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Related to Aristolochiaceae: family Aristolochiaceae
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Noun1.Aristolochiaceae - family of birthworts (including wild ginger)Aristolochiaceae - family of birthworts (including wild ginger)
dicot family, magnoliopsid family - family of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
Aristolochiales, order Aristolochiales - order of plants distinguished by tubular petaloid perianth and inferior ovary
Aristolochia, genus Aristolochia - birthworts; Dutchman's-pipe
Asarum, genus Asarum - wild ginger
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Aristolochiaceae, the only family of Piperales with P-type plastids, is of special interest, because it is also the single known eumagnoliid taxon that contains species with form Plc plastids; i.
including observations on raylessness in the Aristolochiaceae.
Furthermore, in all three topologies the scalariform perforation plates found in some members of Saururaceae are most parsimoniously interpreted as derived relative to simple perforation plates, which are shared by the remaining members of Saururaceae and other paleoherb families (Piperaceae, Aristolochiaceae, Lactoridaceae).
Eleven of these are not in Table I: Amaranthaceae, Amaryllidaceae, Aristolochiaceae, Cuscutaceae, Cyclanthaceae, Linaceae, Molluginaceae, Olacaceae, Pedaliaceae, Portulacaceae, and Rhamnaceae.
Annonaceae (Voigt, 1888; Periasamy, 1962a, 1990; Mohana Rao, 1975) Aristolochiaceae (Periasamy, 1962a, 1966, 1990; Dahlgren, 1991) Austrobaileyaceae (Endress, 1993a) Canellaceae (Netolitzky, 1926; Parameswaran, 1961; Cronquist, 1981; Dahlgren, 1991) Degeneriaceae (Swamy, 1949; Periasamy, 1962a, 1990; Dahlgren, 1991) Eupomatiaceae (Periasamy, 1990; Dahlgren, 1991; Endress, 1993b) Magnoliaceae (Corner, 1976; Dahlgren & Clifford, 1982; Periasamy, 1990) Menispermaceae (Periasamy, 1962a, 1990; Sastri, 1969; Dahlgren, 1991) Myristicaceae (Voigt, 1888; Periasamy, 1962a, 1990; pers.
Ecological adaptation of an Aristolochiaceae feeding swallowtail butterfly, Atrophaneura alcinous, to aristolochic acids.