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Liliaceae (zambakgiller) anahtarı

Boraginaceae:, Antoine Laurent de Jussieu, 1789.
Liliaceae (zambakgiller).
Kocaeli’nde görülen Liliaceae – Asparagaceae – Smilacaceae – Colchicaceae – Amaryllidaceae – Asphodelaceae cinsleri:
1. Plant climbing, with 2 tendrils on petiole, stems prickly, at least below 1. Smilax
1. Plant not climbing, without tendrils, stems unarmed
 2. Plant in flower without stem or peduncleabove ground; ovary subterranean
  3. Perianth segments united below into a long slender tube 30. Colchicum
 2. Plant in flower with stem or peduncle apparent above ground
  4. Leaves reduced to inconspicuous scarious bracts on stems, bearing in their axils 1-several green leaf like structures (cladodes)
   5. Flower (or fruit) borne on upper or lower surface of an ovate to lanceolate cladode; stamens 3 2. Ruscus
   5. Flower (or fruit) axillary on stem, not borne on a cladode; stamens 6
    6. Cladodes linear or needle like, flowers 1-several in branch or cladode axils 4. Asparagus
  4. Leaves normally developed, sometimes absent at flowering time
   7. Flowers in an umbel, at first within a spathe of united bracts; plant usually with distinctive smell of garlic or onions
    8. Perianth segments all 1 veined; pedicels not thickened or forming a disc 11. Allium
   7. Flowers neither in an umbel nor enclosed at first within a spathe, if subumbellate (cf. Gagea) then with separate leaf like bracts on inflorescence; plant not smelling of garlic or onions
    9. Flowering stems or peduncles bearing leaves or leaf like bracts
     10. Leaves alternate, paired or in several whorls, parallel veined; flowers with 3 outer and 3 inner ± similar perianth segments
      11. Perianth segments united into cylindrical tube with short free lobes; stamens inserted near mouth of tube; flowers axillary; fruit a berry 5. Polygonatum
      11. Perianth segments free to base; filaments inserted at base of perianth; flowers or inflorescence terminal; fruit a capsule
       12. Style 1 (sometimes with 3 distinct stigmatic lobes) or stigma sessile; inflorescence simple, racemose, subumbellate or 1 flowered; leaves not strongly veined
        13. Leaves not distichous, dorsiventral; filaments glabrous or dilated hairy at base; seeds not as above
         14. Stigma on a well developed style; seeds various
          15. Leaves numerous; anthers versatile, dorsifixed
           16. Leaves with sheathing base; pedicels jointed; stamens equal; rootstock a rhizome; seeds triquetrous 9. Asphodeline
           16. Leaves without sheathing base; pedicels not jointed; stamens unequal; rootstock a bulb; seeds flat 22. Lilium
          15. Leaves few (2-12); anthers erect, basifixed
           17. Flowers erect or ascending; perianth segments 1-2 cm 26. Gagea
           17. Flowers pendent; perianth segments (1-)2-4(-5,5) cm
            18. Perianth campanulate to saucer shaped, nectaries conspicuous; leaves 2 to many, never marbled 23. Fritillaria
    9. Flowering stems or peduncles leafless, bracts (if present) not leaf like; leaves basal, sometimes absent at flowering time
     19. Plant with leaves at flowering time
      20. Periants segments free to base or united only for 1/5 or less of total length of perianth
       21. Anthers versatile, dorsifixed
        22. Stamen filaments broadened at base, covering ovary; pedicels jointed; rootstock not bulbous, roots cylindrical or swollen; seeds triquetrous 7. Asphodelus
        22. Stamen filaments not closely covering ovary; pedicel not jointed; rootstock bulbous; seeds not triquetrous
         23. Perianth white (with green fascia), yellowish o greenish; seeds globose or flattened, wrinkled, cinder like 17. Ornithogalum
         23. Perianth blue, purple or rarely white (without green fascia); seeds ovoid, ellipsoid or subglobose 14. Scilla
       21. Anthers erect, ± basifixed
        24. Stamens shorter than perianth segments
         25. Leaves flat, ensiform, fibrous coriaceous; flowers pendent 35. Yucca
      20. Periants segments united for 1/4 or more of total length of perianth
       26. Leaves not fibrous
        28. Perianth tube longer than lobes
         31. Leaves linear, linear lanceolate or lingulate, less than 3 cm broad; perianth subglobose, ovoid, tubular or campanulate; fruit a capsule; rootstock a bulb
          32. Perianth constricted at mouth, lobes 1/6 x tube to much less, usually a different colour to the tube; seeds smooth, black with a grape like bloom (pruinose) 18. Muscari
          32. Perianth not constricted at mouth; lobes and seeds various
           33. Perianth shorter, narrowed at base, variously coloured; seeds without elaiosome
            34. Perianth tubular or campanulate, blackish blue with whitish lobes, or campanulate and sky blue with darker blue fascia; seeds (when known) smooth and black with a grape like bloom 18. Muscari
            34. Perianth and seeds not as above
             35. Capsule triquetrous with thin concave valves; perianth often with dorsal crests or pouches, becoming brown, dark purple or indigo after anthesis, rarely bright blue, finally deciduous in fruit; veins on leaves not elevated; seeds smooth, dark blue or black 20. Bellevalia

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