What is another word for umbelliferae?

Pronunciation: [ˈʌmbɪlˌɪfəɹˌiː] (IPA)

Umbelliferae is a term that is used to describe plants that belong to the family Apiaceae. Some of the other synonyms that are commonly used to refer to this family of plants include the celery or carrot family. This is because many of the plants in this family are used for their edible roots or leaves. Other synonyms for Umbelliferae include the parsley family, the coriander family, and the dill family because these herbs also belong to the same plant family. There are many different species of Umbelliferae plants, and they can be found growing in various regions around the world, from temperate climates to tropical areas.

What are the hypernyms for Umbelliferae?

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

    Apiaceae (carrot family), Apiales (Apiales Order), Magnoliopsida (Dicotyledon Order), Plantae (Plant Kingdom).

Usage examples for Umbelliferae

It was the alley of the umbelliferae.
"Romance of the Rabbit"
Francis Jammes
And so it is with many species of Compositae and umbelliferae, and indeed of all natural orders, some of which I have on the same day gathered in ripe fruit at 13,000 to 14,000 feet, and found still in flower at 9000 to 10,000 feet.
"Himalayan Journals V2."
J. D. Hooker
The female butterflies have a remarkable ability in selecting only members of the great family umbelliferae for this purpose.
"Butterflies Worth Knowing"
Clarence M. Weed

Related words: umbelliferae family, umbrella plants, plants in the umbelliferae family, umbelliferae plants, plants in the umbelliferae family list, names of plants in the umbelliferae family, genuses of plants in the umbelliferae family

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