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Definition of the noun Acorus Adulterinus
What does Acorus Adulterinus mean as a name of something?
Acorus adulterinus is a species of Iris.
- synonym: species Acorus adulterinus
- kingdom: Plantae
- phylum: Tracheophyta
- class: Liliopsida
- order: Asparagales
- family: Iridaceae
- genus: Iris
- species: Iris pseudacorus
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
Acorus adulterinus, or vulgaris, in the Materia Medica, the name of the root of the iris lutea palustris, or common yellow water flag flower. Acorus, in the Materia Medica, a name sometimes given to the great galangal. See Kemp- ferria. Acorus ...
by Encyclopaedia Perthensis
Acorus adulterinus, or vulgaris, in the Materia Medica, the name of the root of the iris tutca palustris, or common yellow water sing flower. Acorus, in the Materia Medica, a name sometimes given to the great galangal. See Kemp. PERRIA.
Acorus adulterinus, or vwlgaiws, in the Mateiia Medica, the name of the root of the iris hitea palnstris, or' common yellow water flag flower. Acorus, in the Materia Medica, a name sometime given to the great galangal. See Kkmpferria.
A new medical dictionary; or, general repository of physic ... The fourth edition: revised and corrected, with considerable additions, by George Wallis, M.D. (1795)
by George MOTHERBY, George WALLIS (M.D.)
PALU st R is, also called acorus adulterinus, gladiolus lutaeus, pseudo acorus, pseudo iris, butomus, butomon, Y EL Low FLow ER DE LUCE, YELLOW W ATER -FLAG, sED GE s, &c. IRIs PsEUD Aco R Us, or IRIS PALU STRIs, foliis ...
Including Under Distinct Heads of Every Branch of Medicine, Viz. Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology, the Practice of Physic and Surgery, Therapeutics, and Materia Medica; with Whatever Relates to Medicine in Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, and Natural History by Bartholomew Parr
Acorus ADULTERINUs. See IRIs PALUstris. Acorus Así ATICUs. See CALAM Us ARom ATI cus' As IAT. ACOS, (axsouzi, sano). A REMEDY. - ACO'SMIA. IRREGULARITY, or disturbed state of things, particularly of the critical days of fevers, ...
by Robert HOOPER (M.D.), Klein Grant
The systematic name of the yellow water-flag: called also, Iris palustris; Gladiolus lutcur; Acorus adulterinus, and Acorns vulgaris. This indigenous plant, Iris — imberbis ...
by Abraham Rees
Acorus Adulterinus, in the Materia Medica, the name of the root of the IRIs lutea palustris, or common yellow water-flag-flower. ACOSTA, GABRIEL, in Biography, a canon and professor of theology at Goimbra, who died in 1616, and whose ...
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