- Also, considering terms such as "'leaf' culture" get over a third of a million returns on google books, thus indicating notability, don't you think you're violating wp:due policy? 126.96.36.199 (talk) 13:17, 6 September 2016 (UTC)
- "leaf culture" is not about the relationship between leaves and human culture.
- No-one is going to dispute the idea that plant leaves play a role in human culture, but any account needs (a) to take note of what is in the Plant article and (b) to be balanced, dealing with major impacts, such as the use of leaves as food, building materials, fibre sources, etc. I entirely agree with Plantsurfer's action. Peter coxhead (talk) 14:45, 6 September 2016 (UTC)
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As it happens, Embryophyta, as proposed in Adl et al., 2012 is of identical composition to Plantae sensu Haeckel, 1866. The entry on Embryophyta in the revised classification reads as follows: "Embryophyta Engler 1886, emend. Lewis & McCourt 2004 [Cormophyta Endlicher 1836; Plantae Haeckel 1866"
In Adl et al., 2005, Sina Adl & his collaborators used Plantae; in the revised classification, they opt for Engler's group, Embryophyta (a junior synonym, but rules of priority don't apply here).(Talk) 15:09, 10 October 2016 (UTC)
- The Wikipedia article Plant defines plants as Plantae sensu Copeland (1956) and includes green algae: therefore the article is treating Plantae as not equivalent to Embryophyta. We need to develop some consistency here across articles, so perhaps it would be appropriate to discuss this at Wikiproject Plants. Plantsurfer 17:43, 10 October 2016 (UTC)
- @Deuterostome: as Plantsurfer says, the definition of Plantae agreed by WP:PLANTS for use in plant articles is as per the article Plant. Unless and until there is a consensus to the contrary, this is the definition that should be used in taxoboxes, although where appropriate other definitions should, of course, be discussed. Peter coxhead (talk) 18:51, 10 October 2016 (UTC)