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Definition of the noun Cactales

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Cactales is an order of Dicotyledoneae.

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Google previewA Dictionary of Genetics (2013)

by Robert C. King, Pamela Mulligan, William Stansfield

order Cactales (cactuses) order Scrophulariales ( Antirrhinum, ...

Google previewAn Illustrated Dictionary of Scientific Terms (1879)

by William Rossiter

=Cacti: Indian figs: succulent shrubs, often prickly, with angular stems and fleshy leaves, if any ; very short-lived flowers and succulent fruit; belonging to Cactales. Cactales, (kak-U'lez), [Cactus, q.v.) A primary division of Epigynons ...

Google previewThe Modern World Dictionary of the English Language ... (1906)

To which is Added a Compendium of Historical, Biographical, Geographical, Scientific, Religious, and Sociological Names, and a Complete Summary of Human Achievement in the Nineteenth & Twentieth Centuries ...

Cactales, (4) Grossaes, (5) Cinchonales, (6) Umbellales, and (7) Asarales ...

Google previewA dictionary of science, literature and art, ed. by W.T. Brande assisted by J. Cauvin. ed. by W.T. Brande and G.W. Cox.3 vols (1865)

by William Thomas Brande

Cactales. — Flowers dichlamydeous, polypetal- ous ; placentae parietal ; embryo with little or no albumen. Ex. Caclacar, or Indian Figs. Grossales. — Flowers dichlamydeous, poly- petalous ; seeds numerous, minute ; embryo small, lying in a ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art (1875)

Comprising the Definitions and Derivations of the Scientific Terms in General Use, Together with the History and Descriptions of the Scientific Principles of Nearly Every Branch of Human Knowledge by William Thomas Brande, George William Cox

Cactales.—Flowers dichlamydeou £ ous; placentae parietal; embryo with little or no albumen. Ex. Cactaceae, or Indian Figs. Grossales.—Flowers dichlamydeous, polypetalous; seeds numerous, minute; embryo small, lying in a large quantity ...

Google previewA new universal etymological technological, and pronouncing dictionary of the English language (1848)

by John Craig (F.G.S.)

Cactales, kak'tayls, «. One of Lindley's natnral alliances, including Homaliacea:, Loasacea:, and Cactaccae, consisting of epigynous Exogens, with dichlamydeous, polypetalous flowers, parietal placenta; , and an ...

Google previewA New Universal, Technological, Etymological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1854)

by John Craig

CACTALES, kak'tayls, >. One of Lindley's natural alliances, including Homaliacese, Loasaceao, and Cactaceas, consisting of cpigynous Exogens, with dichUunydeous, polypetalous flowers, parietal placentas, and an embryo with little or no ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1847)

Embracing All the Terms Used in Art, Science and Literature by John Craig (F.G.S. of Glasgow.)

CACTALEs, kak'tayls, s. One of Lindley's natural alliances, including Homaliaceae, Loasaceae, and Cactaceae, consisting of epigynous Exogens, with dichlamydeous, polypetalous flowers, parietal placentae, and an embryo with little or no ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological, Technological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language, Embracing All the Terms Used in Science, Literature and Art (1858)

by John CRAIG (F.G.S.)

CACTALEs, kak'tayls, s. One of Lindley's natural alliances, including Homaliaceae, Loasaceae, and Cactaceae, consisting of epigynous Exogens, with dichlamydeous, polypetalous flowers, parietal placentae, and ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Americana (1905)

A universal reference library comprising the arts and sciences ... commerce, etc., of the world by George Edwin Rines, Frederick Converse Beach

Cactales ( cactuses), Celastrales (buckthorns, bittersweets, sandalwoods, mistletoes, hollies , grapes ...

Google previewPaxton's Botanical Dictionary (1868)

Comprising the Names, History, and Culture of All Plants Known in Britain; with a Full Explanation of Technical Terms. New Ed. Including All the New Plants Up to the Present Year by Sir Joseph Paxton

Cactales. See Cactácea. CACTUS, Linn. A name used by Thcophrastus to describe a spiny plant. Linn. 12, Or. 1, Nat. Or. Cactácea. This genus is commonly called the melon thistle. The species are very interesting in appearance, and variable ...

Google previewA 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

CACTALEs. See Cactaceae. CACTUs, Linn. A name used by Theophrastus to describe a spiny plant. Linn. 12, Or. 1, Nat. Or. Cactaceae. This genus is commonly called the melon thistle. The species are very interesting in appearance, and ...

Google previewThe American Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1900)

by Robert Hunter

family, an order of plants, alliance Cactales.-DIAG. Se- father Maimun-Caddah, was a zealous propagator of the ...

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Scrabble value of C3A1C3T1A1L1E1S1

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