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During this quantity, 24 flowering plant households comprising a complete of 911 genera are taken care of. They characterize the asterid order Lamiales with the exception of Acanthaceae (including Avicenniaceae), to be able to be integrated in a later quantity. even though many of the constituent households of the order were well-known as being heavily similar in the past, the inclusion of the households Byblidaceae, Carlemanniaceae and Plocospermataceae is the outcome often of modern molecular systematic study.
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