What is another word for Order Rhoeadales?

Pronunciation: [ˈɔːdə ɹˈə͡ʊɐdˌe͡ɪlz] (IPA)

Order Rhoeadales is a group of flowering plants that belong to the Eudicot subclass. Synonyms for the term Order Rhoeadales include Papaverales, which is derived from the Latin word papaver, meaning poppy. This name refers to the fact that many species of the order produce poppy-like flowers. The older name Fumariaceae is also sometimes used to refer to this order, as many of the plants in it have been traditionally used for medicinal purposes. In addition, the term Ranunculales is sometimes used to refer to this group of plants. This name is derived from the Latin word for frog, as many of the plants in the order are found in wet habitats that are home to frogs and other amphibians.

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