Fabaceae

NOUN
  1. a large family of trees, shrubs, vines, and herbs bearing bean pods; divided for convenience into the subfamilies Caesalpiniaceae; Mimosaceae; Papilionaceae
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How To Use Fabaceae In A Sentence

  • In the karri forests, the most important families are Fabaceae, Mimosaceae, Orchidaceae, Myrtaceae, and Proteaceae. Jarrah-Karri forest and shrublands
  • Pericopsis elata largely known as Assamela or Afrormosia, is a high tree, belonging to the Fabaceae family, often found in the semi-deciduous forest types.
  • Title Leaf architecture and its systematic significance in the tribe Thermopseae (Fabaceae).
  • Leaf architecture and its systematic significance in the tribe Thermopseae (Fabaceae).
  • Tylosema, in the tribe Cercideae, has been little investigated but heterostyly, unknown elsewhere in the Fabaceae, has been reported in all four species of the genus.
  • Species were classified according to their growth form; forbs include all herbaceous dicotyledonous species (including Fabaceae).
  • These plants include eucalypts and tea-trees, banksias and grevilleas, boronias, native fuchsias, wattles and peas (Fabaceae).
  • Globulins are found in plant seeds as storage proteins, particularly in the seeds of legumes ( Fabaceae ).
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