Definition of Family tamaricaceae

1. Noun. Family of desert shrubs and trees (mostly halophytes and xerophytes).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Family Tamaricaceae

family Sturnidae
family Styracaceae
family Suidae
family Sulidae
family Sylviidae
family Symplocaceae
family Synchytriaceae
family Syngnathidae
family Synodontidae
family Tabanidae
family Taccaceae
family Tachinidae
family Tachyglossidae
family Taeniidae
family Talpidae
family Tamaricaceae
family Tapiridae
family Tarsiidae
family Taxaceae
family Tecophilaeacea
family Teiidae
family Tenebrionidae
family Tenrecidae
family Tenthredinidae
family Terebellidae
family Teredinidae
family Termitidae
family Testudinidae
family Tethyidae

Literary usage of Family tamaricaceae

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1. The Plant World by Plant World Association, Wild Flower Preservation Society (U.S.) (1901)
"family tamaricaceae. Tamarisk Family. Contains 4 genera and about 40 species, trees or small alternate leaves and white or pink solitary or clustered ..."

2. Plant Materials of Decorative Gardening: The Woody Plants by William Trelease (1917)
"Family TAMARICACEAE. Tamarisk Family. A very small family of little use aside from landscape planting. TAMARIX. Tamarisk. Salt Cedar. ..."

3. Proceedings by Nebraska, Nebraska State Board of Agriculture, State Board of Agriculture (1907)
"family tamaricaceae. TAMARISK FAMILY. Tamarix gallica L. Tamarisk. Leaves rhombic-ovate, acute or acuminate, half clasping the stem, ..."

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