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The lily family , Liliaceae , consists of about 15 genera and about known species [4] of flowering plants within the order Liliales.

They are monocotyledonous , perennial , herbaceous , often bulbous geophytes. Plants in this family have evolved with a fair amount of morphological diversity despite genetic similarity. Common characteristics include large flowers with parts arranged in threes: The leaves are linear in shape, with their veins usually arranged parallel to the edges, single and arranged alternating on the stem, or in a rosette at the base.

Most species are grown from bulbs, although some have rhizomes. First described in , the lily family became a paraphyletic "catch-all" wastebasket group of petaloid monocots that did not fit into other families and included a great number of genera now included in other families and in some cases in other orders. Consequently, many sources and descriptions labelled "Liliaceae" deal with the broader sense of the family.

The family evolved approximately 52 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous to Early Paleogene eras. Liliaceae are widely distributed, mainly in temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere and the flowers are insect pollinated. Many Liliaceae are important ornamental plants , widely grown for their attractive flowers and involved in a major floriculture of cut flowers and dry bulbs. Some species are poisonous if eaten and can have adverse health effects in humans and household pets.

A number of Liliaceae genera are popular cultivated plants in private and public spaces. Lilies and tulips in particular have had considerable symbolic and decorative value, and appear frequently in paintings and the decorative arts. They are also an economically important product. The diversity of characteristics complicates any description of the Liliaceae morphology, and confused taxonomic classification for centuries.

The diversity is also of considerable evolutionary significance, as some members emerged from shaded areas and adapted to a more open environment see Evolution. The Liliaceae are characterised as monocotyledonous, perennial, herbaceous, bulbous or rhizomatous in the case of Medeoleae [6] flowering plants with simple trichomes root hairs and contractile roots. They contain both male androecium and female gynoecium characteristics and are symmetric radially, but sometimes as a mirror image.

Most flowers are large and colourful, except for Medeoleae. Both the petals and sepals are usually similar and appear as two concentric groups whorls of 'petals', that are often striped or multi-coloured, and produce nectar at their bases.

The stamens are usually in two groups of three trimerous and the pollen has a single groove monosulcate. The ovary is placed above the attachment of the other parts superior. There are three fused carpels syncarpus with one to three chambers locules , a single style and a three-lobed stigma. The embryo sac is of the Fritillaria type. The fruit is generally a wind dispersed capsule, but occasionally a berry Medeoleae which is dispersed by animals. The leaves are generally simple and elongated with veins parallel to the edges, arranged singly and alternating on the stem, but may form a rosette at the base of the stem.

Characteristics often vary by habitat, between shade-dwelling genera such as Prosartes , Tricyrtis , Cardiocrinum , Clintonia , Medeola , Prosartes , and Scoliopus and sun loving genera.

Shade-dwelling genera usually have broader leaves with smooth edges and net venation, and fleshy fruits berries with animal-dispersed seeds, rhizomes , and small, inconspicuous flowers while genera native to sunny habitats usually have narrow, parallel-veined leaves, capsular fruits with wind-dispersed seeds, bulbs, and large, visually conspicuous flowers. The taxonomy of the Liliaceae has a very complex history. The family was first described in the eighteenth century, and over time many other genera were added until it became one of the largest of the monocotyledon families, and also extremely diverse.

Modern taxonomic systems, such as the APG which is based on phylogenetic principles using molecular biology , have redistributed many of these genera resulting in the relatively small family that is currently recognised. Consequently, there are many different accounts of the Liliaceae in the literature and older uses of the term occur commonly. To distinguish between them, the Latin terms sensu lato and sensu stricto are frequently used together with their abbreviations, s.

The family Liliaceae was described by Michel Adanson in and formally named by Antoine Laurent de Jussieu in Jussieu defined this grouping as having a calyx of six equal colored parts, six stamens , a superior ovary , single style , and a trilocular three-chambered capsule. By , John Lindley , the first English systematist unhappily acknowledged the great diversity in the circumscription of the family, and that it had expanded vastly, with many subdivisions. As he saw it, the Liliaceae were already paraphyletic "catch-all" , being all Liliales not included in the other orders, but hoped that the future would reveal some characteristic that would group them better.

