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Dicot family

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



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



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