Summary of recent systems of angiosperm classification

@article{Reveal2011SummaryOR,
  title={Summary of recent systems of angiosperm classification},
  author={James Lauritz Reveal},
  journal={Kew Bulletin},
  year={2011},
  volume={66},
  pages={5-48}
}
SummarySeven recently established (2007 – 2010) systems of classification for flowering plants (Magnoliidae or angiosperms) are uniformly arranged in a linear fashion to allow ready comparisons with an eighth proposed anew here. Uniform names and orthography are used throughout with author abbreviations; however, the choice of names above the rank of family are not standardised as rules of priority do not apply. Full bibliographic information is not given but is available both in print and… 
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