Plants By Botanical Taxonomy

#$FloweringPlant   magnoliophytes

    An instance of #$BiologicalClass and a specialization of #$Plant. Each instance of #$FloweringPlant is a plant whose seeds are enclosed in ovaries; consequently, this is the collection of flowering plants in the botanical sense. For flowering plants actually in bloom, see the collection #$FloweryPlant.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalClass
    direct specialization of: #$Plant 
    direct generalization of: #$MonocotSubclass #$FloweryPlant

#$GymnospermGroup   gymnosperms    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    A biological group of plant classes within the #$PterophytinaSubdivision whose members all bear seeds which are not protected by a carpel. The #$GymnospermGroup includes the #$Conifers and gingkos. See also #$Seed, #$Carpel.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalClass
    direct specialization of: #$Plant 

#$FloweringPlant   magnoliophytes

    An instance of #$BiologicalClass and a specialization of #$Plant. Each instance of #$FloweringPlant is a plant whose seeds are enclosed in ovaries; consequently, this is the collection of flowering plants in the botanical sense. For flowering plants actually in bloom, see the collection #$FloweryPlant.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalClass
    direct specialization of: #$Plant 
    direct generalization of: #$MonocotSubclass #$FloweryPlant

#$Succulent-Plant   succulents    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of all succulent #$Plants (of various #$BiologicalSpecies).
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    direct instance of: #$ExistingObjectType
    direct specialization of: #$TerrestrialOrganism  #$Plant-NonWoody 

#$DicotSubclass   dicots    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    One of the two subclasses in the angiosperm class. Includes taxa whose members usually have two cotyledons in the embryo phase, may have a cambium, and usually have broad leaves with branching veins.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalSubclass
    direct specialization of: #$FloweringPlant 

#$MonocotSubclass   monocots

    #$MonocotSubclass is a specialization of #$FloweringPlant and instance of #$BiologicalSubclass. It is an angiosperm subclass containing taxa whose members have only one cotyledon in the embryo phase and lack normal secondary growth.
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    direct instance of: #$BiologicalSubclass
    direct specialization of: #$FloweringPlant 

#$MonoeciousPlantSpecies   monoecious plants    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of #$BiologicalSpecies of monoecious #$Plants (plant species in which one plant has both male and female reproductive organs, e.g., stamen and pistil, but in widely separated structures on the plant). Compare #$HermaphroditicPlantSpecies and #$DioeciousPlantSpecies.
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    direct instance of: #$SiblingDisjointCollectionType #$SecondOrderCollection
    direct specialization of: #$BiologicalSpecies 

#$DioeciousPlantSpecies   dioecious plants    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of #$BiologicalSpecies of dioecious #$Plants, or plant species in which each individual plant has only the reproductive organs of one sex, not both (e.g., either female pistil or male stamen). Compare #$HermaphroditicPlantSpecies and #$MonoeciousPlantSpecies.
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    direct instance of: #$SiblingDisjointCollectionType #$SecondOrderCollection
    direct specialization of: #$BiologicalSpecies 

#$HermaphroditicPlantSpecies   hermaphroditic plants    **COMMENT NOT REVIEWED**    **GAFs NOT REVIEWED**

    The collection of #$BiologicalSpecies of normally hermaphroditic #$Plants, plants with male and female organs occurring together in the same structure (e.g., pistils and stamens in the same flower). Compare #$DioeciousPlantSpecies and #$MonoeciousPlantSpecies.
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    direct instance of: #$SiblingDisjointCollectionType #$SecondOrderCollection
    direct specialization of: #$BiologicalSpecies