• Definition for "gnetales"
    • An order of gymnospermous plants containing the family…
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gnetales definition

  • others:
    • An order of gymnospermous plants containing the family Gnetaceæ only (which see).
    • An order of gymnospermous flowers containing your family Gnetaceæ just (which see).
    • An order of gymnospermous plants containing the family Gnetaceæ only (which see).
    • An order of gymnospermous plants containing your family Gnetaceæ just (which see).
    • An order of gymnospermous plants containing the family Gnetaceæ only (which see).
    • An order of gymnospermous plants containing the family Gnetaceæ only (which see).
    • An order of gymnospermous flowers containing the family Gnetaceæ just (which see).
    • An order of gymnospermous plants containing the family Gnetaceæ only (which see).
    • An order of gymnospermous plants containing the family Gnetaceæ only (which see).
    • An order of gymnospermous plants containing your family Gnetaceæ just (which see).
    • An order of gymnospermous plants containing the family Gnetaceæ just (which see).
    • An order of gymnospermous plants containing the family Gnetaceæ just (which see).
  • noun:
    • chiefly exotic or xerophytic woody plants; almost as yet not known as fossils but considered near to the ancestral distinct angiosperms
    • mainly exotic or xerophytic woody flowers; practically unidentified as fossils but considered near the ancestral type of angiosperms
    • mainly exotic or xerophytic woody flowers; almost as yet not known as fossils but considered near the ancestral line of angiosperms
    • chiefly exotic or xerophytic woody flowers; practically unidentified as fossils but considered close to the ancestral distinct angiosperms
    • mainly exotic or xerophytic woody flowers; almost as yet not known as fossils but considered near the ancestral type of angiosperms
    • mainly tropical or xerophytic woody plants; almost unidentified as fossils but considered near to the ancestral type of angiosperms
    • mainly exotic or xerophytic woody flowers; almost not known as fossils but considered close to the ancestral distinct angiosperms
    • chiefly tropical or xerophytic woody flowers; almost as yet not known as fossils but considered close to the ancestral distinct angiosperms
    • chiefly exotic or xerophytic woody flowers; practically not known as fossils but considered near to the ancestral type of angiosperms
    • chiefly tropical or xerophytic woody flowers; practically unidentified as fossils but considered near the ancestral distinct angiosperms
    • chiefly tropical or xerophytic woody flowers; practically not known as fossils but considered close to the ancestral line of angiosperms
    • mainly exotic or xerophytic woody plants; virtually unidentified as fossils but considered near the ancestral line of angiosperms
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