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Definition of the noun acris
What does acris mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- cricket frogs
Phrases with Acris
- acris gryllus
- Aster Acris
- Empis Acris
- genus acris
- Vitis Acris
- Aceria Acris
- Amomis Acris
- Cissus Acris
- Cubeba Acris
- Myrcia Acris
- Myrtus Acris
- Tingis Acris
- Daradax acris
- Eugenia Acris
- pimenta acris
- Ramaria Acris
- Brassica Acris
- Cayratia Acris
- Clavaria Acris
- Erigeron acris
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Outlines of Botany (1835)
Including a General History of the Vegetable Kingdom, in which Plants are Arranged According to the System of Natural Affinities by Gilbert Thomas Burnett
acris is the wild clove of Jamaica; its leaves, flowers, and fruit, are all highly aromatic, and are frequently used ...
Part 1 Plants and Microorganisms by Frans E. Wielgolaski
Normally Ranunculus acris is a bad forage plant, but the species was grazed at a medium rate (50%) in the dry meadow, and at an even higher rate in the wet meadow. The regeneration of the two species must be good, either from old roots or ...
by Marc D. Hauser
Cricket Frogs The genus Acris is a monophyletic group consisting of two species, crepitans and gryllus. Though it is a member of the family Hylidae, the phylogenetic relationship between the cricket frog and other hylids is unclear. Several ...
by William Curtis, John Sims
The MYRCIA acris is a native of Jamaica, and, probably, ...
Bush Pharmacy by Cheryll Williams
acris is the Bay- berry tree of the United States, its unripe fruits being used in the preparation of the bay rum of the United States Pharmacopoeia, employed in the preparation of hair-wash and for other purposes. The rose-apples, useful for ...
by Richard Alan Miller, Iona Miller
The source forMyrcia acris is the West Indies, for Lauris nobilis, the Pacific coast of the United States. HISTORY. Sweet bay was used to crown Greek poets, heroes, and victors, particularly in the ancient Olympic ...
Roadside Plants and Flowers (1985)
A Traveler's Guide to the Midwest and Great Lakes Area : with a Few Familiar Off-road Wildflowers by Marian S. Edsall
The epithet acris refers to its acrid taste. Some of the more than twenty other common species of Buttercups are more or less poisonous, and all give milk an unpalatable flavor. The shiny petals of the 1-inch flowers appear to be varnished and ...
Volume 1: North America by M.M. Grandtner
Myrcia acris ( Sw.) DC. Myrcia pimentoides DC. Myrtus acris O.Berg Myrtus acris Sw. Myrtus P 640.
Medical Lexicon. A New Dictionary of Medical Science, containing a concise account of the various subjects and terms, ... and formulae for ... preparations etc. Third edition (1865)
acris. Rsnuscuws Puuas'cnss. Grows in ditches and marshes in South Africa. The expressed juice is used by the Cape Colonists in cancerous ulcers. Ranuncunus Rnrzss, Creeping Grow/oat. Rssuscows Ruruuvs, B. acris.
by John Henry Clarke
Ranunculus acris. Buttercup. Goldcup. Crowfoot. N. O. Ranunculaceae. Tincture of whole plant. (Slinical.—Erysipelas. Fever. Gangrene. Lumbago. Neuralgia. Rheumatism. Ulcers. Characteristioa.——Ranunculus acris is distinguished from R.
by John Henry Clarke
Ranunculus acris. Buttercup. Goldcup. Crowfoot. N. O. Ranun- culaceae. Tincture of whole plant. Clinical. — Erysipelas. Fever. Gangrene. Lumbago. Neuralgia. Rheumatism. Ulcers. Characteristics. — Ranunculus acris is distinguished from ...
are: Ranunculus acris type (including a large number of Ranunculus species, several Anemone species (e.g., Anemone nemorosa), and Pulsatilla species), Ranunculus acris group (R. acris, R. bulbosus, ...
6000 Scientific Terms Explored and Explained by Michael Allaby
acorales Acris crepitans (northern cricket frog) A diurnal, grey or pale brown frog with a lumpy skin, dark bands on the legs, and a triangular mark on the head, 20–40 mm long, that is a terrestrial member of the tree frog family (Hylidae).
Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Anatomy, Botany, Chemistry, Materia Medica, Midwifery, Mineralogy, Pharmacy, Physiology, Practice of Physic, Surgery, and the Various Branches of Natural Philosophy Connected with Medicine ... by Robert Hooper
acris. Acute hearing - |CLAss v. GENETICA-biseases of the sexual - Function .
Containing the Best and Newest Methods of Cultivating and Improving the Kitchen, Fruit and Flower Garden ...
Medical Lexicon (1865)
A Dictionary of Medical Science ... by Robley Dunglison
acris. RANUNcrLrs Puber'cf.nr. Grows in ditchos and marshes in South Africa. The expressed juice ia used by the Cape Colonists in cancerous ulcers. Ranunculus Repens. Creeping Crmc/oot. Ranunculus Rufulus, R. acris.
Containing a Concise Explanation of the Various Subjects and Terms of Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Hygiene, Therapeutics ... by Robley Dunglison
Nculus Acris, R. praten'sis seu Steven'ii seu rufulus seu sylvat'icus seu Sie'ulus, Upright Meadow or Tall Crowfoot, ...
Lexicon Medicum (1860)
Medical Dictionary by Robert Hooper
acris. Acute hearing. 2. P. obtusa. Hardness of hearing. 3. P. perversa. Perverse hearing. 4. P. duplicata. Double hearing. 5. P. illusoria. Imaginary sounds. 6. P. surditas. Deafness. . Paxos Mis. Morbid smell. . P. acris. Acute smell . 2.
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