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form genus definition

  • noun:
    • A genus of fossil flowers or imperfect fungi classified relating to their asexual body organs.
    • A genus of fossil flowers or imperfect fungi categorized according to their particular asexual organs.
    • an accumulation of organisms which given formal recognition on rank of genus with a taxonomic title, but that will be considered to be an artificial team instead of a normal one.
    • an accumulation of organisms this is certainly provided formal recognition in the rank of genus with a taxonomic name, but which will be considered an artificial team without an all natural one.
    • (biology) an artificial taxonomic group for organisms which the actual connections are obscure
    • (biology) an artificial taxonomic group for organisms which the true interactions are obscure
    • A genus of fossil flowers or imperfect fungi classified according to their asexual organs.
    • an artificial taxonomic group set up on the basis of morphological resemblance for organisms of obscure true interactions particularly fossil types
    • an accumulation of organisms this is certainly offered formal recognition at the rank of genus with a taxonomic title, but that is known to be an artificial group without a normal one.
    • (biology) an artificial taxonomic group for organisms which the real relationships are obscure
    • an artificial taxonomic category set up based on morphological resemblance for organisms of obscure real connections specially fossil kinds
    • an artificial taxonomic group set up on the basis of morphological similarity for organisms of obscure real connections specifically fossil types
    • A genus of fossil flowers or imperfect fungi classified in accordance with their particular asexual organs.
    • A collection of organisms which offered formal recognition during the ranking of genus with a taxonomic title, but that will be known to be an artificial group rather than an all natural one.
    • A genus of fossil flowers or imperfect fungi categorized based on their particular asexual body organs.
    • (biology) an artificial taxonomic group for organisms of which the real interactions tend to be obscure
    • an accumulation organisms that is offered formal recognition in the rank of genus with a taxonomic title, but which will be known to be an artificial group instead of a normal one.
    • (biology) an artificial taxonomic group for organisms that the actual connections tend to be obscure
    • an artificial taxonomic group founded on the basis of morphological resemblance for organisms of obscure true interactions specifically fossil types
    • an artificial taxonomic category established based on morphological resemblance for organisms of obscure true interactions specially fossil kinds
    • A genus of fossil flowers or imperfect fungi categorized in accordance with their asexual body organs.
    • an accumulation of organisms which provided formal recognition at ranking of genus with a taxonomic title, but that is known to be an artificial group without an all natural one.
    • (biology) an artificial taxonomic group for organisms of which the true connections tend to be obscure
    • an artificial taxonomic category set up based on morphological resemblance for organisms of obscure real relationships specially fossil kinds
    • A genus of fossil plants or imperfect fungi categorized relating to their asexual organs.
    • an accumulation of organisms that's offered formal recognition in the rank of genus with a taxonomic title, but that will be considered an artificial team instead of a normal one.
    • (biology) an artificial taxonomic category for organisms of which the real interactions tend to be obscure
    • an artificial taxonomic group set up on the basis of morphological similarity for organisms of obscure true connections especially fossil forms
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