Shintei sōmoku zusetsu - Volume 20

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Shintei Sōmoku Zusetsu - Volume 20

The following list contains indexed links to the relevant plant reference page of Shintei Sōmoku Zusetsu - Volume 20. This linked index is arranged by following the taxonomy of Linnaeus: Linnaeus' Class No. - Genus [Plant name in Japanese] [Scientific name] [Family of plants].

The Volume 20 contains:

  1. Class 21: "Monoecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers on the same plant, contains 9 orders) - "Triandria" (having 3 stamens)
  2. Class 21: "Monoecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers on the same plant, contains 9 orders) - "Pentandria" (having 5 stamens)
  3. Class 21: "Monoecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers on the same plant, contains 9 orders) - "Polyandria" (having more than 7 stamens)
  4. Class 21: "Monoecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers on the same plant, contains 9 orders) - "Monadelphia" (filaments united into one body)
  5. Class 21: "Monoecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers on the same plant, contains 9 orders) - "Syngenesia"
  6. Class 22: "Dioecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers, situated on separate plants, contains 8 orders) - "Tetrandria" (having 4 stamens)
  7. Class 22: "Dioecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers, situated on separate plants, contains 8 orders) - "Pentandria" (having 5 stamens)
  8. Class 22: "Dioecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers, situated on separate plants, contains 8 orders) - "Hexandria" (having 6 stamens)
  9. Class 22: "Dioecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers, situated on separate plants, contains 8 orders) - "Polyandria" (having many stamens)
  10. Class 23: "Polygamia" (stamens and pistils separate in some flowers, united in others, either on the same plant, or on two or three distinct ones of the same species) - "Monoecia" (united flowers, accompanied with barren or fertile, or both, all on one plant)

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1. Class 21: "Monoecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers on the same plant, contains 9 orders) - "Triandria" (having 3 stamens)

[Irakusa] [Urtica Thumbrgiana S. Et Z.] [Urticaceae]
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[Mukago-Irakusa] [Laportea Bulbifera Bl.] [Urticaceae]
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[Mao] [Boehmeria Niver Bl.] [Urticaceae]
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[Kusa-Mao] [Boehmeria Niver Bl. F. Herbacea] [Urticaceae]
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[Yabu-Mao] [Boehmeria Japonia Miq.] [Urticaceae]
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[Yabu-Mao] [Boehmeria Japonia Miq.] [Urticaceae]
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[Akaso] [Boehmeria Spicata Th.] [Urticaceae]
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[Raseitaso] [Boehmeria Biloba Wedd] [Urticaceae]
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[Kuwa-Kusa] [Fatoua Aspera Gaud] [Urticaceae]
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[Tsuru-Mao] [Memorialis Hirta Wedd] [Urticaceae]
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[Yenoki-Gusa, or Amigasaso] [Acalypha Pauciflora Horn.] [Euphorbiaceae]
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[Midzu] [Pilea Petiolaria Bl.] [Urticaceae]
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[Tokihokori] [Elatostemma Japonicum Wedd] [Urticaceae]
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[Miyama-Midzu] [Pilea Articulata] [Urticaceae]
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[Uwabamiso, or Kuchinawajogo] [Pellinia Invalucrata Fr. Et Sav.] [Urticaceae]
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[Mukago-Midzu] [Elatostemma Sp.] [Urticaceae]
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[Sanshoso, or Hai-Midzu] [Pellionia Radicans Wedd.] [Urticaceae]
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[Ha-Geito] [Amarantus Mangostanus L.] [Amarantaceae]
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[Senninkoku] [Amarantus Caudatus L.] [Amarantaceae]
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[Fuji-Geito] [Amarantus Paniculatus L.] [Amarantaceae]
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[Hiyu] [Amarantus Melancholicus Miq.] [Amarantaceae]
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[Inu-Biyu] [Euxolus Virdis Moq. T.] [Amarantaceae]
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[Fukkiso, or Kichijiso] [Pachysandra Terminalis S. Et Z.] [Euphorbiaceae]
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2. Class 21: "Monoecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers on the same plant, contains 9 orders) - "Pentandria" (having 5 stamens)

[Onamomi] [Xanthium Japonicum Wall] [Compositae]
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[Muma-Mitsuba, or Oni-Mitsuba] [Sanicula Elata Hamilt] [Umbellifereae]
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3. Class 21: "Monoecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers on the same plant, contains 9 orders) - "Polyandria" (having more than 7 stamens)

