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Lamiales

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

Description

The order Lamiales is a group of dicotyledonous flowering plants which usually has superior ovary composed of two fused carpels. The flower has five petals fused into a tube with four or less fertile stamens, and the corollas are bilaterally symmetrical.

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