[ pˈapɐvəɹˌe͡ɪsiː], [ pˈapɐvəɹˌeɪsiː], [ p_ˈa_p_ɐ_v_ə_ɹ_ˌeɪ_s_iː]
Related words: opium plant, opium poppy, poppy plant, painkiller, opiates, poppy resin, opium history
How to use "Papaveraceae" in context?
The papaveraceae are a family of flowering plants that includes opium poppies and cannabis. The plants are characterized by their tall, slender stems and the opium poppy is the most well-known member of the family. Other members of the family include the corn poppy, the hay poppy, and the false poppy.
Holonyms for Papaveraceae:
Hyponym for Papaveraceae:
Dilleniid Dicot Family.
Meronym for Papaveraceae:
Genus Dendromecon, sanguinaria, eschscholtzia, platystemon, genus corydalis, glaucium, Genus Stylophorum, Genus Sanguinaria, Genus Hunnemania, Genus Chelidonium, Genus Bocconia, Genus Argemone, Genus Platystemon, hunnemannia, chelidonium, Genus Macleaya, dendromecon, Genus Meconopsis, stylomecon, papaver, Genus Glaucium, corydalis, poppy, meconopsis, Genus Stylomecon, Genus Eschscholtzia, macleaya, romneya, Genus Papaver, stylophorum, Genus Romneya.
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