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Family Sequence

Volume 1: Introduction Volume 2-3: Lycopodiaceae through Polypodiaceae Volume 2-3: Lycopodiaceae through Polypodiaceae Volume 4: Cycadaceae-Fagaceae Volume 5: Ulmaceae-Basellaceae
Volume 6: Caryophyllaceae-Lardizabalaceae Volume 7: Menispermaceae-Capparaceae Volume 8: Brassicaceae-Saxifragaceae Volume 9: Pittosporaceae-Connaraceae Volume 10: Fabaceae
Volume 11: Oxalidaceae-Aceraceae Volume 12: Hippocastanaceae-Theaceae Volume 13: Clusiaceae-Araliaceae Volume 14: Apiaceae-Ericaceae Volume 15: Myrsinaceae-Loganiaceae
Volume 16: Gentianaceae-Boraginaceae Volume 17: Verbenaceae-Solanaceae Volume 18: Scrophulariaceae-Gesneriaceae Volume 19: Cucurbitaceae-Valerianaceae, with Annonaceae and Berberidaceae Volume 20-21: Asteraceae
Volume 20-21: Asteraceae Volume 22: Poaceae Volume 23: Acoraceae-Cyperaceae Volume 24: Flagellariaceae-Marantaceae Volume 25: Orchidaceae

Families of seed plants follow a modified Englerian system in which dicots are treated between the gymnosperms and monocots. This facilitates comparison of Flora of China treatments with Flora Reipublicae Popularis Sinicae treatments. Families of fern and fern-allies are arranged according to Ching (1978). Modern information on the circumscriptions of families is incorporated.

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