Dysphania subsect. Incisa

(Standley) Mosyakin & Clemants

Ukrayins’k. Bot. Zhurn., n. s. 59: 383. 2002.

Basionym: Incisa Standley in N. L. Britton et al., N. Amer. Fl. 21: 25. 1916
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 4. Treatment on page 272. Mentioned on page 268, 269.

Leaf-blades lanceolate to ovate or elliptic or entire, margins shallowly lobate, sinuate, or sinuate-pinnatifid or entire. Inflorescences terminal compound cymes [rarely wiht bristlelike sterile tips]. Perianth segments not keeled, often with corniculate appendages at apex.

Distribution

sw North America, South America

Discussion

Species 3 (1 in the flora).

Selected References

None.

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Mucronate (?) +, Acuminate (?) +, Attenuate (?) +, Acute (?) +  and Obtuse (?) +
corniculate +
Steven E. Clemants +  and Sergei L. Mosyakin +
(Standley) Mosyakin & Clemants +
slippery +
aromatic +
cuneate to truncate +
Incisa +
lobed +, elliptic +, ovate +, oblanceolate +, lanceolate +  and linear +
persistent +  and deciduous +
reddish-brown +, black +, brown +  and green +
sw North America +  and South America +
symmetric +, or +  and uniseriate +
unisexual +  and bisexual +
aromatic +
glabrescent +
compound +  and simple +
reduced +
not winged +  and winged +
serrate +, dentate +  and entire +
entire +, sinuate-pinnatifid +, sinuate +  and lobate +
crassinucellate +  and bitegmic +
campylotropous +
1 +  and single +
persistent +  and deciduous +
distinct +  and connate +
nonadherent +  and adherent +
membranaceous +
Ukrayins’k. Bot. Zhurn., n. s. +
pointing +  and ascending +
basal +, median +  and position +
bulbous +  and taprooted +
fusiform +
fleshy +  and fibrous +
smooth +  and rugose +
subglobose +  and lenticular +
cylindric +
1 (?) +  and 5 (?) +
not jointed +  and branched +
opposite +  and alternate +
prostrate +  and decumbent +
ascending +  and erect +
not fleshy +
1 +  and 3 +
filiform +
sessile +  and petiolate +
reduced;small +
horizontal +  and vertical +
verrucate +
Dysphania subsect. Incisa +
Dysphania sect. Botryoides +
subsection +
polygamous +, dioecious +  and monoecious +