Salicaceae


Cladus: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Divisio: Magnoliophyta
Classis: Magnoliopsida
Ordo: Malpighiales
Familia: Salicaceae
Genera: Abatia - Aphaerema - Azara - Banara - Bartholomaea - Bembicia - Bennettiodendron - Bivinia - Byrsanthus - Calantica - Carrierea - Casearia - Dissomeria - Dovyalis - Euceraea - Flacourtia - Gerrardina - Hasseltia - Hasseltiopsis - Hecatostemon - Hemiscolopia - Homalium - Idesia - Itoa - Laetia - Lasiochlamys - Ludia - Lunania - Macrohasseltia - Mocquerysia - Neopringlea - Neoptychocarpus - Olmediella - Oncoba - Ophiobotrys - Osmelia - Phyllobotryon - Phylloclinium - Pineda - Pleuranthodendron - Poliothyrsis - Populus - Priamosia - Prockia - Pseudoscolopia - Pseudosmelia - Ryania - Salix - Samyda - Scolopia - Scyphostegia - Tetrathylacium - Tisonia - Trimeria - Xylosma - Zuelania

Name

Salicaceae Mirb.

Vernacular names
Internationalization
Türkçe: Söğütgiller
Українська: Вербові

Salicaceae is a family of flowering plants. Recent genetic studies by the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (APG) has greatly expanded the circumscription of the family to contain 57 genera.

In the Cronquist system the Salicaceae was treated in its own order Salicales, and contained only three genera (Salix, Populus and Chosenia), but APG includes it in the Malpighiales. The additional genera were previously treated in the Flacourtiaceae, but had a mixed history before that and have been treated in Bembiciaceae, Caseariaceae, Homaliaceae, Poliothyrsidaceae, Prockiaceae, Samydaceae, and Scyphostegiaceae. The Samydaceae (including Caseariaceae) appear rather distinct and might be a valid family however[citation needed].

Gerrardina is now considered the sole genus of a separate family, Gerrardinaceae.[3]
Genera

* Abatia
* Aphaerema
* Azara
* Banara
* Bartholomaea
* Bembicia
* Bennettiodendron
* Bivinia
* Byrsanthus
* Calantica
* Carrierea
* Casearia
* Chosenia
* Dissomeria
* Dovyalis
* Euceraea
* Flacourtia
* Hasseltia
* Hasseltiopsis
* Hecatostemon
* Hemiscolopia
* Homalium
* Idesia
* Itoa
* Laetia
* Lasiochlamys
* Ludia
* Lunania
* Macrohasseltia
* Mocquerysia
* Neopringlea
* Neoptychocarpus
* Neosprucea
* Olmediella
* Oncoba
* Ophiobotrys
* Osmelia
* Phyllobotryon
* Phylloclinium
* Pineda
* Pleuranthodendron
* Poliothyrsis
* Populus
* Priamosia
* Prockia
* Pseudosalix†[4]
* Pseudoscolopia
* Pseudosmelia
* Ryania
* Salix
* Samyda
* Scolopia
* Scyphostegia
* Tetrathylacium
* Tisonia
* Trichostephanus
* Trimeria
* Xylosma
* Zuelania

References

1. ^ a b "Family Salicaceae". Taxonomy. UniProt. http://www.uniprot.org/taxonomy/3688. Retrieved 2010-02-04.
2. ^ "Salicaceae Mirb., nom. cons.". Germplasm Resources Information Network. United States Department of Agriculture. 2003-01-17. http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/family.pl?985. Retrieved 2010-02-04.
3. ^ Alford, M. H. (2006). "Gerrardinaceae: a new family of African flowering plants unresolved among Brassicales, Huerteales, Malvales, and Sapindales". Taxon 55 (4): 959–964. doi:10.2307/25065689. http://jstor.org/stable/25065689.
4. ^ Boucher, L. D.; Manchester, S. R.; Judd, W. S. (2003). "An extinct genus of Salicaceae based on twigs with attached flowers, fruits, and foliage from the Eocene Green River Formation of Utah and Colorado, USA". American Journal of Botany 90: 1389. doi:10.3732/ajb.90.9.1389

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