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trees or herbs
Roseaceae
sepals 5, connate
Roseaceae
may have hypanthium
Roseaceae
Flowers actinomorphic
Roseaceae
numberous stamens
Roseaceae
Woody, rarely herbaceous
Cornaceae
Flowers in cymes, or panicles
Cornaceae
If flowers in heads, then suspended by large bracts seen, but not the petals
Cornaceae
Fruit: a drupe
Cornaceae
leaves alternate, simple or compound
Fabaceae
Fruit: a legume (pod)
Fabaceae
Divided into three subfamilies: Minosoidae, Caesalpinoidae, Papilionidae
Fabaceae
Mostly vines with tendrils
Vitaceae
Fruit: a berry
Vitaceae
Economic uses: table grapes, raisins, wine
Vitaceae
many are xerophytic
Euphorbiaceae
most have milky latex sap
Euphorbiaceae
Leaves opposite or whorled
Euphorbiaceae
usually monoecious
Euphorbiaceae
often poisonous
Euphorbiaceae
two types of flowers: euphorbic, noneuphorbic
Euphorbiaceae
herbs or subshrubs
Crassulaceae
succulent leaves
Crassulaceae
calyx of 4-5 sepals
Crassulaceae
fruit: follicle
Crassulaceae
woody
Aceraceae
Leaves opposite, simple
Aceraceae
sap often milky
Aceraceae
fruit: a samara
Aceraceae
woody, rarely vine
Anacardiaceae
small actinomorphic flowers borne in a panicle
Anacardiaceae
fruit: a drupe
Anacardiaceae
trees or shurb
Rutaceae
often xerophytic
Rutaceae
fruit hesperidium
Rutaceae
umbel inflorescence
Apiaceae
compound leaves
Apiaceae
fruit schizocarp
Apiaceae
woody, trees or shrubs
Hippocastanaceae
leaves: opposite, palmately compound
Hippocastanaceae
glutinous terminal bud
Hippocastanaceae
fruit: leathery/seeded capsule
Hippocastanaceae