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Definition of the noun Amyridaceae
What does Amyridaceae mean as a name of something?
Amyridaceae is a family of Sapindales.
- synonym: family Amyridaceae
- kingdom: Plantae
- phylum: Tracheophyta
- class: Magnoliopsida
- order: Sapindales
- family: Rutaceae
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Amyridaceae
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by Tatiana Wielgorskaya, Armen Leonovich Takhtadzhi͡an
Amyridaceae R. Br. = Rutaceae Juss. ANACARDIACEAE Lindl.
Chambers's Encyclopaedia (1888)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People, with Maps and Numerous Wood Engravings
a genus of small trees or bushes of the natural order Amyridaceae (q. v.), having small reen axillary flowers, small dry oval fruits, and small pinnated eaves with 3 or 5 leaflets. Some of them are spiny: ...
by Richard Dennis Hoblyn
AMYRIDACEAE. An order of Dicotyledonous plants, abounding in fragrant resin. Trees or shrubs, with leaves compound, with pellucid dots; corolla polypetalous; stamens hypogynous; ovary superior; fruit sub-drupaceous, samaroid, ...
The Cottage Gardeners Dictionary; describing the plants, fruits & vegetables desirable for the garden, etc (1857)
by George William Johnson
Amyrids [Amyridaceae]. Linn., 23-Polygamia 2.Dimcia.) Stove trees; cuttings under a glass, with hottom-heat; loam and peat. Summer temp.
A Comprehensive Reference Book
a genus o Boswellia balsamic plants belonging to the myrrh family (Amyridaceae), several species of which furnish the frankincense of commerce, more generally known as olibanum.
Authoritative, Practical, Complete : an American Library Embracing Science, Sociology, Philosophy, History, Fine Arts, Languages, Religion, Law, Literature, Useful Arts, and the Many Thousands of Subjects Into which They Branch by Charles Annandale, Francis Thomas Furey, Walter Hart Blumenthal
a genus o Boswelha' balsamic plants belonging to the myrrh family ( Amyridaceae), several species of which furnish the frankincense of commerce, more generally known as olibanum. Indian olibanum is got from Bonwellia ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1854)
Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature by Thomas Stewart Traill
—AMYRIDACEAE, the Myrrh order.
The Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1896)
A New, Original and Exhaustive Work of Reference to All English Words, Their Origin, Development, Orthography, Pronunciation, Meaning and Legitimate Or Customary Use ... by Robert Hunter
The Amyridaceae have a panicled inflorescence, hypegynous stamens, double the petals in number, a one-celled ovary, ...
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 (1868)
by Sir Joseph Paxton
Or, Amyridaceae. A tall-growing ornamental tree, thriving in peat .
Embracing All the Terms Used in Art, Science and Literature by John Craig (F.G.S. of Glasgow.)
Thomas, in the Gulf of Guinea: Order, Amyridaceae ...
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Scrabble value of A1M3Y4R1I1D2A1C3E1A1E1
The value of this 11-letter word is 19 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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