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Definition of the adjective cauline
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- (of plants) producing a well-developed stem above ground
- especially of leaves; growing on a stem especially on the upper part of a stem
Alternative definition of the adjective cauline
- Growing immediately on a caulis; of or pertaining to a caulis.
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Manual of Botany for the Northern States, Comprising Generic Descriptions of All Phenogamous and Cryptogamous Plants to the North of Virginia Hitherto Described. ... Each Genus Illustrated by Short Descriptions of Its Most Common Species. By the Members of the Botanical Class in William's College (Mass.). From a Manuscript System by the Author of Richard's Botanical Dictionary [i.e. A. Eaton]. (1817)
radical leaves oblong petioled, cauline leaves lanceolate sessile, stem erect roughhaired at the base, petals twice as long as the calyx. Q. w.-tuberosa, stem simple, leaves obtuse lanceolate toothed, lower leaves ...
Comprising the Specific Character, Description, Culture, History, Application in the Arts, and Every Other Desirable Particular Respecting All the Plants Indigenous To, Cultivated In, Or Introduced Into Britain. New Impression, Ed. by Mrs. Loudon, Assisted by George Don and David Wooster by John Claudius Loudon
Radical leaves stalked obovate or lyrate, Cauline amplexicaul pinnatitid, Lobes linear entire 8970 Leaves obl. lane. pinnatifid or serrated, Root fibrous, Petals larger than calyx, Silicules ellipsoid 8971 Leaves obovate cuneate toothed at ...
Dictionary of phrase and fable. [A dictionary of English literature] by W.D. Adams, with additions (1885)
by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
Cauline, Sir (2 syl.).
The Universal Gardener and Botanist: Or, A General Dictionary of Gardening and Botany ... The Second Edition. Carefully Revised ... and Very Much Enlarged, Etc (1797)
by Thomas MAWE (and ABERCROMBIE (John) Horticulturist.)
Allium with compound balbs, and plane cauline leaves. 2. A. Li U M Scorodoprasim. The Rocarnbosc.] Allium with plane, indented, cauline leaves, two-edged vagina, and stalk terminated by a head of bulbs. The above two are officinal plants.
by Thomas MAWE (and ABERCROMBIE (John) Horticulturist.), John ABERCROMBIE (Horticulturist.)
Allium with compound bulbs, and plane cauline leaves. *ALLIUM Scorodoprafum . The Rocambole.] Allium with plane, indented, cauline leaves, two edged vagina, and ftalk terminated by a head of bulbs. The above two are officinal plants.
The gardeners dictionary (1835)
by Philip Miller
Cauline leaves cordate, stem clasping, rough, with three parted down ; pedicles shorter than calyx ; stigma somewhat emarginale. — A native throughout the south of Europe in cornfields and gravelly places ; growing from four to nine inches in ...
Containing the Best and Newest Methods of Cultivating and Improving the Kitchen, Fruit and Flower Garden ... by Philip Miller
Scape cauline solitary, frond pinnate solitary. 3. Osmunda virginica. Lin. spec.
A Practical and Scientific Encyclopedia of Horticulture for Gardeners and Botanists by George Nicholson
, highly glabrous; radical ones long-petiolate, reniform, crenate lobed; cauline ones two, ...
Epidendrum crispatum, or crisped epidendrum : leaves cauline, round, filiform, subincurved, empty, sessile; raceme quite simple; lip of the nećtary with the middle segment revolute, waved, crenate. 112. Epidendrum equitans, or equitant ...
by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
Encyclopaedia Londinensis (1810)
by John Wilkes
Amomum medium : spike Cauline, branched; fruit oblong, streaked. Native of China, in the provincie of Yun-nan. The seeds are used in agues, for culinary purposes,siand to increase the strength of odours. 8. Amomum globosirm: spike ...
Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Anatomy, Botany, Chemistry, Materia Medica, Midwifery, Mineralogy, Pharmacy, Physiology, Practice of Physic, Surgery, and the Various Branches of Natural Philosophy Connected with Medicine ... by Robert Hooper
Cauline, or stem-leaf. The Paleriana phu has its radical leaves undivided, and the cauline leaves pinnate. 4. Ramial, or branch-leaf, which are only described when they differ from those of the stem. The Sison ammi has its radical leaves, linear ...
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Cardamine hirsuta leaf8 cauline
Introduced, cool-season, annual, slender, sparsely hairy herb, to 25 cm tall. Lower leaves are pinnate, with 3-7 ovate to circular and sparsely hairy leaflets. Flowerheads are racemes of tiny (about 4 mm long) flowers that have 4 white petals and 4 yellow stamens. Fruits are erect, slender siliquas to 25 mm long. Flowering is from late winter to early summer. A native of Europe, it is a minor weed of moist and often disturbed situations, such as gardens, roadsides, cultivation and pastures. Although palatable to stock, it of little importance for grazing as it produces very little bulk. It is tolerant of grazing; mostly occurring where pastures are closely grazed.
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Scrabble value of C3A1U1L1I1N1E1
The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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