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Faboideae
Crotalaria retusa
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Order: Fabales
Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Faboideae
Tribes

Abreae
Adesmieae
Aeschynomeneae
Amorpheae
Bossiaeeae
Brongniartieae
Carmichaelieae
Cicereae
Crotalarieae
Dalbergieae
Desmodieae
Dipterygeae
Euchresteae
Galegeae
Genisteae
Hedysareae
Indigofereae
Liparieae
Loteae
Millettieae
Mirbelieae
Phaseoleae
Podalyrieae
Psoraleeae
Robinieae
Sesbanieae[1]
Sophoreae
Swartzieae
Thermopsideae
Trifolieae
Vicieae

Uraria rufescens

Faboideae is a subfamily of the flowering plant family Fabaceae or Leguminosae. An acceptable alternative name for the subfamily is Papilionoideae.

This subfamily is widely distributed and members are adapted to a wide variety of environments. Faboideae may be trees, shrubs or herbs. The flowers are classically pea shaped and root nodulation is very common.

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Genera

  1. The type genus, Faba, is a synonym of Vicia, and is listed here as Vicia.
  2. The genus Kennedya is a synonym of Kennedia, and is listed here as Kennedia.[2]

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See also

References

  1. ^ "Fabaceae Lindl., nom. cons. subfam. Faboideae tribe Sesbanieae". Germplasm Resources Information Network. United States Department of Agriculture. 2007-04-01. http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/genus.pl?11097. Retrieved 2009-04-05.  
  2. ^ Kennedya DC. Australian Plant Name Index.
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Wiktionary

Up to date as of January 15, 2010

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Etymology

based on generic name Faba (Art 19 ICBN)

Proper noun

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Faboideae

  1. (botany) A taxonomic subfamily, within family Fabaceae - many trees, shrubs and herbs, the flowers of which are pea-shaped.
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  • Abreae
  • Adesmieae
  • Aeschynomeneae
  • Amorpheae
  • Bossiaeeae
  • Brongniartieae
  • Carmichaelieae
  • Cicereae
  • Crotalarieae
  • Dalbergieae
  • Desmodieae
  • Dipteryxeae
  • Euchresteae
  • Fabeae
  • Galegeae
  • Genisteae
  • Hedysareae
  • Hypocalypteae
  • Indigofereae
  • Loteae
  • Millettieae
  • Mirbelieae
  • Phaseoleae
  • Podalyrieae
  • Psoraleeae
  • Robinieae
  • Sophoreae
  • Swartzieae
  • Thermopsideae
  • Trifolieae

Wikispecies

Up to date as of January 23, 2010

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Taxonavigation

Classification System: APG II (down to family level)

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Cladus: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Cladus: Angiospermae
Cladus: Eudicots
Cladus: core eudicots
Cladus: Rosids
Cladus: Eurosids I
Ordo: Fabales
Familia: Fabaceae
Subfamilia: Faboideae
Tribus: Abreae - Adesmieae - Aeschynomeneae - Amorpheae - Bossiaeeae - Brongniartieae - Carmichaelieae - Cicereae - Crotalarieae - Dalbergieae - Desmodieae - Dipteryxeae - Euchresteae - Fabeae - Galegeae - Genisteae - Hedysareae - Hypocalypteae - Indigofereae - Loteae - Millettieae - Mirbelieae - Phaseoleae - Podalyrieae - Psoraleeae - Robinieae - Sophoreae - Swartzieae - Thermopsideae - Trifolieae

Reference

  • USDA: GRIN Taxonomy for Plants[1] (19 March 2006)
Deutsch: Schmetterlingsblütler
Русский: Мотыльковые
Українська: Метеликові
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Faboideae
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Order: Fabales
Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Faboideae
Tribes

