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Alismatales
Botany: herbs; aquatics, marshes.

Taxonomy
The order of the Alismatales in the Monocots consists mostly of water plants.
In the Plant theory the Araceae, the Arum family, an early diverging lineage, is split off in this treatment and has been placed in its own order Arales. The Subphases are tentative.

Subphases
1. Zosteraceae, including Cymodoceaceae, Posidoniaceae, Potamogetonaceae, Ruppiaceae
2. Juncaginaceae
3. Scheuzeriacea, Aponogetonaceae
4. Alismataceae
5. Butomaceae
6. Hydrocharitaceae
7. Tofieldiaceae

Introduction
Very little is known of this order.
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They are still too bound to their family to make contact independently, fearing they will be abandoned by their family if they form a relationship and their loyal is then with someone else. Later they can become very impulsive in making contact. They often have relationships with people who are not well suited to them. They are too naïve and impulsive. Choosing the wrong person usually means the relationship ends quickly. Then they are left alone again, thinking that no one can love them, that they are not good enough and will never find love.

Mind
Autism.
Learning difficulties and disabilities.
Fear: water.

Body
Chest: small breasts.
Rectum: diarrhoea; dysentery.
Urinary: urine scanty; dropsy.
Male: cryptorchism; small penis.
Female: menses scanty, painful; amenorrhoea, primary.
Skin: acne; wounds, insect stings; snake bites.

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