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Composition: 2 genera, -30 species. -Freshwater perennial or rarely annual (Hydrothrix) herbs with a short or creeping rhizome, vertical stems short, rarely submerged (Hydrothrix); raphides present; xylem vessel perforation plates scalariform in the mot, scalariform or vessels absent in the stem, vessels absent from the leaves; leaves mostly in a rosette, sometimes distichous, rarely spirally m g e d along an elongate stem, the blade broad or narrow with primary veins extending fmm base to apex, petiole distinct, sheath mostly closed, intravaginal scales sometimes present, the stornates paracytic; inflarescence a raceme, panicle, thyrse or rarely the flower solitary; flowers bisexual, actinomorphic or zygomorphic; perianth petaloid, marcescent, the segments 6 (4 in Scholleropsis), bisexiate, connate, rarely free (Monochoriu species); stamens 6 or 3 (1 in Hydrothrix), mostly adnate to the perianth but free from one another, sometimes dissimilar and unequal in length, sometimes 1-2 staminodal; anthers oblong, rarely one larger than the others, basifixed or dorsifixed, dehiscence longitudinal, ~ ~ .
Of same (after Baillon). 3 the length to as long as the endosperm; endosperm hard, with protein and oil. Chromosomes: x = 10, also n = 15,19. Composition: 8 genera, 10 species. Distribution: Peru to the southern tip of South America; eastern Australia, New Zealand, the East Indies to New Caledonia and Fiji; southeast Africa. of same, Convailaria majaiip 1s. of flower, stamen inserted on base of corolla, pistil. inflorescence against p t of leaf (after Baillon, Le Ma,,,,t and De,sne). sMILAcAcBAE: b, smilru brrrsiliclrrip branchlet with tendrils and spines and inflorescence in bud, s.
Chemistry: A variety of fructosans present; rarely tanniferous; occasionally cyanogenic; sometimes produce isoquinoline, simple indole or pyrmlizidine alkaloids; sometimes saponiferous; mucilage absent. There is very close similarity between the chemistries of Poaceae and Cyperaceae according to Hegnauer. Harbome points Out the presence of the characteristic leaf flavmids (glycoflavones, tricin) of the Poaceae in Cypemxae; flavone, flavanols and leucoantho- 28 SMlTHX"ICONTRIBUTI0NS TO BOTANY d 29 NUMBER 71 cyanins are fairly numerous in Poaceae and Arecaceae, but there is only one report of flavanol and no leucoanthocyanins from Araceae; coumarin and d-mannitol are present in Poaceae and Arecaceae.