Rhamnaceous

Rham·na'ceous adjective (Botany) Of or pertaining to a natural order of shrubs and trees ( Rhamnaceæ , or Rhamneæ ) of which the buckthorn ( Rhamnus ) is the type. It includes also the New Jersey tea, the supple-jack, and one of the plants called lotus ( Zizyphus ).
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rhamnaceous

<botany> Of or pertaining to a natural order of shrubs and trees (Rhamnaceae, or Rhamneae) of which the buckthorn (Rhamnus) is the type. It includes also the new Jersey tea, the supple-jack, and one of the plants called lotus (Zizyphus). ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Rhamnaceous

• (a.) Of or pertaining to a natural order of shrubs and trees (Rhamnaceae, or Rhamneae) of which the buckthorn (Rhamnus) is the type. It includes also the New Jersey tea, the supple-jack, and one of the plants called lotus (Zizyphus).
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