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Liliaceae


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Liliaceae

Liliaceae

Liliaceae

Chromosome diversity and evolution in Liliaceae

Variation in Floral Sex Allocation in Polygonatum odoratum (Liliaceae)

Evidence of Outcrossing in Trillium erectum and Trillium grandiflorum (Liliaceae)

Papillate Tepal Hoods and Delayed Pollen Germination inAlbucaL. (Liliaceae)

Spatial Autocorrelation of Genetic Variation in Three Stands of Ophiopogon xylorrhizus(Liliaceaes.l. )

Size-dependent gender modification in Lilium apertum (Liliaceae): does this species exhibit gender diphasy?

Updated molecular phylogenetic analysis, dating and biogeographical history of the lily family (Liliaceae: Liliales)

Molecular systematics of Gagea and Lloydia (Liliaceae; Liliales): implications of analyses of nuclear ribosomal and plastid DNA sequences for infrageneric classification

Intermediate complex morphophysiological dormancy in seeds of the cold desert sand dune geophyte Eremurus anisopterus (Xanthorrhoeaceae; Liliaceae s.l.)

Clonal and Fine-scale Genetic Structure in Populations of a Restricted Korean Endemic, Hosta jonesii (Liliaceae) and the Implications for Conservation

Contrasting Levels of Clonal and Within-Population Genetic Diversity between the 2 Ecologically Different Herbs Polygonatum stenophyllum and Polygonatum inflatum (Liliaceae)

Acaricidal Effect of Essential Oils From Lippia graveolens (Lamiales: Verbenaceae), Rosmarinus officinalis (Lamiales: Lamiaceae), and Allium sativum (Liliales: Liliaceae) Against Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus (Acari: Ixodidae)

Phylogeny and divergence times inferred from rps16 sequence data analyses for Tricyrtis (Liliaceae), an endemic genus of north-east Asia

Primary transcripts of ndhD of Liliaceae and Aloaceae require editing of the start and 20th codons

 

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A large family of monocotyledons, most of which are herbs (lilies, onions, etc.) with elongated leaves springing from rhizomes, corms, or bulbs, but some are shrubs or trees. The leaves may be all from the base, or alternate up the stem, or whorled. The inflorescence is a raceme or umbel, the flowers mostly regular and trimerous, with 2 usually similar whorls of petaloid perianth segments. There are usually 6 stamens, the ovary is superior and normally 3-celled. The fruits are capsules or berries. Many (e.g. Lilium and Tulipa) are cultivated for their flowers, others as vegetables or for flavouring (e.g. Allium, onions and garlic). There are 294 genera, comprising about 4500 species, with a cosmopolitan distribution.

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