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Magnoliopsid family   Listen
Magnoliopsid family

noun
1.
Family of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination.  Synonym: dicot family.






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Words linked to "Magnoliopsid family" :   sapodilla family, Staphylaceae, Asclepiadaceae, Loganiaceae, gourd family, family Haloragidaceae, Casuarinaceae, walnut family, Myrsinaceae, family Nepenthaceae, myrsine family, family Salvadoraceae, Rhamnaceae, family Urticaceae, Aceraceae, family Elaeagnaceae, family Juglandaceae, buckbean family, mangrove family, family, family Empetraceae, family Droseraceae, family Cecropiaceae, Nepenthaceae, family Buxaceae, family Theophrastaceae, family Myricaceae, family Hippocastanaceae, horse-chestnut family, Celastraceae, asterid dicot family, flax family, Lobeliaceae, family Primulaceae, maple family, family Sapindaceae, family Cannabidaceae, family Hydnoraceae, family Celastraceae, Rafflesiaceae, family Menyanthaceae, family Symplocaceae, family Rhamnaceae, Rhizophoraceae, family Aceraceae, water-milfoil family, Dicotyledonae, family Lythraceae, family Apocynaceae, Moraceae, Linaceae, Saururaceae, family Myrsinaceae, lobelia family, Primulaceae, class Magnoliopsida, Lythraceae, Proteaceae, family Anacardiaceae, loosestrife family, family Haloragaceae, pitcher-plant family, family Aristolochiaceae, box family, Punicaceae, family Rhizophoraceae, sundew family, Menyanthaceae, Symplocaceae, Theophrastaceae, Aristolochiaceae, family Myrtaceae, dilleniid dicot family, Combretaceae, family Ebenaceae, Hydnoraceae, Goodenia family, magnoliid dicot family, Juglandaceae, mulberry family, family Piperaceae, Dicotyledones, class Dicotyledonae, plantain family, Ulmaceae, corkwood family, Amygdalaceae, holly family, Thymelaeaceae, family Plantaginaceae, dicot family, family Combretaceae, family Convolvulaceae, Goodeniaceae, family Trapaceae, family Amygdalaceae, family Plumbaginaceae, family Rafflesiaceae, family Gentianaceae, family Moraceae, leadwort family, Orobanchaceae, family Styracaceae, nettle family, broomrape family, Haloragaceae, spindle-tree family, family Lecythidaceae, lizard's-tail family, buckthorn family, Aquifoliaceae, family Leitneriaceae, olive family, myrtle family, Myrtaceae, hemp family, tupelo family, bladdernut family, morning-glory family, family Asclepiadaceae, Anacardiaceae, family Nyssaceae, styrax family, pepper family, elm family, hamamelid dicot family, birthwort family, family Chloranthaceae, primrose family, Elaeagnaceae, soapberry family, family Linaceae, family Casuarinaceae, family Sapotaceae, Gentianaceae, family Aquifoliaceae, Haloragidaceae, family Orobanchaceae, milkweed family, buckwheat family, caryophylloid dicot family, family Proteaceae, Chloranthaceae, gentian family, Salvadoraceae, combretum family, Polygonaceae, Trapaceae, Urticaceae, Leitneriaceae, oleaster family, Oleaceae, Lecythidaceae, Convolvulaceae, family Oleaceae, family Roridulaceae, Styracaceae, family Lobeliaceae, ebony family, daphne family, Magnoliopsida, Sapindaceae, sweetleaf family, Roridulaceae, Droseraceae, wax-myrtle family, protea family, family Polygonaceae, class Dicotyledones, Plumbaginaceae, family Loganiaceae, family Ulmaceae, Cecropiaceae, rosid dicot family, Sarraceniaceae, Vitaceae, sumac family, dogbane family, Cannabidaceae, family Vitaceae, family Staphylaceae, Vitidaceae, Sapotaceae, Ebenaceae, family Goodeniaceae, Salvadora family, Apocynaceae, family Sarraceniaceae, Nyssaceae, Plantaginaceae, Hippocastanaceae, Buxaceae, Piperaceae, storax family, Cucurbitaceae, Myricaceae, sour-gum family, family Saururaceae, grapevine family, sea-lavender family, Empetraceae, staff-tree family, family Cucurbitaceae, family Thymelaeaceae, family Punicaceae, crowberry family



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