Cormophylogeny

Cor`mo*phy*log"e*ny

(k?r`m?-f?-l?j"?-n?), n. [Gr. kormo`s trunk of a tree + E. phylogeny.] (Biol.) The phylogeny of groups or families of individuals. Haeckel.
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Cor"mo*phytes

(kr"m*fts),

Cor*moph"y*ta

(kr*mf"*t), } n. pl. [NL. cormophyta, fr. Gr. kormo`s trunk of a tree + fyto`n plant.] (Bot.) A term proposed by Endlicher to include all plants with an axis containing vascular tissue and with foliage.
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