[ kˈɑːɹɪəfˌɪlɔ͡ɪd dˈɪkɒt fˈamɪli], [ kˈɑːɹɪəfˌɪlɔɪd dˈɪkɒt fˈamɪli], [ k_ˈɑː_ɹ_ɪ__ə_f_ˌɪ_l_ɔɪ_d d_ˈɪ_k_ɒ_t f_ˈa_m_ɪ_l_i]
How to use "Caryophylloid dicot family" in context?
The Caryophylloid Dicot Family (family Annonaceae) is a relatively small family of plants that have a distinctive leaf morphology. Members of the Caryophylloid Dicot Family are dicots, which means they have two seed leaves. Many members of the Caryophylloid Dicot Family have foliage that is densely crowded, and they often have small, pale flowers. Many Caryophylloid Dicot Family members are commonly found in temperate regions of the world.
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