[ nɪmfˈi͡əsiː], [ nɪmfˈiəsiː], [ n_ɪ_m_f_ˈiə_s_iː]
How to use "Nymphaeaceae" in context?
The nymphaeaceae family contains a diverse array of flowering plants, many of which are used in traditional medicine. The flowerheads of many nymphaeaceae are often remarkably colorful and diverse, ranging from fragrant white clusters to vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows. Although the family is diverse, most of its members are terrestrial perennials that grow in moist areas, such as streams and marshes.
Holonyms for Nymphaeaceae:
Hyponym for Nymphaeaceae:
Magnoliid Dicot Family.
Meronym for Nymphaeaceae:
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