Tamaricaceae

[n] - family of desert shrubs and trees (mostly halophytes and xerophytes)
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Tamaricaceae

family Tamaricaceae noun family of desert shrubs and trees (mostly halophytes and xerophytes)
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Tamaricaceae

(from the article `desert`) ...and temperate margins of the developing deserts. It has been suggested that many typical modern desert plant families, particularly those with an ...
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Tamaricaceae

Tamaricaceae is a small family of polypetalous exogens. The species are either herbs or shrubs, inhabiting chiefly the basin of the Mediterranean. They have minute alternate simple leaves and usually small white or pink flowers in terminal spikes.
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Tamaricaceae

Myricaria Reaumuria Tamaricaceae (the tamarisk family) is a flowering plant family containing four genera. In the 1980s, the family was classified in the Violales under the Cronquist system; more modern classifications (Angiosperm Phylogeny Group) place them in the Caryophyllales. The family is native to drier areas of Europe, Asia and Africa. Man...
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