Zamiaceae

[n] - a family of cycads often included in the family Cycadaceae: zamias
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Zamiaceae

family Zamiaceae noun a family of cycads often included in the family Cycadaceae: zamias
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Zamiaceae

(from the article `cycadophyte`) ...multiovulate megasporophylls arranged in an indeterminate strobilus; pinnae with a single midrib but lacking lateral, branch veins; 24 species ...
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Zamiaceae

The Zamiaceae are a family of cycads that are superficially palm or fern-like. They are divided into two subfamilies with eight genera and about 150 species in the tropical and warm temperate regions of Africa, Australia and North and South America. The Zamiaceae are perennial, evergreen, and dioecious. They have subterranean to tall and erect, us...
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