in Species Plantarum 1753 was a toughly milestone in taxonomy, where
the binomial nomenclature were introduced. He abandoned the long descriptive
names of classes and orders and two-word generic names and used Joseph
Pitton de Tournefort way of description.
George Bentham (1800-1884) made a
system together with Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911) which were published
Genera plantarum ad
exemplaria imprimis in herbariis kewensibus servata definita
Heinrich Gustav Adolf Engler (Adolf Engler) (1844–1930) and
Karl Anton Eugen Prantl (1849-1893) made the Engler and Prantl or
Phylogenetic System, published in
Die Natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien
Richard Wettstein (Ritter von
in Handbuch der systematischen Botanik
Charles Edwin Bessey (1845-1915)
with focus on the evolutionary divergence of primitive forms.
John Hutchinson's System was published in his two volumes:
Monocotyledonae in 1926, and
in 1934 (2nd edition 1959; 3rd edition, 1973).
(Армен Левонович Тахтаджян,
Takhtadjan or Takhtadzhian) published his
A system and phylogeny of the flowering
Rolf Martin Theodor
Dahlgren (1932-1987) made his
John Cronquist (1919-1991). Made his
Aaron Goldberg's system were
and Phylogeny of the Families of Dicotyledons
in Smithsonian Contributions to Botany 58:
1–314 in 1986 and the
Evolution and Phylogeny of the Families of
Monocotyledons came in 1989 in
Smithsonian Contributions to Botany 71: 1–73.
(1933-) Made a system that were publishing in
Kubitzki, K 1990- with the title:
The families and genera of vascular plants.
Thorne (1920-2015) made his
in 1992. It was published in
geography of the flowering plants.
James Lauritz Reveal
"An ordinal classification for the families
of flowering plants". It was the first system to use the PholyCode
system from Harvard University, and this is the
first, not complete work. It is the first taxonomic
work, done by a larger group of systematic
botanists, worldwide. It were published in Annals
of the Missouri Botanical Garden 85: 531–553.
& al. (1999; 2nd edition, 2002), with the title:
Plant systematics: a phylogenetic approach.
The PhyloCode work on plants is done by the
Angiosperm Phylogeny Group, known as
is based on
evolution, discovered through DNA tests of three genes. Their second edition were published
in Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 141: 399-436,
was published on the 8. of October 2009.
was published on the 6. of April 2016.
With the DNA mapping, the latest system is
for the spore-plants, just like APG
for the Angiosperms; the flowering plants.