He recognized genera and species. Cronquist merged the Liliaceae with the Amaryllidaceae , making this one of the largest monocotyledon families. Many other botanists echoed Lindley's earlier concerns about the phylogeny of the Liliaceae, but various schemes to divide the family gained little traction.

Dahlgren suggested there were in fact forty — not one — families distributed over three orders predominantly Liliales and Asparagales. Considerable progress in plant phylogeny and phylogenetic theory enabled a phylogenetic tree to be constructed for all of the flowering plants, as elaborated by the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group The Angiosperm Phylogeny Group APG made rapid progress in establishing a modern monophyletic classification of the flowering plants by Particularly enigmatic were Clintonia , Medeola , Scoliopus , and Tricyrtis.

Of the fifteen genera within the Liliaceae, the ten genera of the Lilioideae subfamily form one morphological group that is characterised by contractile bulbs and roots, and a Fritillaria-type embryo-sac megagametophyte with four megaspores.

Within the Lilioideae, Clintonia and the closely related Medeola form a subclade, and are now considered a separate tribe Medeoleae. The development of a phylogenetic approach to taxonomy suggested the Liliales formed some of the earliest monocots. The closest sister family to the Liliaceae are the Smilacaceae with the Liliaceae separating 52 million years ago. Liliaceae thus arose during the late Maastrichtian Cretaceous to early Paleocene Paleogene periods. The Medeoleae Clintonia and Medeola may have appeared in North America but were subsequently dispersed, as may have the Streptopoideae and Calochortoideae.

The Liliaceae probably arose as shade plants , with subsequent evolution to open areas including deciduous forest in the more open autumnal period, but then a return of some species e. This was accompanied by a shift from rhizomes to bulbs , to more showy flowers, the production of capsular fruit and narrower parallel-veined leaves. Again, some reversal to the broader reticulate-veined leaves occurred e. Due to the diversity of the originally broadly defined Liliaceae s. The Angiosperm Phylogeny Website APweb [3] recognizes three subfamilies, one of which is divided into two tribes.

Currently the APWeb lists fifteen genera, arranged as shown in this table: The largest genera are Gagea , Fritillaria , Lilium , and Tulipa 75 species , all within the Lilieae tribe. The name "Liliaceae" English: The Liliaceae are widely distributed, but mainly in the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. The centre of diversity is from southwest Asia to China.

Their distribution is diverse, mainly in plains , steppes , and alpine meadows , but also in deciduous forests , Mediterranean scrub and arctic tundra. The Liliaceae are ecologically diverse. The colorful flowers produce large amounts of nectar and pollen that attract insects which pollinate them entomophily , particularly bees and wasps hymenopterophily , butterflies psychophily and moths phalaenophily.

Scoliopus , Erythronium and Gagea have seeds with an aril structure that are dispersed by ants myrmecochory. Liliaceae are subject to a wide variety of diseases and pests, including insects , such as thrips , aphids , beetles and flies. Also fungi , viruses and vertebrate animals such as mice and deer.

A major pest of Tulips is the fungus, Botrytis tulipae. Both Lilium and Tulipa are susceptible to a group of five viruses of the Potyviridae family, specifically the potyvirus named for Potato virus Y group, which includes the Tulip-breaking Virus TBV and the Lily streak virus Lily mottle virus, LMoV resulting in 'breaking' of the color of the flowers.

The viruses are transmitted by aphids. This breaking effect was of economic importance during the tulip mania of the seventeenth century, because it appeared to be producing new varieties. One of these varieties is known as 'Rembrandt', after the Dutch artist of that name. Contemporary tulip owners commonly had Rembrandt and other artists paint their flowers to preserve them for posterity, hence the 'broken' tulips were known as Rembrandt tulips at that time.

Another modern variety is 'Princess Irene'. Many species of Lilieae in genera Tulipa , Fritillaria , Lilium , and Erythronium and Calochortoideae Calochortus and Tricyrtis are grown as ornamental plants worldwide. Within these genera a wide range of cultivars have been developed by breeding and hybridisation. They are generally used in outdoor gardens and other displays, although in common with many bulbous flowering plants they are often induced to bloom indoors, particularly during the winter months.

