Related WordNet synsets for SUMO concept NonFloweringPlant

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any of a group of cryptogamic organisms consisting principally of a thallus and thus showing no differentiation into stem and root and leaf
any flowerless plant such as a fern (pteridophyte) or moss (bryophyte) in which growth occurs only at the tip of the main stem
a plant that reproduces or is reproduced by apomixis
nonvascular organism
organisms without vascular tissue: e.g. algae, lichens, fungi, mosses
Psilophytales, order Psilophytales
Paleozoic simple dichotomously branched plants of Europe and eastern Canada including the oldest known vascular land plants
any plant of the order Psilophytales: a savannah plant
genus Psilophyton
type genus of the Psilophytaceae: genus of small wiry herbaceous Paleozoic plants with underground rhizomes and apical sporangia
Psilophytaceae, family Psilophytaceae
Paleozoic plants
Equisetales, order Equisetales
lower tracheophytes in existence since the Devonian
any plant or fossil of the genus Psilophyton
Rhyniaceae, family Rhyniaceae
primitive plants of the Paleozoic
Rhynia, genus Rhynia
type genus of the Rhyniaceae; small leafless dichotomously branching fossil plants with terminal sporangia and smooth branching rhizomes
Horneophyton, genus Horneophyton
Devonian fossil plant considered one of the earliest forms of vascular land plants; similar to genus Rhynia but smaller
Sphenopsida, class Sphenopsida, Equisetatae, class Equisetatae
horsetails and related forms
Equisetaceae, family Equisetaceae, horsetail family
sole surviving family of the Equisetales: fern allies
Equisetum, genus Equisetum
horsetails; coextensive with the family Equisetaceae
common horsetail, field horsetail, Equisetum arvense
of Eurasia and Greenland and North America
perennial rushlike flowerless herbs with jointed hollow stems and narrow toothlike leaves that spread by creeping rhizomes; tend to become weedy; common in northern hemisphere; some in Africa and South America
swamp horsetail, water horsetail, Equisetum fluviatile
Eurasia; northern North America to Virginia
scouring rush, rough horsetail, Equisetum hyemale, Equisetum hyemale robustum, Equisetum robustum
evergreen erect horsetail with rough-edged stems; formerly used for scouring utensils
marsh horsetail, Equisetum palustre
scouring-rush horsetail widely distributed in wet or boggy areas of northern hemisphere
wood horsetail, Equisetum Sylvaticum
Eurasia except southern Russia; northern North America
Lycopsida, class Lycopsida, Lycopodiate, class Lycopodiate
club mosses and related forms: includes Lycopodiales; Isoetales; Selaginellales; and extinct Lepidodendrales; sometimes considered a subdivision of Tracheophyta
variegated horsetail, variegated scouring rush, Equisetum variegatum
northern North America; Greenland; northern and central Europe
used in some classifications for the class Lycopsida: club mosses
Lycopodineae, class Lycopodineae
alternative designation for the class Lycopsida
club moss, clubmoss, lycopod
primitive evergreen mosslike plant with spores in club-shaped strobiles
Lepidodendrales, order Lepidodendrales
fossil arborescent plants arising during the Lower Devonian and conspicuous throughout the Carboniferous
Lepidodendraceae, family Lepidodendraceae
fossil plants characterized by conspicuous spirally arranged leaf scars on the trunk
Lycopodiales, order Lycopodiales
lower vascular plants coextensive with the family Lycopodiaceae; in some classifications includes the Selaginellaceae and Isoetaceae
Lycopodium, genus Lycopodium
type and sole genus of the Lycopodiaceae; erect or creeping evergreen plants often used for Christmas decorations
fir clubmoss, mountain clubmoss, little clubmoss, Lycopodium selago
of northern Europe and America; resembling a miniature fir
shining clubmoss, Lycopodium lucidulum
a variety of clubmoss
alpine clubmoss, Lycopodium alpinum
a variety of clubmoss
ground pine, Christmas green
any of several club mosses having long creeping stems and erect branches
foxtail grass, Lycopodium alopecuroides
ground pine thickly covered with bristly leaves; widely distributed in barren sandy or peaty moist coastal regions of eastern and southeastern United States
running pine, Lycopodium clavitum
a variety of clubmoss
ground cedar, staghorn moss, Lycopodium complanatum
a variety of clubmoss
ground fir, princess pine, tree clubmoss, Lycopodium obscurum
a variety of clubmoss
Selaginellaceae, family Selaginellaceae
lesser clubmosses: terrestrial chiefly tropical plants resembling mosses
Selaginellales, order Selaginellales
in some classifications included in Lycopodiales
spikemoss, spike moss, little club moss
any of numerous fern allies of the genus Selaginella
Selaginella, genus Selaginella
type and sole genus of the Selaginellaceae; evergreen mosslike plants: spike moss and little club moss
rock spikemoss, dwarf lycopod, Selaginella rupestris
tufted spikemoss forming loose spreading mats; eastern North America
meadow spikemoss, basket spikemoss, Selaginella apoda
spikemoss forming dense mats; eastern North America
resurrection plant, rose of Jericho, Selaginella lepidophylla
densely tufted fern ally of southwestern United States to Peru; curls up in a tight ball when dry and expands and grows under moist conditions
desert selaginella, Selaginella eremophila
prostrate spikemoss; California
Isoetaceae, family Isoetaceae, quillwort family
quillworts; coextensive with the genus Isoetes
florida selaginella, Selaginella eatonii
occurs widely in Florida
Isoetales, order Isoetales
aquatic or marsh-growing fern allies; known to have existed since the Cenozoic; sometimes included in Lycopodiales
Isoetes, genus Isoetes
type and genus of the Isoetaceae and sole extant genus of the order Isoetales
any of several spore-bearing aquatic or marsh plants having short rhizomes and quill-like leaves; worldwide except Polynesia
Cryptogrammataceae, family Cryptogrammataceae
one of a number of families into which the family Polypodiaceae has been subdivided in some classification systems
acrogenic, acrogenous
pertaining to flowerless plants (ferns or mosses) in which growth occurs only at the tip of the main stem