See also: Angiosperms

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Plural of English angiosperm

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  1. A taxonomic clade within the kingdom Plantae – all flowering plants.
    • 2017, SC VERMA, “Fresh look at the cytology, genetics and evolutionary potential of agamospory in homosporous ferns”, in BIONATURE (in English):
      Relatively speaking, there is high frequency of obligate apomictic/agamosporous homosporous ferns when compared to the sister clade angiosperms
    • 2009 December 1, CD Specht, ME Bartlett, “Flower evolution: the origin and subsequent diversification of the angiosperm flower”, in Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst.[1], volume 40 (in English), →DOI:
      Meanwhile, extinction among early crown clade angiosperms (Angiospermae) and especially among their stem relatives (stem Pan-Angiospermae) weakens the value of outgroup comparison and phylogeny reconstruction
    • 2012, P Babula, V Adam, L Havel, R Kizek, “Cadmium Accumulation by Plants of Brassicaceae Family and Its Connection with Their Primary and Secondary Metabolism”, in The plant family Brassicaceae (in English), Springer:
      Table 3.1 Taxonomic classification of Brassicaceae [] Cladistic classification b. Kingdom: Plantae. Clade: angiosperms. Phylum: Magnoliophyta. Clade: eudicots. Class: Magnoliopsida. Clade: core eudicots. Subclass: Dilleniidae. Clade: rosids
    • 2012, M Harvančáková, “Tvorba herbáře cévnatých rostlin pro studijní účely [Preparation of vascular plants herbarium for study purposes]”, in (unpublished thesis) (in Czech), Masarykova Univerzita:
      Systém - clade gymnosperms (nahosemenné) Cycadales Ginkgoales Pinales Gnetales - clade angiosperms (krytosemenné)
      (please add an English translation of this quotation)
    • 2014, B Wang, J Ma, DD McKenna, EV Yan [] , “The earliest known longhorn beetle (Cerambycidae: Prioninae) and implications for the early evolution of Chrysomeloidea”, in Journal of Systematic [] (in English), via Taylor & Francis:
      The earliest unequivocal remains of angiosperms are generally thought to be pollen grains in the early Hauterivian (∼130 Ma) (Friis et al. 2010), despite the earlier origin of crown-clade angiosperms recently suggested by molecular analyses
    • 2018, Waleed O A Karamalla, Hadia Abass Eltaib, Ghanem Mohammed Mahjaf, Mosab Nouraldein, Mohammed Hamad, “Detection of Antifungal Activity of Cinnamon Extract on Candida Species Isolated from Diabetic Patients with Urinary Tract Infection Pre-COVID-19 Era”, in SAR Journal of Pathology and Microbiology[2] (in English), →DOI:
      Scientific Classification: Kingdom: plantae Clade: angiosperms Clade: magnoliids Order: Laurales Family: Lauraceae Genus: Cinamomum Species: C. verum
    • 2019 November, Mohinder Singh, Rajesh Kathwal, Ella Rani, “Productivity, Input and Operational Costs and Marketing Efficiency of Guar [Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba (L.) Taub]: A Legume Crop in Haryana”, in Legume Research — An International Journal[3] (in English):
      Guar (Cluster bean) belongs to kingdom plantae, clade angiosperms from Fabaceae family with subfamily Papilionaceae.
    • 2020, M Steinthorsdottir, PE Jardine [] , “Near‐Future pCO2 during the hot Mid Miocene Climatic Optimum”, in Paleoceanography and [] (in English), Wiley Online Library:
      However, we fully acknowledge that our results only pertain to one plant clade (angiosperms) from one time and place

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  1. plural of angiosperm