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Definition of cycad

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Definition as written by Magpye:

An ancient group of plants that were very abundant in the \'age of dinosaurs\' (the Jurasic and Cretaceous periods). There are less than 200 species that survive today and are growing in the warmer regions of the world. Often thought of as long-lived flowerless plants. Most are palm or fern-like.


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