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rosid dicot genus

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  • a genus of dicotyledonous plants (noun.plant)
    genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination (noun.plant)
     

hyponym (.... IS A KIND OF rosid dicot genus relation)

  • (noun.plant)
    large genus of tropical trees and shrubs; type genus of the Connaraceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of plants with pods that ripen underground (see peanut) (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of prickly shrubs and small trees of the Caribbean region; source of a durable hardwood (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of Centrolobium (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    tropical American trees: tonka beans (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of tropical American timber trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    Old World herbs: the sweet clovers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of Australian herbs and subshrubs: darling peas (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    any leguminous plant having leaves divided into three leaflets (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of spiny woody shrubs or trees; named for their apparent imitation of animal sensitivity to light and heat and movement (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    large genus of shrubs and trees and some woody vines of Central and South America, Africa, Australia and Polynesia: wattle; mimosa (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of trees of tropical Asia and Pacific areas (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    large genus of unarmed trees and shrubs of Old World tropics (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    2 species of tropical American shrubs or trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of pinnate-leaved shrubs and small trees of tropical and subtropical North and South America and India and West Africa (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of tropical American timber trees closely allied to genus Albizia (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of tropical trees or shrubs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of tropical evergreen trees or shrubs having pods like those of the acacia (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of tropical American trees and shrubs with pinnate leaves and flat straight pods (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of tropical Old World trees: nitta trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    tropical American trees and shrubs; often placed in other genera (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    thorny shrubs and trees of tropical and subtropical America and Asia (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of tropical or subtropical branching shrubs or trees: mesquite (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    type genus of Araliaceae; large widely distributed genus of shrubs and trees and vines: spikenard; Hercules'-club (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    Old World woody vines (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small to medium evergreen dioecious trees of oceanic climates: puka (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    perennial herbs of eastern North America and Asia having aromatic tuberous roots: ginseng (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    large genus of shrubby and climbing tropical plants having showy digitately compound foliage (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of tropical American herbs sometimes included in genus Eupatorium (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    enchanter's nightshade (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    large widely distributed genus of herbs and subshrubs of especially western North America and Arctic areas (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    type genus of Melastomataceae; Asiatic shrubs with leathery leaves and large purple flowers followed by edible fleshy black berries (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    tropical Old World ornamental evergreen shrubs having fleshy leaves and large panicles of white pink flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    deer grass (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small spiny tropical trees or shrubs; includes the small genus or subgenus Poinciana (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of trees of Indonesia and Malaysia (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    mountain ebony, orchid tree (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of tropical African timber trees having pale golden heartwood uniformly striped with dark brown or black: (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    some genus Cassia species often classified as members of the genus Senna or genus Chamaecrista (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    carobs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    spiny shrubs or small trees sometimes placed in genus Parkinsonia: paloverde (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of tropical herbs or subshrubs having sensitive leaves and suddenly dehiscing pods; some species placed in genus Cassia (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    evergreen or deciduous trees of tropical Africa and India (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    deciduous trees: honey locusts (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of deciduous trees of China and United States having paniculate flowers and thick pulpy pods (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of tropical American spiny bushy shrubs or trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of spiny shrubs or small trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: Dalmatian laburnum (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small subgenus of ornamental tropical shrubs or trees; not recognized in some classifications (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of shrubs and trees and herbs many of which are often classified as members of the genus Cassia (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    widely cultivated tropical trees originally of Africa (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    American herbs or shrubs usually growing in dry sunny habitats on prairies and hillsides (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    very small genus of twining vines of North America and Asia: hog peanut (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    very small genus of shrubs of southern Europe having backward curving seed pods (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of evergreen trees of tropical America and western Africa (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of Mediterranean herbs and shrubs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    twining perennial North American plants (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of South African heathlike shrubs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    large genus of annual or perennial herbs or shrubs of north temperate regions; largest genus in the family Leguminosae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of shrubs and lianas and trees of Africa and Madagascar (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of North American plants with showy flowers and an inflated pod (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of East Indian trees or shrubs: dhak (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    erect densely branched shrubby perennials of Old World tropics; naturalized in other warm regions (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    herbs or woody vines of mainly American tropics and subtropics (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    large genus of Asiatic deciduous shrubs or small trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a rosid dicot genus of the subfamily Papilionoideae having one species: Moreton Bay chestnut (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of chiefly tropical American vines of the family Leguminosae having trifoliate leaves and large flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    deciduous shrubs and trees of eastern Asia, southern Europe and the United States (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small late-flowering trees or subshrubs having yellow to red flowers and leathery or woody pods; often especially formerly included in genus Cytisus (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    2 species of small New Zealand