- chiefly trees and shrubs of tropical and temperate regions of especially southeastern Asia and Brazil
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family Tiliaceae noun
chiefly trees and shrubs of tropical and temperate regions of especially southeastern Asia and Brazil; genera Tilia, Corchorus, Entelea, Grewia, Sparmannia
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(from the article `Malvales`) Opinions differ concerning the number of families that should be included in the Malvales; however, most recent authors agree that 5 families, the ... The Tiliaceae largely embrace those characteristics considered generalized for the order, and thus the family serves as a point of reference against ... [...
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Tiliaceae is a family of plants including the limes. The members are chiefly natives of the tropics, though the typical genus, Tilia, is found in Europe, north Asia and North America. They have alternate, undivided leaves with toothed edges, complete flowers with five sepals and five petals, and produce nectar. The fruits and seeds vary.
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Tiliaceae ee is a botanical name for a family of flowering plants. Such a family is not part of APG II, but it is found all through the botanical literature and remains prominently listed by nomenclatural databases such as IPNI. All through its existence the family has had a very lively history, with various authors taking very different views on
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