Caprifoliaceae

[n] - shrubs and small trees and woody vines
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Caprifoliaceae

family Caprifoliaceae noun shrubs and small trees and woody vines
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Caprifoliaceae

the honeysuckle family of the teasel order (Dipsacales), well known for its many ornamental shrubs and vines, primarily composed of north temperate ...
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Caprifoliaceae

Caprifoliaceae is a family of annual and perennial herbs, shrubs and trees of wide distribution. The characteristics of the members are opposite leaves without stipules, free anthers, epipetalous stamens, and fruit not splitting open when ripe. It includes a number of erect or twining shrubs and herbaceous plants, comprising the honeysuckle, elder,...
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Caprifoliaceae

The Caprifoliaceae or honeysuckle family are a clade of dicotyledonous flowering plants consisting of about 860 species in 42 genera, with a nearly cosmopolitan distribution. Centres of diversity are found in eastern North America and eastern Asia, while they are absent in tropical and southern Africa. They are mostly shrubs and vines, rarely herb...
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