Galegeae

Cladus: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Divisio: Magnoliophyta
Classis: Magnoliopsida
Subclassis: Rosidae
Ordo: Fabales
Familia: Fabaceae
Subfamilia: Faboideae
Tribus: Galegeae
Genera: Alhagi - Astracantha - Astragalus - Calophaca - Caragana - Chesneya - Clianthus - Colutea - Eremosparton - Galega - Glycyrrhiza - Gueldenstaedtia - Halimodendron - Lessertia - Oreophysa - Orophaca - Oxytropis - Smirnowia - Sphaerophysa - Spongiocarpella - Sutherlandia - Swainsona

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Українська: Козлятникові

Galegeae is a tribe of the subfamily Faboideae. The tribe is found mostly in the northern hemisphere, but can also be found in Australia, Africa, and South America. The type genus is Galega.[1]

Classification

The tribe Galegeae contains roughly twenty genera.[2] Indigofereae and Psoraleeae were once included as subtribes, but have since been elevated as distinct tribes.[3]

Subtribe Astragalinae

Clade Carmichaelinae[4]

Carmichaelia R. Br.
Clianthus Sol. ex Lindl.
Montigena (Hook. f.) Heenan[5]
Streblorrhiza Endl.
Swainsona Salisb.

Clade Coluteinae[4]

Astragalus L.
Colutea L.
Eremosparton Fisch. & C.A.Mey.
Lessertia DC.
Sphaerophysa DC.

Insertae sedis

Biserrula L.[6]
Chesneya Lindl. ex Endl.
Erophaca Boiss.[6]
Gueldenstaedtia Fisch.
Oreophysa (Bunge ex Boiss.) Bornm.
Oxytropis DC.
Phyllolobium Fisch. ex Spreng.[6]
Podlechiella Maassoumi & Kaz. Osaloo[6]
Smirnowia Bunge
Spongiocarpella Yakovlev & N. Ulziykh.
Tibetia (Ali) H. P. Tsui[7]

Subtribe Galeginae

Galega L.

Subtribe Glycyrrhizinae

Glycyrrhiza L.


References

^ Dassanayake, M D, et al. (1980). A Revised Handbook to the Flora of Ceylon. Taylor & Francis. pp. 109. ISBN 9061910641.
^ "GRIN Taxonomy for Plants; tribe Galegeae". Germplasm Resources Information Network. Retrieved 2007-09-09.
^ Rydberg, P A (November 1923). "Genera of North American Fabaceae. I. Tribe Galegeae". American Journal of Botany (Botanical Society of America) 10 (9): 485. doi:10.2307/2446388.
^ a b Wagstaff, Steven J.; Peter B. Heenan and Michael J. Sanderson (1999). "Classification, origins, and patterns of diversification in New Zealand Carmichaelia (Fabaceae)". American Journal of Botany 86 (9): 1346–1356. doi:10.2307/2656781. JSTOR 2656781. Retrieved 2010-08-05.
^ NOTE: Possibly synonymous with Swainsona.
^ a b c d NOTE: Possibly synonymous with Astragalus.
^ NOTE: Possibly synonymous with Gueldenstaedtia.

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