[ ha͡ɪpˈɛɹɪkˌe͡ɪlz], [ haɪpˈɛɹɪkˌeɪlz], [ h_aɪ_p_ˈɛ_ɹ_ɪ_k_ˌeɪ_l_z]
How to use "Hypericales" in context?
Hypericales are a family of flowering plants comprising about 450 genera and almost 28,000 species. They are usually herbaceous, but some are shrubs or small trees. Some genera, notably Hypericum and St. John's wort, have been used as folk medicines for centuries.Hypericales have short petals that are united at the base into a tube. They are dioecious, with male and female flowers on separate plants. The plants typically grow in sunny habitats, but some species are found in shade.The genus Hypericum contains about 350 species, distributed mainly in temperate regions of the world.
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Family Canellaceae, Family Theaceae, tea family, Family Ochnaceae, Family Cistaceae, fouquieriaceae, mignonette family, Family Caryocaraceae, tamarisk family, theaceae, caricaceae, hypericaceae, dipterocarpaceae, Family Resedaceae, begonia family, St John's Wort family, Family Begoniaceae, violaceae, caryocaraceae, loasaceae, flacourtiaceae, actinidiaceae, Family Violaceae, Family Dilleniaceae, Family Dipterocarpaceae, rockrose family, Family Clusiaceae, canellaceae, tamaricaceae, papaya family, Loasa Family, clusiaceae, Family Actinidiaceae, Family Flacourtiaceae, begoniaceae, Family Loasaceae, Family Fouquieriaceae, guttiferae, resedaceae, Family Guttiferae, passionflower family, Family Passifloraceae, passifloraceae, Ochna Family, cistaceae, violet family, Family Tamaricaceae, canella family, Family Caricaceae, Family Hypericaceae, ochnaceae, dilleniaceae, Flacourtia Family.
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