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Amyris

Definition of the noun Amyris

What does Amyris mean as a name of something?

Amyris is a genus of Rutaceae.

Amyris is a genus of Notocirridae, described by Marcus & Marcus in 1968.

Amyris is a kind of Amyridoideae, described by P.Browne in 1756.

Phrases with Amyris

Phrases starting with the word Amyris:

  1. Amyris Nana
  2. Amyris Cataf
  3. Amyris Ignea
  4. Amyris Kafal
  5. Amyris Kataf
  6. Amyris Rekoi
  7. Amyris Armata
  8. Amyris Carana
  9. Amyris Cymosa
  10. Amyris Dioica
  11. Amyris Lunani
  12. Amyris Lurida
  13. Amyris Oleosa
  14. Amyris Rugosa
  15. Amyris texana
  16. Amyris Abeggii
  17. Amyris Anisata
  18. Amyris Barbata

Phrases ending with the word Amyris:

  1. genus Amyris
  2. Guarea Amyris

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Amyris

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Google previewThe Pharmacist (1874)

Amyris is a crystallisable resin.—/Oruggisi and Chemist. WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. BY OSCAR OLDBERG.

Google previewVibrational Healing (2000)

Revealing the Essence of Nature Through Aromatherapy's Use of Essential Oils by Deborah Eidson

Amyris is a useful oil for dreamers, philosophers, musicians, and artists who draw upon creative Source energy. Use this oil to stimulate astral travel and ...

Google preview30-day Revitalization Plan (2005)

A Total Rejuvenation for Body & Mind by Miriam E. Atkins

Botanical name: Amyris balsamifem Amyris is an evergreen tree growing to about 60 feet with clusters of white flowers and edible bluish black fruit. Scent: Smoky sweet Effects on the mind and emotions: calms, promotes a peaceful state of ...

Google previewTHE AMERICAN CYCLOPAEDIA A POPULAR DICTIONARY OF GENERAL KNOWLEDGE. (1873)

The amyris is a low tree or shrub, growing in several parts of Abyssinia and Syria. It has spreading, crooked branches, small bright green leaves growing in threes, and small white flowers on separate footstalks. The petals are four in number, ...

Google previewThe American Cyclopaedia (1881)

A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana

The amyris is a low tree or shrub, growing in several parts of Abyssinia and Syria. It has spreading, crooked branches, small bright green leaves growing in threes, and small white flowers on separate footstalks. The petals are four in number, ...

Google previewTHE AMERICAN CYCLOPEDIA A POPULAS DICTIONARY OF GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (1873)

The amyris is a low tree or shrub, growing in several parts of Abyssinia and Syria. It has spreading, crooked branches, small bright green leaves growing in threes, and small white flowers on separate footstalks. The petals are four in number, ...

Google previewThe American Cyclopædia (1881)

A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana

The amyris is a low tree or shrub, growing in several parts of Abyssinia and Syria. It has spreading, crooked branches, small bright green leaves growing in threes, and small white flowers on separate footstalks. The petals are four in number, ...

Google previewThe New American Cyclopædia (1869)

A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana

The amyris is a low tree or Bhrub, growing in several parts of Abyssinia and Syria . It has spreading, crooked branches, 6mall bright green leaves, growing in threes, small white flowers, on separate footstidks. The petals are 4 in number, and ...

Google previewThe Aromatherapy Encyclopedia (2009)

A Concise Guide to Over 385 Plant Oils: Easyread Super Large 20pt Edition by Carol Schiller

AMYRIS. Botanical Name: Amyris balsamifera, Schimmelia oleifera Family: Rutaceae The essential oil is obtained from the wood chips. History. and. Information. • Amyris is an evergreen tree native to the West Indies and Central America.

Google previewMedical Lexicon. A New Dictionary of Medical Science, containing a concise account of the various subjects and terms, ... and formulae for ... preparations etc. Third edition (1865)

see Amyris opobulsamum—b. Album. see Myroxylon Peruiferum— b. Alpini, Dracocephalum Canariensc—b. Alpini, see Amy~ ris opohalsamum—b. Anodynum. Linimentum upoan et opii—b. Apoplecticum, Balsam of life of ...

Google previewPharmaceutical Lexicon: a dictionary of pharmaceutical science, etc (1873)

by H. V. SWERINGEN

AMYRIS CARANNA. A tree growing in Mexico and South America which produces a blackish-gray resinous substance called caranna or gum caranna, which has a ...

Google previewMansfeld's Encyclopedia of Agricultural and Horticultural Crops (2001)

(Except Ornamentals) by Peter Hanelt, Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research

Amyris P. Br, Civ. nat. hist. Jamaica (1756) 208. Type: Amyris balsamifera L. Amyris ...

Google previewLexicon Medicum, Or, Medical Dictionary (1848)

Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Anatomy, Human and Comparative, Botany, Chemistry, Forensic Medicine, Materia Medica, Obstetrics, Pharmacy, Physiology, Practice of Physic, Surgery, Toxicology, and the Different Branches of Natural Sciences Connected with Medicine, Together with a Variety of Information on All These Subjects by Robert Hooper

See Amyris. BALsAMUM BRAziliense. See Copaifera offcinalis. BALsAMUM CANADENse. samea. BALsAMUM CARPATHICUM. The essential oil distilled very carefully from the fresh cones of the trees which yield the common turpentine .

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Essential Oils (2013)

The Complete Guide to the Use of Aromatic Oils In Aromatherapy, Herbalism, Health, and Well Being by Julia Lawless

Amyris balsamifera FAMILY Rutaceae SYNONYMS Schimmelia oleifera, West Indian sandalwood, West Indian rosewood. GENERAL DESCRIPTION A small bushy tree with compound leaves and white flowers which grows wild in thickets all ...

Google previewThe gardeners dictionary (1835)

by Philip Miller

Amyris punctata (dotted-leavcd Amyris). Leaflets about 20 pain; obliquely-oblong, crenulate, full of glandular dots. — A shrub with small white flowers, the disk fleshy, bearing the petals and stamens. A native of the East Indies. Introduced 1818.

Google previewLexicon Medicum: or, Medical Dictionary ... Fourth edition (1839)

by Robert HOOPER (M.D.), Klein Grant

See Amyris. Balmmum braziliense. See Copaifin-a Qflicinulls. Balsamum canadertse.

Google previewDictionary of Flavors (2008)

by Dolf De Rovira

Amyris (West Indian sandalwood) Amyris balsamifera L 6004 (Not Food Approved) Wheat Germ or Triticum vulgare (Vill.), Triticum sativum (Lam.) —. 694 Weisenberg Effect — Wheat (Triticum spp.) glycerate esters of wood rosin (ester gum is ...

Google previewLexicon Pharmaceuticum (1828)

Or a Pharmaceutical Dictionary, Comprehending the Pharmacopoeias of London, Edinburgh, and Dublin, with a Variety of Other Useful Information Relative to Medicine and Pharmacy ... by Thomas Castle

See Amyris Gileadensis. AMYRIS ELEMIFERA.L. D. The Elemi Tree is a species of Balsam Tree, belonging to the class Oc- tan dria, order Monogynia; growing plentifully in Carolina, and Spanish America. In dry weather incisions are made in ...

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