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Google previewThe Fate of Cathleen. A Wicklow Story, by the Author of “The Collegians” [i.e. Gerald Griffin]. (1841)

” Why we are to assume that a petal is a modified leaf, or how it so distinctly appears that “ petals gradually ...

Google previewThe Flowers Personified (1847)

by N. Cleaveland

Each separate leaf of the corolla is called a petal. The corolla is monopctalotu, when it consists of a single petal.

Google previewLanguage and the Lexicon (2016)

An Introduction by David Singleton

Petal, flower A petal is a part of a flower.

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Nmaes (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

Gray Loasaceae Origins: Origins: From the Greek petalon "a petal" and cheilos "lip," the form Greek petalon "a petal" and onyx, onychos "a claw, ...

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

411, pertaining to a petal. PET'ALOUS, a. -11s, resembling a ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Biological Terms (1920)

pelalon, a petal.] One of the separate parts of a corolla (бод). petaliform (pëtäl 'îf'ôrm) a. [Gk. pelalon, petal; L. forma, shape] Petal-shaped ; petal-like ; petaloid ; petaline. ревнива (pët'äld) a. [Gk. petalon, a petal.] With petals; petaliferous ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Scientific Terms (1920)

Pronunciation, Derivation, and Definition of Terms in Biology, Botany, Zoology, Anatomy, Cytology, Embryology, Physiology by Isabella Ferguson Henderson, William Dawson Henderson

petalon, a petal.] One of the separate parts of a corolla (bot.). petaliform (pëtäl 'Ifôrm) a. [Gk. petalon, petal ; L. forma, shape.] Petal-shaped ; petal-like ; petaloid ; petal ine. petalled (pët'äld) a. [Gk. petalon, a petal.] With petals ; petaliferous ...

Google previewA Pocket Botanical Dictionary (1849)

Comprising the Names, History, and Culture of All Plants Known in Britain; with a Full Explanation of Technical Terms by Sir Joseph Paxton, John Lindley

A petal holosericéa. . . Apetal Houstonianá . . Apetal Humboldtiana . Apetal hūmilis . . . . Apetal incănă, 14 . . . Apetal incanéseens . . A petal Jacquinii .

Google previewA Comprehensive medical dictionary (1870)

"J Shaped like a petal ...

Google previewA Pocket Botanical Dictionary, comprising the names, history, and culture of all plants known in Britain, with a full explanation of technical terms. By J. Paxton, assisted by Professor Lindley (1868)

by Sir Joseph Paxton

A petal 13 Mexico . is to QUERCUs, Linn. From the Celtic quer, fine, calycina . . . A petal 5, 20 S. Eur, . Ilex : Sûlyer: serratifolia . Apetal 5, H. Ev. T. QUARTz, a kind of crystal-like stone. QUASSIA ...

Google preview¬The Encyclopaedia Britannica a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Litterature (1876)

A petal often consists of two portions—the lower narrow, resembling the petiole of a leaf, and called the unguis or claw; the upper broader, like the blade of a leaf, and called the lamina or limb. These parts are seen in the petals of the ...

Google previewA Botanical Dictionary (1805)

Or, Elements of Systematic and Philosophical Botany by Colin Milne

a petal or coloured leaf of the flower. Vide C o ro L L a . PETIOLUS, (diminutive c pede, quasi pediolus.—'&y &>• lumella it is used for the fruit-stalk — " Petioli quibus pendent mala"/) — the foot-stalk of the leaves ...

Google previewBotanical Terminology; Or Dictionary Explaining the Terms Most Generally Employed in Systematic Botany (1826)

by G. N. Lloyd

a leaf is said to be cut when the clefts extend to the central rib ; a petal, when the division extends to the base. - Secundus (from sequundus, a sequendo, from following), a term used in expressing spikes and panicles ...

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Publishing a volume of verse is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo. (Don Marquis)
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