Magnoliaceae

plural noun Mag·no·li·a·ce·ae

Definition of Magnoliaceae

:a family of shrubs and trees (order Ranales), having bisexual flowers, stamens arranged spirally, and numerous simple pistils spirally arranged on an elongated axis

magnoliaceous

adjective

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Origin and Etymology of magnoliaceae

New Latin, from Magnolia, type genus + -aceae


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