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Alhagi

Definition of the noun Alhagi

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Alhagi is a genus of Fabaceae.

Alhagi is a genus of Fabaceae.

Alhagi is a genus of Leguminosae.

Phrases with Alhagi

Phrases starting with the word Alhagi:

  1. Alhagi Alhagi
  2. Alhagi maurorum
  3. Alhagi Persarum
  4. Alhagi Turcorum
  5. Alhagi camelorum
  6. Alhagi Canescens
  7. Alhagi Graecorum
  8. Alhagi Mannifera
  9. Alhagi Brevispina
  10. Alhagi Nepalensis

Phrases ending with the word Alhagi:

  1. genus Alhagi
  2. Tychius Alhagi
  3. Diplodia Alhagi
  4. Septoria Alhagi
  5. Uromyces Alhagi
  6. Ascochyta Alhagi
  7. Diplodina Alhagi
  8. Hedysarum Alhagi
  9. Phomopsis Alhagi
  10. Guignardia Alhagi

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Alhagi

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Google previewThe Book of Commerce by Sea and Land (1837)

Exhibiting Its Connection with Agriculture, the Arts, and Manufactures. To which are Added a History of Commerce, and a Chronological Table ...

The alhagi is a tree which grows in Persia. A juice transudes from its leaves in the form of drops of various sizes, which the sun hardens. The manna most frequently used is that which is brought from Calabria. The best sort of manna comes ...

Google previewElements of Chemistry (1791)

by Jean-Antoine-Claude Chaptal (comte de Chanteloup)

The alhagi is a kind of broom, which grows in- Persia. A juice transudes from its leaves, in the form of drops of various sizes, which the heat of the fun indurates. An interesting ac- count of this tree may be seen in Tournefort's Travels.

Google previewThe Book of Commerce by Sea and Land ... To which are Added a History of Commerce, and a Chronological Table ... Illustrated by a Map and Numerous Engravings (1834)

The alhagi is a tree which grows in Persia. A juice transudes from its leaves in the form of drops of various sizes, which the sun hardens. The manna most frequently used is that which is brought from Calabria. The best sort of manna comes ...

Google previewThe Hothouse and Greenhouse Manual, Or Botanical Cultivator (1839)

Giving Full Instructions for the Management and Propagation of the Plants Cultivated in the Hot-houses, Greenhouses, Conservatories ... : Alphabetically Arranged by Robert Sweet

ALHAGI is the Manna plant, and belongs to the Hedysareae tribe of Papilionaceae : it succeeds best in a dry sandy soil; and the best way of increasing it is from seeds. ALISMA is a genus of water plants belonging to the Alismaceae ; the ...

Google previewTranshumant Grazing Systems in Temperate Asia (2003)

by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

In the warmer areas of Mediterranean climate, including Farah and the Northern Plain, the leguminous sub-shrub Alhagi is a widespread colonizer on disturbed land and provides useful browse for small stock and camels; around Balkh it is ...

Google previewAn Encyclopædia of Plants ... Edited by J. C. Loudon, Etc (1836)

by John Claudius Loudon

Alhagi is a thorny shrub, with lanceolate leaves, and coriaceous, subcylindric, and scarcely jointed pods. It is on this plant that Manna Trungebeen is found in, Mesopotamia (Russ. Alepp.) and other eastern countries. It is chiefly gathered ...

Google previewAn Encyclopaedia of Plants (1829)

by John Claudius Loudon

Alhagi is a thorny shrub, with lanceolate leaves, and coriaceous, subcylindric, and scarcely jointed It is on this plant that Manna Trungebeen is found in Mesopotamia (Russ. Alepp.) and other eastern countries. It is chiefly gathered about ...

Google previewAn Encyclopædia of Plants (1829)

Comprising the Description, Specific Character, Culture, History, Application in the Arts, and Every Other Desirable Particular Respecting All the Plants Indigenous, Cultivated In, Or Introduced to Britain, Combining All the Advantages of a Linnean and Jussieuean Species Plantarum, an Historia Plantarum, a Grammar of Botany, and a Dictionary of Botany and Vegetable Culture. The Whole in English; with the Synonymes of the Commoner Plants in the Different European and Other Languages ... by John Claudius Loudon

Alhagi is a thorny shrub, with lanceolate leaves, and coriaceous, subcylindric, and scarcely jointed Pods. It is on this plant that Manna Trungebeen is found in Mesopotamia (Russ. Alepp.) and other eastern ountries. It is chiefly gathered ...

