Definition of Order sapindales

1. Noun. An order of dicotyledonous plants.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Order Sapindales

order Rajiformes
order Ranales
order Ranunculales
order Raptores
order Rhamnales
order Rheiformes
order Rhoeadales
order Rhynchocephalia
order Rickettsiales
order Rodentia
order Rosales
order Rubiales
order Salicales
order Salientia
order Santalales
order Sapindales
order Saprolegniales
order Sarcosporidia
order Sarraceniales
order Saurischia
order Sauropterygia
order Scandentia
order Sclerodermatales
order Scleroparei
order Scorpionida
order Scrophulariales
order Secotiales
order Selaginellales
order Siluriformes
order Siphonaptera

Literary usage of Order sapindales

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1901)
"The instalment of the ' Famil of Flowering Plants,' by Charles L. Pollai continues the description of various families the order Sapindales. ..."

2. Flora of Miami: Being Descriptions of the Seed-plants Growing Naturally on by John Kunkel Small (1913)
"Filaments distinct. Styles wanting or very short : stigma sessile. Aquifoliaceae in Order SAPINDALES. Styles elongated. Ovary several-celled. ..."

3. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1914)
"The order Sapindales, sometimes called the Celastrales, includes some twenty families, together containing about 3200 species, the largest families in the ..."

4. Flora of Pennsylvania by Thomas Conrad Porter (1903)
"... in Order SAPINDALES. 201 Styles elongated. Families in Order ERICALES. 235 11. Stamens partially adnate to the corolla. Stamens as many as the lobes of ..."

5. Torreya by Torrey Botanical Club (1903)
"... a three or more celled ovary, and probably two ovules in each cell as they sometimes do now, conditions which usually obtain in the order Sapindales. ..."

6. The American Botanist edited by Willard Nelson Clute (1903)
"The soapberry (Sapindus) gives the name to the order Sapindales, which is made up of a number of small families like the sumacs, hollies, bitter-sweets, ..."

7. Text-book of Botany and Pharmacognosy by Henry Kraemer (1908)
"order sapindales. The plants of this order are chiefly trees and shrubs. The flowers are mostly regular and the seeds usually without endosperm. ..."

8. Applied and Economic Botany: Especially Adapted for the Use of Students in by Henry Kraemer (1914)
"order sapindales. The plants of this order are chiefly trees and shrubs. The flowers are mostly regular and the seeds usually without endosperm. ..."

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