Cycadicae

Cycadicae

[sī′kad·ə‚sē]
(botany)
A subdivision of large-leaved gymnosperms with stout stems in the plant division Pinophyta; only a few species are extant.
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Cycadicae

 

(also Cycadophytina), a subphylum of gymno-spermous plants that includes three classes: Lyginopteridopsida, Cycadopsida, and Bennettitales.

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