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Definition of the noun Alcyonium

What does Alcyonium mean as a name of something?

Alcyonium is a genus of Tethyidae.

Alcyonium is a genus of Alcyoniidae, described by Linnaeus in 1758.

Alcyonium is a genus of Plantae, described by W. Hisinger in 1823.

Alcyonium is a genus of Styelidae, described by Pallas in 1766.

Alcyonium is a genus of Styelidae, described by Pallas in 1766.

Phrases with Alcyonium

  1. Alcyonium Alta
  2. Alcyonium Altum
  3. Alcyonium Bursa
  4. Alcyonium Faura
  5. Alcyonium Fauri
  6. Alcyonium Ficus
  7. Alcyonium Laeve
  8. Alcyonium Laxum
  9. Alcyonium Manus
  10. Alcyonium Molle
  11. Alcyonium rudyi
  12. Alcyonium Acaule
  13. Alcyonium Fulvum
  14. Alcyonium Jorgei
  15. Alcyonium Luteum
  16. Alcyonium Monodi
  17. Alcyonium Repens
  18. Alcyonium Roseum
  19. Alcyonium Rubrum
  20. genus Alcyonium

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Google previewHistory of birds (1812)

by Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon, William Wood

+ The Alcyonium is a marine body . . . approaches the round or convex figure above . . . its surface tuberous . . . completely invested with very thick spines . . . of an earthy colour, but free from filth, of a wax colour . . . the heart much softer ...

Google previewThe literary panorama (1809)

by C. taylor

The alcyonium is an animal which assumes a vegetable form, and which is either of a fleshy, gelatinous, spongy, or leatherv substance, having an outward skin full of cells, with openings possessed by oviparous tentaculated hydra : the wboU: ...

Google previewThe New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and literature (1810)

The alcyonium is an animal which assumes a vegetable form, and which is either of a fleshy, gelatinous, spongy, or leathery substance, having an outward skin full of cells, with openings possessed by oviparous tentaculated hydra; the whole ...

Google previewA descriptive catalogue of the minerals and fossil organic remains of Scarborough and the vicinity [by F. Kendall]. (1816)

by Frederick Kendall

The alcyonium is a zoophyte, growing in the form of a plant, and is composed of a fleshy, gelatinous, spongy, or leather-like substance, having an outward skin full of cells, with angular openings like little mouths, which send forth polype ...

Google previewThe New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, Arts, Sciences, and Literature, for the Year ... (1810)

The alcyonium is an animal which assumes a vegetable form, and which is either of a fleshy, gelatinous, spongy, or leathery substance, having an outward skin full _ of cells, with openings possessed by oviparous tentaculated hydra; the ...

Google previewA Descriptive Catalogue of the Minerals and Fossil Organic Remains of Scarborough and the Vicinity (1816)

Including the Line of Coast from Hornsea to Mulgrave, and Extending Into the Interior as Far as Malton by Francis Kendall

The alcyonium is a zoophyte, growing in the form of a plant, and is composed of a fleshy, gelatinous, spongy, or leather-like substance, having an outward skin full of cells, with angular openings like little mouths, which send forth polype ...

Google previewA Descriptive Catalogue of the minerals and fossil organic remains of Scarborough and the vicinity, including the line of coast from Hornsea to Mulgrave, and extending into the interior as far as Malton (1816)

by Frederick Kendall

The alcyonium is a zoophyte, growing in the form of a plant, and is composed of a fleshy, gelatinous, spongy, or leather-like substance, having an outward skin full of cells, with angular openings like little mouths, which send. forth polype ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, or, Universal dictionary of arts, sciences, and literature (1810)

by John Wilkes (of Milland House, Sussex)

Alcyonium cydonium. This grows in an erect cylindrical form, terminating almost in a point at the top, and covered with innumerable stellate cells, from whence are projected the feelers or tentacula of the animal, when seeking its food. Its colour ...

Google previewDictionary of Natural Products (1993)

by John Buckingham

of Alcyonium coralloides. Oil. [aft0 -33.2° (c, 0.3 in cyclohexane). Guierriero, A. et al, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis (1810)

by John Wilkes

Alcyonium cydonium. This grows in an erect cylindrical form, terntinating almost in a point at the top, and covered with innumerable stellate cells, from whence are projected the feelers or tentacula of the animal, when seeking its soodsi Its ...

Google previewChambers's encyclopaedia (1896)

A dictionary of universal knowledge

ALCYONIUM ALDEHYDE the surface like miniature sea-anemones, about the size of a snail's horns ( tig. 1 ). Each polyp consists of Fig. 1. A stock of Alcyonium, showing individual polyps. (After Johnston.) a contractile tube, with a crown ...

Google previewUniversal Technological Dictionary (1833)

by George Crabb

ALCYONIUM (Con.) a genus of animals, Class Vermes, Order byta. Generic C araders. Animal in the form of a plant.—Stem fixed, fleshy, gelatinous, spongy, or coriaceous. Soecies. The princifins ecles are the -—Alcyonium digitatum, ...

Google previewThe London encyclopaedia (1829)

or Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, comprising a popular view of the present state of knowledge

ficus, obovated, pulpous and livid ; the sea-fig of Ellis, and sea-lungs of Ray, the alcyonium tuberosum of J. Bauhin, found in the Mediterranean and English seas, very rarely among fossils, of an olive colour, and within granulose. 11.

Google previewCollier's New Encyclopedia (1921)

A Loose-leaf and Self-revising Reference Work ; with Illustrations and Ninety-six Maps

ALCYONIUM ...

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Scrabble value of A1L1C3Y4O1N1I1U1M3

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