Definition of Caricaceae. Meaning of Caricaceae. Synonyms of Caricaceae

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Definition of Caricaceae

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Meaning of Caricaceae from wikipedia

- The Caricaceae are a family of flowering plants in the order Br****icales, found primarily in tropical regions of Central and South America and Africa....
- papaya, one of the 22 accepted species in the genus Carica of the family Caricaceae. Its origin is in the tropics of the Americas, perhaps from Central America...
- Brazil has great forests. Minas Gerais, Brazil's central state, larger domain is the tropical forest. Within it there are many types of plants. Separated...
- Vasconcellea is a genus with 20 or 21 species of flowering plants in the family Caricaceae. Most were formerly treated in the genus Carica, but have been split out...
- Carica is a genus of flowering plants in the family Caricaceae including C. papaya, the papaya (syn. C. peltata, C. posoposa), a widely cultivated fruit...
- Cleomaceae Capparaceaecaper family, sometimes included in Br****icaceae Caricaceaepapaya family Cleomaceae Gyrostemonaceaeseveral genera of small shrubs...
- Vasconcellea quercifolia is a species of shrub or tree in the family Caricaceae. It is found in Argentina, Peru, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia and...
- Br****icales Br****icaceae: Heliophila, Lepidium Capparidaceae: Maerua Caricaceae: Carica, Jacarathia Moringaceae: Moringa Order Caryophyllales Aizoaceae:...
- opposed to melons, which grow on vines: Carica papaya (Papaya) of the Caricaceae Solanum muricatum (Pepino) of the Solanaceae Neither of these is a true...
- cauliflora, V. monoica and V. quercifolia, all from the papaya family Caricaceae. It is only found in Northeastern Brazil and has no confirmed biological...
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