Cinnamomum

[n] - Asiatic and Australian aromatic trees and shrubs
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Cinnamomum

genus Cinnamomum noun Asiatic and Australian aromatic trees and shrubs
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Cinnamomum

(from the article `Magnoliidae`) ...the pattern of embryo development is rather irregular and inconsistent—e.g., in Degeneria vitiensis, Drimys winteri. In some of the more advanced ... ...as well as South Africa and the Mascarene Islands; Litsea has more than 250 species distributed in Asia, Australasia, and America; Persea (avoca...
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Cinnamomum

Cinnamomum is a genus of plants, of the natural order Lauraceae, natives of tropical Asia and the Polynesian Islands. All the species possess an aromatic volatile oil, and one of them yields true cinnamon spice, while others yield cassia.
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Cinnamomum

Cinnamomum is a genus of evergreen aromatic trees and shrubs belonging to the laurel family, Lauraceae. The species of Cinnamomum have aromatic oils in their leaves and bark. The genus contains over 300 species, distributed in tropical and subtropical regions of North America, Central America, South America, Asia, Oceania, and Australasia. The gen...
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