Author: Jan Scholten
Genera: Buhsia, Cleome, Cleomella, Gynandropsis, Haptocarpum, Oxystylis, Physostemon, Polanisia, Wislizenia.
Botany: herbs; flowers 4 merous; curved embryo; endosperm ± lacking; vestured pits in vessels; gynophore long; stamens long; 2 carpels; vacuolar and utricular cysternae of endoplasmatic reticulum; fruit with rim.
In the Apg3 classification Cleomaceae is a Family in the Order Brassicales. Cleomaceae is sometimes included in Brassicaceae and in the past in Capparidaceae.
In the Plant theory Capparidaceae is treated in the same way and placed in Subphase 5.
They will have the feeling of being neglected in their intellectual and creative qualities at one hand and have a strong power to show others that this is unjust, that they can be the best when they put their strength and effort in their projects.