Brassicaceae - Cleome sesquiorygalis

BOT 360F - Families of Vascular Plants

Photo R. Presgrave © Royal Ontario Museum (TRT 1641)

As described in Judd et al. (1999: 327-329; Fig. 8.93) Cleome and its relatives are the sister group of the plants traditionally ascribed to the Brassicaceae in the narrow sense (sensu stricto).


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