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How to use "Caryophyllaceae" in context?
The caryophyllaceae are a family of flowering plants that includes five genera and about seventy species. Members of the family are usually small, low to medium-sized plants that grow in moist to shady habitats. They are notable for their flowers, which are typically small and simple, and for the way in which their leaves are arranged on the stem. The flowers are generally pollinated by bees and other insects. The Caryophyllaceae are the only family in the order Caryophyllales.
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