[ sˈa͡ɪkadz], [ sˈaɪkadz], [ s_ˈaɪ_k_a_d_z]
How to use "Cycads" in context?
Cycads are a group of plants that have a single stem that forks repeatedly, forming a tree-like structure. Cycads are found in the tropics and subtropics, and grow to be up to 30 feet tall. They are able to survive in hot and humid environments, and have a thick trunk and needle-like leaves. Cycads are have a very limited number of offspring, and are able to reproduce via pollen. Cycads are important because they are the only plant that can survive a freeze. Cycads are used in medicinal teas and as a source of food.
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