Ericaceae

[n] - heathers
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Ericaceae

family Ericaceae noun heathers
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Ericaceae

(from the article `Ericales`) The Ericaceae (the heath family) consists of about 110 genera and 4,000 species. Abundant and widespread throughout the temperate regions of the ...
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Ericaceae

Ericaceae is a dicotyledonous family of shrubs or small bushy trees with evergreen, often rigid, opposite or whorled leaves.
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Ericaceae

Ericaceae is a family, commonly known as the heath or heather family, of flowering plants found most commonly in acid and infertile growing conditions. The family is large, with roughly 4000 species spread across 126 genera, making it the 14th-most-speciose family of flowering plants. The many well-known and economically important members of the E...
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