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Orchids
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orchid

orchid (ôr´kîd) noun
1.a. A member of the orchid family. b. The flower of any of these plants, especially one cultivated for ornament.
2.Color. A pale to light purple, from grayish to purplish pink to strong reddish purple.

[From New Latin Orchideae, family name, from Latin orchis, from Greek orkhis, testicle, orchid (from the slope of its root).]
- or´chid adjective

Orchid

Orchid, common name for a family comprising one of the largest groups of flowering plants. The family is worldwide in distribution, being absent only from internal linkAntarctica and some of the most arid desert zones of Eurasia. The greatest diversity of genera and species occurs in tropical regions that remain largely unexplored. For this reason, and because of the complexity of the family, estimates of the number of orchid species vary from 15,000 to 25,000, and the number of genera from 400 to 800. Apart from their popularity among horticulturists, orchids have little economic importance.

Orchid flowers are borne on stalks called pedicels, as are other flowers. During the growth and development of the orchid flower, the pedicel rotates 180°, so that the mature flower is borne upside down. Of the flower's three sepals (outer floral whorls) and three petals (inner floral whorls), all the sepals and the two lateral petals are usually similar to one another in color and shape. The remaining petal, always distinct from them, is called the labellum, or lip; it is usually larger and different in color and shape, often being lobed or cupped.

Scientific classification: Orchids make up the family Orchidaceae.



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