Lycopodiaceae


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Related to Lycopodiaceae: Ophioglossaceae, Equisetaceae, Selaginellaceae
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Noun1.Lycopodiaceae - a family of ferns belonging to the order LycopodialesLycopodiaceae - a family of ferns belonging to the order Lycopodiales
fern family - families of ferns and fern allies
Lycopodiales, order Lycopodiales - lower vascular plants coextensive with the family Lycopodiaceae; in some classifications includes the Selaginellaceae and Isoetaceae
genus Lycopodium, Lycopodium - type and sole genus of the Lycopodiaceae; erect or creeping evergreen plants often used for Christmas decorations
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Most pteridophyte families (Blechnaceae, Nephrolepidaceae, Hymenophyllaceae, i.e.) occurs more frequently close to the ground, while upper strata are occupied by angiosperms and two pteridophyte families--Polypodiaceae and Lycopodiaceae; curiously in evolutionary terms one is among the most derived families (Polypodiaceae) and the other among the most basal (Lycopodiaceae).
Solanaceae Eurasia Lycium chinense Solanaceae Eurasia Miller Lycopersicon Solanaceae America esculentum Miller Lycopodiella cernua Lycopodiaceae Trop.
A stage 1 endodermis is found in Equisetaceae, Lycopodiaceae, Osmundaceae, Marsileaceae, and Salviniaceae.
Lycophytes were represented by two families (Lycopodiaceae and Selaginellaceae) and two genera, while 15 families and 44 genera of ferns were recorded (Table 2).
(2013) reported that Sebacinales Fungi colonise the Diphasiastrum alpinum (Lycopodiaceae) gametophytes as well as adjacent Ericaceae plants simultaneously; indicating mycoheterotrophic gametophyte to be epiparasitic on Ericaceae.
The most representative families were Asteraceae (30 species); Lamiaceae (14 species), Arecaceae (9 species), Solanaceae and Geraniaceae (8 species each), Amaryllidaceae and Brassicaceae (7 species each), and Piperaceae, Lycopodiaceae, and Ericaceae (6 species each).