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Definition of the noun Ceanothus

What does Ceanothus mean as a name of something?

Ceanothus is a genus of Rhamnaceae.

Ceanothus is a kind of Rhamnaceae incertae sedis.

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"Ceanothus" is a book by David Fross.

Phrases with Ceanothus

Phrases starting with the word Ceanothus:

  1. Ceanothus Cyam
  2. Ceanothus Hybr
  3. Ceanothus Ferox
  4. Ceanothus Bakeri
  5. Ceanothus Glaber
  6. Ceanothus Ovalis
  7. Ceanothus ovatus
  8. Ceanothus parryi
  9. Ceanothus Regius
  10. Ceanothus Roseus

Phrases ending with the word Ceanothus:

  1. Otay Ceanothus
  2. Dwarf Ceanothus
  3. genus Ceanothus
  4. Hairy Ceanothus
  5. Bigpod Ceanothus
  6. Carmel Ceanothus
  7. Coyote Ceanothus
  8. Desert Ceanothus
  9. Inland Ceanothus
  10. Island Ceanothus

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Ceanothus

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Google previewWoody Plants of Utah (2012)

A Field Guide with Identification Keys to Native and Naturalized Trees, Shrubs, Cacti, and Vines by Renee Van Buren, Janet G. Cooper, Leila M. Shultz, Kimball T. Harper

Ceanothus greggii var. franklinii S. L. Welsh, Franklin's ceanothus Description: Franklin's ceanothus is a small shrub, up to 5 dm tall. The plants are intricately branched. The flowers are usually blue and bloom in April–May. The fruit is a 3lobed ...

Google previewMiramar Landfill General Development Plan/ Fiesta Island Replacement Project/ Northern Sludge Processing Facility/ West Miramar Landfill Phase II: Overburden Disposal, Naval Air Station Miramar, San Diego (1994)

Environmental Impact Statement

Ceanothus verrucosus - wart-stemmed ceanothus USFWS: Candidate (Category 2) CDFG: None CNPS: List 2, 1-2-1 Wart-stemmed ceanothus is an erect, stiff- branched, rounded, evergreen shrub, 1.0-3.0 m tall, that occurs on dry hills and ...

Google previewUnion Oil Project/Exxon Project Shamrock and Central Santa Maria Basin Area Study (1985)

Environmental Impact Statement

(Nipomo Mesa Ceanothus) Nipomo Mesa Ceanothus is an evergreen shrub in the Buckthorn family (Rhamnaceae) that may...

AND FRESHWATER BIOLOGY Nipomo Mesa Ceanothus is a federal -116-117-llB-119— TECHNICAL APPENDIX F.

Google previewNorth Sonoma County Agricultural Reuse Project (2007)

Environmental Impact Statement

Holly-leaved ceanothus is a CNPS List 1B species. It is an evergreen shrub that occurs in chaparral and cismontane woodland habitats typically in rocky soils. It blooms from February through June, and occurs at elevations from 390 to 3,000 ...

Google previewSiskiyou National Forest (N.F.)/Siuslaw National Forest (N.F.)/Umpqua National Forest (N.F.), Herbicide Use for Vegetation Management (OR,CA) (1974)

Environmental Impact Statement

Deerbrush ceanothus is a deciduous browse species very widespread ...

Google previewKlamath Falls Resource Area Resource(s) Management Plan (RMP) (1994)

Environmental Impact Statement

Ceanothus is a significant competitor with conifers as are manzanita and other brush species. Meadows or ponderosa pine stands may form late seral communities on flatter slopes because of local variation in frost severity or soil and drainage ...

Google previewBoise National Forest (N.F.), Cascade Planning Unit Land Use Plan (1975)

Environmental Impact Statement

Sparse stands of ponderosa pine with pinegrass and ceanothus is the most common plant association. Ground cover density is generally ...

Google previewAmerican River Service Area Water Contracting Program, Sacramento County (1997)

Environmental Impact Statement

Pine Hill ceanothus, Ceanothus roderickii Federal status: Endangered Pine Hill ceanothus is a prostrate evergreen shrub in the buckthorn family, (Rhamnaceae) which generally grows to 9.80 feet in diameter. Its smooth gray-brown branches ...

Google previewYosemite, Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks (2008)

by Danny Palmerlee, Beth Kohn

Ceanothus is a broad category of eight or more shrubs that provide a primary food source for mule deer and other animals. Deer favor the succulent young twigs while birds and rodents feast on the plants' seeds. Thriving between 1500ft and ...

Google previewIdaho Panhandle National Forests, Creaky Hart Timber Sales (1994)

Environmental Impact Statement

Ceanothus is a particularly vigorous native shrub competitor following broadcast burning or disturbance on hot, south-facing slopes; The probable occurrence of unwanted competing vegetation can often be identified as occurring in specific ...

Google previewThe Chinchaga Firestorm (2015)

When the Moon and Sun Turned Blue by Cordy Tymstra

Ceanothus is a small to medium shrub commonly referred to as snowbrush. It is an important food source for elk and deer. Fire consumes the litter and upper organic (duff) layer and prepares a seed bed for the heat-resistant Ceanothus seeds.

