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Definition of the noun Carnosa

What does Carnosa mean as a name of something?

Carnosa is an order of Desmospongiae, described by Carter in 1875.

Phrases with Carnosa

  1. hoya carnosa
  2. Inga Carnosa
  3. Nama Carnosa
  4. Alona Carnosa
  5. Arida carnosa
  6. Drona Carnosa
  7. Layia carnosa
  8. Linga Carnosa
  9. Orbea Carnosa
  10. order Carnosa
  11. Pilea Carnosa
  12. Poria Carnosa
  13. Sulla Carnosa
  14. Uredo Carnosa
  15. Vitis Carnosa
  16. Anotis Carnosa
  17. Cissus Carnosa
  18. Cleome Carnosa
  19. Cordia Carnosa
  20. Crella Carnosa

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Carnosa

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Google previewThe House Plant Expert (1991)

by D. G. Hessayon

Hoya carnosa is the basic species. Several varieties are available, including variegata (cream-edged leaves), exotica...

Google previewThe Complete Book of Pruning (2001)

by Duncan Coombs, Peter Blackburne-Maze, Martyn Cracknell, Roger Bentley

carnosa is a vigorous twining climber which, although sometimes grown as a pot ...

Google previewPlant Culture (2009)

by George Oliver

HOYA CARNOSA is the most popular of the genus. It has large umbels of flesh- colored flowers. It is a popular house plant with many. There is a beautifully variegated form. For cuttings take good sized pieces, pot and plunge in brisk bottom ...

Google previewEndangered Flora of California (2015)

by Mark Rogers

External links Layia carnosa Layia carnosa is a species of flowering plant. Erysimum. teretifolium. Erysimum teretifolium is a species of wallflower known by the common names Santa Cruz wallflower and Ben Lomond ...

Google previewHerbal Medicine of the American Southwest (2006)

A Guide to the Medicinal and Edible Plants of the Southwestern United States by Charles W. Kane

carnosa is a highly variable species with many varieties exhibiting leaf and flower differences. This small shrub is less than 3 feet high. The leaves are spatula shaped, linear, or obovate. They are covered with a fine layer of appressed hairs ...

Google previewAnnals of Botany (1902)

by Isaac Bayley Balfour, Roland Thaxter, Vernon Herbert Blackman

The venation is the same in all three; and if we can believe that Lecanapteris carnosa is a state of P. sirzuorum, Wall., there will be no difiiculty in referring Blume's L. pumila to L. carnosa.' It is with the anatomy, biology, and systematic position ...

Google previewThe American Flower Garden Directory (1834)

Containing Practical Directions for the Culture of Plants, in the Hot-house, Garden-house, Flower Garden and Rooms and Parlours, for Every Month in the Year ... Instructions for Erecting a Hot-house, Green-house, and Laying Out a Flower Garden, Also ... Lists of Annuals, Biennials, and Ornamental Shrubs ... by Robert Buist

carnosa is the finest flowering species of the genus, and ...

Google previewThe gardener's every day book (1856)

by George Glenny

Hoy a carnosa is an exception to the rule of losing old wood. The bloom of this year is on the seat of the flowers of last year, and consequently, the more of these old stumps we can retain, the more bunches of flowers we secure, for they are all ...

Google previewThe Horticultural Register (1832)

by Joseph Harrison, Sir Joseph Paxton

The Hoya carnosa is a native of China, and perhaps also of the neighbouring parts of Asia. It was first introduced to this country from China, into the Royal Gardens at Kew, in 1802. The Honourable Mrs. Barrington possessed it about the same ...

Google previewThe Floricultural Cabinet and Florists' Magazine (1839)

Hoya carnosa is an old plant, but pretty, and free to cultivate in a pot or border; it resembles an Asclepias (it is commonly called the Wax Plant). It flowers in June and July; a native of China. Kennedya rubicunda is a rapid grower, and will not ...

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

carnosa is a fine flowering climber, and easily managed, growing freely in aloamy soil or a mixture of loam and peat, requiring very little ...