Google previewAn Encyclopædia of Plants; Comprising ... Every ... Particular Respecting All the Plants Indigenous, Cultivated In, Or Introduced to Britain. ... Edited by J. C. Loudon ... the Drawings by J. D. C. Sowerby ... the Engravings by R. Branston. (First Additional Supplement ... Comprising ... All the Plants Originated In, Or Introduced Into, Britain, Between ... 1829, and ... 1840 ... Prepared by W. H. Baxter ... and Revised by G. Don.). (1829)

Alhagi is a thorny shrub, with lanceolate leaves, and coriaceous, subcylindric, and scarcely jointed pods. It is on this plant that Manna Trungebeen is found in, Mesopotamia (Russ, Alepp.) and other eastern countries. It is chiefly gathered ...

Google previewAmerican Revisions and Additions to the Encyclopaedia Britannica (1891)

by William Harrison De Puy

ALHAGI is an Arabic name for a genus of trees from which manna exudes. ALIIAURIN-EL-GRANDE(n7-ou-rwn-c7-Granc7«), is a Spanish town in Andalusia , near Malaga. It is noted for its beautiful parks, its numerous fountains and the ruins of ...

Google previewPhytochemical Dictionary of the Leguminosae (1994)

by Frank Bisby

Alhagi. Adans. Papilionoideae. -. Galegeae. Spiny, much-branched perennial herbs or small shrubs. Three species of dry areas, ranging from the eastern Mediterranean to Central Asia and the Himalayas. Deep-rooted xerophytes which ...

Google previewMultilingual Dictionary of Agronomic Plants (2012)

by G. Rehm

Alhagi maurorum Medik. > 116 Alhagi pseudalhagi (М.В.) Desv. A. camelorum Fisch.; A. таитгит Medik. camelthom, Persian manna plant Kameldorn Alibcrtia edulis (L.C.Rich.) L.C.Rich ex DC. A. utilis L.C.Rich puruí- pequeno goyave ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India (1891)

by Sir George Watt

The Manna known to Muhammadan writers as Taranjabin is obtained from Alhagi maurorum. Mir Muhammad Husain says of this, that is collected in Khorasan, Mawarunnahr, Kurjistan, and Hamadan, and that the plants are cut off, then ...

Google previewThe Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 4 (2010)

Revised Full-Color Edition by Merrill C. Tenney

Some believe that the manna was a gumresin, which exuded from trees such as Alhagi maurorum (called the prickly alhagi and sometimes the Sinai manna). Two other trees that are found in Palestine and could produce similar globules of ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature (1857)

Mag - Mih

Another kind of manna, which has been supposed to be that of Scripture, is yielded by a thorny plant, very common from the north of India to Syria, and which by the Arabs is called al-hqj ; whence botanists have constructed the name Alhagi.

Google previewDr. William Smith's Dictionary of the Bible (1877)

Comprising Its Antiquities, Biography, Geography and Natural History by Sir William Smith

Naked rocks, or white chalky rounded hills, with bare open valleys, succeed, wholly destitute of copse, and sprinkled with sterile-looking shrubs of Salsolas, Capparidete, Zygophyllum, rues, Fagonia, Polygonum, Zizyphus, tamarisks, alhagi, ...

Google previewPharmaceutical lexicon (1873)

ALHAGI MAURORUM. ( Hedysarum Alhagi.) A thorny shrub, which produces a sort of manna, and grows in the deserts ...

Google previewA dictionary of new medical terms, a suppl. to 'An illustrated dictionary of medicine, biology and allied sciences'. (1905)

by George Milbry Gould

Liquid, alhagi manna. M. longa, flake manna. M., Magafir. See Af., Schukr-al- askar. M. metallororum, calomel. M., Schukr-al-askar, M., Sukkar-al-uscher, a mannalike substance exuding from Calotropis procera, K. Br., and used in asthma.

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia britannica (1857)

or, Dictionary of arts, sciences and general literature by Thomas Stewart Traill

Another kind of manna, which has been supposed to be that of Scripture, is yielded by a thorny plant, very common from the north of India to Syria, and which by the Arabs is called al-haj ; whence botanists have constructed the name Alhagi.

Google previewConcept S Dictionary Of Agricultural Sciences (1992)

by I. C. Gupta, S. K. Gupta

Camel thorn Alhagi pseudalhagi (Bieb) Desv. (A. maurorum Baker; Alhagi camelorum Fisch). A thorny perennial shrub of the desert belonging to the family Papilionaceae. Used as camel fodder. It is a weed also in cultivated crops. Cam lifters ...

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