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Wettstein system

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A system of plant taxonomy, the Wettstein system recognised the following main groups, according to Richard Wettstein's Handbuch der Systematischen Botanik (1901–1924).[1]

3rd edition (1924)

Outline

Synopsis[2]

  • Flagellatae p. 65
  • Myxophyta p. 69
  • Schizophyta
    • Schizophyceae
    • Schizomycetes
  • Zygophyta
    • Peridinieae
    • Bacillarieae
      • Centricae
      • Pennatae
    • Conjugatae
  • Phaeophytae
  • Rhodophyta
    • Bangieae
    • Florideae
  • Euphallophyta
    • Chlorophyceae
    • Fungi
      • Eumycetes
        • Phycomycetes
        • Ascomycetes
        • Basidiomycetes
      • Lichenes
        • Ascolichenes
        • Basidiolichenes
  • Cormophyta
    • Archegoniatae
      • Bryophyta
        • Musci
        • Hepaticae
      • Pteridophyta
        • Psilophytinae
        • Lycopodiinae
        • Psilotinae
        • Equisetinae
        • Isoëtinae
        • Filicinae
        • Cycadofilicinae
    • Anthophyta
      • Gymnospermae
        • Cycadinae
        • Bennettitinae
        • Cordaitinae
        • Gingkoinae
        • Coniferae
        • Gnetinae
      • Angiospermae p. 467
        • Dicotyledones p. 539
          • Choripetalae
            • Monochlamydeae p. 540
            • Dialypetalae
          • Sympetalae
        • Monocotyledones p. 848

Scheme

  • Flagellatae p. 65
  • I. phylum Schizophyta
    1. classis Schizophyceae
    2. classis Schizomycetes
  • II. phylum Monadophyta
  • III. phylum Myxophyta p. 69
  • IV. phylum Conjugatophyta
  • V. phylum Bacillariophyta
  • VI. phylum Conjugatae
  • VII. phylum Rhodophyta
    1. classis Bang|1924|loc=[]ieae
    2. classis Florideae
  • VIII. phylum Euthallophyta
    1. classis Chlorophyceae
    2. classis Fungi
    A. Eumycetes
    1. subclassis Phycomycetes
    2. subclassis Ascomycetes
    3. subclassis Basidiomycetes
    B. Lichenes
    1. subclassis Ascolichenes
    2. subclassis Basidiolichenes
  • IX. phylum Cormophyta
    I. divisio Archegoniatae

Bryophyta

  • 1. subdivisio Bryophyta
    1. classis Musci
    2. classis Hepaticae

Pteridophyta

  • 2. subdivisio Pteridophyta
    1. classis Psilophytinae
    2. classis Lycopodiinae
    3. classis Psilotinae
    4. classis Articulatae
    5. classis Filicinae
    II. divisio Anthophyta
    1. subdivisio Gymnospermae
    1. classis Pteridospermae
    2. classis Cycadinae
    3. classis Benettitinae
    4. classis Cordaïtinae
    5. classis Ginkgoinae
    6. classis Coniferae
    7. classis Gnetinae
    2. subdivisio Angiospermae
    1. classis Dicotyledones
    1. subclassis Choripetalae
    A. Monochlamideae
    B. Dialypetalae
    2. subclassis Sympetalae
    2. classis Monocotyledones

Gymnospermae

Angiospermae

Dicotyledones
Monocotyledones

References

Bibliography

Note: This is a selected list of the more influential systems. There are many other systems, for instance a review of earlier systems, published by Lindley in his 1853 edition, and Dahlgren (1982). Examples include the works of Scopoli, Batsch and Grisebach.

This page was last edited on 26 February 2017, at 02:31.
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