Hamamelidoxylon
Hamamelidoxylon Hamamelidoxylon n. A genus of fossil plants having wood identical with or similar to that of the witch hazel.

Syn: genus {Hamamelidoxylon}. [WordNet 1.5]


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  • Hamamelidoxylon — noun genus of fossil plants having wood identical with or similar to that of the witch hazel • Syn: ↑genus Hamamelidoxylon • Hypernyms: ↑dicot genus, ↑magnoliopsid genus • Member Holonyms: ↑Hamamelidae, ↑subclass Hamamelidae …   Useful english dictionary

  • hamamelidoxylon — ham·a·mel·i·dox·y·lon …   English syllables

  • genus Hamamelidoxylon — noun genus of fossil plants having wood identical with or similar to that of the witch hazel • Syn: ↑Hamamelidoxylon • Hypernyms: ↑dicot genus, ↑magnoliopsid genus • Member Holonyms: ↑Hamamelidae, ↑subclass Hamamelidae …   Useful english dictionary

  • dicot genus — noun genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination • Syn: ↑magnoliopsid genus • Hypernyms: ↑genus • Hyponyms: ↑magnoliid dicot genus, ↑hamamelid dicot genus, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Hamamelidae — noun a group of chiefly woody plants considered among the most primitive of angiosperms; perianth poorly developed or lacking; flowers often unisexual and often in catkins and often wind pollinated; contains 23 families including the Betulaceae… …   Useful english dictionary

  • magnoliopsid genus — noun genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination • Syn: ↑dicot genus • Hypernyms: ↑genus • Hyponyms: ↑magnoliid dicot genus, ↑hamamelid dicot genus, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • subclass Hamamelidae — noun a group of chiefly woody plants considered among the most primitive of angiosperms; perianth poorly developed or lacking; flowers often unisexual and often in catkins and often wind pollinated; contains 23 families including the Betulaceae… …   Useful english dictionary

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