Remarks on the position, the delimitation and the subdivision of the Rubiaceae

@inproceedings{Bremekamp1966RemarksOT,
  title={Remarks on the position, the delimitation and the subdivision of the Rubiaceae},
  author={Cornelis Eliza Bertus Bremekamp},
  year={1966}
}
It is often assumed that the delimitation and the subdivision of the various families which have been distinguished in the Angiosperms, do no longer offer serious difficulties. They would belong to those objects of study for which already long ago a fairly satisfactory solution was found. If we wish to be acquainted with this solution, the only thing we would have to do, would be to look up such works as Bentham and Hooker’s “Genera Plantarum” and Engler and Prantl’s “Naturliche… 
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