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Akaniaceae

The Akaniaceae or turnipwood family are a family of flowering plants in the order Brassicales. It comprises two genera of trees, Akania and Bretschneidera, each with a single species. These plants are native to China, Vietnam, Taiwan, and eastern Australia.

Arabis procurrens

Arabis procurrens, the spreading rock cress, is a species of flowering plant in the family Brassicaceae. It is a spreading evergreen or semi-evergreen perennial, forming a dense mat of foliage, with loose racemes of white flowers in spring, suitable for cultivation in the alpine garden. The specific epithet means procurrens "spreading underground." Diversity A. procurrens Variegata, with white-edged leaves, was awarded by the Royal society of growers of garden merit.

Aurinia

Aurinia is a genus of flowering plants of the family Brassicaceae, native to mountainous areas of Central and Southern Europe, Russia and Turkey. They are closely related to Alyssum, which they resemble. They can either be biennial or woody-based evergreen perennials. They produce panicles of yellow flowers in early summer. The gastropod genus Aurinia is nowadays usually considered a junior synonym of Scaphella. Aurinia contains the following types of accepted plant list:

Barbarea orthoceras

Barbarea orthoceras is a species of flowering plant in the mustard family known by the common name American yellowrocket. It is native to North America, including much of Canada and the western United States, as well as parts of Asia. It grows in moist areas such as meadows and riverbanks. This is a perennial herb producing a stiff, branching stem to heights between 10 and 60 centimeters. The leaves are a few centimeters long and generally oval in shape with several rounded lobes toward the end. The inflorescence is a spike or cluster of bright yellow flowers at the tip of each stem branch ...

Biscutella

Biscutella is a genus of about 46 species of flowering plants of family Brassicaceae or Cruciferae, according to Appel, O. & Al-Shehbaz, I. 2003. It contains the following species: Biscutella rotgesii Lunetiere de Rotges. Biscutella laevigata.

Boechera

Boechera is a genus of the family Brassicaceae. It was named after the Danish botanist Tyge W. Bocher, who was known for his research in alpine plants, including the mustards Draba and Boechera holboellii. According to recent molecular based studies Boechera is closely related to the genus Arabidopsis which also includes the widely known model plant Arabidopsis thaliana. Until recently, members of this genus were included in the genus arabis, but have been separated from that genus based on recent genetic and cytological data. Unlike the genus arabis x=8 Boechera has a base chromosome numb ...

                                     

ⓘ Brassicales stubs

  • The Brassicales or Cruciales are an order of flowering plants, belonging to the eurosids II group of dicotyledons under the APG II system. One character
  • Salvadoraceae is a family in the plant order Brassicales consisting of three genera with a total of 11 known species. They occur in Africa including
  • Akaniaceae or turnipwood family are a family of flowering plants in the order Brassicales It comprises two genera of trees, Akania and Bretschneidera, each with
  • Gyrostemonaceae is a family of plants in the order Brassicales It comprises 4 - 6 genera, totalling about 20 known species. All are endemic to temperate
  • their own family Stixaceae, but since it is not yet clear whether they are from a clade, they are better left in Brassicales unplaced at family rank.
  • Jarilla is a genus in the family Caricaceae of Brassicales The genus Jarilla has four plant species native to Mexico, Guatemala and El Salvador. Jarilla
  • The Caricaceae are a family of flowering plants in the order Brassicales found primarily in tropical regions of Central and South America and Africa
  • system in the order Capparales. The APG II system places it in the order Brassicales In APG IV 2016 it was expanded to include the genera Borthwickia formerly
  • Data from DNA Sequences and Morphology for a Phylogeny of Moringaceae Brassicales PDF Systematic Botany. 27 1 55 73. doi: 10.1043 0363 - 6445 - 27.1
  • H. H. Iltis, and K. J. Sytsma. 2004. Molecular phylogenetics of core Brassicales placement of orphan genera Emblingia, Forchhammeria, Tirania, and character
  • Gerrardinaceae: a new family of African flowering plants unresolved among Brassicales Huerteales, Malvales, and Sapindales. Taxon 55: 959 - 964. Worberg, A