trees: weeping tree broom; endangered (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of Australian twining vines and small shrubs: flame peas (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    chickpea plant; Asiatic herbs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    yellowwoods (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of semi-prostrate Australasian shrubs or vines (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of tropical shrubs or vines having pinnate leaves and large axillary flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    used in some classifications for plants usually included in genus Desmodium (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of Eurasian shrubs with yellow flowers and bladdery pods (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of Old World shrubs and herbs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    large genus of herbs with simple leaves and racemes of yellow flowers; mainly of tropical Africa (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of annual usually hairy herbs of tropical Africa and Arabia (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    large genus of stiff or spiny evergreen or deciduous Old World shrubs: broom (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    large genus of tropical trees having pinnate leaves and paniculate flowers and cultivated commercially for their dramatically grained and colored timb more.. (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    indigo bush (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of Australasian shrubs and subshrubs having small yellow or purple flowers followed by short triangular pods (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of Old World tropical shrubs and woody vines (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of American herbs or shrubs with sensitive pinnate leaves and small whitish flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    beggarweed; tick trefoil (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: Australian pea (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of chiefly tropical vines often placed in genera Dipogon or Lablab or Macrotyloma (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of attractive tropical shrubs or trees with usually red flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of Eurasian herbs: goat's rue (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of Australian evergreen shrubs poisonous to livestock: poison bush (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    chiefly deciduous shrubs or small trees of Mediterranean area and western Asia: broom (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of shrubs or small trees of tropical and subtropical America (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of low-branching profusely flowering trees of tropical America (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of Asiatic erect or sprawling herbs: soya bean (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    sticky perennial Eurasian herbs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: salt tree (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of Australian woody vines with small violet flowers; closely related to genus Kennedia (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of herbs of north temperate regions (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    species of Old World herbs or subshrubs: horseshoe vetch (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of Australian evergreen shrubs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of tropical herbs and shrubs having odd-pinnate leaves and spurred flowers in long racemes or spikes (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of yellow-flowered Australian unarmed or spiny shrubs without true leaves but having leaflike stems or branches (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of Australian woody vines having showy red or purplish flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: hyacinth bean (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    flowering shrubs or trees having bright yellow flowers; all parts of the plant are poisonous (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of climbing herbs of Old World and temperate North and South America: vetchling; wild pea (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of shrubs or herbs of tropical Asia and Australia and the eastern United States (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of small erect or climbing herbs with pinnate leaves and small inconspicuous white flowers and small flattened pods: lentils (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of chiefly tropical American shrubs and trees having pinnate leaves and red or white flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    annual or perennial herbs or subshrubs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    herbs or shrubs: lupin (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    annual or perennial vines of Africa and India and Australia; plants often placed in genus Dolichos (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of herbs that resemble clover (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of trees and shrubs of the Old World tropics (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of tropical herbs and woody vines having trifoliate leaves and showy flowers in axillary clusters (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of tropical American trees having pinnate leaves and white flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of Old World herbs having pinnate leaves and pink or whites racemose flowers followed by flat unjointed pods (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of European subshrubs or herbs having pink or purple or yellow solitary or clustered flowers: restharrow (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of tropical shrubs and trees having usually odd-pinnate leaves with large leaflets and pink to reddish wood (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    large widely-distributed genus of evergreen shrubs or subshrubs having odd-pinnate leaves and racemose or spicate flowers each having a pea-like corol more.. (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of tropical vines having tuberous roots (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: shamrock pea (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    herbs of warm regions including most American beans (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: chaparral pea (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of shrubs or small trees having indehiscent pods with black seeds; roots and bark yield fish poisons (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of variable annual Eurasian vines: peas (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of Australian evergreen leguminous shrubs or subshrubs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of tropical American trees: quira (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of South African leguminous shrubs often placed in genus Sophora (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: Indian beech (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    species of tropical Asian and African climbing herbs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    widely distributed genus of herbs or shrubs with glandular compound leaves and spicate or racemose purple or white flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of tropical trees or climbers having usually broadly winged pods (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of woody Asiatic vines: kudzu (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of Mediterranean shrubs; often included in genus Genista (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    deciduous flowering trees and shrubs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of deciduous West Indian trees or shrubs: carib wood (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of tropical and subtropical leguminous herbs or shrubs or trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    cosmopolitan genus of trees and shrubs having odd-pinnate leaves and showy flowers; some species placed in genus Podalyria (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: Spanish broom (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of Polynesian or southeastern Asian shrubs or vines (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of Australian shrubs or subshrubs: coral bush (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of tropical and subtropical herbs or shrubs: hoary peas (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of American and Asiatic