Author: Jan Scholten
Botany: 6 genera, 18 species; temperate Australia; shrubs or small trees; small, often narrow leaves; flowers 4 merous, small, wind-pollinated; curved embryo; endosperm ± lacking; vestured pits in vessels.
In the Apg3 classification Resedaceae is a family in the Order Brassicales. Resedaceae are closely related to Gyrostemonaceae and to a lesser extent Tovariaceae and Pentadiplandraceae.
Resedaceae: Caylusea, Ochradenus, Oligomeris, Randonia, Reseda, Sesamoides.
Gyrostemonaceae: Codonocarpus, Cypselocarpus, Didymotheca, Tersonia, Walteranthus.
In the Plant theory Resedacae is treated in the same way and placed in Subphase 3. Gyrostemonaceae, Tovariaceae and Pentadiplandraceae are taken together with Resedaceae.
There is a duality between wanting to be someone special in society at one hand and lacking the strength to do this. They feel that they can go their path only half, always having to ask for support. They need the recognition that what they do is good enough. They need the recognition especially from their father, later also from others. They tend to please others in order to get the needed support.
Vertigo: carsick, seasick.
Ears: hearing acute.