HyperDic: caryophylloid_dicot_genus

English > 1 sense of the expression caryophylloid dicot genus:
NOUNplantcaryophylloid dicot genusgenus of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers
English > caryophylloid dicot genus: 1 sense > noun 1, plant
Meaninggenus of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers.
Member ofCaryophyllidae, subclass CaryophyllidaeA group of families of mostly flowers having basal or central placentation and trinucleate pollen (binucleate pollen is commoner in flowering plants)
NarrowerAbronia, genus Abroniagenus of western North American herbs having showy flowers
Acanthocereus, genus AcanthocereusMostly trailing cacti having nocturnal white flowers
Agdestis, genus AgdestisA genus with one species that is a rapidly growing climbing vine with tuberous roots
Agrostemma, genus AgrostemmaA caryophylloid dicot genus including corn cockles
Allionia, genus Allioniasmall genus of chiefly American herbs
Alternanthera, genus Alternantheragenus of low herbs of tropical America and Australia
Amaranthus, genus Amaranthuslarge widely distributed genus of chiefly coarse annual herbs
Aporocactus, genus Aporocactussmall genus of epiphytic cacti of Mexico
Arenaria, genus Arenariasandworts / sandworts / sandworts
Ariocarpus, genus AriocarpusSlow-growing geophytic cacti
Atriplex, genus Atriplexorach
Bassia, genus Bassia, Kochia, genus Kochiasummer cypress
Batis, genus Batissmall genus of plants constituting the family Batidaceae
Beta, genus Betabeets
Calandrinia, genus Calandrinialarge genus of low-growing herbs
Carnegiea, genus Carnegieacaryophylloid dicot genus with only one species
Carpobrotus, genus CarpobrotusA caryophyllaceous genus of Carpobrotus
Celosia, genus Celosiaannual or perennial herbs or vines of tropical and subtropical America and Asia and Africa
Cerastium, genus Cerastiummouse-eared chickweed
Cereus, genus Cereusgenus of much-branched treelike or shrubby cacti with pronounced ribs and rounded needlelike spines and nocturnal flowers usually white
Chenopodium, genus Chenopodiumgoosefoot
Claytonia, genus Claytoniagenus of mainly North American succulent herbs with white or pink flowers usually in terminal racemes
Cycloloma, genus CyclolomaA caryophyllaceous genus of the family Chenopodiaceae
Dianthus, genus Dianthuscarnations and pinks
Dorotheanthus, genus DorotheanthusA caryophyllaceous genus of Dorotheanthus
Echinocereus, genus Echinocereuslarge genus of low-growing shrubby ribbed cacti of Mexico and southwestern United States
Ercilla, genus ErcillaA genus of evergreen climbers
Ferocactus, genus Ferocactusgenus of nearly globular cacti of Mexico and southwestern United States
Froelichia, genus Froelichiagenus of erect or procumbent herbs of the Americas having spikes of woolly white flowers
Gomphrena, genus Gomphrenagenus of tropical herbs or subshrubs having flowers in close heads
Gymnocalycium, genus Gymnocalyciumlarge genus of low-growing globular South American cacti with spiny ribs covered with many tubercles
Gypsophila, genus GypsophilaMediterranean herbs having small white or pink flowers
Harrisia, genus Harrisiagenus of slender often treelike spiny cacti with solitary showy nocturnal white or pink flowers
Hatiora, genus Hatiorasmall genus of South American epiphytic or lithophytic cacti
Hernaria, genus Hernarialow-growing Old World herbs with minute bright green leaves
Hylocereus, genus Hylocereusgenus of climbing or epiphytic tropical American cacti with angular stems and mostly white very fragrant flowers
Illecebrum, genus IllecebrumOne species
Iresine, genus Iresinegenus of tropical American herbs or subshrubs
Lemaireocereus, genus LemaireocereusTropical American cacti usually tall and branching with stout spines and funnel-shaped flowers and globular or ovoid often edible fruit
Lewisia, genus Lewisiagenus of western North American low-growing herbs having linear woolly leaves and large pink flowers
Lophophora, genus LophophoraTwo species of small cacti of northeastern Mexico and southwestern United States having rounded stems covered with jointed tubercles