Google previewThe Botanical Cultivator; Or, Instructions for the Management and Propagation of the Plants Cultivated in the Hothouses, Greenhouses, and Borders, in the Gardens of Great Britain (1821)

by Robert SWEET

carnosa is a fine flowering climber, and easily managed, growing vfreely in a loamy ...

Google previewVick's Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1887)

The Hoya carnosa is a very patient and long suffering plant, and if trained on a trellis, that it may have the benefit of the sunshine instead of being pinioned to the wall in some shadowy corner, will pay well for this attention with its sweet velvety ...

Google previewBritish Bee Journal & Bee-keepers Adviser (1888)

Hot/a carnosa is a tender exotic and requires the protection of a warm greenhouse in thia country. It is a pity it is not hardy, for Ave ...

Google previewThe Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette (1846)

Oxalis carnosa is a dwarf, tuberous, half shrub";. perennial, of considerable interest, requiring a dry " pit, or cool greenhouse, with protection from so to preserve it in winter, producing a profusion of bright yellow flowers from May until October.

Google previewDictionary of Medical Vocabulary in English, 1375–1550 (2016)

Body Parts, Sicknesses, Instruments, and Medicinal Preparations by Juhani Norri

hernia carnosa. [ML hernia carnosa (see quot.). ] ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants (2012)

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

Salvia carnosa Douglas ex Greene; Salvia carnosa subsp. typica Epling, nom. inval.; Salvia carnosa var. typica...

carnosa (Douglas ex Greene) Abrams; Salvia dorrii (Kellogg) Abrams subsp. dorrii var. incana (Benth.) ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India (2014)

by George Watt

carnosa is spoken of as “ used as a domestic application to boils.

carnosa with V. setosa ; the latter species alone is the very acid plant used medicinally that has by some writers (ag ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: pt. 1. Pachyrhizus to Rye. pt. 2. Sabadilla to Silica. pt. 3. Silk to Tea. pt. 4. Tectona to Zygophillum (1893)

by Sir George Watt

carnosa with V. setosa ; the latter species alone is the very acid plant used medicinally that has by some writers (e.g , Ainslie) been spoken of as Cissus acida, Linn. Roxburgh assigns no ...

Google previewLexicon medicum, Græcolatinum ... Ex Hippocrate et Galeno desumptum (1664)

Vel,v_t alij , leyma: carnosa e_st ex—. crescentiamunc in Glande, nunc in Przeputiomunc in; ipsa ...

Google previewLexicon Nosologicum Polyglotton Omnium Morborum Symptomatum Vitiorumque Naturae Et Affectionum Propria Nomina Decem Diversis Linguis Explicata Continens (1801)

by Philipp Andreas Nemnich

Hernia carnosa. Hernia carnosa omentalis. Sa r cite s. Sa r c o c e l e.

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)

Species 1, is the Asclepias carnosa, and species 2, the Asclepias volubilis, of Willdenow. “Hoya carnosa,” says Mr Brown, “probably includes several species, which can only be determined from living specimens: it is also to be considercd as ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia ... (1830)

by Sir David Brewster

Carnosa. Tropical parts of Asia, and in TV" New Holland. Shrub.

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Palms (2017)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (2 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi

Bacca subglobosa sive ellipsoidea, carnosa aut corticata, monosperma. Semen subglobosum, putamine tenui crustaceo inclusum. Albumen durum, aequabile, ventre cavo profundo materie colorata repleto instructum. Embryon ab hilo basilari ...

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

by George Milbry Gould

carnosa. See Diarrhoea carnosa. D. castrensis. See Diarrhea, Camp. D., Catarrhal, a seropurulent form in which the swollen follicles of the large intestine are surrounded by a red area, the submucosa is thickened, and the spaces between ...

Google previewUltimate Visual Dictionary (2011)

by DK

attaching receptacle ' seaweed to mussel Conceptacle RED SEAWEED Ostiole Dilsea carnosa (opening to conceptacle) MALE AND FEMALE RECEPTACLES Paraphysis Ostiole (sterile hair) (opening to ...

Google previewInterior Landscape Dictionary (1992)

by Joelle Steele

Carnosa [kar-no-sahl Fleshy, succulent Caryota ...

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Scrabble value of C3A1R1N1O1S1A1

The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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