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Phrases with Amarella

Phrases starting with the word Amarella:

  1. Amarella acuta
  2. Amarella plebeja
  3. Amarella Tortuosa
  4. Amarella Auriculata
  5. Amarella Microcalyx
  6. Amarella scopulorum
  7. Amarella strictiflora

Phrases ending with the word Amarella:

  1. Cepora Amarella
  2. Melete Amarella
  3. Prunus Amarella
  4. Monnina Amarella
  5. Gentiana amarella
  6. gentianella amarella
  7. Psathyrella Amarella
  8. Pteromonnina Amarella
  9. Valerianella amarella
  10. Species Cepora Amarella
  11. Species Melete Amarella

Other phrases containing the word Amarella:

  1. species Amarella acuta
  2. species Amarella plebeja

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Amarella

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Google previewMinnesota's Endangered Flora and Fauna (1988)

by Barbara Coffin, Lee Pfannmuller

OFFICIAL STATUS: Special Concern Gentianella amarella is a distinctive annual occurring throughout northern temperate and arctic regions of Europe, Asia, and North America. Gillett considers there to be five subspecies in North America. The most widespread is subspecies acuta, which is the only subspecies to occur in Minnesota. The distribution of all published subspecies are included in the accompanying range map. G. amarella was first collected in Minnesota at an unknown ...

Google previewCoffee (2012)

Volume 1: Chemistry by R. J. Clarke

amarella is a yellow fruiting variety, againnot widely encountered. Rothfos 4mentions alarge number of other varieties/cultivarsof C.arabica amongst which are the following: Caturra, abourbon variety, previously popular especiallyin Brazil for itshigh yield; Mundo Novo, ahybrid between the bourbon and sumatra varieties, with good yield and disease resistance; Catuai, often encountered in South and Central America, known for its rapidand high yield; Kent, said to have ...

Google previewWine Grape Varieties (1999)

by George Kerridge, A. J. Antcliff

It is not uncommon as odd vines in plantings of other varieties and this seems to have led to confusion with Malbec: some intended plantings of Malbec have been actually made with Tinta Amarella. Tinta Amarella is a vigorous variety with a spreading habit of growth. It has medium, rough and undulating, 3- to 5-lobed leaves with usually a distinct overlap at the petiolar sinus. The leaves are clear green in colour with sometimes a yellow tinge, hairless above with fairly thick tufted hairs ...

Google previewMedical Dictionary (1813)

Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Surgery, Medicine, Midwifery, Anatomy, Chemistry, &c. &c. &c by John James Watt

bonus ambrosirdes anthelminticum vulvaria Bete vulgaris cicla Salsola kali sativa soda Ulmus campsetris Gentiana lutea Gentiana asclepidea cautaurium purpurea cenciata amarella Fryugium campestre Sanicula Erupo. B {}...

Google previewA Dictionary of Common Wildflowers of Texas & the Southern Great Plains (2005)

by Joel Ellis Holloway, Amanda Neill

Valerianella amarella Corn Salad SCIENTIFIC NAME: Valerianella, little valeriana, from the genus Valeriana and the Latin diminutive, -ella + amaros, Latin for bitter; the leaves have a bitter taste. COMMON NAME: Corn Salad, commonly found in grain fields and used in salads. Verbascum blattaria Moth Mullein SCIENTIFIC NAME: Verbascum, Latin name for this plant, used by Pliny + blattaria, Latin for associated with moths; the flowers attract moths. COMMON NAME: Moth, same as ...

Google previewA Medical Dictionary: containing an explanation of the terms in surgery , medicine, etc. Second edition (1813)

by John James Watt

Rummex Crispus - sanguineus patientia acutus hydrolapathum auetatus Alpinus Acetosa Colchicum autumnale illyricum ~ Gentiana asclepidea cautaurium purp_urea cenclata amarella Eryugium campeatre ' Sanicula. BO.

Google previewChambers's Encyclopaedia (1865)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People ...

amarella, plants of a few inches in height, with small flowers, both of which are in use as tonics, although only in domestic medicine.

Google previewThe Farmer's Encyclopædia, and Dictionary of Rural Affairs (1844)

Embracing All the Most Recent Discoveries in Agricultural Chemistry by Cuthbert William Johnson

amarella), the field gentian (G. campestris), and some of the foreign species are tonic, stomachic, and febrifuge. That which is principally used in medicine is the root of the ...

Google previewThe Farmer's and Planter's Encyclopaedia of Rural Affairs (1869)

Embracing All the Most Recent Discoveries in Agricultural Chemistry, Suited to the Comprehension of Unscientific Readers by Cuthbert William Johnson, Gouverneur Emerson

amarella), the field gentian (G. campestris), and some of the foreign species are tonic, stomachic, and febrifuge. That which is principally used in medicine is the root of the ...

Google previewThe Physical Dictionary ... The Sixth Edition: with the Addition of Many Thousand Terms of Art, and Their Explanation ... Also a Catalogue of the Characters Us'd in Physick, Etc (1715)

by Steven BLANCKAERT

Amarella, Milkwort. 3 Amatorius, or the ogling Muf: cles feated in either Eye, according to Bartholine and Bidloo. Amaurofis, a dimness of Sight, whether theObjeết be plac'd near or at a diftance ; but fo, ...

Google previewThe Physical Dictionary, Wherein the Terms of Anatomy, the Names and Causes of Diseases, Chirurgical Instruments, and Their Use, are Accurately Described ... The Seventh Edition, Etc (1726)

by Steven BLANCKAERT

Amarella, Milkwort. Amatorius, or the Ogling Muf: cles feated in either Eye, according to Bartholine and Bidloo. Amaurofis, a dimness of Sight whether the Objećt be plac'd near or at a distance; but so, that no external Fault appear in the Eye, if you inspectitever fonarrowly: The Defećt consistsin the Obstrućtion of the Optick Nerve, call'd alio Gutta ferena. Amaufum, or Smalt; capable of an easy Fusion ; the Amausa are of various Colours, according to the Variety of Matter of which they ...

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

by Philip Miller

AMARELLA (from amarus, " bitter"). The Gentiana Amarella. [a. c] AMARIA, Sebastiani. Sebastiani's Shrub. Monadelphia Decandria, Linnaeus; Leguminosa, Jussieu. Calyx cylindrical, rounded at the base, permanent, five-cleft ; lobes line- like, cohering at the tip ; petals five, equal, inversely- egg-oblong, spreading from the base to the tip ; stamens awl-shaped, erect ; seed-organ oblong, having a short stalk ; style thread-shaped, crowned by a headed stigma ; pod very long, one-celled, ...

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Scrabble value of A1M3A1R1E1L1L1A1

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