Abreae
Adesmieae
Aeschynomeneae
Amorpheae
Bossiaeeae
Brongniartieae
Carmichaelieae
Cicereae
Crotalarieae
Dalbergieae
Desmodieae
Dipterygeae
Euchresteae
Galegeae
Genisteae
Hedysareae
Indigofereae
Liparieae
Loteae
Millettieae
Mirbelieae
Phaseoleae
Podalyrieae
Psoraleeae
Robinieae
Sophoreae
Swartzieae
Thermopsideae
Trifolieae
Vicieae

File:Coronilla emerus L
Scorpion Senna (Coronilla emerus) from Dictionaire des plantes suisses 1853

Faboideae is a subfamily of the flowering plant family Fabaceae or Leguminosae. An acceptable alternative name for the subfamily is Papilionoideae.

This subfamily is widely distributed and members are adapted to a wide variety of environments. Faboideae may be trees, shrubs or herbs. The flowers are classically pea shaped and root nodulation is very common.

= Notes

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  1. The type genus, Faba, is a synonym of Vicia, and is listed here as Vicia.
  2. The genus Kennedya is a synonym of Kennedia, and is listed here as Kennedia.
  • Abrus
  • Acosmium
  • Adenocarpus
  • Adenodolichos
  • Adesmia
  • Aenictophyton
  • Aeschynomene
  • Afgekia
  • Aganope
  • Airyantha
  • Aldina
  • Alexa
  • Alhagi
  • Alistilus
  • Almaleea
  • Alysicarpus
  • Amburana
  • Amicia
  • Ammodendron
  • Ammopiptanthus
  • Amorpha
  • Amphicarpaea
  • Amphimas
  • Amphithalea
  • Anagyris
  • Anarthrophyllum
  • Andira
  • Angylocalyx
  • Antheroporum
  • Anthyllis
  • Antopetitia
  • Aotus
  • Aphyllodium
  • Apios
  • Apoplanesia
  • Apurimacia
  • Arachis
  • Argyrocytisus
  • Argyrolobium
  • Arthroclianthus
  • Aspalathus
  • Astracantha
  • Astragalus
  • Ateleia
  • Austrodolichos
  • Austrosteenisia
  • Baphia
  • Baphiopsis
  • Baptisia
  • Barbieria
  • Behaimia
  • Bergeronia
  • Bituminaria
  • Bobgunnia
  • Bocoa
  • Bolusafra
  • Bolusanthus
  • Bolusia
  • Bossiaea
  • Bowdichia
  • Brachysema
  • Brongniartia
  • Brya
  • Bryaspis
  • Buceras
  • Burkilliodendron
  • Butea
  • Cadia
  • Cajanus
  • Calia
  • Calicotome
  • Callerya
  • Callistachys
  • Calophaca
  • Calopogonium
  • Calpurnia
  • Camoensia
  • Camptosema
  • Campylotropis
  • Canavalia
  • Candolleodendron
  • Caracallae
  • Caragana
  • Carmichaelia
  • Carrissoa
  • Carstienses
  • Cascaronia
  • Castanospermum
  • Catiang
  • Caulorrhizae
  • Centrolobium
  • Centrosema
  • Chadsia
  • Chaetocalyx
  • Chamaecytisus
  • Chapmannia
  • Chesneya
  • Chorizema
  • Christia
  • Cicer
  • Cladrastis
  • Clathrotropis
  • Cleobulia
  • Clianthus
  • Clitoria
  • Clitoriopsis
  • Cochlianthus
  • Codariocalyx - sometimes included in Desmodium
  • Collaea
  • Cologania
  • Colutea
  • Condylostylis
  • Condylostylus
  • Cordyla
