Cedrela

[n] - tropical American trees
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Cedrela

genus Cedrela noun tropical American trees
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Cedrela

Cedrela is a genus of large timber trees, natives of the tropics of both hemispheres, order Cedrelacese. Cedrela odorata of Honduras and the West Indies yields bastard cedar; (Cedrela. Australis) is a valuable Australian timber tree; one or two East Indian species have febrifugal properties.
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Cedrela

Cedrela is a genus of several species in the mahogany family, Meliaceae. They are evergreen or dry-season deciduous trees with pinnate leaves, native to the tropical and subtropical New World, from southern Mexico south to northern Argentina. The name is derived from a diminutive form of Cedrus (cedar). Cedrela odorata is the most common species i...
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