magnoliopsid genus

noun
genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
Syn: ↑dicot genus
Hypernyms: ↑genus
Hyponyms:
magnoliid dicot genus, ↑hamamelid dicot genus, ↑caryophylloid dicot genus, ↑dilleniid dicot genus, ↑asterid dicot genus, ↑rosid dicot genus, ↑Myrica, ↑genus Myrica, ↑Comptonia, ↑genus Comptonia, ↑Leitneria, ↑genus Leitneria, ↑Apocynum, ↑genus Apocynum, ↑Acocanthera, ↑genus Acocanthera, ↑Acokanthera, ↑genus Acokanthera, ↑Adenium, ↑genus Adenium, ↑genus Allamanda, ↑Alstonia, ↑genus Alstonia, ↑Amsonia, ↑genus Amsonia, ↑Beaumontia, ↑genus Beaumontia, ↑genus Carissa, ↑Catharanthus, ↑genus Catharanthus, ↑Holarrhena, ↑genus Holarrhena, ↑Mandevilla, ↑genus Mandevilla, ↑Dipladenia, ↑genus Dipladenia, ↑Nerium, ↑genus Nerium, ↑Plumeria, ↑genus Plumeria, ↑Plumiera, ↑genus Rauwolfia, ↑genus Rauvolfia, ↑genus Strophanthus, ↑Tabernaemontana, ↑genus Tabernaemontana, ↑Thevetia, ↑genus Thevetia, ↑Trachelospermum, ↑genus Trachelospermum, ↑Vinca, ↑genus Vinca, ↑Aristolochia, ↑genus Aristolochia, ↑Asarum, ↑genus Asarum, ↑Nopalea, ↑genus Nopalea, ↑genus Primula, ↑Anagallis, ↑genus Anagallis, ↑Centunculus, ↑genus Centunculus, ↑genus Cyclamen, ↑Glaux, ↑genus Glaux, ↑Hottonia, ↑genus Hottonia, ↑Lysimachia, ↑genus Lysimachia, ↑Samolus, ↑genus Samolus, ↑Myrsine, ↑genus Myrsine, ↑Ardisia, ↑genus Ardisia, ↑genus Plumbago, ↑Armeria, ↑genus Armeria, ↑Limonium, ↑genus Limonium, ↑Jacquinia, ↑genus Jacquinia, ↑Cucurbita, ↑genus Cucurbita, ↑genus Bryonia, ↑Citrullus, ↑genus Citrullus, ↑Cucumis, ↑genus Cucumis, ↑Ecballium, ↑genus Ecballium, ↑Lagenaria, ↑genus Lagenaria, ↑genus Luffa, ↑Momordica, ↑genus Momordica, ↑Goodenia, ↑genus Lobelia, ↑Bartle Frere, ↑genus Bartle-Frere, ↑green dinosaur, ↑genus Protea, ↑genus Banksia, ↑Conospermum, ↑genus Conospermum, ↑Embothrium, ↑genus Embothrium, ↑Guevina, ↑genus Guevina, ↑genus Grevillea, ↑Hakea, ↑genus Hakea, ↑Knightia, ↑genus Knightia, ↑Lambertia, ↑genus Lambertia, ↑Leucadendron, ↑genus Leucadendron, ↑genus Lomatia, ↑genus Macadamia, ↑Orites, ↑genus Orites, ↑Persoonia, ↑genus Persoonia, ↑Stenocarpus, ↑genus Stenocarpus, ↑Telopea, ↑genus Telopea, ↑Xylomelum, ↑genus Xylomelum, ↑genus Casuarina, ↑Clethra, ↑genus Clethra, ↑Centaurium, ↑genus Centaurium, ↑Eustoma, ↑genus Eustoma, ↑Exacum, ↑genus Exacum, ↑Frasera, ↑genus Frasera, ↑Gentiana, ↑genus Gentiana, ↑Gentianella, ↑genus Gentianella, ↑Gentianopsis, ↑genus Gentianopsis, ↑Halenia, ↑genus Halenia, ↑genus Sabbatia, ↑Swertia, ↑genus Swertia, ↑Salvadora, ↑genus Salvadora, ↑Olea, ↑genus Olea, ↑Chionanthus, ↑genus Chionanthus, ↑genus Forestiera, ↑genus Forsythia, ↑Fraxinus, ↑genus Fraxinus, ↑Jasminum, ↑genus Jasminum, ↑Ligustrum, ↑genus Ligustrum, ↑Osmanthus, ↑genus Osmanthus, ↑Phillyrea, ↑genus Phillyrea, ↑Syringa, ↑genus Syringa, ↑Hamamelidanthum, ↑genus Hamamelidanthum, ↑Hamamelidoxylon, ↑genus Hamamelidoxylon, ↑Hamamelites, ↑genus Hamamelites, ↑Juglans, ↑genus Juglans, ↑Carya, ↑genus Carya, ↑Pterocarya, ↑genus Pterocarya, ↑genus Combretum, ↑Conocarpus, ↑genus Conocarpus, ↑Elaeagnus, ↑genus Elaeagnus, ↑Myriophyllum, ↑genus Myriophyllum, ↑Grias, ↑genus Grias, ↑Bertholletia, ↑genus Bertholletia, ↑Lythrum, ↑genus Lythrum, ↑Myrtus, ↑genus Myrtus, ↑Pimenta, ↑genus Pimenta, ↑Eugenia, ↑genus Eugenia, ↑genus Feijoa, ↑Jambos, ↑genus Jambos, ↑Myrciaria, ↑genus Myrciaria, ↑Myrcia, ↑Psidium, ↑genus Psidium, ↑genus