Melocactus, genus Melocactusgenus of strongly ribbed globose or spheroid cacti of tropical South and Central America and the Caribbean
Mesembryanthemum, genus MesembryanthemumSouth African annual or biennial plants having flowers that open only in bright sunlight
Minuartia, genus MinuartiaMostly perennial herbs of northern hemisphere often with mat-forming habit
Mirabilis, genus Mirabilisfour o'clocks
Moehringia, genus Moehringialow-growing herbs widely distributed in temperate and Arctic northern hemisphere
Molluga, genus Mollugacarpetweeds
Montia, genus Montiasmall genus of densely tufted annual herbs
Myrtillocactus, genus Myrtillocactussmall genus of arborescent cacti of Mexico and Central America
Nyctaginia, genus NyctaginiaA caryophyllaceous genus of the family Nyctaginaceae having only one species
Opuntia, genus Opuntialarge genus of cactuses native to America
Paronychia, genus Paronychialow-growing annual or perennial herbs or woody plants
Pediocactus, genus Pediocactuslow-growing cacti of the Great Plains of North America
Pereskia, genus Pereskia, Peireskia, genus Peireskiagenus of tropical American shrubby trees and woody climbers having slender branches with broad flat leaves and large panicles of flowers
Petrocoptis, genus Petrocoptisperennial tussock-forming rock plants
Phytolacca, genus Phytolaccatype genus of Phytolaccaceae
Pisonia, genus Pisoniagenus of often thorny tropical trees and shrubs and some vines
Pleiospilos, genus Pleiospilosperennial succulents of South Africa
Rhipsalis, genus Rhipsalislarge genus of epiphytic or lithophytic unarmed cacti with usually segmented stems and pendulous branches
Rivina, genus Rivinasmall genus of erect perennial shrubby herbs
Sagina, genus Saginasmall low-growing annual or perennial herbs of temperate and cool regions
Salicornia, genus Salicorniaglassworts
Salsola, genus Salsolachiefly Old World herbs or shrubs
Saponaria, genus SaponariaMostly perennial Old World herbs
Sarcobatus, genus SarcobatusOne species
Schlumbergera, genus SchlumbergeraSouth American epiphytic or lithophytic cacti
Scleranthus, genus Scleranthussmall genus of Old World weedy prostrate annuals
Selenicereus, genus SelenicereusMostly epiphytic climbing cacti that bloom at night
Spergula, genus Spergulasmall genus of Old World annual herbs
Spergularia, genus Spergulariachiefly maritime Eurasian herbs
Spinacia, genus Spinaciaspinach
Spraguea, genus Spragueasmall genus of usually perennial herbs having deep woody taproots and flower heads of umbels or cymes
Talinum, genus Talinumgenus of mainly American more-or-less succulent herbs
Telanthera, genus TelantheraUsed in former classifications systems
Tetragonia, genus TetragoniaNew Zealand spinach
Trichostigma, genus TrichostigmaA genus of erect or climbing shrubs found in tropical South America
Vaccaria, genus VaccariaCow-cockles
Zygocactus, genus Zygocactussmall genus of Brazilian cacti having flat fleshy usually branched joints and showy red or pink flowers followed by red fleshy fruits
genus Bougainvillea, Bougainvillaea, genus BougainvillaeaOrnamental tropical woody vines
genus Coryphanthamainly globose cacti of southwestern United States and Mexico covered with many nodules
genus DrypisOne species
genus Echinocactusglobular or cylindrical cacti
genus Epiphyllumsmall genus of tropical American (mainly Central America) cacti
genus HalogetonA caryophyllaceous genus of the family Chenopodiaceae
genus Lithopsgenus of stemless South African succulents
genus Lychnisgenus of plants strongly resembling those of genus Silene
genus Mammillarialarge genus of cacti characterized chiefly by nipple-shaped protuberances or tubercles on their surface
genus Portulacagenus of mainly tropical fleshy or trailing herbs
genus Silenelarge widely distributed genus of plants having mostly showy flowers of various colors
Broaderdicot genus, magnoliopsid genusgenus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination

©2001-24 · HyperDic hyper-dictionary · Contact

English | Spanish | Catalan
Privacy | Robots

Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict