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Example sentences for "cycad"

Lexicographically close words:
cyar; cyarn; cyars; cybernetic; cybernetics; cycadean; cycads; cyclamens; cycle; cycled
  1. The cycad (Cycas circinalis) grows most frequently just within the trees that immediately line the beach and may be often observed at all heights up to 400 feet above the sea, but it is not usually found at greater elevations.

  2. At Treasury Island I found a solitary cycad at a height of a thousand feet above the sea.

  3. On the edge of the cliff the pandanus and the cycad competed with each other for the possession of the seaward margin of the island.

  4. I went to the cycad trees for a while and worked at them.

  5. After seven hours along the renowned old Tokkaido, where to-day a railway runs, I landed at Yejiri, and went in a kuruma about a couple of miles farther to a very noted cycad temple.

  6. Cycad seed, which has a small embryo embedded in a large mass of endosperm, and that it practically coincides with the Dicotyledonous type.

  7. The primary bundles, however, are not like those of a Cycad stem, but have groups of centripetal wood within the protoxylem, and thus resemble the primary bundles of Poroxylon (see p.

  8. In Mesozoic times the most striking group is that of the Cycads and Bennettitales, the latter branch suggesting a direct connection between the fern-cycad series and the flowering plants.

  9. There is a cambium which adds zones of secondary tissue, but it does not do its work regularly, and the cross section of an old Cycad stem shows disconnected rings of wood, accompanied by much soft tissue.

  10. The intractability of the Cycad is such that if cattle eat the leaves they die or become permanently afflicted with a disease of the nature of rickets.

  11. The only sounds were the hiss of those seething rushes far out on the tide, the sudden droning hum of some great insect darting overhead, or the occasional soft clatter of the long, crisp cycad leaves as a faint puff of hot air lifted them.

  12. It was one of the smaller members of that terrible family of carnivorous dinosaurians which ruled the ancient cycad forests as the black-maned lion rules the Rhodesian jungles to-day.

  13. Palms are so like cycads that we may regard them as the descendants of some cycad type.

  14. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "cycad" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.