[ fˈamɪli kˈɑːpɪnˌe͡ɪsiː], [ fˈamɪli kˈɑːpɪnˌeɪsiː], [ f_ˈa_m_ɪ_l_i k_ˈɑː_p_ɪ_n_ˌeɪ_s_iː]
How to use "Family carpinaceae" in context?
Family Carpinaceae comprises of about 190 species of mostly aromatic herbs and shrubs found across tropical and warm temperate regions of the world. The family is subdivided into two tribes, Carpinieae and Capparalaceae. The leaves are simple, ovate to lance-shaped, and usually entire. The flowers are small, white, and pea-like. Some common species within the family include Carpinus betulus, Cinnamomum tamala, and Eugenia caryophyllata.
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