monocot genus


monocot genus
noun
genus of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
Syn: ↑liliopsid genus
Hypernyms: ↑genus
Hyponyms:
liliid monocot genus, ↑Juncus, ↑genus Juncus, ↑genus Arum, ↑Acorus, ↑genus Acorus, ↑Aglaonema, ↑genus Aglaonema, ↑genus Alocasia, ↑genus Amorphophallus, ↑genus Anthurium, ↑Arisaema, ↑genus Arisaema, ↑Arisarum, ↑genus Arisarum, ↑genus Caladium, ↑Calla, ↑genus Calla, ↑Colocasia, ↑genus Colocasia, ↑genus Cryptocoryne, ↑Dieffenbachia, ↑genus Dieffenbachia, ↑genus Dracontium, ↑Dracunculus, ↑genus Dracunculus, ↑Epipremnum, ↑genus Epipremnum, ↑Lysichiton, ↑genus Lysichiton, ↑Lysichitum, ↑genus Lysichitum, ↑genus Monstera, ↑genus Nephthytis, ↑Orontium, ↑genus Orontium, ↑Peltandra, ↑genus Peltandra, ↑genus Philodendron, ↑genus Pistia, ↑Scindapsus, ↑genus Scindapsus, ↑genus Pothos, ↑genus Spathiphyllum, ↑Symplocarpus, ↑genus Symplocarpus, ↑Syngonium, ↑genus Syngonium, ↑Xanthosoma, ↑genus Xanthosoma, ↑Zantedeschia, ↑genus Zantedeschia, ↑Lemna, ↑genus Lemna, ↑Spirodela, ↑genus Spirodela, ↑Wolffia, ↑genus Wolffia, ↑Wolffiella, ↑genus Wolffiella, ↑genus Orchis, ↑genus Aerides, ↑genus Angrecum, ↑Angraecum, ↑genus Angraecum, ↑Anoectochilus, ↑genus Anoectochilus, ↑Aplectrum, ↑genus Aplectrum, ↑genus Arethusa, ↑genus Bletia, ↑Bletilla, ↑genus Bletilla, ↑genus Brassavola, ↑Brassia, ↑genus Brassia, ↑genus Caladenia, ↑genus Calanthe, ↑Calopogon, ↑genus Calopogon, ↑genus Calypso, ↑Catasetum, ↑genus Catasetum, ↑genus Cattleya, ↑Cephalanthera, ↑genus Cephalanthera, ↑Cleistes, ↑genus Cleistes, ↑Coeloglossum, ↑genus Coeloglossum, ↑genus Coelogyne, ↑Corallorhiza, ↑genus Corallorhiza, ↑Coryanthes, ↑genus Coryanthes, ↑Cycnoches, ↑genus Cycnoches, ↑genus Cymbidium, ↑Cypripedium, ↑genus Cypripedium, ↑Dactylorhiza, ↑genus Dactylorhiza, ↑genus Dendrobium, ↑genus Disa, ↑Dracula, ↑genus Dracula, ↑Dryadella, ↑genus Dryadella, ↑Eburophyton, ↑genus Eburophyton, ↑Encyclia, ↑genus Encyclia, ↑Epidendrum, ↑genus Epidendrum, ↑Epipactis, ↑genus Epipactis, ↑Glossodia, ↑genus Glossodia, ↑Goodyera, ↑genus Goodyera, ↑Grammatophyllum, ↑genus Grammatophyllum, ↑Gymnadenia, ↑genus Gymnadenia, ↑Gymnadeniopsis, ↑genus Gymnadeniopsis, ↑Habenaria, ↑genus Habenaria, ↑Hexalectris, ↑genus Hexalectris, ↑Himantoglossum, ↑genus Himantoglossum, ↑genus Laelia, ↑genus Liparis, ↑Listera, ↑genus Listera, ↑Malaxis, ↑genus Malaxis, ↑genus Masdevallia, ↑genus Maxillaria, ↑Miltonia, ↑genus Miltonia, ↑genus Odontoglossum, ↑genus Oncidium, ↑Ophrys, ↑genus Ophrys, ↑Paphiopedilum, ↑genus Paphiopedilum, ↑genus Phaius, ↑Phalaenopsis, ↑genus Phalaenopsis, ↑Pholidota, ↑genus Pholidota, ↑Phragmipedium, ↑genus Phragmipedium, ↑Platanthera, ↑genus Platanthera, ↑Plectorrhiza, ↑genus Plectorrhiza, ↑Pleione, ↑genus Pleione, ↑genus Pleurothallis, ↑genus Pogonia, ↑Psychopsis, ↑genus Psychopsis, ↑Pterostylis, ↑genus Pterostylis, ↑Rhyncostylis, ↑genus Rhyncostylis, ↑Sarcochilus, ↑genus Sarcochilus, ↑Scaphosepalum, ↑genus Scaphosepalum, ↑Schomburgkia, ↑genus Schomburgkia, ↑Selenipedium, ↑genus Selenipedium, ↑genus Sobralia, ↑Spiranthes, ↑genus Spiranthes, ↑genus Stanhopea, ↑genus Stelis, ↑Trichoceros, ↑genus Trichoceros, ↑genus Vanda, ↑genus Vanilla, ↑Burmannia, ↑genus Burmannia, ↑Aegilops, ↑genus Aegilops, ↑Agropyron, ↑genus Agropyron, ↑Alopecurus, ↑genus Alopecurus, ↑Andropogon, ↑genus Andropogon, ↑Arundo, ↑genus