Burmanniaceae

Burmanniaceae is a family of flowering plants, consisting of about a hundred species of herbaceous plants in roughly a dozen genera. Often they are quite remarkable plants, more often red than green, without much leaf area and not growing very big in any way. The reason for this appearance is that the members of the family are all myco-heterotroph...
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Burmanniaceae

(from the article `Orchidales`) ...develop corms or tubers. The leaves are occasionally reduced to scales, and the flowers are arranged in racemes, spikes, or panicles and are ...
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Burmanniaceae

family Burmanniaceae noun family of chiefly tropical herbs with basal leaves like bracts and small flowers
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Burmanniaceae

[n] - family of chiefly tropical herbs with basal leaves like bracts and small flowers
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