[ ˈaɹəm fˈamɪli], [ ˈaɹəm fˈamɪli], [ ˈa_ɹ_ə_m f_ˈa_m_ɪ_l_i]
How to use "Arum family" in context?
The arum family is a diverse group of plants, some with edible fruit, others with ornamental flowers. They are all members of the Ranunculaceae family. The name Arum family is derived from the Latin name Ranunculus. This family is divided into two main groups: the Ranunculaceae and the Actinidiaceae. The Ranunculaceae presents a diversity of both edible and ornamental plants. The edible plants of this family include the hornbeam, burdock, and bittercress. Some of the ornamental plants in this family include the buttercup, anemone, and uvula buttercup.
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