  • Coronilla
  • Coursetia
  • Craibia
  • Cranocarpus
  • Craspedolobium
  • Cratylia
  • Crotalaria
  • Cruddasia
  • Cullen
  • Cyamopsis
  • Cyathostegia
  • Cyclocarpa
  • Cyclolobium
  • Cyclopia
  • Cymbosema
  • Cytisophyllum
  • Cytisopsis
  • Cytisus
  • Dahlstedtia
  • Dalbergia
  • Dalbergiella
  • Dalea
  • Dalhousiea
  • Daviesia
  • Decorsea
  • Deflexae
  • Dendrolobium
  • Dendrotelis
  • Derris
  • Desmodiastrum
  • Desmodium
  • Dewevrea
  • Dichilus
  • Dicraeopetalum
  • Dillwynia
  • Dioclea
  • Diphyllarium
  • Diphysa
  • Diplotropis
  • Dipogon
  • Dipteryx
  • Discolobium
  • Disynstemon
  • Dolichopsis
  • Dolichos
  • Droogmansia
  • Dumasia
  • Dunbaria
  • Dussia
  • Dysolobium
  • Ebenus
  • Echinospartum
  • Eleiotis
  • Eminia
  • Endosamara
  • Erectae
  • Erectoides
  • Eremosparton
  • Erichsenia
  • Erinacea
  • Eriosema
  • Errazurizia
  • Erythrina
  • Etaballia
  • Euchilopsis
  • Euchresta
  • Eutaxia
  • Eversmannia
  • Exostyles
  • Extranervosae
  • Eysenhardtia
  • Fiebrigiella
  • Fissicalyx
  • Flemingia
  • Fordia
  • Galactia
  • Galega
  • Gastrolobium
  • Geissaspis
  • Genista
  • Genistidium
  • Geocarpa
  • Geoffroea
  • Gliricidia
  • Glossostylus
  • Glycine
  • Glycyrrhiza
  • Gompholobium
  • Gonocytisus
  • Goodia
  • Grazielodendron
  • Gueldenstaedtia
  • Halimodendron
  • Hammatolobium
  • Haplormosia
  • Hardenbergia
  • Harleyodendron
  • Harpalyce
  • Hebestigma
  • Hedysarum
  • Herpyza
  • Hesperolaburnum
  • Heteranthae
  • Heynianae
  • Hippocrepis
  • Hoita
  • Holocalyx
  • Hovea
  • Humularia
  • Hybosema
  • Hylodesmum - sometimes included in Desmodium
  • Hymenocarpos
  • Hymenolobium
  • Hypocalyptus
  • Indigofera
  • Inocarpus
  • Intertextae
  • Isotropis
  • Isthmocarpae
  • Jacksonia
  • Jansonia
  • Kennedia
  • Kotschya
  • Kummerowia
  • Lablab
  • Laburnum
  • Lamprolobium
  • Lasiospron
  • Lathyrus
  • Latrobea
  • Lebeckia
  • Lecointea
  • Lennea
  • Lens
  • Leptoderris
  • Leptodesmia
  • Leptosema
  • Leptospireae
  • Leptospron
  • Lespedeza
  • Lessertia
  • Leucomphalos
  • Liebrechtsia
  • Liparia
  • Lonchocarpus
  • Lotononis
  • Lotus
  • Luetzelburgia
  • Lunatae
  • Lupinus
  • Lupularia
  • Luzonia
  • Maackia
  • Machaerium
  • Macrodontae
  • Macropsychanthus
  • Macroptilium
  • Macrotyloma
  • Margaritolobium
  • Marina
  • Mastersia
  • Mecopus
  • Medicago
  • Melilotus
  • Melliniella
  • Melolobium
  • Mildbraediodendron
  • Millettia
  • Mirbelia
  • Monopteryx
  • Mucuna
  • Muelleranthus
  • Mundulea
  • Myrocarpus
  • Myrospermum
  • Myroxylon
  • Mysanthus
  • Nemcia
  • Neocollettia
  • Neoharmsia
  • Neonotonia
  • Neorautanenia
  • Neorudolphia
