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mostly trees, shrubs or vines
Bignoniaceae
Flowers zygomorphic in cymes
Bignoniaceae
Fruit: a capsule
Bignoniaceae
Opposite leaves
Lamiaceae, Oleaceae,Caprifoliaceae
Zygomorphic flowers
Lamiaceae, Scrophulariaceae
Square stem
Lamiaceae
Aromoatic oils
Lamiaceae
4-lobed ovary
Lamiaceae
Woody
Oleaceae
2 stamens, 2 united carpels
Oleaceae
4 sepals and petals
Oleaceae
Economic importance: olives and timber
Oleaceae
Mainly trees/shrubs
Apocynaceae
Usually with milky latex sap
Apocynaceae
Gynoecium of 2 seperate carpels
Apocynaceae
Leaves opposite or whorled
Apocynaceae
Fruit: a follicle, berry, capsule
Apocynaceae
shrub or lionas (woody vine)
Caprifoliaceae
5 petals connate
Caprifoliaceae
lack stipules
Caprifoliaceae
Corolla and calyx tube present
Scrophulariaceae
Two lobed ovary
Scrophulariaceae
Fruit: a capsule or berry
Scrophulariaceae
Florescence: head
Asteraceae
Flower arrangement in a head
Asteraceae
2 Subfamilies divided into tribes
Asteraceae
Herb or shrub
Solanaceae
Alternate leaves
Solanaceae
Corolla tube: 5 petals
Calyx tube: 5 sepals
Solanaceae
Fruit: a berry or capsule
Solanaceae
Great economic importance: food
Solanaceae
Mainly perennial herbs, rarely trees
Asclepidaceae
Milky sap
Asclepidaceae
Leaves opposite or whorled
Asclepidaceae
Special type of flower
Asclepidaceae
Fruit is a follicle
Asclepidaceae
Often with milky latex sap
Convolvulaceae
Presence of corolla and calyx tubes
Convolvulaceae
Bicarpellate Gynoeciumn
Convolvulaceae
Often vines, but also trees or shrubs
Convolvulaceae
Leaves basal
Plantaginaceae
Spike inflorescence
Plantaginaceae
Exerted stamens
Plantaginaceae