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Scientific Classification of Palm Sedge

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1 Classification
1.1 Kingdom
Plantae
1.2 Phylum
Magnoliophyta
1.3 Class
Lillosida
1.4 Order
Cyperales
1.5 Family
Cyperaceae
1.6 Genus
Carex
1.7 Clade
Not Available
1.8 Tribe
Not Available
1.9 Subfamily
Not Available
1.10 Number of Species
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Rank: N/A (Overall)
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Palm Sedge Kingdom

In the scientific classification of plants from kingdom to species, the Palm Sedge Kingdom is an important factor in the taxonomy of plants. A Kingdom is the second highest taxonomic rank. In general, all living organisms are divided into kingdoms in the form of a classification chart. There are six kingdoms: Plantae, Animalia, Fungi, Protista, Archaea/Archaeabacteria and Bacteria Eubacteria. Palm Sedge Kingdom and all the other plant kingdom are Plantae. Along with the scientific name and classification of Palm Sedge, know about other Palm Sedge Facts.

Palm Sedge Genus and Other Classification

Genus is a group of plants which are related to each other in some or the other way. Palm Sedge genus and other classification is necessary information to know for every botanist. Palm Sedge plant clade, plant tribe and order fall under the scientific classification of Palm Sedge. You can also know the genus of all the plants which fall under Sedge and Rush. Further scientific classification of Palm Sedge is as follows:

  • Clade: Not Available

  • Tribe: Not Available

  • Order: Cyperales

  • Subfamilies: Not Available

Palm Sedge Family

Along with Palm Sedge, scientific classification is also important. Plant family is the group of plants which have something in common. Palm Sedge family is the family in which it has some properties in common with other plants in that family. It gives you the idea of how the plant looks, where the seed pod will be, what the seed will be like, etc. In scientific classification of Palm Sedge, Family is a main factor. The plant's Family is Cyperaceae.