  • Nephrodesmus
  • Nesphostylis
  • Nissolia
  • Nogra
  • Ohwia - sometimes included in Desmodium
  • Olneya
  • Onobrychis
  • Ononis
  • Ophrestia
  • Orbexilum
  • Orbiculares
  • Oreophysa
  • Ormocarpopsis
  • Ormocarpum
  • Ormosia
  • Ornithopus
  • Oryxis
  • Ostryocarpus
  • Otholobium
  • Otoptera
  • Oxylobium
  • Oxyrhynchus
  • Oxytropis
  • Pachyrhizus
  • Pachyspireae
  • Panurea
  • Paracalyx
  • Paramachaerium
  • Parochetus
  • Parryella
  • Pearsonia
  • Pediomelum
  • Pedunculares
  • Peltiera
  • Periandra
  • Pericopsis
  • Petaladenium
  • Peteria
  • Petteria
  • Phaseolus
  • Phylacium
  • Phyllodium
  • Phyllota
  • Phylloxylon
  • Physostigma
  • Pickeringia
  • Pictetia
  • Piptanthus
  • Piscidia
  • Pisum
  • Plagiocarpus
  • Platycarpae
  • Platycelyphium
  • Platycyamus
  • Platylobium
  • Platymiscium
  • Platypodium
  • Platysepalum
  • Plectrotropis
  • Podalyria
  • Podocytisus
  • Poecilanthe
  • Poiretia
  • Poitea
  • Polhillia
  • Pongamiopsis
  • Procerae
  • Procumbentes
  • Prorhizomatosae
  • Pseudarthria
  • Pseudeminia
  • Pseudoeriosema
  • Pseudoliebrechtsia
  • Pseudovigna
  • Psophocarpus
  • Psoralea
  • Psoralidium
  • Psorothamnus
  • Pterocarpus
  • Pterodon
  • Ptycholobium
  • Ptychosema
  • Pueraria
  • Pultenaea
  • Pycnospora
  • Pyranthus
  • Rafnia
  • Ramorinoa
  • Reflexae
  • Retama
  • Reticulatae
  • Rhizomatosae
  • Rhodopis
  • Rhynchosia
  • Rhynchotropis
  • Riedeliella
  • Robinia
  • Robynsiophyton
  • Rotatae
  • Rothia
  • Rupertia
  • Sakoanala
  • Salweenia
  • Sarcodum
  • Sartoria
  • Schefflerodendron
  • Scorpiurus
  • Sellocharis
  • Sesbania
  • Shuteria
  • Sigmoidotropis
  • Sinodolichos
  • Smirnowia
  • Smithia
  • Soemmeringia
  • Sophora
  • Spartidium
  • Spartium
  • Spathionema
  • Spatholobus
  • Sphaerolobium
  • Sphaerophysa
  • Sphenostylis
  • Sphinctospermum
  • Spirocarpos
  • Spirotropis
  • Spongiocarpella
  • Stauracanthus
  • Stirtonanthus
  • Stracheya
  • Streblorrhiza
  • Strongylodon
  • Strophostyles
  • Stylosanthes
  • Styphnolobium
  • Sutherlandia
  • Swainsona
  • Swartzia
  • Sweetia
  • Sylvichadsia
  • Tadehagi
  • Taralea
  • Taverniera
  • Templetonia
  • Tephrosia
  • Teramnus
  • Teyleria
  • Thermopsis
  • Tipuana
  • Trierectoides
  • Trifidacanthus
  • Trifolium
  • Trigonella
  • Tripodion
  • Triseminatae
  • Uleanthus
  • Ulex
  • Uraria
  • Uribea
  • Urodon
  • Vandasina
  • Vatairea
  • Vataireopsis
  • Vatovaea
  • Vavilovia
  • Vermifrux
  • Vicia
  • Vigna
  • Viminaria
  • Virgilia
  • Weberbauerella
  • Wiborgia
  • Wisteria
  • Xanthocercis
  • Zollernia
  • Zornia
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