What is another word for Family Hydrocharitaceae?

Pronunciation: [fˈamɪli hˈa͡ɪdɹət͡ʃˌaɹɪtˌe͡ɪsiː] (IPA)

The family Hydrocharitaceae is a group of flowering aquatic plants primarily found in freshwater habitats. It includes several genera such as Elodea, Lagarosiphon, Ottelia, and Vallisneria. The plants in this family are also commonly known as waterweeds, tape grass, eelgrass, and duckweeds. They are popular among aquarists and water gardeners for their aesthetic appeal and ability to oxygenate the water. Different species of Hydrocharitaceae serve as important food sources for aquatic animals like fish and waterfowl. The name Hydrocharitaceae is derived from the Greek words hudro (water) and charis (grace), which suits their graceful appearance when swaying in water currents.

Synonyms for Family hydrocharitaceae:

What are the hypernyms for Family hydrocharitaceae?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    Angiosperms (flowering plants), Eukaryota (multicellular organisms), Magnoliids (flowering plants), Monocots (garden plants), Organism (living entity), Planteae (plants).

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