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Carlemanniaceae

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The Carlemanniaceae are a tropical East Asian and Southeast Asian family of subshrub to herbaceous perennial flowering plants with 2 genera.[1] Older systems of plant taxonomy place the two genera, Carlemannia, and Silvianthus within the Caprifoliaceae or the Rubiaceae.[1][2] The Angiosperm Phylogeny Group classification of 2003 places the group in the Lamiales, as a plant family more closely related to the Oleaceae than to the Caprifoliaceae.

References

  1. ^ a b Yang, Xue; Shu-Gang Lu; Hua Peng (November 2007). "First report of chromosome numbers of the Carlemanniaceae (Lamiales)". Journal of Plant Research. Springer Japan. 120 (6): 707–712. doi:10.1007/s10265-007-0113-0. PMID 17805478.
  2. ^ Yang, Xue; Shu-Gang Lu; Yi-Ping Zhang; Hua Peng (December 2007). "Factors acting on the distribution region of Carlemanniaceae: Rainfall, temperature and the plants' biological characteristics". Chinese Science Bulletin. Science in China Press, co-published with Springer-Verlag. 52 (Supplement 2): 244–250. doi:10.1007/s11434-007-7017-1.
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Carlemanniaceae: Brief Summary

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The Carlemanniaceae are a tropical East Asian and Southeast Asian family of subshrub to herbaceous perennial flowering plants with 2 genera. Older systems of plant taxonomy place the two genera, Carlemannia, and Silvianthus within the Caprifoliaceae or the Rubiaceae. The Angiosperm Phylogeny Group classification of 2003 places the group in the Lamiales, as a plant family more closely related to the Oleaceae than to the Caprifoliaceae.

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