What is another word for Dilleniid Dicot Family?

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[ dˈɪlənˌɪɪd dˈɪkɒt fˈamɪli], [ dˈɪlənˌɪɪd dˈɪkɒt fˈamɪli], [ d_ˈɪ_l_ə_n_ˌɪ__ɪ_d d_ˈɪ_k_ɒ_t f_ˈa_m_ɪ_l_i]

The Dilleniid Dicot Family is a group of flowering plants that includes over 35,000 species. Synonyms for this family include the order Dilleniales, the subclass Dilleniidae, and the superorder Dillenianae. This family is known for its diverse range of plants, from large trees to small shrubs and herbs. Many of these plants are economically important, providing food, medicine, and timber. Some well-known examples of plants in the Dilleniid Dicot Family include the mango tree, the tea plant, and the magnolia. Despite their differences in appearance and uses, all members of this family share certain characteristics, such as having their flowers arranged in a spiral pattern.

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How to use "Dilleniid dicot family" in context?

The Dilleniid Dicot Family was first recognized by Murray in 1959. The family contains about 130 genera and 2,000 or more species of flowering plants (Angiosperms). Dilleniids are distributed throughout the warmer parts of the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa, but are found in the tropics predominantly.

The Dilleniid Dicot Family is characterized by fruits that are 2-celled, berry-like, and fused at the base. The family is divided into 3 subfamilies: Dilleniinae, Helianthiinae, and Limosellinae.

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dicot, magnoliopsid, dicotyledon, Gymnosperms.