10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AUTOCARP»
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A glossary of botanic terms, with their derivation and accent
Aut'oblast (ai/rds, self, /3Xaaras, a bud), a free and independent " Bio- blast" (
Schlater) ; Autocarp'ian, autocarp'ic, autocarpea'nwi (icapjrds, fruit), (1) a superior
fruit, not adherent to the pericarp ; (2) see next ; Autocarp'y, the fruiting of a self- ...
Benjamin Daydon Jackson, 1905
The Medical Vocabulary: Containing a Concise Explanation of ...
AUTOCARP'IOUS (Gr. autos, self; kamos, fruit). In Bot., Consisting of nothing but
pericarp, without any additional organ outwardly adhering. AUTOC'RASY (Gr.
autos, self; krutos, strength). The inherent principle of self-preservation; the vital ...
Robert FOWLER (M.D., of Edinburgh.), 1860
Autechoscope (avTos, autos, self; rix*l> eke, sound ; a-Koweat, skopeo, I look at).
An instrument for self- examining, or listening to sound in one's own body.
Autocarp'ious (avi-os, autos, self; Kapiros, karpos, fruit). Bot. Consisting of
nothing but ...
Engineers and Engineering
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road condition: in your community. ' V "rue AUTOCARP COMPANY, Ardmore, Pa.
Handbook of flower pollination: based upon Hermann Müller's ...
DELPINO, FEDERICO, Sugli appar. d. fecondaz. nelle piante autocarp. : Sugli
apparecchi della fecondazione nelle piante autocarpee. Firenze, 1867. Ult. oss. :
Ulteriori osservazioni sulla dicogamia nel regno vegetale. Milano : I. 1868 ; II.
Paul Knuth, Hermann Müller, 1906
Dictionary of plant sciences (including horticulture)
Said of species of flowering plants which has some members capable of self-
pollination, and others capable of cross-pollination. Autocarp. A fruit developing
from self-fertilization. Autochthonous Flora. That portion of the microflora
Concept S Dictionary Of Agricultural Sciences
Autoblast An Independence cell or micro-organism. Autocarp A fruit produced as
a result of self-fertilization. Autochthonous flora Native microflora present in the
soil in relatively constant number, presumed to subsist on the more resistance
I. C. Gupta, S. K. Gupta, 1992
Robertson's Words for a Modern Age: A Cross Reference of ...
Qualifying words: autarchy, autecology, autoanUbody, autoantitoxin.
autobiographer, autobiographical, autobiography, autocarp, autocatalysis,
autocephalous, autochthonous, autocinesis, autocracy, autoclasia, au- toclasis,
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UNCLOUDY VINEGARY AGGADOTH AUTOCARP BOERBULL CHALLOTH
CHOREGIC CUFFLESS FANGLESS GAMINESS+ HOMINESS+ JAMBIYAH
Live & be Well: A Celebration of Yiddish Culture in America ...
The first "vas fightink for Friddom, against de Kink Ingland, Kink Jawdge Number
Tree, dat tarrible autocarp who vas puddink stemps on tea even, so it tasted bed."
"Lincohen" freed the slaves, of course, and Jake Popper was a delicatessen ...