showy rhizomatous herbs: bush peas (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: South American tree: tipu tree (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    Old World genus of frequently aromatic herbs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of Eurasian spiny shrubs: gorse (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    widely distributed genus of annual or perennial and often climbing herbs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of vines or erect herbs having trifoliate leaves and yellowish or purplish flowers; of warm or tropical regions; most species often placed in ge more.. (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: Australian leafless shrubs: swamp oak (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of South African trees having pinnate leaves and rose-purple flowers followed by leathery pods (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    Asiatic deciduous woody vine having large drooping racemes of white or bluish or purple or pinkish flowers and velvety pods; widely grown as an orname more.. (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    large genus of erect or climbing prickly shrubs including roses (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of herbs found chiefly in north temperate regions having pinnate leaves and yellow flowers followed by bristly fruit (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    North American deciduous trees or shrubs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    flowering quince (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    coco plums (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of deciduous or evergreen Old World shrubs widely cultivated (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    thorny shrubs and small trees: hawthorn; thorn; thorn apple (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    quince (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    mountain avens (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    Asiatic evergreen fruit trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    strawberries (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    avens (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: toyon; in some classifications included in genus Photinia (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    apple trees; found throughout temperate zones of the northern hemisphere (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    medlars (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of deciduous and evergreen east Asian trees and shrubs widely cultivated as ornamentals for their white flowers and red fruits; in some classifi more.. (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    chiefly perennial northern hemisphere herbs and shrubs: cinquefoil (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of thorny herbs or shrubs of the family Rosaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of shrubs and trees of the family Rosaceae that is widely distributed in temperate regions (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    used in former classifications for peach and almond trees which are now included in genus Prunus (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    Eurasian evergreen thorny shrubs bearing red or orange-red berries (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    fruit trees native to the Old World: pears (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    large genus of brambles bearing berries (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of shrubs or trees of the family Rosaceae having feathery leaves (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a dicotyledonous genus of the family Rosaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    annual or perennial herbs with stems more or less succulent; cosmopolitan except for South America, Australia, and New Zealand (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    geraniums native chiefly to South Africa; widely cultivated (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    geraniums of Europe and South America and Australia especially mountainous regions (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    type genus of Burseraceae; tropical and subtropical American shrubs and trees some yielding timber and gum elemi (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of trees of North Africa and India that yield incense (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of East Indian and African trees yielding balsamic products (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of chiefly tropical American trees having fragrant wood and yielding gum elemi (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    water starworts (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    type genus of the Malpighiaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    type genus of the Meliaceae: East Indian and Australian deciduous trees with leaves resembling those of the ash (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of large important East Indian trees: neem trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    tropical American trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    deciduous trees of India and Sri Lanka (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    cedar mahogany trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of Australian timber trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    African mahogany trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a dicotyledonous genus of the family Meliaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of African timber trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    tropical American mahogany trees (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    formerly included in genus Cedrela (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of trees and shrubs of tropical Africa and Asia and Australia (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of dicotyledonous trees belonging to the family Lepidobotryaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    new (1993) genus of trees of Central America now recognized as similar to those of genus Lepidobotrys (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    type genus of the Oxalidaceae; large genus of plants having leaves that resemble clover and variously colored flowers usually clustered in umbels (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    trees native to East Indies having pinnate leaves: carambolas (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    type genus of the Polygalaceae: milkwort; senega; snakeroot (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    type genus of the Rutaceae; strong-scented Eurasian herbs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    orange; lemon; lime; etc. (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a cross between Citrus sinensis and Poncirus trifoliata (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a dicotyledonous genus of the family Rutaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of shrubs native to south China producing small ovoid fruits resembling oranges: includes kumquats (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of aromatic deciduous trees of east Asia often having thick corky bark (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: trifoliate orange (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    deciduous or evergreen trees or shrubs: prickly ash (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    type genus of Simaroubaceae; tropical American trees and shrubs having a pale soft wood and bitter bark (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of east Asian and Chinese trees with odd-pinnate leaves and long twisted samaras (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    wild mango (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of tropical South African trees and shrubs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of deciduous trees of tropical America and Asia (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    tropical trees and shrubs with pinnate leaves and large scarlet flowers; bark is medicinal (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a tropical American genus of dicotyledonous climbing or diffuse pungent herbs constituting the family Tropaeolaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    usually tropical herbs or shrubs having ill-smelling foliage and flower buds that are used as capers: bean capers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    palo santo (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of evergreen resinous trees or shrubs of warm and tropical