BOT 360F - Families of Vascular Plants

Rosaceae tribes according to Kalkman (2004) (genera native to Ontario in boldface)

TRIBE GENUS WOODINESS fruit dry/fleshy fruit de-/indehiscent 2n = 1 # spp.
Alchemilla Group Alchemilla L. herbs, shrubs dry indehiscent 16, ...224 1000 (+)
Aphanes L. annual herbs in Alchemilla -
Lachemilla (Focke) Rydb. herbs, shrubs in Alchemilla -
Crataegeae Chamaemeles Lindl. woody fleshy indehiscent
(polypyrenous drupe)
- 1
Cotoneaster Medik. 34, 51, 68 (85, 102) 60 (-300)
Crataegus L. 34, 51, 68 100-200
Hesperomeles Lindl. - 10
Mespilus L. 34 1
Osteomeles Lindl. 34 1
Pyracantha M.Roem. 34 3
Cydonia Group Chaenomeles Lindl. - 3
Cydonia Mill. 34 1
Docynia Decne. - 1
Pseudocydonia (C.K.Schneid.) C.K.Schneid. - 1
Dryadeae
[Nitrogen-fixing]
Cercocarpus Kunth woody dry indehiscent 18 5
Chamaebatia Benth. 18 1
Cowania D.Don 18 1
Dryas L. 18 2
Purshia DC. ex Poir. 18 2 (or 1)
Exochordeae

 

Exochorda Lindl. woody dry dehiscent 16 (, 18) 4
Kageneckia Ruiz & Pav. 34 3
Lindleya Kunth 34 1
Vauquelinia Correa ex Humb. & Bonpl. 30 3
Geum Group Acomastylis Greene perennial herbs dry indehiscent 28, 70 12
Coluria R.Br. 14 4
Geum L. (28,) 42 (, 56, 70, 84) 30
Oncostylus (Schltdl.) Bolle - 5
Orthurus Juz. 28, 30 1
Parageum Nakai & H.Hara 28, 42 6
Geum Group? Fallugia Endl. 28 1
Sieversia Willd. 14 1
Waldsteinia Willd. 14, 21, 28, 35, 42 5
Gillenieae Chamaebatiaria (Porter) Maxim. shrubs dry dehiscent 18 1
Gillenia Moench perennial herbs 18 2
Sorbaria (Ser. ex DC.) A.Braun shrubs 36 4
Spiraeanthus (Fisch. & C.A.Mey.) Maxim. shrubs 18 1
Kerrieae Kerria DC. shrubs nearly dry indehiscent 18 1
  Neviusia A.Gray       - 2
  Rhodotypos Siebold & Zucc.       18 1
Maleae Amelanchier Medik. woody fleshy indehiscent (berry) 34,68 20
Aria (Pers.) Host in Sorbus 50
Aronia Medik. 34,68 40
Cormus Spach in Sorbus 1
Dichotomanthes Kurz nearly dry (achene) 34
Eriobotrya Lindl. fleshy indehiscent (berry) 34 15-20
Eriolobus (DC.) M.Roem. - 1
Heteromeles M.Roem. nearly dry (achene) - 1
Macromeles Koidz. fleshy indehiscent (berry) - 3
Malus Mill. 34, 51, 68, 85 30-50
Micromeles Decne. in Sorbus 12-15
Pyrus L. 34, 51, 68 10-20
Rhaphiolepis Lindl. 34 5
Sorbus L. 34, 51, 68 150
Neillieae Neillia D.Don shrubs dry dehiscent 18 (-20) 12
Physocarpus (Cambess.) Maxim. 18, 54 "few"
Stephanandra Siebold & Zucc. 18 3
Potentilleae Chamaerhodos Bunge herbs dry indehiscent 14 5
Fragaria L. herbs 14, 56 10
Potentilla L. herbs, shrubs 14, 112 300+
Pruneae Maddenia Hook.f. & Thomson woody fleshy indehiscent - 1
Oemleria Rchb. woody 16 1
Prinsepia Royle woody 32 (28?) 3 (-4)
Prunus L. woody 16, 24, 64 200 (+)
Roseae Rosa L. shrubs fleshy indehiscent 14, 56 100 (+)
Rubeae Rubus L. shrubs fleshy indehiscent 14, 98 250
Sanguisorbeae Acaena Mutis ex L. herbs dry indehiscent 42, 84,126 40 (+)
Agrimonia L. rhizomatous herb 28, 56 10-15
Aremonia Neck. ex Nestl. herbs 42 1
Bencomia Webb & Berthel. shrubs 28 6
Cliffortia L. shrubs - 100
Hagenia J.F.Gmel. trees - 1
Leucosidea Eckl. & Zeyh. shrubs, small trees - 1
Margyricarpus Ruiz & Pav. shrubs nearly dry - 8
Polylepis Ruiz & Pav. trees dry - 20
Sanguisorba L. rhizomatous herbs 14, 28, 56 15
Sarcopoterium Spach shrubs nearly dry 28 1
Spenceria Trimen rhizomatous herbs dry - 1
Spiraeeae Aruncus L. rhizomatous herbs dry dehiscent 18, 36 (14, 16, 42) 1
Eriogynia Hook. shrubs 18 1
Holodiscus (K.Koch) Maxim. indehiscent 18, 36 1
Kelseya Rydb. dehiscent 18 1
Petrophytum (Nutt.) Rydb. 18 1 (-3)
Sibiraea Maxim. 18 1
Spiraea L. 18, 27, 36, 54 80
Xerospiraea Henr. 18 1
Ulmarieae Filipendula Mill. herbs dry indehiscent 14, 28, 42 15
uncertain Adenostoma Hook. & Arn. shrubs dry indehiscent - 3
  Coleogyne Torr. shrubs dry indehiscent 16 1
  Lyonothamnus A.Gray tree dry dehiscent 54 1
  Potaninia Maxim. shrubs dry indehiscent - 1

The data summarized here were assembled in order to prepare the following paper:
VAMOSI, J. C. & DICKINSON, T. A. (2006): Polyploidy and diversification: a phylogenetic investigation in Rosaceae. Int. J. Plant Sci. 167: 349-358. Click here to download PDF file.


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