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Noun1.Gymnocladus - small genus of deciduous trees of China and United States having paniculate flowers and thick pulpy podsGymnocladus - small genus of deciduous trees of China and United States having paniculate flowers and thick pulpy pods
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Caesalpinioideae, subfamily Caesalpinioideae - alternative name in some classification systems for the family Caesalpiniaceae
bonduc, chicot, Gymnocladus dioica, Kentucky coffee tree - handsome tree of central and eastern North America having large bipinnate leaves and green-white flowers followed by large woody brown pods whose seeds are used as a coffee substitute
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ash Gleditsia triacanthos honey locust Gymnocladus dioicus Kentucky coffeetree Juglans cinera butternut Juglans nigra black walnut Juniperus virginiana red cedar Liquidambar styraciflua sweetgum Liriodendron tulipifera yellow poplar Maclura pomifera Osage orange Magnolia acuminata cucumbertree Malus spp.
Additionally, the only stem of Gymnocladus dioicus occurred at the top of the bank along this creek, as did the only colony of Poa sylvestris.
When I was a boy in Enid, Oklahoma, some 60-plus years ago, there was a Kentucky coffeetree (Gymnocladus dioicus) in the alley on the 200 block of West Oklahoma Street.
One of the trees scheduled for felling is a Kentucky coffee tree, Gymnocladus dioicus.
Gymnin, a potent defensin-like antifungal peptide from the Yunnan bean (Gymnocladus chinensis Baill).
Several vascular plants officially listed as species at risk either federally (under the Canadian Species At Risk Act, SARA) or provincially (under the Ontario Endangered Species Act 2007) occur on the Canadian Erie Islands, including Grand Redstem (Ammania robusta), Atlantic Camas (Camassia scilloides), Dwarf Hackberry (Celtis tenuifolia), Blue Ash (Fraxinus quadrangulata), Kentucky Coffcetrec (Gymnocladus dioicus), Crimson-Eyed Rose-Mallow (Hibiscus moscheutos), American Water-Willow (Justicia americana), Brown Wide-Lip Orchid (Liparis liliifolia), Red Mulberry (Morus rubra), Eastern Prickly-Pear (Opuntia bumifusa), Common Hoptree (Ptelea trifoliata) and Climbing Rose (Rosa setigera) (COSEWIC 2009; Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources 2009).
Unas pocas especies crecen en climas templados (Cercis, Ceratonia, Gleditsia y Gymnocladus).
4-7 Kentucky coffeetree Gymnocladus dioica 4-7 Ohio buckeye Aesculus glabra 4-7 Pecan Carya illinoinensis 5-9 Quaking aspen Populus tremuloides 2-6 Saucer magnolia Magnolia soulangiana 5-9 Shagbark hickory Carya ovata 4-8 Shingle oak Quercus imbricaria 5-9 Spruce Picea spp.
For instance, Kentucky coffee tree (Gymnocladus dioica) appears to be medium textured when in leaf (Figure 6-24a).
Its botanical name, Gymnocladus, translates to naked branches, most likely a reference to coffeetree's naked branches for six months of the year, making the tree took dead to some.
The Society of Municipal Arborists (SMA) has chosen the Kentucky coffeetree (Gymnocladus dioicus) as its Urban Tree of the Year.