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Definition of the noun Jatropa
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Jatropa is a genus of Euphorbiaceae, described by J.A.Scopoli in 1777.
- synonym: genus Jatropa
- kingdom: Plantae
- phylum: Tracheophyta
- class: Magnoliopsida
- order: Malpighiales
- family: Euphorbiaceae
- genus: Jatropha
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Pronouncing Medical Lexicon (1871)
The Correct Pronunciation and Definition of Terms Used in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences ; with Addenda by Charles Harley Cleaveland
Jatropa Curcas, Indian Nut, — Charcoal. Jatropa Manihot, Cassada, — Charcoal. Juniperis Sarina Oleum, Savin, Oil of, ...
JATROPA Cuacns, Indian Nut,—Charooa1. JATROPA MANIHOT, Cassada,— Charcoal. JuNIrEaIs SABINA OLEUM, Savin, Oil 1y”,— JUNiraaIs VIRGINIANA_OLEUH, Red Cedar, ...
Flora's Dictionary (1833)
by Elizabeth Washington Wirt
Jatropa Belladonna has, also, a one-leafed perianth, fiveparted, gibbous; divisions acute, permanent; corolla one-petalled, bell-shaped, of a dirty violet colour, longer than the calyx; anthers white, large; berry depressed, furrowed, when ripe, of a shining black colour, sweet, juicy; stem herbaceous, about three feet high; leaves ovate, entire, two together, of unequal size, petiolated, smooth, of a dull green. The plant is to be avoided, being a strong narcotic poison. In some instances ...
The American Farmer's Encyclopedia ... By Gouverneur Emerson, of Pennsylvania, Upon the Basis of Johnson's Farmer's Encyclopedia (1857)
by Cuthbert William JOHNSON, Gouverneur Emerson
potatoes, and several other vegetable substances, especally the plant called in the West Indies Jatropa Munshot, which yields the substance called Tapioca, used for similar purposes with arrow-root." [ARROW-WOOD. A name given in the United States to a shrub (Viburnum) the young and straight branches of which were, according to Marshall, formerly used by the aborgines for making arrows. The slender stems, when the pith is removed, afford good fuse-sticks for blasting rocks.
Comprehending All the Modern Improvements in the Art; Whether in the Raising of the Various Esculent Vegetables, Or in the Forcing and Managing of Different Sorts of Fruits and Plants, and that of Laying Out, Ornamenting, and Planting, Gardens and Pleasure Grounds: with Correct Engravings ... from Original Drawings by Sydenham Edwards by R. W. Dickson
Silene Gordonia Trollius Ceratonia Hymenaea Robinia Gleditsia Hematorylum Surifraga Heritecra Campanula Anagallis Lythrumr Arum Celtis Ligusticum Solanum Amaranthus Pulmonaria Lupinus Phlor Lychnis Silene Cocos Bubon Solanum Rubia Alyssum Prunus Swietenia Salisburia Justicia Momordica Malva Sida Alcea Lavatera Hibiscus Achras Mammea Atropa Mangifera Mangifera Jatropa Coccoloba Frurinus Acer Calendula Tagetes Chrysanthemum Mesembryanthemum ...
A Complete Dictionary of Practical Gardening: comprehending all the modern improvements in the art ... with correct engravings ... from original drawings by Sydenham Edwards (1807)
by Alexander MACDONALD (pseud. [i.e. R. W. Dickson.])
Trollius Ceratonia Hymenara Robinia Gleditsia Harmatorylum Sarifraga Heritecra Campanula Anagallis Lythrum Arum Celtis Ligusticum Solanum Amaranthus Pulmonaria Lupinus Phlor Lychnis Silene Cocos Bubon Solanum Rubia Alyssum Prunus Swietenia Salisburia Justicia Momordica Malva Sida Alcea Lavatara Hibiscus Achras Mammea Atropa Mangifera Mangifera Jatropa Coccoloba Frarinus Acer Calendula Tagctes Chrysanthemum Mesembryanthemum Tagetes Origanum ...
A Comprehensive Medical Dictionary: containing the pronunciation, etymology, and signification of the terms made use of in Medicine and the kindred sciences. With an appendix, etc (1864)
Elastic gum, or India rubber; the concrete juice of the Hrerea Camuchouc, Jatropa elastic", Ficus Indian, and Arlocnrpua integri/blia. Cmutchoucln, koo'choo -sin. [Caoumhoucl'nm] The principle on which the properties of caoutchouc depend. Cap.
A Technological Dictionary: explaining the terms of the arts, sciences, literature, professions and trades (1846)
by W. M. BUCHANAN
See also Nux, JATRoPA, and −IA. 2. In mechanics, the small vor interior screw upon the end of wed-bolt ...
by W. M. Buchanan
See also NUx, JATRoPA, and Pist ...
Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Anatomy, Human and Comparative, Botany, Chemistry, Forensic Medicine, Materia Medica, Obstetrics, Pharmacy, Physiology, Practice of Physic, Surgery, Toxicology, and the Different Branches of Natural Sciences Connected with Medicine, Together with a Variety of Information on All These Subjects by Robert Hooper
See Jatropa curcas. PI'NIC. (Pinicus; from pinus, the fir.) Appertaining to the fir. PIN1c Acid. Acidum pinicum. In the colophony of France, ...
The Farmer's Dictionary (1846)
A Vocabulary of the Technical Terms Recently Introduced Into Agriculture and Horticulture from Various Sciences, and Also a Compendium of Practical Farming, the Latter Chiefly from the Works of the Rev. W. L. Rham, Loudon, Low and Youatt, and the Most Eminent American Authors by Daniel Pereira Gardner
JATROPA. A genus of euphorbeous, tropical plants, of which the J. Manihot yields a root from which cassava is extracted ; the J. curcas ...
Mit Erklaerenden Anmerkungen. 1) Deutsches Wörterbuch der Naturgeschichte. 2) Englisches Wörterbuch der Naturgeschichte
Jatropa nariot“ Bier cres. Cardamine amara. Bitter damson. Quassia simaruba. Bitter gourd; Botter cucunhcr. The coloquint, Bitter -sceet. Solanum dulcamara. Bitter vtch. a) Ervum ervilia; b) Orobus. Bitter cood. Xylopia; Picrania amara. Bitter trort. Gentiana amarella. Bittern. Ardea stellaris &c. Bittour. The bittern. Bizarrer. Bisarden. (s. v. Dianthus) Blac. Niger; Ater. Black anber. The jet.
“A” Dictionary, Practical, Theoretical, and Historical, of Commerce and Commercial Navigation (1859)
Illustrated with Maps and Plans by John R. McCulloch
TAPIOCA, a species of starch or white coarse powder derived from the roots of the bitter cassava ( Jatropa manihot), an American plant, raised all over South America, but principally in Brazil, where it is called mandioc or manioc. The roots of the plant, being peeled, ...
by John Ramsay McCulloch
TAPIOCA, a species of starch or white coarse powder derived from the roots of the bitter cassava ( Jatropa maniliol), an American plant, raised all over South America, but principally in Brazil, where it is called mandioc or maniac. The roots of the plant, being peeled, ...
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