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Cucurbitaceae

Cucurbitaceae
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Magnoliopsida
Order: Violales[?]
Family: Cucurbitaceae
Genera
Abobra[?]
Acanthosicyos[?]
Actinostemma[?]
Alsomitra[?]
Ampelosycios[?]
Anacaona[?]
Apatzingania[?]
Apodanthera[?]
Bambekea[?]
Benincasa[?]
Biswarea[?]
Bolbostemma[?]
Brandegea[?]
Bryonia[?]
Calycophysum[?]
Cayaponia[?]
Cephalopentandra[?]
Ceratosanthes[?]
Chalema[?]
Cionosicyos[?]
Citrullus
Coccinia[?]
Cogniauxia[?]
Corallocarpus[?]
Cremastopus[?]
Ctenolepis[?]
Cucumella[?]
Cucumeropsis[?]
Cucumis[?]
Cucurbita
Cucurbitella[?]
Cyclanthera[?]
Dactyliandra[?]
Dendrosicyos[?]
Dicoelospermum[?]
Dieterlea[?]
Diplocyclos[?]
Doyerea[?]
Ecballium[?]
Echinocystis[?]
Echinopepon[?]
Edgaria[?]
Elateriopsis[?]
Eureiandra[?]
Fevillea[?]
Gerrardanthus[?]
Gomphogyne[?]
Gurania[?]
Guraniopsis[?]
Gymnopetalum[?]
Gynostemma[?]
Halosicyos[?]
Hanburia[?]
Helmontia[?]
Hemsleya[?]
Herpetospermum[?]
Hodgsonia[?]
Ibervillea[?]
Indofevillea[?]
Kedrostis[?]
Lagenaria[?]
Lemurosicyos[?]
Luffa
Marah[?]
Melancium[?]
Melothria[?]
Melothrianthus[?]
Microsechium[?]
Momordica[?]
Muellerargia[?]
Mukia[?]
Myrmecosicyos[?]
Neoalsomitra[?]
Nothoalsomitra[?]
Odosicyos[?]
Oreosyce[?]
Parasicyos[?]
Penelopeia[?]
Peponium[?]
Peponopsis[?]
Polyclathra[?]
Posadaea[?]
Praecitrullus[?]
Pseudocyclanthera[?]
Pseudosicydium[?]
Psiguria[?]
Pteropepon[?]
Pterosicyos[?]
Raphidiocystis[?]
Ruthalicia[?]
Rytidostylis[?]
Schizocarpum[?]
Schizopepon[?]
Sechiopsis[?]
Sechium[?]
Selysia[?]
Seyrigia[?]
Sicana[?]
Sicydium[?]
Sicyos[?]
Sicyosperma[?]
Siolmatra[?]
Siraitia[?]
Solena[?]
Tecunumania[?]
Telfairia[?]
Thladiantha[?]
Trichosanthes[?]
Tricyclandra[?]
Trochomeria[?]
Trochomeriopsis[?]
Tumacoca[?]
Vaseyanthus[?]
Wilbrandia[?]
Xerosicyos[?]
Zanonia[?]
Zehneria[?]
Zombitsia[?]
Zygosicyos[?]
References
Delta (http://biodiversity.uno.edu/delta/angio/www/cucurbit.htm) 2002-09-03
Cucurbitaceae is a family of plants including the melon, cucumber, gourd, squash, and loofa.



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