Vascular Plants

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Burnett, G.T. (1835), Outlines of Botany (Section) Burnett, G.T. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Aesculaceae Burnett
  2. Amaryllidoideae Burnett
  3. Aphyllanthaceae Burnett
  4. Arecidae Burnett
  5. Arecoideae Burnett
  6. Asphodeloideae Burnett
  7. Asterineae Burnett
  8. Betaceae Burnett
  9. Brassicaceae Burnett
  10. Bromaceae Burnett
  11. Byttnerioideae Burnett
  12. Capparoideae Burnett
  13. Cleomoideae Burnett
  14. Coriandraceae Burnett
  15. Cynomoriales Burnett
  16. Gustaviaceae Burnett
  17. Lathyraceae Burnett
  18. Menthaceae Burnett
  19. Mutisiaceae Burnett
  20. Myrtineae Burnett
  21. Naucleeae Burnett
  22. Nolinoideae Burnett
  23. Papyraceae Burnett
  24. Phoenicaceae Burnett
  25. Pinopsida Burnett
  26. Quercales Burnett
  27. Scilloideae Burnett
  28. Smilacoideae Burnett
  29. Smyrniaceae Burnett
  30. Sterculioideae Burnett
  31. Thymelaeoideae Burnett
  32. Zamiales Burnett

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