They also form a significant part of the cut flower market , in particular Tulipa and Lilium. Tulips have been cultivated since at least the tenth century in Persia. The latter are used, in turn, to meet the demand for bulbs for parks, gardens and home use and, secondly, to provide the necessary bulbs for cut flower production. International trade in cut flowers has an approximate total value of 11 billion euros , which provides an indication of the economic importance of this activity.

Other leading producers include Japan , France and Poland. Approximately ten other countries produce commercial tulips, largely for the domestic market. By contrast, the Netherlands is the leading international producer, to the extent of 4 billion bulbs per annum. Original Tulipa species can be obtained for ornamental purposes, such as Tulipa tarda and Tulipa turkestanica.

These are referred to as species, or botanical, tulips , and tend to be smaller plants but better at naturalising than the cultivated forms. Breeding programs have produced a wide range of tulip types, enabling blooming through a much longer season by creating early, mid- and late spring varieties. Fourteen distinct types are available in addition to botanical tulips, including Lily-flowered, Fringed, Viridiflora and Rembrandt.

In addition to blooming season, tulip varieties differ in shape, and height, and exhibit a wide range of colours, both pure and in combination. Approximately ten countries produce lilies commercially altogether. About half of the commercial production is for cut flowers. Many of these countries export bulbs as well as supplying the domestic market. One particularly important crop is the production of Lilium longiflorum , whose white flowers are associated with purity and Easter.

Although many Lilium species such as Lilium martagon and Lilium candidum can be obtained commercially, the majority of commercially available lilies represent the products of a very diverse hybridisation program, which has resulted in a separate horticultural classification, including such groupings as Asian, Oriental and Orienpet.

In addition to a very wide variety of heights, lilies can be obtained in many colours and combinations of colours, and if properly selected can produce an extensive blooming season from early summer to autumn. A variety of Fritillaria species are used as early spring ornamental flowers. These vary from the large Fritillaria imperialis crown imperial available in a number of colours such as yellow or orange, to the relatively tiny species such as Fritillaria meleagris or Fritillaria uva-vulpis with their chequered patterns.

Methods of propagation include both sexual and asexual reproduction. Commercial cultivars are usually sterile.

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The debtor's representative must be present at the meeting to be questioned under oath by the trustee and by creditors. Creditors are welcome to attend, but are not required to do so. The meeting may be continued and concluded at a later date without further notice. A Proof of Claim is a signed statement describing a creditor's claim. If a Proof of Claim form is not included with this notice, you can obtain one at any bankruptcy clerk's office.

You may look at the schedules that have been or will be filed at the bankruptcy clerk's office. If your claim is scheduled and is not listed as disputed, contingent, or unliquidated, it will be allowed in the amount scheduled unless you file a Proof of Claim or you are sent further notice about the claim. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. General floral formula of the Liliacaeae: Flowers actinomorphic and hermaphrodite with 6 undifferentiated tepals in two whorls of three , the same number and arrangement of stamens , and a superior ovary with 3 fused carpels.

Individual species and genera may have more or less derived formulas. Section through flower of Fritillaria meleagris. Lilium flower with perigonium of six undifferentiated tepals, arranged in two trimerous whorls and side-connected dorsifixed anthers. Sego lily Calochortus nuttallii with tepals in two clearly distinguished whorls of three sepals and three petals. Tulipa clusiana with three sepals resembling petals. Tricyrtis flower with patterned tepals.

Erythronium revolutum flower with three stigmata and pseudo-basifixed anthers surrounding the filament tip. Lilium with longitudinal dehiscence of anthers. Lilium auratum pollen with typical single-grooved monosulcate pattern. Tulipa humilis flower showing multiple connate fused carpels surrounded by stamens. Examples of the four subdivisions of Liliaceae. Leaves and fruit of Clintonia borealis , Quebec , Canada. Flower of Nomocharis aperta , Yunnan , China.

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