What is another word for equisetatae?
[ ˌiːkwɪsˈɛtɐtˌiː], [ ˌiːkwɪsˈɛtɐtˌiː], [ ˌiː_k_w_ɪ_s_ˈɛ_t_ɐ_t_ˌiː]
Related words: tree of life, taxonomy, plants and fungi, plant classification, plant section
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Synonyms for Equisetatae:
n.• Class Equisetatae (noun)
How to use "Equisetatae" in context?
Wildflowers are an iconic part of the American landscape, and there is no shortage of them in our national parks. One type of wildflower that's not typically found in the parks, but is an important part of the natural environment, are the equisetatae. These blooming plants are most often found in moist areas, such as along streams and in damp woods.
They are a diverse group of plants that can be found all over the world. They are characterized by long, slender stems and flowers that are borne on top of the stem rather than in individual flowers.
Homophones for Equisetatae:
- eyeshade, each day, exact, eighty-two, egg white, exacta, exactitude, esocidae, exocet, eighty, excused, eased, eke out, exhaust hood, execute, Exsiccate, egghead, essayist, Exegete, echt, equid, esthete, eight-day, escudo, exode, eighth, exude, exocoetidae, exceed, egoist, estate, excogitate, eightieth, eyeshadow, exhaust, exquisite, east, exist, ezed, equity, excited, eject, exit, executed, eight, eyesight, exudate, equidae, est, eye socket, escheat, eyeshot, equate, excite, exhausted, egest, exiguity, ect.
Holonyms for Equisetatae:
Division Pteridophyta, pteridophyta.
Hyponym for Equisetatae:
Meronym for Equisetatae:
equisetales, Order Equisetales.
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