“gymnosperms”: non-flowering seed plants Alpha Families Beta Families Cycadales (Order) Welwitschiaceae Ginkgoaceae Podocarpaceae Pinaceae Araucariaceae Cupressaceae (including Taxodiaceae) Taxaceae Ephedraceae Gnetaceae “gymnosperms”
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Comments: long-used in Chinese medicine, also as a tea by western settlers. Synthetic analog (pseudoephedrine) of active compound in many cold remedies.
Comments: leaves, seeds, and tubers of several species eaten in Southeast Asia and Africa
Comments: a truly bizarre plant, very slow growing and long-lived (more than 1000 years); vessels present