1 edition of Glossary of the British flora found in the catalog.
|Statement||Cambridge University Press|
|Publishers||Cambridge University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 136 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
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hypocarpium An enlarged fleshy structure that forms below the fruit, from the or. Smith, who is responsible for the additional drawings necessary to bring the book more into line with modern requirements, is well known for his power of depicting the salient features of a plant subject. of an Having a knob-like head, with the flowers unstalked and aggregated into a dense cluster. Jhandi - Hindu prayer flag that is mounted to a tall bamboo pole and put up in the front of the yard near the home's mandir or in front of a business or mandir after a puja, and the color of the flag is based on the deity worshiped [from Bhojpuri Hindi]• plants derived from a hybrid in which one or more of the parent species is not known or is of uncertain origin;• flora: Dictionary of Botanical Epithets [, ]• Upright, more or less perpendicular to the ground or point of attachment."I too weak to lift dat bag.
forma in common usage, A taxonomic category subordinate to species and within the taxonomic hierarchy, below varietasand usually differentiated by a minor character. For example, the Joshua Tree Yucca brevifolia is native to parts of the southwest but indigenous to Joshua National Park, California. Glossary of the British flora scurfy Minute loose, membranous cales on the surface of some plant parts e. A dry, one-seeded in which the true fruit is not the so-called "berry", but the achenes, which are the so-called "seeds" on thee.
: Drug Medical Dictionary [, ] Miscellaneous 3 matching dictionaries• Bilaterally symmetrical, as in a leaf with a symmetrical outline. The seam or face at which two adhere. or to have rotational symmetry e.
Tulsi or Toolsie - a species of basil plant that has religious significance to Hindus• anthemoid In the , a with a brush-like tuft of sweeping hairs at the tip of each style branch.
Dal gootnee or gutni - a wooden utensil used in making dal• Cultivar names are written with single quotation marks around them e.
Par-aaji - paternal great-grand mother [from Bhojpuri Hindustani]• Mamma-teyta - species of fish in the catfish family• Richie was tootoolbay after he met the girl in the fete.
circinate of the developing of most ferns.
A tuft of hairs from or at one or both ends of some seeds, e.