Cycadales


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Cycadales

[‚sī·kə′dā·lēz]
(botany)
An ancient order of plants in the class Cycadopsida characterized by tuberous or columnar stems that bear a crown of large, usually pinnate leaves.
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The compiled botanical information on cycad seed storage covers <2% of species in the Cycadales.
It suggests that associations between species of Anatrachyntis and members of the Cycadales may be more widespread than currently known.
Regeneration of Ceratozamia euryphyllidia (Cycadales, Gymnospermae) plants from embryogenic leaf cultures derived from mature phase trees.
Beck, Wendy 1993 'Cycad use by Australian Aboriginal people' in DW Stevenson and KJ Norstog (eds), Proceedings of C YC A D 90, the Second International Conference on Cycad Biology: The biology, structure, and systematics of the Cycadales, Palm & Cycad Societies of Australia Ltd, Milton, Qld, pp.8-15.
(eds), The Biology, Structure and Systematics of the Cycadales. Palm and Cycad Society of Australia, Brisbane, pp.
Growth form and habitat preference of the Cycadales. Pp 121-130.
Lindstrom (Ed.), Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Cycad Biology: The Biology, Structure and Systematics of the Cycadales (pp.
Regenaration of Ceratozamia euryphyllidia (Cycadales, Gymnospermae) plants from embryogenic leaf cultures derived from mature-phase trees.