 129
Adenophora, 292
Adoxa, 284
Adoxaceae, 284
Aegiceras, 274
Aeginetia, 301
Aegiphila, 309
Aegle, 248
Aerva, 136
Aeschynanthus, 303
Aeschynomene, 211
Aesculus, 252
Aethionema, 115
Affon, 228
African Bread-fruit, 228
African Cedar, 251
Afrostyrax, 275
Afzelia, 209
Agapetes, 267
Agarista, 267
Agathosma, 248
Agelaea, 258
Ageratum, 287
Aglaia, 251
Agonandra, 240
Agrimonia, 206
Ailanthus, 249
Aizoaceae, 129
Aizoon, 129
Ajuga, 310
Akania, 253
Akaniaceae, 253
Akebia, 100
Alangiaceae, 261
Alangium, 261, 262
Albizzia, 210
Alchemilla, 206
Alder Buckthorn, 245
Aldrovanda, 124
Alepidea, 264
Aleurites, 199
Alexandrian Laurel, 190
Algerian Tea, 132
Alibertia, 283
Alkanet Root, 297
Alkanna, 297
Allamanda, 280
Allophyllus, 252
Alloplectus, 303
Allspice, 182
Almeidea, 248
Alniphyllum, 275
Alnus, 223
Alpam Root, 102
Alphitonia, 244
Alsodeia, 116
Alstonia, 280
Alternanthera, 136
Althaea, 196
Altingia, 214
Alyssum, 115
Alyxia, 280
Amarantaceae, 135
Amarantus, 135
Amborella, 89
Amelanchier, 206
American Ash, 278
American Plane, 217
American Rosewood, 211
Amherstia, 209
Ammannia, 144
Ammi, 264
Ammobroma, 271
Amoora, 251
Amoreuxia, 161
Amorpha, 211
Ampelidaceae, 247
Ampelocissus, 247
Amphiblemma, 183
Amsinckia, 297
Amyris, 250
Anabasis, 134
Anacalosa, 239
Anacampseros, 130
Anacardiaceae, 237
Anacardium, 290
Anagallis, 290
Anamirta, 101
Anaphalis, 287
Anastatica, 115
Anchovy Pear, 183
Anchusa, 297
Ancistrocladaceae, 178
Ancistrocladus, 178, 179
Andaman Marble, 272
Andersonia, 269
Andromeda, 267
Androsace, 290
Anemone, 94
Anemopaegma, 305
Angelica, 264
Anguria, 168

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Author's Preface ix
  • Contents xiii
  • Signs and Abbreviations xiv
  • Introduction 1
  • Conspectus of Principal Living Groups Of Flowering Plants 9
  • Subphylum Dicotyledones 10
  • List of Families with Certain More or Less Constant Characters 79
  • Division I. Archichlamydeae 81
  • Division Ii. Metachlamydeae. 265
  • Glossary 311
  • Index 313
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