Google previewWillamette National Forest (N.F.), Robinson-Scott Landscape Management Project, Lane County, Linn County (1997)

Environmental Impact Statement

Ceanothus is the main species that can be expected to compete with young seedlings in regeneration units. Retention of overwood ...

Google previewUmpqua National Forest (N.F.), Paw Timber Sale (1996)

Environmental Impact Statement

Ceanothus is a potential invader on all units in this proposed sale, especially units with prescribed burning .

Google previewThe Woody Plant Seed Manual (2008)

by F. T. Bonner

Deerbrush ceanothus is rated as one of the most important summer browse species in California for deer and cattle (Sampson and Jesperson 1963), and redstem ceanothus is a key winter browse plant for deer (Odocoileu spp.) and elk ...

Google previewFlowering Plants (1982)

Basswoods to Spurges by Robert H. Mohlenbrock

Ceanothus is a genus of about fifty species native to North America. Many species occur in the Pacific regions of the United States. Several species are grown as ornamentals. 53. Berchemia scandens (Supple-jack). a. Leafy branch, with ...

Google previewAn Illustrated Manual of California Shrubs (1964)

by Howard McMinn

San Diego Ceanothus is a species local in the interior mountains of San Diego County. The known localities are: The Philbrook Ranch near Lakeside, el. about 1500 feet, McMinn; ...

Google previewPlant Systematics (2010)

by Michael G. Simpson

For example, Ceanothus (a genus) consists of two subgenera, subgenus Ceanothus and subgenus Cerastes; subgenus Ceanothus is the one that includes the type for the genus itself. For infraspecific taxa, autonyms are identical to the ...

Google previewSoil survey (1993)

by United States. Bureau of Soils, United States. Bureau of Plant Industry, United States. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering, United States. Soil Conservation Service, United States. Natural Resources Conservation Service

Whitethorn ceanothus is an important component in areas of this site that are at the northern end of Copco Road. At elevations of more than 5,600 feet on Chase Mountain, this site supports a plant community adapted to drier conditions.

Google previewThe American Florist (1922)

Ceanothus is an American genus with three species ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants (2016)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi

Watson; Ceanothus pubescens (Torr. & A. Gray ex S. Watson) Rydb . ex Small) North America. Perennial shrub See Medical Repository, ser. 2, 5: 360 . 1808, A Flora of North America: containing...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Border Plants (1999)

by Hanneke Van Dijk

Ceanothus x delianus 'Gloire de Versailles' is the most common. The plant grows up to 1m (3ft), flowering profusely from July until October with large clusters of deep-blue flowers. 'Topaze' is a strong cultivar with pale-blue flowers. Ceanothus ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

Greene English: feltleaf ceanothus C. confusus J. Howell English: Rincon Ridge ceanothus C. cordulatus Kellogg English: mountain whitethorn C. crassifolius Torrey English: hoaryleaf ceanothus C.

Google previewDirr's Encyclopedia of Trees and Shrubs (2016)

by Michael A. Dirr

Catalpa fargesii Ceanothus americanus Ceanothus delileanus 'Henri Desfosse' Ceanothus americanus, New Jersey tea Quebec to Manitoba, south to South beautiful blue-flowered forms. Habit Carolina and Texas. is variable; some grow as ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Pratical Materia Medica (1900)

by John Henry Clarke

Ceanothus Americanus. New Jersey Tea, or Red-root. N. O. Rhamnaceae. Tincture of fresh leaves. Glinical.—-Diarrhoea. Heart, disordered. Intermittent fever. aundice. Leucorrhaaa. Leucocylhamia. Menses, suppressed. Side, pain in. pleen, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Names of Plants (1884)

Applied in England and Among English-speaking People to Cultivated and Wild Plants, Trees, and Shrubs by William Miller

Ceanothus americanus ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1810)

CEANOTHUS, s. [Karao; of Theophrastus.] New JERSEY TEA; in botany; a genus of the class pentandria, order monogynia, natural order dumose. The generic chara&ters are—Calyx : perianthum one-leafed, turbinate; border five-parted, ...

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

by Joel Ellis Holloway, Amanda Neill

Ceanothus herbaceus Redroot SCIENTIFIC NAME: Coeanothus + herbaceus, Latin for like a herb, not woody. SCIENTIFIC NAME: Catalpa, for the Catawba Indians of South Carolina, the area of the type specimen + bignonioides, to look like a ...

Google previewThe Botanist's and Gardener's New Dictionary (1763)

Containing the Names, Classes, Orders, Generic Characters, and Specific Distinctions of the Several Plants Cultivated in England, According to ... Linnaeus ... In which is Also Comprised, a Gardener's Calendar ... and to which is Prefixed, an Introduction to the Linnaean System of Botany ... by James Wheeler

CEANOTHUS, New Jersey Thea. Charađers.

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