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Definition of the noun rosaceae
What does rosaceae mean as a name of something?
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- a large family of dicotyledonous plants of order Rosales; have alternate leaves and five-petaled flowers with numerous stamens
- lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
- synonyms of Rosaceae: family Rosaceae / rose family
- more generic term: rosid dicot family = a family of dicotyledonous plants
- member of: order Rosales / Rosales = in some classifications this category does not include Leguminosae
- genus Rosa / Rosa = large genus of erect or climbing prickly shrubs including roses
- genus Agrimonia = genus of herbs found chiefly in north temperate regions having pinnate leaves and yellow flowers followed by bristly fruit
- genus Amelanchier / Amelanchier = North American deciduous trees or shrubs
- genus Chaenomeles / Chaenomeles = flowering quince
- genus Chrysobalanus / Chrysobalanus = coco plums
- genus Cotoneaster = genus of deciduous or evergreen Old World shrubs widely cultivated
- genus Crataegus / Crataegus = thorny shrubs and small trees: hawthorn; thorn
- genus Cydonia / Cydonia = quince
- genus Dryas / Dryas = mountain avens
- genus Eriobotrya / Eriobotrya = Asiatic evergreen fruit trees
- genus Fragaria / Fragaria = strawberries
- genus Geum / Geum = avens
- genus Heteromeles / Heteromeles = one species: toyon
- genus Malus / Malus = apple trees
- genus Mespilus / Mespilus = medlars
- genus Photinia / Photinia = genus of deciduous and evergreen east Asian trees and shrubs widely cultivated as ornamentals for their white flowers and red fruits
- genus Potentilla / Potentilla = chiefly perennial northern hemisphere herbs and shrubs: cinquefoil
- genus Poterium / Poterium = a genus of thorny herbs or shrubs of the family Rosaceae
- genus Prunus / Prunus = a genus of shrubs and trees of the family Rosaceae that is widely distributed in temperate regions
- family Amygdalaceae / Amygdalaceae = used in former classifications for plum and peach and almond trees which are now usually classified as members of the genus Prunus
- genus Pyracantha = Eurasian evergreen thorny shrubs bearing red or orange-red berries
- genus Pyrus / Pyrus = fruit trees native to the Old World: pears
- genus Rubus / Rubus = large genus of brambles bearing berries
- genus Sorbus / Sorbus = a genus of shrubs or trees of the family Rosaceae having feathery leaves
- genus Spiraea / Spiraea = a dicotyledonous genus of the family Rosaceae
Phrases with Rosaceae
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by Michael P. Earney
ragaria is the genus, while Rosaceae is the family to which the strawberry belongs. If you want to impress your friends you can use those terms when ordering strawberry shortcake. Unfortunately, no one will know what you are talking about.
by The National Gardening Association, Bob Beckstrom, Karan Davis Cutler, Kathleen Fisher, Phillip Giroux, Judy Glattstein, Michael MacCaskey, Bill Marken, Charlie Nardozzi, Sally Roth, Marcia Tatroe, Lance Walheim, Ann Whitman
Rosaceae is the third largest plant family. This family includes many ornamental landscape plants, fruits, and berries, including apples, cherries, raspberries, and pyracantha, characterized by the shape of the hypanthium (the part of the flower ...
(Excluding Mexico and Subtropical Florida) by James S. Fralish, Scott B. Franklin
THE rosaceae is a family of small trees, shrubs, and herbs. Members are found throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Worldwide, many are associated with forest conditions. There is considerable difficulty in obtaining a close estimate ...
(Chs. 1, 21-33, 52-57) by David E. Sadava, H. Craig Heller, Gordon H. Orians, William K. Purves, David M. Hillis
" Thus Rosaceae is the family that includes the genus of roses (Rosa) and its close relatives. Families, in turn, are grouped into orders, orders into classes, and classes ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
Amygdalopersica Daniel Rosaceae Origins: Latin amygdalus "an almond-tree" and persicus "a peach- tree," persicum "a peach," Persia, ae " Persia.
Phytochemical Dictionary (1998)
A Handbook of Bioactive Compounds from Plants, Second Edition by Herbert Baxter, J.B. Harborne, Gerald P. Moss
acuminata (Rosaceae) together with related...
fortunei (Rosaceae) yields a series of closely related ...
by James A. Duke, Rodolfo Vasquez
Rosaceae. 'Rosa', 'Rose'. Cultivated. Ornamental. Rasa centifolia L. Rosaceae.
by Suman Singha, Tara Baugher
Family Rosaceae, Subfamily Pomoideae; approximately 20 species; European (P. communis L.) possibly derived from P. caucasica Fed. and P. nivalis Jacq.; Asian mostly from P. pyrifolia (Burm. f.) ...
Flora's Dictionary (1833)
by Elizabeth Washington Wirt
Rosaceae. Pennyroyal, cunila. 2 | Diandria Monogynia . Verticillatae . Labiatae. Periwinkle - - 5 Pentandria . Monogynia .
by Andrew Chevallier
(Rosaceae). Apricot. Description Sturdy deciduous tree growing to 33 ft (10 m). Has finely serrated oval leaves, clusters of white (or, rarely, pink) 5-petaled flowers, and lightly freckled pale yellow to deep purple fruits. Habitat & Cultivation ...
Rosaceae;. but. it. approaches. most. to. Chaille10. Epistamineae. tiaceae.—The bark and leaves are said to be slightly astringent. Order 152. Homalineae. R. BRowN. Perianth with a short tube, the limb 4-15-partite, with usually as many ...
A Manual and Dictionary of the Flowering Plants and Ferns: The classes, cohorts, orders, and chief genera of phanerogams and ferns (1897)
by John Christopher Willis
ROSACEAE. 327 (false Acacia, locust) is cultivated in S. Brit. Stipules thorny. The leaflets move upwards in hot or dry air. The horizontal shoots branch in one plane, while the upright show radial symmetry (p. 38). The base of the petiole forms ...
by John Henry Clarke
Rosaceae. Tincture of the hairy excrescence of insect origin called Cynosbati. Tincture of ripe fruits. (Hialeah—Bladder, affections of. Dysuria. 6haraoteristios.—Hips are used for making the very pleasant Confection of Roses used in ...
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