tracheophyte


tra·cheo·phyte

noun \ˈtrā-kē-ə-ˌfīt\

Definition of TRACHEOPHYTE

:  any of a division (Tracheophyta) comprising green plants (as ferns and seed plants) with a vascular system that contains tracheids or tracheary elements

Origin of TRACHEOPHYTE

New Latin Tracheophyta, from trache- + Greek phyton plant; akin to Greek phyein to bring forth — more at be
First Known Use: 1937

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