[ mˈe͡ɪɐkˌe͡ɪsiː], [ mˈeɪɐkˌeɪsiː], [ m_ˈeɪ_ɐ_k_ˌeɪ_s_iː]
How to use "Mayacaceae" in context?
The mayacaceae are a family of flowering plants, including the well-known. The family also includes such non-flowering plant species as the roots of sugar Bush trees and Beech trees.
The family is thought to have originated in the tropical Americas, but today exists worldwide. There are about 1000 species of Mayacaceae. They are typically small trees and shrubs, but a few species can grow to gigantic proportions. Some of the most famous members of the family are the araucarias and the banyans.
The leaves are typically simple and scale-like, but some species have lance-shaped leaves.
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