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Definition of the noun baphia
What does baphia mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- small genus of shrubs and lianas and trees of Africa and Madagascar
- lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
- synonym of Baphia: genus Baphia
- more generic term: rosid dicot genus = a genus of dicotyledonous plants
- member of: Papilionoideae / subfamily Papilionoideae = alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
- member: African sandalwood / Baphia nitida / camwood = small shrubby African tree with hard wood used as a dyewood yielding a red dye
Phrases with Baphia
Phrases starting with the word Baphia:
- Baphia Boonei
- baphia nitida
- Baphia Micrantha
- Baphia Pyrifolia
- Baphia Ringoetii
- Baphia Bequaertii
- Baphia Barombiensis
- Baphia Haematoxylon
- Baphia Nitida Pubescens
Phrase ending with the word Baphia:
Other phrases containing the word Baphia:
- Species Baphia Boonei
- Species Baphia Micrantha
- Species Baphia Pyrifolia
- Species Baphia Ringoetii
- Species Baphia Bequaertii
- Species Baphia Barombiensis
- Species Baphia Haematoxylon
- Variety Baphia Nitida Pubescens
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by Robert SWEET
BAPHIA is a genus belonging to Leguminosae, and is arranged by M. Decandolle in the suborder or tribe Swartzieae; it is a native of Sierra Leone, and therefore ...
Giving Full Instructions for the Management and Propagation of the Plants Cultivated in the Hot-houses, Greenhouses, Conservatories ... : Alphabetically Arranged by Robert Sweet
BAPHIA is a genus belonging to Leguminosae, and is arranged by M. Decandollein the suborder or tribe Swartzieae; it is a native of Sierra Leone, and therefore requires a warm temperature ; a mixture of rich loam and peat is a proper soil for ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi
Baphia capparidifolia Baker (Baphia pyrifolia (Desv.) Baill.; Baphia pyrifolia Baill.; Delaria pyrifolia Desv.) Guinea, Tanzania, Zambia, Madagascar ...
by Henry Watts
BAPHIA. An investigation of the educts from barwood (Baphia m'tida) was made by the late Dr. Thomas Anderson (Chem. Soc .
Alkaloids; Bitter Principles; Glucosides: Their Sources, Nature, and Chemical Characteristics, with Tabular Summary, Classification of Reactions, and Full Botanical and General Indexes by Charles E. Sohn
Baphia Berberis . . .
Bitter Principles; Glucosides; Their Sources, Nature, and Chemical Characteristics by Charles E. Sohn
Atropa Aurantiacew Avens Azalea, Ericacew: Bacharis Baobab tree Baphia (Bar wood)...
by John Christopher Willis, Herbert Kenneth Airy Shaw
Camwood, Baphia nitida Afzel. Canada balsam, Abies balsamea Mill.; -pitch, Tsuga canadensis Carr. ; -rice, Zizania ...
The gardeners dictionary (1835)
by Philip Miller
Baphia (from baphe, a dye). Class Decandria Monogynia. Nat Ord. Leguminosw. The Characters are — Calyx calyptri- form, ruptured under the keel ; vex ilium spreading, somewhat roundish; wings linear, length of vexillum ; stamens 10, ...
by G. Rehm
VMorton iagê, caapi yagé ayahuasca, caapi Baphia nitida Lodd. camwood, African Sandalwood, barwood bois de cam Barbaren verna (Mill .) ...
by Tatiana Wielgorskaya, Armen Leonovich Takhtadzhi͡an
Aubrevillea, Augouar- dia, Austrodolichos, Austrosteenisia, Baikiaea, Balisaea, Balsamocarpon, Baphia, Baphiastrum, Baphiopsis, Bap- tisia, Batesia, Bathiaea, Baudouinia, Bauhinia, Baukea, Behaimia, Belairia, Bembicidium, Benedictella, ...
by Gabriele Stein
Baphia, pen. cor. Taberna est tinctoria. Lamprid. A die house. Baphice, bāphices, pen. cor. f. g.: Ars tingendi. Th 'arte of diyng, Baphicus, penu. cor. Adiectiuum, Hoc est tinctorius. vt, Coccus baphicus, granum tinctorium. The grayne, wherof ...
A Dictionary in English and Latine ... Recognized by Dr. Evans ... and then by W. Clerk. And now at this last impression enlarged, etc (1634)
YOping; Tinétura, rx, inečtura, rae ves infectio,onis (The dring house, Baphia, dibaphia. - - Twise dped, Bis tinétus, a ,um. Murice bis tinéto, locuples vestitur amitu , The rich man is apparelled in gar= ...
by Henry Watts, Matthew Moncrieff Pattison Muir, Henry Forster Morley
Extraoted by ether from barwood (Baphia nitida).
Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
BAPHIA. One species, P. procumbens, native of North America. y .- ' 'j POLYPRION, from the Greek iro\vs, many, and jrpiwv, a saw, Valenc. In Zoology, a genus of animals belonging to the family Percoides, order Acanthoplerygii, class Pisces.
A Description of Tools, Instruments, Machines, Processes, and Engineering; History of Inventions; General Technological Vocabulary; and Digest of Mechanical Appliances in Science and the Arts by Edward Henry Knight
Baphia nitida S America . . Europe, etc . Europe, etc Europe . Catechu . Chica Coal-tar colors.. Cochineal . Acacia catechu.. Bignonia chica. Opuutta cochin illifera . The bark produces a yellow or red color. Used in dyeing and tanning. Used as ...
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