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Definition of the noun Acerates

What does Acerates mean as a name of something?

Acerates is a genus of Apocynaceae.

Acerates is a kind of Apocynaceae.

Phrases with Acerates

  1. Acerates Feayi
  2. Acerates Bifida
  3. Acerates Rusbyi
  4. Acerates Humilis
  5. Acerates Obovata
  6. Acerates hirtella
  7. Acerates Linearis
  8. Acerates delticola
  9. Acerates floridana
  10. Acerates Incarnata
  11. Acerates auriculata
  12. Acerates Lanceolata
  13. Acerates lanuginosa
  14. Acerates longifolia
  15. Acerates Paniculata
  16. Acerates Monocephala
  17. Acerates viridiflora
  18. Acerates angustifolia
  19. Acerates Atropurpurea
  20. Genus Acerates

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Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants (2016)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi

(Acerates floridana (Lam.) Hitchc.; Acerates floridana Hitchc.; Asclepias decumbens L.; Asclepias decumbens (Nutt.) K. Schum.; Asclepias decumbens K. Schum.; Asclepias floridana Lam.; Asclepias lutea Raf.; Asclepias lutea Mill.; Asclepias tuberosa Hort. ex Kunze, nom. illeg., non Asclepias ...

Google previewAn Introduction to Chemistry, with practical questions ... To which is added a dictionary of terms (1822)

by John Ruggles COTTING

Acerates, salts formed by the union of aceric acid with a base. .Aceric acid, a substance obtained from the juice of the maple, having acid properties. - . Acescent, a term applied to those substances which become sour spontaneously. .Acetates, substances formed by the union of acetic acid. - with salifiable bases. . ..lcetic acid, concentrated vinegar. “lcetous, of, or belonging to vinegar. .Acid, a substance, which, when united with alkalies, earths and metallic oxides, forms salts.

Google previewIconographic Encyclopaedia of Science, Literature, and Art (1860)

by J. G. Heck

Examples : Asclepias, Acerates, Enslenia. Tribe 5. Periplocece. Pollinia granular.

Google previewA Dictionary of Chemistry, Mineralogy, and Geology (1823)

In Accordance with the Present State of Those Sciences by James Mitchell

AcERATEs. In the juice of the acer campestre there is supposed to be a peculiar acid, and also a portion of lime.

Google previewMedical Lexicon (1851)

A Dictionary of Medical Science ... by Robley Dunglison

Weed, long-leaved, groen, Acerates longifolia — m. Weed, smooth, Asclepias Sullivantii — m. Wort, bitter, Polygala amara — m. Wort, common, Polygala — m. Wort, dwarf, Polygala paucifolia — m. Wort, rattlesnake, Polygala. MILKY, Lactic. MILL MOUNTAIN, Linum catharticum. MILLEFEUILLE, Achillea millefolium. MILLEFOLIUM, Achillea millefolium. MILLEMORBIA SCROPHULARIA, Scro- phularia ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Medical Science (1868)

Containing ... Lexicon by Robley Dunglison

Weed, long-leaved, green, Acerates longifolia—m.

Google previewA Dictionary of Chemistry, on the Basis of Mr. Nicholson's (1824)

In which the Principles of the Science are Investigated Anew, and Its Applications to the Phenomena of Nature, Medicine, Mineralogy, Agriculture, and Manufactures, Detailed by Andrew Ure

ACERATES. The acer compestre, or common maple, yields a milky sweetish sap, containing a salt with basis of lime, possessed, according to Scherer, of peculiar properties. It is white, semitransparent, not altered by the air, and soluble in nearly 100 parts of cold, or 50 of boiling water.” * ACERIC ACID. See Acid ( AceRic).” * ACESCENT. Said of substances which become sour spontaneously, as vegetable and animal juice- or infusions. The suddenness with which this change is ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Chemistry on the Basis of Mr Nicholson's ... with an Introductory Dissertation (1821)

by Andrew Ure

” * AcERATEs. The acer compestre, or common maple ...

Google previewMiller's dictionary of gardening, botany, and agriculture; revised (1834)

by Philip Miller

A tuberous-rooted perennial, one foot high, found in dry chalky pastures in the South-east of England ; root tubers egg-oblong ; leaves mostly near the root ; flowers, in June, yellowish green, in a long spike; lip longer than the seed organ, ACERATES, Elliot. A genus formed for the species Asclepias longifolia. ACERATIUM, De Candolle. Treflower. Dodecandria Monogynia, Linnaeus ; Eleocarpetv, De Candolle. Calyx five-leaved ; petals five, with the top fringed as if torn ; the claw broad ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1860)

by Joseph Emerson Worcester

A plant of the genera Aaclepiaa; or Acerates, abounding in a milky juice. Gray. MlLK'-WHlTE, a. White so milk. Sidney.

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