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Myrtales

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Kingdom:Plantae
Phylum/Division:Magnoliophyta
Class:Eudicots
Order:Myrtales

Description

The Myrtales are flowering plants that include the evening primrose, myrtle and sendudok. Many members of this order often have flaky bark, opposite leaves with strong intramarginal veins. Flowers have an inferior ovary.

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A family of herbs, shrubs and trees. Leaves are opposite, entire, elliptical, typically with three or more prominent lon…
A large family of woody shrubs and trees.The bark is usually thin and flaky. The leaves are simple, opposite with entire…
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