Cactus

Cacti are only able to grow on Sand blocks and must have a one block clearance on all sides as well as the top or else it will not grow (if a block is placed directly next to an already grown Cactus, it will destroy it). Cacti also have the benefit (and even harmful if not used correctly) of providing defense against mobs - any mob, including the ...
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Cactus

See also Classification of the Cactaceae |synonyms=*Opuntiaceae Desv. A cactus (plural: cacti, cactuses, or cactus) is a member of the plant family Cactaceae within the order Caryophyllales. Almost all cacti are succulents. The word `cactus` derives, through Latin, from the Ancient Greek κάκτος (kaktos), a name originally used for a spiny .....
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Cactus

• (n.) Any plant of the order Cactacae, as the prickly pear and the night-blooming cereus. See Cereus. They usually have leafless stems and branches, often beset with clustered thorns, and are mostly natives of the warmer parts of America.
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cactus

noun any succulent plant of the family Cactaceae native chiefly to arid regions of the New World and usually having spines
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cactus

Click images to enlargeStrictly, any plant of the family Cactaceae, although the word is commonly used to describe many different succulent and prickly plants. True cacti have a woody axis (central core) surrounded by a large fleshy stem, which takes various forms and is usually covered with spines (actually reduced leave...
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Cactus

[record label] Cactus was a UK record label that found most of its success with music from the reggae genre in the mid 1970s. A subsidiary of Creole Records, Cactus released predominantly reggae songs from artists such Rupie Edwards, I-Roy, Pluto, John Holt and Judge Dread. The label had acquired the rights to music from Pyramid Records and...
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Cactus

[supermarket] Cactus is the name of a Luxembourg supermarket business. It is one of Luxembourg’s leading family-run businesses, known for food and general `quality of life` stores of several sizes using the brands Cactus, Supercactus, Cactus marché (Cactus Market) and CactusShoppi. The group also operates speciality shops selling items s...
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Cactus

Cac'tus noun ; plural English Cactuses , Cacti (- tī). [ Latin , a kind of cactus, Greek ...................] (Botany) Any plant of the order Cactacæ , as the prickly pear and the night-blooming cereus. See Cereus . They usually have leafless stems and...
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Cactus

Cactus is the family of fleshy, thickened and mainly leafless plants, the Cactaceae (also known as the Indian Fig family). The species are succulent shrubs, with minute scale-like leaves (except in the genus Pereskia, tree-cactus, with large leaves), and with clusters and spines on the stems. They have fleshy stems, with sweetish watery or milky ju...
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cactus

cactus, any plant of the family Cactaceae, a large group of succulents found almost entirely in the New World. A cactus plant is conspicuous for its fleshy green stem, which performs the functions of leaves (commonly insignificant or absent), and for the spines (not always present) of various colors...
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cactus

flowering plants belonging to the family Cactaceae, of the order Caryophyllales. Botanists estimate that there are some 1,500 species, grouped into ... [9 related articles]
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cactus

[n] - any spiny succulent plant of the family Cactaceae native chiefly to arid regions of the New World
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