Arundo, ↑Bromus, ↑genus Bromus, ↑Bouteloua, ↑genus Bouteloua, ↑Buchloe, ↑genus Buchloe, ↑Calamagrostis, ↑genus Calamagrostis, ↑Cenchrus, ↑genus Cenchrus, ↑Chloris, ↑genus Chloris, ↑Cortaderia, ↑genus Cortaderia, ↑Cynodon, ↑genus Cynodon, ↑Dactylis, ↑genus Dactylis, ↑Dactyloctenium, ↑genus Dactyloctenium, ↑Digitaria, ↑genus Digitaria, ↑Echinochloa, ↑genus Echinochloa, ↑Eleusine, ↑genus Eleusine, ↑Elymus, ↑genus Elymus, ↑Eragrostis, ↑genus Eragrostis, ↑Erianthus, ↑genus Erianthus, ↑Festuca, ↑genus Festuca, ↑Glyceria, ↑genus Glyceria, ↑Holcus, ↑genus Holcus, ↑Hordeum, ↑genus Hordeum, ↑Leymus, ↑genus Leymus, ↑Lolium, ↑genus Lolium, ↑Muhlenbergia, ↑genus Muhlenbergia, ↑Oryza, ↑genus Oryza, ↑Oryzopsis, ↑genus Oryzopsis, ↑Panicum, ↑genus Panicum, ↑genus Paspalum, ↑Pennisetum, ↑genus Pennisetum, ↑Phalaris, ↑genus Phalaris, ↑Phleum, ↑genus Phleum, ↑Phragmites, ↑genus Phragmites, ↑Poa, ↑genus Poa, ↑Saccharum, ↑genus Saccharum, ↑Schizachyrium, ↑genus Schizachyrium, ↑Secale, ↑genus Secale, ↑Setaria, ↑genus Setaria, ↑genus Sorghum, ↑Sorghum, ↑Spartina, ↑genus Spartina, ↑Sporobolus, ↑genus Sporobolus, ↑Stenotaphrum, ↑genus Stenotaphrum, ↑Triticum, ↑genus Triticum, ↑Zea, ↑genus Zea, ↑Zizania, ↑genus Zizania, ↑genus Zoysia, ↑Zoisia, ↑genus Zoisia, ↑Bambusa, ↑genus Bambusa, ↑Arundinaria, ↑genus Arundinaria, ↑Dendrocalamus, ↑genus Dendrocalamus, ↑Phyllostachys, ↑genus Phyllostachys, ↑Cyperus, ↑genus Cyperus, ↑Carex, ↑genus Carex, ↑Eriophorum, ↑genus Eriophorum, ↑Scirpus, ↑genus Scirpus, ↑Eleocharis, ↑genus Eleocharis, ↑genus Pandanus, ↑Typha, ↑genus Typha, ↑Sparganium, ↑genus Sparganium, ↑Haemodorum, ↑genus Haemodorum, ↑Anigozanthus, ↑genus Anigozanthus, ↑genus Canna, ↑genus Maranta, ↑Musa, ↑genus Musa, ↑Ensete, ↑genus Ensete, ↑Strelitzia, ↑genus Strelitzia, ↑genus Ravenala, ↑Zingiber, ↑genus Zingiber, ↑Curcuma, ↑genus Curcuma, ↑Elettaria, ↑genus Elettaria, ↑Acrocomia, ↑genus Acrocomia, ↑genus Areca, ↑Attalea, ↑genus Attalea, ↑Borassus, ↑genus Borassus, ↑genus Calamus, ↑Caryota, ↑genus Caryota, ↑Ceroxylon, ↑genus Ceroxylon, ↑Cocos, ↑genus Cocos, ↑Copernicia, ↑genus Copernicia, ↑genus Corozo, ↑Corypha, ↑genus Corypha, ↑Elaeis, ↑genus Elaeis, ↑Euterpe, ↑genus Euterpe, ↑Metroxylon, ↑genus Metroxylon, ↑Nipa, ↑genus Nipa, ↑Nypa, ↑genus Nypa, ↑Orbignya, ↑genus Orbignya, ↑phoenicophorium, ↑genus Phoenicophorium, ↑phoenix, ↑genus Phoenix, ↑Raffia, ↑genus Raffia, ↑Raphia, ↑genus Raphia, ↑Rhapis, ↑genus Rhapis, ↑Roystonea, ↑genus Roystonea, ↑Sabal, ↑genus Sabal, ↑Serenoa, ↑genus Serenoa, ↑Thrinax, ↑genus Thrinax, ↑Xyris, ↑genus Xyris, ↑genus Commelina, ↑Tradescantia, ↑genus Tradescantia, ↑Ananas, ↑genus Ananas, ↑Bromelia, ↑Tillandsia, ↑genus Tillandsia, ↑Mayaca, ↑genus Mayaca, ↑Eriocaulon, ↑genus Eriocaulon, ↑Pontederia, ↑genus Pontederia, ↑Eichhornia, ↑genus Eichhornia, ↑Heteranthera, ↑genus Heteranthera, ↑Naias, ↑genus Naias, ↑Najas, ↑genus Najas, ↑Alisma, ↑genus Alisma, ↑Sagittaria, ↑genus Sagittaria, ↑Hydrocharis, ↑genus Hydrocharis, ↑genus Hydrilla, ↑Limnobium, ↑genus Limnobium, ↑Elodea, ↑genus Elodea, ↑pondweed, ↑ditchmoss, ↑Egeria, ↑genus Egeria, ↑Vallisneria, ↑genus Vallisneria, ↑Potamogeton, ↑genus Potamogeton, ↑Groenlandia, ↑genus Groenlandia, ↑Triglochin, ↑genus Triglochin, ↑Zannichellia, ↑genus Zannichellia, ↑Zostera, ↑genus Zostera

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