[Shiukaido] [Begonia Grandis Dry] [Begoniaceae]
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[Kuwai] [Sagittaria Sagittata L. Var. Edulis] [Alismaceae]
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[Gowai, or Suita-Guwai] [Sagittaria Sagittata L.] [Alismaceae]
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[Aginashi] [Sagittaria Sagittata L. Var. Sinensis] [Alismaceae]
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[Mikuri] [Sparganium Longifolium Turcz.] [Araceae]
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[Uri-Kawa, or Oboshiso] [Sagittaria Pygmaea Miq.] [Alismaceae]
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4. Class 21: "Monoecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers on the same plant, contains 9 orders) - "Monadelphia" (filaments united into one body)

[Togoma] [Ricinus Communis L.] [Euphorblaceae]
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5. Class 21: "Monoecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers on the same plant, contains 9 orders) - "Syngenesia"

[Karasu-Uri] [Trichosanthes Cucumerioides Ser.] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Ki-Karasu-Uri] [Trichosanthes Japonica Regel.] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Tsuru-Reishi, or Niga-Uri] [Momordica Charantia L.] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Hechima] [Luffa Petola Ser.] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Ki-Uri] [Cucumis Sativus L.] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Shiro-Uri] [Cucumis Conomon Th.] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Makuwa-Uri] [Cucumis Melo L.] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Hime-Uri, or Mikan-Uri] [Cucumis ?] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Tamago-Uri] [Cucumis ?] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Sui-Kwa] [Citrullus Edulis Spach.] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Bo-Furi, or To-Nasu] [Cucurbita Pepo L.] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Kamo-Uri] [Lagenaria Dasistemon Miq.] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Hiyotan] [Lagenaria Vulgaris Ser.] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Gokidzuru] [Actinostemma Japonicum Miq.] [Cucurbitaceae]
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[Sudzume-Uri] [Melothria Regelii Maud.] [Cucurbitaceae]
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6. Class 22: "Dioecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers, situated on separate plants, contains 8 orders) - "Tetrandria" (having 4 stamens)

[Horenso] [Spinacia Inermis L. ?] [Chenopodiaceae]
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7. Class 22: "Dioecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers, situated on separate plants, contains 8 orders) - "Pentandria" (having 5 stamens)

[Asa] [Cannabis Sativa L.] [Urticaceae]
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[Kana-Mugura] [Humulus Japonicus S. Et Z.] [Urticaceae]
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[Karahanaso] [Humulus Cordifolius Miq.] [Urticaceae]
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8. Class 22: "Dioecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers, situated on separate plants, contains 8 orders) - "Hexandria" (having 6 stamens)

[Naga-Dokoro] [Dioscores Sativa L.] [Dioscoreaceae]
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[Maru-Dokoro, or Maruba-Dokoro] [Dioscorea Sativa L. Foliis Rotundis] [Dioscoreaceae]
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[Kikuba-Dokoro] [Dioscorea Quinqueloba Th.] [Dioscoreaceae]
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[Tachi-Dokoro] [Dioscorea Sp.] [Dioscoreaceae]
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[Yama-No-Imo, or Jinenjo] [Dioscorea Japonica Th.] [Dioscoreaceae]
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[Naga-Imo] [Dioscorea Japonica Th. Var Culta] [Dioscoreaceae]
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[Kashiu-Imo] [Dioscorea Japonica Th. F. Bulbifera] [Dioscoreaceae]
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[Amacha-Dzuru] [Gynostemma Cissoides Benth Et Hook] [Cucubitaceae]
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9. Class 22: "Dioecia" (stamens and pistils in separate flowers, situated on separate plants, contains 8 orders) - "Polyandria" (having many stamens)

[Yama-Ai] [Merculialis Leiocarpa S. Et Z.] [Euphorbiaceae]
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10. Class 23: "Polygamia" (stamens and pistils separate in some flowers, united in others, either on the same plant, or on two or three distinct ones of the same species) - "Monoecia" (united flowers, accompanied with barren or fertile, or both, all on one plant)

[Shuroso] [Veratrum Nigrum L.] [Melanthaceae]
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[Baikeiso] [Veratrum Viride W.] [Melanthaceae]
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[Kobaikei, or Shishino-Habaki] [Zygadenus Japonicus Miq.] [Melanthaceae]
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