Brassicaceae is a large and complex family of considerable economic importance to humans. The family comprises 338 genera and 3709 species. Molecular phylogenetic analysis is not complete, but indicates a likely cladistic breakdown into about 33 tribes, which do not track perfectly with classical species morphologies. Considerable activity has been conducted in the pursuit of maximizing producti...See more in the Encyclopedia of Life...
- Taxonomic Completion
8.87%33 of 372 accepted Genera.
- Global Pollen Project UUID
- Botanical Reference
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