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Definition of the noun agaricus

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noun - plural: -

  1. type genus of Agaricaceae; gill fungi having brown spores and including several edible species

Phrases with Agaricus

  1. Agaricus Iris
  2. Agaricus Ossa
  3. Agaricus Ozes
  4. Agaricus Rubi
  5. Agaricus Udus
  6. Agaricus Albus
  7. Agaricus Cacao
  8. Agaricus Ceres
  9. Agaricus Durus
  10. Agaricus Favus
  11. Agaricus Hebes
  12. Agaricus Macer
  13. Agaricus Mitis
  14. Agaricus Mucor
  15. Agaricus Niger
  16. Agaricus Ocior
  17. Agaricus Purus
  18. Agaricus Ribis
  19. Agaricus Tenax
  20. Agaricus Tener

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Google previewBiology Lab Manual

by Neena Sinha, R Rangarajan, R P Manchanda, R K Gupta, Rajesh Kumar

Agaricus is a saprophyte. (ii) It is found growing in ground, lawn, wood logs, manure piles in rainy season. (iii) It is small, white, cream coloured umbrella like structure. (iv) A. compestris is the most common form of mushroom which is edible.

Google previewHealing with Medicinal Mushrooms. A practical handbook (2017)

by Walter Ardigò

Agaricus is a powerful germicide.

Google previewA Hand-book on the Diseases of Children and Their Homeopathic Treatment (1895)

by Charles Edmund Fisher

Agaricus is a king among remedies for true cerebral chorea. Phosphoric acid. — Phosphoric acid is a remedy of value in chorea with great weakness and prostration as the characteristic condition. Lilium tigrinum. — Lilium suits uterine and ...

Google previewTransactions of the Albany Institute (1870)

The genus Agaricus is the largest one of the order. More than a thousand species are attributed to it in the "Epicrisis" of Fries. A genus so large is inconvenient and perplexing to the student, especially when, as in this case, all the forms can be ...

Google previewThe Kingdom Fungi (2010)

The Biology of Mushrooms, Molds, and Lichens by Steven L. Stephenson

For example, Agaricus is the genus name and bisporus the specific epithet of the most common cultivated mushroom. The binomial that has been given to a particular species is complete only when it is followed by the authority name, the last ...

Google previewDiseases of Children (1999)

by Charles E. Fisher

Agaricus is a king among remedies for true cerebral chorea. Phosphoric acid. — Phosphoric acid is a remedy of value in chorea with great weakness and prostration as the characteristic condition. Lilium tigrinum. — Lilium suits uterine and ...

Google previewBotany For Degree Students Fungi (2011)

by A K Sinha

Agaricus is a saprophyte and grows in the open fields, grass lands and in soil in cellulose and lignin materials.

Google previewA Dictionary of General Knowledge; or, an Explanation of words and things connected with all the arts and sciences. Illustrated, etc (1831)

by George Crabb

Agaricus is the generic name of all mushrooms. AGATE. A precious stone, first found in Sicily; it is a mineral composed of various substances, ...

Google previewChambers's Journal of Popular Literature, Science and Arts (1854)

There are six genera thus constituted which furnish fungi fit for the table ; but Agaricus is that to which we are most indebted. The distinctive mark of this genus is, that beneath the fleshy cap lie laminated plates called gills, placed at right angles ...

Google previewChambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers. [Continued as] Chambers's Journal of popular literature, science and arts (1854)

by Chambers's journal

There are six genera thus constituted which furnish fungi fit for the table ; but Agaricus is that to which we are most indebted. The distinctive mark of this genus is, that beneath the fleshy cap lie laminated plates called gills, placed at right angles ...

Google previewChambers's Journal (1854)

by William Chambers, Robert Chambers

There are six genera thus constituted which furnish fungi fit for the table; but Agaricus is that to which we are most indebted. The distinctive mark of this genus is, that beneath the fleshy cap lie laminated plates called gills, placed at right angles ...

Google previewThe Outlines of Materia Medica; Regional Symptomatology, and a Clinical Dictionary (1865)

AGARICUS. MUSGARIUS. HAHNEMANN. BUG AGARIC. APPEARS to possess intoxicating qualities, somewhat resembling Opium, and may prove useful in Delirium Tremens. It has been used with some success for Tremors, Convulsions, ...

Google previewThe Outlines of Materia Medica & Clinical Dictionary (1997)

by Henry Buck

AGARICUS. MUSCARIUS,. HAHNEMANN. BUG AGARIC. APPEARS to possess intoxicating qualities, somewhat resembling Opium, and may prove useful in Delirium Tremens. It has been used with some success for Tremors, Convulsions, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Cultivated Plants (2013)

From Acacia to Zinnia by Christopher Cumo

The genus Agaricus obtains nutrients from manure; the genera Lentinula, Pleuratus, Flammuline, Auricularia, Pholiota, Tremella, Agrocybe, and Gonoderma grow on wood; the genera Volvariella, Strepharia, and Lomprinus derive sustenance ...

Google previewCRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences (2001)

by Robert Alan Lewis

2: any mushroom of the family Agaricaceae, especially those of the genus Agaricus. agaricoid. resembling an agaric. Agaricus (agaric; agaricus). a large genus of mushrooms (Family Agaricaceae). some species of which are edtble, others of ...

Google previewA dictionary of practical materia medica

by John Henry Clarke

Agaricus muscarius. Fly Agaric. Bug Agaric. Champignon fou. (Europe, Asia, and America ; in dry places, especially in dry pine woods.) N. 0. Fungi. Trituration of the carefully dried-up cap (pileus) ; or tincture of the fresh fungus. Clinical.

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)

Agaricus cyaneus of Withering. 6. Rotula. Destitute of a wrapper, stem central, gills equal, ending in a ...

Google previewLondon Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)

Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge

AGARicus CAMPESTRIs, or common mushroom, which has the top or cape first of a dirty cream colour, convex, and if but just expanding, the under...

AGARicus ChantARELLUs, or chantarelle agaric, is rather a smaller fungus than the former.

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: Abaca to Buxus (1899)

by Sir George Watt, Edgar Thurston, T. N. Mukharji

confluent with but heterogenous from the cartilaginous stem More than 1,000 species are known and referred to Agaricus, the typical genus of the Order.

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