10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DIPHYLLOUS»
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A Botanical Materia Medica
Lemma. Style 1. Calyx monopbyllonf diphyllous 8c none. Corolla none. Capsule
unilocular. F 838. DonsTEMA. Style 1. Calyx of the male flowers bidentate; of the
female flowers quadridentate. CorofU none. Seed 1. □ Order 8. \ l TRIANDRIA.
The Universal Gardener and Botanist: or, a general ...
Hath thick, fibrey, perennial roots ; climbing, thick, branching, annual stalks,
having membranaceous wings between the joints, rising upon support by their
cirrhi six or eight feet high ; diphyllous leaves, of two spear-shaped lobes,
terminated by ...
Thomas Mawe, John Abercrombie, 1778
A generic and specific description of British plants, [extr. ...
Narrow leaved Pease-everlasting with many .flowers on the; peduncles,-
diphyllous tendrils, and the leaves .shaped like a sword, and that part between
the joints menibranaceous. In woods and hedges. About Rochester in Kent,
between Bath ...
A Generic and Specific Description of British Plants
Broad leaved Pease-everlasting with many flowers on the peduncles, diphyllous
cirrhi, and lanceo- lated leaves. In woods and hedges. Per. July. Sylvestris.
Narrow leaved Pease-everlasting with many flowers on the peduncles,
The British Flora: Containing the Select Names, Characters, ...
Outer calyx diphyllous, inner diphyllous, acuminate, two ftamina. 1 .
Anthoxanthum odoratum. L. 40. Gramen vernum /pica brevi laxa. R. 398. G.
pratenfe /pica flavefcente. B. 3. Spiked Springgrafs. Vernal-grafs with a loofe
Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, ...
... is diphyllous, and grown to the gerraen; there I is" no corolla j the styles are two
; the feed is two- ____ horned and compressed. CERATON1A, the Carob Tree, or
Si Jokn'r- bread : A genus of the polyæcia order, belonging to the polygamia ...
Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig, 1797
American journal of botany
Anadendrum: Engler (1877) describes "Ana- dendron" by saying that it behaves
like Mon- stera obliqua, which he describes as intermittent diphyllous sympodial (
see below). This agrees with my observations. Heteropsis: Engler (1877) ...
The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of ...
SANGUINAUIA, in botany, blood-wort, a genus of the monogynia order, and
polyandria class of plants ; natural order twenty-seventh, rhceadere; cor.
octopetalous : caI. diphyllous; the siliqua ovate and unilocular. There is only one
Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
London encyclopaedia; or, Universal dictionary of science, ...
L. odoratus, tne sweet-scented pea, has a fibrous annual root; a climbing stalk,
rising upon support by its claspers three or four feet high; diphyllous leaves of two
oval lobes, terminated by climbing tend'ils; and flowers by two's on long flower ...
The London encyclopaedia: or, Universal dictionary of ...
SANGUINARIA, in botany, blood-wort, a genus of the monogynia order, and
polyandria class of plants; natural order twenty-seventh, rhceadea? ; cor.
octopetalous : cal. diphyllous ; the siliqua orate and unilocular. There is only one
species, viz ...