America (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    xerophytic evergreen shrubs; South America to southwestern United States (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    annual or perennial herbs or subshrubs of warm regions (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: Australian pitcher plant (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a dicotyledonous genus of the family Cunoniaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    type genus of Hydrangeaceae; large genus of shrubs and some trees and vines with white or pink or blue flower clusters; sometimes placed in family Sax more.. (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species; sometimes placed in family Saxifragaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of woody climbers with adhesive aerial roots; sometimes placed in family Saxifragaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of ornamental mostly deciduous shrubs native to Asia and Central America; widespread in cultivation; sometimes placed in family Saxifragaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    mock orange: type and sole genus of the subfamily Philadelphaceae; sometimes placed in family Saxifragaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of deciduous climbing and creeping shrubs with white flowers in flat clusters; sometimes placed in family Saxifragaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    type genus of the Saxifragaceae; large genus of usually perennial herbs of Arctic and cool regions of northern hemisphere: saxifrage (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    chiefly Asiatic perennials: spirea (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of perennial spring-blooming rhizomatous herbs with thick evergreen leaves; eastern Asia (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of perennial rhizomatous herbs with flowers in panicles; North America; Japan (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of widely distributed semiaquatic herbs with minute greenish-yellow apetalous flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    perennial evergreen herbs with white or pink flowers; Chile (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of North American herbs with basal cordate or orbicular leaves and small panicled flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: leatherleaf saxifrage (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of perennial herbs of the western North America (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of low slender herbs of North America and northeastern Asia having flowers with trifid or pinnatifid petals (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of bog herbs of Arctic and northern temperate regions (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of rhizomatous herbs of northwestern America and South America (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of hardy perennials with palmately lobed leaves and long racemes of small nodding five-petaled flowers; western North America (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of North American herbs having mostly basal leaves and slender racemes of delicate white flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    one species: pickaback plant (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of large monoecious mostly deciduous trees: London plane; sycamore (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    type genus of the Euphorbiaceae: very large genus of diverse plants all having milky juice (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of herbs and shrubs belonging to the family Euphorbiaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    tropical shrubs and herbs; source of croton oil (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    evergreen tropical trees and shrubs with thick and colorful leathery leaves; Malaya and Pacific islands (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of slender herbs belonging to the family Euphorbiaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of herb having only one known species: castor-oil plant (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of perennial plant with bristles; belonging to the family Euphorbiaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a mainly tropical genus of American plant belonging to the family Euphorbiaceae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of South American trees yielding latex (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of economically important tropical plants: cassava (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    candlenut (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    tropical American succulent shrubs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    Mexican spurges (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    fool's parsley (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    dill (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    biennial or perennial herbs of the northern hemisphere; have a taproot (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    chervil: of Europe, North Africa and Asia (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    celery (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of Eurasian herbs of the family Umbelliferae with aromatic roots and palmate leaves and showy flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    caraway (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of perennial herbs having deadly poisonous tuberous roots: water hemlock (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of highly toxic biennials: hemlock (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a genus of dicotyledonous plants of the family Umbelliferae (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    small genus of annual Mediterranean herbs (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    cumin (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    carrot (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    large genus of decorative plants with thistlelike flower heads; cosmopolitan in distribution (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    very small genus of aromatic European herbs with pinnately compound leaves and yellow flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    widely distributed genus of plants with usually thick rootstocks and large umbels of white flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus of aromatic European herbs with yellow flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    European perennial herbs having pinnate leaves and umbels of white flowers (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    poisonous herbs: water dropworts (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a rosid dicot genus of the family Umbelliferae; includes parsnips (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    parsley (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    anise (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    chiefly American herbs: sanicle (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a rosid dicot genus that includes moon carrots (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    genus including stone parsley (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    perennial of wet and marshy places in the northern hemisphere: water parsnips (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    Alexanders (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    hardy evergreen dioecious shrubs and small trees from Japan (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a rosid dicot genus of the family Cornaceae including: dogwood; cornel: perennial chiefly deciduous shrubs or small trees of temperate regions of nort more.. (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    evergreen shrubs with intricately twisted wiry stems that in summer are smothered in small yellow flowers; grows in New Zealand (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    a large evergreen tree of South Africa (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    evergreen shrubs of New Zealand and South America (noun.plant)
     
  • (noun.plant)
    deciduous dioecious shrubs native to woodland thickets in low mountains in Japan (noun.plant)
     

member meronym (HAS MEMBER relation)

  • (noun.plant)
    a group of trees and shrubs and herbs mostly with polypetalous flowers; contains 108 families including Rosaceae; Crassulaceae; Myrtaceae; Melastomace more.. (noun.plant)
     
hypernym hyponym member meronym dicot genus magnoliopsid genus connarus genus connarus arachis genus arachis brya genus brya rosidae subclass rosidae

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