Definition of Hamamelidae

1. 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 and Fagaceae (includes the Amentiferae); sometimes classified as a superorder.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hamamelidae

Halocarpus bidwilli
Halococcus morrhuae
Halogeton
Halogeton glomeratus
Halogeton souda
Haloragaceae
Haloragidaceae
Halson
Halsted's law
Halsted's operation
Halsted's suture
Halteridium
Ham's test
Hamal
Hamamelidaceae
Hamamelidae
Hamamelidanthum
Hamamelidoxylon
Hamamelis vernalis
Hamamelis virginiana
Hamamelites
Haman
Hamas
Hamasaki
Hamazaki
Hamble
Hamburg
Hamburg parsley
Hamburg steak
Hamburger

Literary usage of Hamamelidae

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1. Annals of Botany by IDEAL (Project) (1888)
"But whereas in Nymphaeaceae the seven genera are all grouped under three tribes so distinct as to be considered orders by some, of hamamelidae no genus can ..."

2. Bulletin by Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station (1907)
"hamamelidae " ""i This family includes the liquidambar or sweet-gum tree of the South but in Vermont is represented by the witch-hazel only. ..."

3. Annual Report by Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station (1910)
"hamamelidae This family includes the liquidambar or sweet-gum tree of the South but in Vermont is represented by the witch-hazel only. WITCH-HAZEL. ..."

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