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Pinoideae Pine Family Conifers


Trees or shrubs, resinous; leaves simple, mostly evergreen, relatively

small, entire, needle-shaped, awl-shaped, linear, or scale-like;

stipules none; flowers catkin-like; calyx none; corolla none; ovary

represented by a scale (ovuliferous scale) bearing the naked ovules on

its surface.

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