Definition of Ebenales

1. Noun. Trees or shrubs of the families Ebenaceae or Sapotaceae or Styracaceae or Symplocaceae.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ebenales

Eastery
Eastie
Eastleigh
Eastman
Eastoft
Eat at Joe's
Eaton agent
Eaton agent pneumonia
Eau Claire
EbN
EbS
Ebbie
Ebbinghaus illusion
Ebbinghaus test
Ebenaceae
Ebenales
Ebenezer
Eberth's bacillus
Eberth's lines
Ebeye
Ebionite
Ebionites
Ebionitic
Eblaite
Eblis
Ebner's glands
Ebner's reticulum
Ebola
Ebola fever

Literary usage of Ebenales

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1. Professional Paper by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1916)
"Lagrange formation (in beds of Wilcox age), Puryear, Henry County, Tenn. (collected by EW Berry). Collection.—US National Museum. Order ebenales. ..."

2. A Student's Text-book of Botany by Sydney Howard Vines (1896)
"Cohort V. ebenales. Flowers actinomorphic, 4-8-merous ... an assumption which is confirmed by the analogy of those ebenales in which the outer whorl of ..."

3. Journal of Botany, British and Foreign (1905)
"... ebenales (which, including Convolvulacées, are regarded as descendants of ... Tubi flora, to an early position in the scheme under ebenales requires, ..."

4. Contributions to the Paleobotany of Peru, Bolivia and Chile: Five Papers by Edward Wilber Berry (1922)
"The ebenales with 4 families and over i,000 existing .species has two species of Styrax of the family Styracaceae in the Chilean flora, and no traces have ..."

5. Handbook of the Flora of Philadelphia and Vicinity: Containing Data Relating by Ida Augusta Keller, Stewardson Brown (1905)
"THEACEAE IN PARIETALES* 222 Calyx coherent with the ovary, or with its base. STYRACACEAE IN ebenales 252 Filaments wholly distinct; calyx free, persistent. ..."

6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1914)
"... Myrtales, Ericales, ebenales and Tubi- florae. The great simplicity of these nodal characters and their uniformity throughout such large groups of ..."

7. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1903)
"... or are represented only by a single species, as in the orders Eri- cales, ebenales, and Gentianales, where the inflorescence is chiefly white or red. ..."

8. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1914)
"... in the existing flora has its oldest known fossil occurrences in the basal Upper Cretaceous of North America. The order ebenales includes the families ..."

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