flora definition

  • noun:
    • Plants thought to be a bunch, especially the plants of a certain country, area, or time.
    • A treatise describing the plants of a region or time.
    • The germs alongside microorganisms that generally inhabit a bodily organ or component: abdominal flora.
    • plants thought to be a bunch, specifically those of a particular country, area, time, etc.
    • a book explaining the flowers of a country etc.
    • The microorganisms that inhabit some the main human anatomy, particularly intestinal flora
    • The goddess of plants and spring.
    • the whole system of veggie species developing without cultivation in confirmed locality, region, or period; a listing or description of, or treatise on, these types of flowers.
    • In ancient mythology, the goddess of flowers.
    • [lowercase; pl. floræ, floras (-rē, -räz).] In botany: The aggregate associated with plants indigenous to a specific nation or area, or owned by a particular duration: as, the Australasian flora; the flora for the Carboniferous period. See fauna.
    • A work systematically describing the plants of a country or area or a geological period.
    • The 8th planetoid, discovered by Hind, in London, in 1847.
    • all the plant life in a specific region or period
    • (botany) an income organism lacking the effectiveness of locomotion
    • flowers thought to be an organization, especially the plants of a specific country, area, or time.
    • A treatise describing the flowers of a spot or time.
    • flowers thought to be an organization, particularly the plants of a particular nation, region, or time.
    • Plants considered as a group, particularly the plants of a specific country, area, or time.
    • flowers considered as a group, especially the flowers of a certain nation, area, or time.
    • A treatise describing the flowers of an area or time.
    • The bacteria as well as other microorganisms that ordinarily inhabit a bodily organ or component: abdominal flora.
    • A treatise explaining the plants of a region or time.
    • flowers regarded as friends, especially those of a certain nation, area, time, etc.
    • The bacteria as well as other microorganisms that usually inhabit a bodily organ or component: intestinal flora.
    • a novel describing the plants of a country etc.
    • plants considered as an organization, specifically those of a certain country, region, time, etc.
    • The microorganisms that inhabit some area of the body, such as for example abdominal flora
    • flowers thought to be friends, especially the flowers of a specific country, region, or time.
    • A treatise describing the flowers of a spot or time.
    • The bacteria as well as other microorganisms that ordinarily inhabit a bodily organ or part: intestinal flora.
    • a novel describing the flowers of a country etc.
    • A treatise describing the flowers of an area or time.
    • The goddess of flowers and spring.
    • flowers thought to be a group, specifically those of a particular nation, region, time, etc.
    • The germs alongside microorganisms that usually inhabit a bodily organ or part: intestinal flora.
    • The microorganisms that inhabit some area of the body, such as for instance abdominal flora
    • The micro-organisms also microorganisms that generally inhabit a bodily organ or part: abdominal flora.
    • The goddess of flowers and spring.
    • a novel describing the flowers of a country etc.
    • plants thought to be a bunch, particularly those of a specific nation, area, time, etc.
    • plants thought to be a bunch, specially those of a certain country, area, time, etc.
    • the whole system of vegetable types developing without cultivation in a given locality, region, or period; an inventory or information of, or treatise on, these types of flowers.
    • a book explaining the flowers of a country etc.
    • The microorganisms that inhabit some an element of the human body, eg intestinal flora
    • a book explaining the plants of a country etc.
    • The goddess of flowers and spring.
    • The microorganisms that inhabit some the main human body, such abdominal flora
    • The microorganisms that inhabit some area of the human anatomy, such as for example abdominal flora
    • In classical mythology, the goddess of blossoms.
    • The goddess of blossoms and spring.
    • The goddess of blossoms and spring.
    • the whole system of veggie species developing without cultivation in a given locality, region, or period; an inventory or information of, or treatise on, such flowers.
    • [lowercase; pl. floræ, floras (-rē, -räz).] In botany: The aggregate for the plants native to a particular country or area, or owned by a specific duration: as, the Australasian flora; the flora of this Carboniferous period. See fauna.
    • The complete system of vegetable species growing without cultivation in a given locality, region, or period; a listing or information of, or treatise on, these types of plants.
    • A work methodically describing the flowers of a country or region or a geological period.
    • the whole system of veggie species growing without cultivation in certain locality, area, or duration; a list or information of, or treatise on, such plants.
    • In ancient mythology, the goddess of flowers.
    • In traditional mythology, the goddess of blossoms.
    • The 8th planetoid, discovered by Hind, in London, in 1847.
    • [lowercase; pl. floræ, floras (-rē, -räz).] In botany: The aggregate of this flowers native to a particular nation or area, or owned by a certain period: as, the Australasian flora; the flora for the Carboniferous period. See fauna.
    • In ancient mythology, the goddess of flowers.
    • [lowercase; pl. floræ, floras (-rē, -räz).] In botany: The aggregate regarding the plants native to a certain nation or area, or owned by a specific duration: as, the Australasian flora; the flora of the Carboniferous duration. See fauna.
    • A work systematically describing the flowers of a country or area or a geological duration.
    • all the plant life in a specific region or period
    • the whole system of veggie types growing without cultivation in confirmed locality, region, or period; a list or information of, or treatise on, such plants.
    • [lowercase; pl. floræ, floras (-rē, -räz).] In botany: The aggregate of the plants indigenous to a particular country or region, or belonging to a particular period: as, the Australasian flora; the flora of the Carboniferous period. See fauna.
    • a-work systematically explaining the flowers of a country or area or a geological duration.
    • In classical mythology, the goddess of flowers.
    • (botany) a full time income system lacking the effectiveness of locomotion
    • The eighth planetoid, discovered by Hind, in London, in 1847.
    • a-work methodically explaining the plants of a country or area or a geological duration.
    • The eighth planetoid, discovered by Hind, in London, in 1847.
    • most of the plant life in a certain region or duration
    • The eighth planetoid, found by Hind, in London, in 1847.
    • all of the plants in a specific region or duration
    • all plants in a specific region or duration
    • (botany) a full time income system lacking the power of locomotion
    • (botany) an income system lacking the power of locomotion
    • (botany) a living organism lacking the power of locomotion
    • [lowercase; pl. floræ, floras (-rē, -räz).] In botany: The aggregate regarding the plants indigenous to a certain country or region, or belonging to a particular duration: as, the Australasian flora; the flora of Carboniferous duration. See fauna.
    • A work systematically describing the flowers of a country or area or a geological period.
    • The 8th planetoid, found by Hind, in London, in 1847.
    • all of the plants in a certain area or period
    • (botany) a living organism lacking the power of locomotion

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