Eucalyptus, ↑Syzygium, ↑genus Syzygium, ↑Nyssa, ↑genus Nyssa, ↑genus Fuchsia, ↑Oenothera, ↑genus Oenothera, ↑Punica, ↑genus Punica, ↑Rhizophora, ↑genus Rhizophora, ↑genus Daphne, ↑Dirca, ↑genus Dirca, ↑Trapa, ↑genus Trapa, ↑Urtica, ↑genus Urtica, ↑Boehmeria, ↑genus Boehmeria, ↑Helxine, ↑genus Helxine, ↑Soleirolia, ↑genus Soleirolia, ↑Laportea, ↑genus Laportea, ↑Parietaria, ↑genus Parietaria, ↑Pilea, ↑genus Pilea, ↑Pipturus, ↑genus Pipturus, ↑genus Cannabis, ↑Humulus, ↑genus Humulus, ↑Morus, ↑genus Morus, ↑Maclura, ↑genus Maclura, ↑Artocarpus, ↑genus Artocarpus, ↑Ficus, ↑genus Ficus, ↑Broussonetia, ↑genus Broussonetia, ↑Cecropia, ↑genus Cecropia, ↑Ulmus, ↑genus Ulmus, ↑Celtis, ↑genus Celtis, ↑Planera, ↑genus Planera, ↑Trema, ↑genus Trema, ↑Menyanthes, ↑genus Menyanthes, ↑Logania, ↑genus Logania, ↑genus Buddleia, ↑Gelsemium, ↑genus Gelsemium, ↑Plantago, ↑genus Plantago, ↑Polygonum, ↑genus Polygonum, ↑Fagopyrum, ↑genus Fagopyrum, ↑genus Eriogonum, ↑Rheum, ↑genus Rheum, ↑Rumex, ↑genus Rumex, ↑Dodonaea, ↑genus Dodonaea, ↑Sapindus, ↑genus Sapindus, ↑Blighia, ↑genus Blighia, ↑Cardiospermum, ↑genus Cardiospermum, ↑Dimocarpus, ↑genus Dimocarpus, ↑genus Harpullia, ↑genus Litchi, ↑Melicoccus, ↑genus Melicoccus, ↑Melicocca, ↑genus Melicocca, ↑Nephelium, ↑genus Nephelium, ↑Buxus, ↑genus Buxus, ↑genus Pachysandra, ↑Celastrus, ↑genus Celastrus, ↑Euonymus, ↑genus Euonymus, ↑genus Cyrilla, ↑Cliftonia, ↑genus Cliftonia, ↑Empetrum, ↑genus Empetrum, ↑Acer, ↑genus Acer, ↑Dipteronia, ↑genus Dipteronia, ↑Ilex, ↑genus Ilex, ↑Anacardium, ↑genus Anacardium, ↑Astronium, ↑genus Astronium, ↑Cotinus, ↑genus Cotinus, ↑Malosma, ↑genus Malosma, ↑Mangifera, ↑genus Mangifera, ↑Pistacia, ↑genus Pistacia, ↑Rhodosphaera, ↑genus Rhodosphaera, ↑Rhus, ↑genus Rhus, ↑Schinus, ↑genus Schinus, ↑Spondias, ↑genus Spondias, ↑Toxicodendron, ↑genus Toxicodendron, ↑Aesculus, ↑genus Aesculus, ↑Staphylea, ↑genus Staphylea, ↑Diospyros, ↑genus Diospyros, ↑Achras, ↑genus Achras, ↑Bumelia, ↑genus Bumelia, ↑Calocarpum, ↑genus Calocarpum, ↑Chrysophyllum, ↑genus Chrysophyllum, ↑Manilkara, ↑genus Manilkara, ↑Palaquium, ↑genus Palaquium, ↑Payena, ↑genus Payena, ↑Pouteria, ↑genus Pouteria, ↑Symplocus, ↑genus Symplocus, ↑genus Styrax, ↑Halesia, ↑genus Halesia, ↑Sarracenia, ↑genus Sarracenia, ↑Darlingtonia, ↑genus Darlingtonia, ↑Heliamphora, ↑genus Heliamphora, ↑Nepenthes, ↑genus Nepenthes, ↑Drosera, ↑genus Drosera, ↑Dionaea, ↑genus Dionaea, ↑Aldrovanda, ↑genus Aldrovanda, ↑Drosophyllum, ↑genus Drosophyllum, ↑genus Roridula, ↑Cordia, ↑genus Cordia, ↑genus Convolvulus, ↑Argyreia, ↑genus Argyreia, ↑Calystegia, ↑genus Calystegia, ↑Cuscuta, ↑genus Cuscuta, ↑genus Dichondra, ↑Ipomoea, ↑genus Ipomoea, ↑Monardella, ↑genus Monardella, ↑Rhamnus, ↑genus Rhamnus, ↑Colubrina, ↑genus Colubrina, ↑Ziziphus, ↑genus Ziziphus, ↑Paliurus, ↑genus Paliurus, ↑Pomaderris, ↑genus Pomaderris, ↑Vitis, ↑genus Vitis, ↑Parthenocissus, ↑genus Parthenocissus, ↑Piper, ↑genus Piper, ↑genus Peperomia, ↑Chloranthus, ↑genus Chloranthus, ↑Saururus, ↑genus Saururus, ↑Anemopsis, ↑genus Anemopsis, ↑Houttuynia, ↑genus Houttuynia, ↑Asclepias, ↑genus Asclepias, ↑Araujia, ↑genus Araujia, ↑genus Cynancum, ↑genus Hoya, ↑Periploca, ↑genus Periploca, ↑Sarcostemma, ↑genus Sarcostemma, ↑genus Stapelia, ↑genus Stephanotis, ↑Vincetoxicum, ↑genus Vincetoxicum

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