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Definition of the noun Allantodia
What does Allantodia mean as a name of something?
Allantodia is a genus of Woodsiaceae, described by Wallich ex J. Smith in 1841.
- synonym: genus Allantodia
- kingdom: Plantae
- phylum: Tracheophyta
- class: Polypodiopsida
- order: Polypodiales
- family: Woodsiaceae
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Allantodia is a genus of Woodsiaceae.
Allantodia is a genus of Athyriaceae.
Allantodia is a genus of Woodsiaceae.
Phrases with Allantodia
- Allantodia Alata
- Allantodia Bella
- Allantodia Ovata
- Allantodia Petri
- Allantodia Aemula
- Allantodia Aspera
- Allantodia maxima
- Allantodia Scabra
- Allantodia Tenera
- Allantodia Wangii
- Allantodia Crenata
- Allantodia Deflexa
- Allantodia Pinnata
- Allantodia Procera
- Allantodia Prolixa
- Allantodia Similis
- Allantodia Umbrosa
- Allantodia Costalis
- Allantodia Crinipes
- genus Allantodia
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The Botanical Cultivator; Or, Instructions for the Management and Propagation of the Plants Cultivated in the Hothouses, Greenhouses, and Borders, in the Gardens of Great Britain (1821)
by Robert SWEET
ALLANTODIA is a genus of the Ferns, which thrives well in a mixture of loam and peat, and is increased by dividing at the root, or by seed. Anon is a curious and beautiful genus of succulent plants, which require but little water: sandy loam, ...
by Robert SWEET
ALLANTODIA is a genus of the Ferns, which thrives well in a mixture of loam and peat, and is increased by dividing at the root, or by seed. ALOE is a curious and beautiful genus of succulent plants, which require but little water in winter; sandy ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
Allantodia. R. Br. Dryopteridaceae. (Aspleniaceae,. Woodsiaceae). Origins: Greek allantoeides "sausage-shaped," alias, allantos "sausage" and eidos, oides "resemblance"; see Robert Brown (1773-1858), Prodromus florae Novae Hollandiae ...
A Practical and Scientific Encyclopædia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanist by George Nicholson
ALLANTODIA. Like the strong- growing Aspleniums, the Allantodia requires a substantial yet light soil, in which ...
A Practical and Scientific Encyclopedia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanists by George Nicholson
ALLANTODIA. Like the strong-growing Asple- niums, tho Allantodia requires a substantial yet light soil, in which its fleshy roots...
The Allantodia is also averse to strong light, and to preserve the bright greon colour peculiar to its fronds it is ...
The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)
Allantodia, (intermediate.) (Brown, Prodr. Nov. Holl. 149.) . Groups of capsules oblong, oblique, with respect to the rib; involucrum arched, originating laterally from a vein to which it is attached by both margins, and opening on the inner side .
A Pocket Botanical Dictionary, comprising the names, history, and culture of all plants known in Britain, with a full explanation of technical terms. By J. Paxton, assisted by Professor Lindley (1849)
by Sir Joseph Paxton, John Lindley
Allantodia specмыт, Asplenium .spectabile. 2. Allantodia incisa, ._ásplenium incision. 3.
by Sir David Brewster
Allantodia, (intermediate) (Brown, Prodr. Now. - Holl, 149.) Groups of capsules oblong, oblique, with respect to the rib ; involucrum arched, originating laterally from a vein to which it is attached by margins, and opening on the inner side.
by George William Johnson
ALLANTODIA. Five species. Greenhouse herbaceous plants. Division. Loamy peat. ALLEYS are of two kinds. 1. The narrow walks which 6 A GA ...
The Gardeners' Dictionary (1886)
Enumerating the Plants, Fruits, and Vegetables Desirable for the Garden and Explaining the Terms and Operations Employed in Their Cultivations by George W. Johnson
Polypodium axillare, Allantodia axillaris. P. umbrosum, A.vmbrosa. P. nlix-foa- mina and fontanum, Asplenium. P grande, Platycerium bifoime. P. areo. latum, aureum, and decumanum, Phle- bodivm. P. glabellura, P lycopodioidet, P. glaucum, ...
by John William Griffith, Arthur Henfrey, Thomas Rupert Jones
Allantodia. Sori dorsal, linear-oblong, attached to the primary veins ; indusium of the same shape, and entirely enclosing them, bursting in an irregular line down to the centre. Aetiniopteris. Sori linear elongate, sub- marginal ; indusium of the ...
by John Lindley, Thomas Moore
The principal genera, separated from Asplenium by modern pteridoiogists, are Diplaziu'm, Aileyn'um, Il'hamnopz'eris, Hemidictyu'm, Allantodia, Ceterach, and Callipteris. [T. M.] ASSAGAY-TREE. Curtisia faginea. ASSARACUS. A subdivision ...
by George Nicholson
Allantodia anstrale = Alplenium . umbrcsum. Allium includes, according to Bentham and Hooker, Nectaroscerdum, Ophioscorodon, Porrum, and Schoenoprasum. A. [raga-ans = Nothosoordnm fraans. 8' Allo'brogia — Paradilia. Allochlamys '1 ...
Comprising the Names, History, and Culture of All Plants Known in Britain; with a Full Explanation of Technical Terms. New Ed. Including All the New Plants Up to the Present Year by Sir Joseph Paxton
Allantodia, Bol. Reg. The cylindrical iii- dusia resembles a kind of pudding called a sausage, hence the derivation of the name, from allantas, a sausage. Linn. 24, Or. 1, Nat. Or. Polypodidccce. Ornamental species of ferns ; for culture, 4c, ...
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