Definition of Capitula. Meaning of Capitula. Synonyms of Capitula

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Definition of Capitula

Capitula
Capitula Ca*pit"u*la, n. pl. See Capitulum.

Meaning of Capitula from wikipedia

- capitulum (plural capitula) may refer to: the Latin word for chapter an index or list of chapters at the head of a gospel m****cript a short reading in...
- were so called because they were formally divided into sections called capitula (plural of capitulum, a diminutive of caput meaning "head(ing)", i.e. chapters)...
- family includes. Nearly all Asteraceae bear their flowers in dense heads (capitula or pseudanthia) surrounded by involucral bracts. When viewed from a distance...
- Flower: Single flower-like, usually 3–5 cm (1.2–2 in.) capitula, surrounded by involucral bracts. Capitula's ray-florets white, tongue-like, tip shallowly 3-toothed;...
- The Samlakki tree frog (Litoria capitula) is a species of frog in the family Pelodryadidae. It is endemic to Indonesia. Its natural habitats are subtropical...
- do****ents appeared about the middle of the ninth century (Capitula of Benedict Levita, Capitula Angilramni, Canons of Isaac of Langres, above all the collection...
- glossy green, with an entire margin. The flowers are produced in small capitula 2–4 mm (0.1–0.2 in) diameter, each capitulum containing up to 40 yellow...
- flowers are most commonly an intense blue colour, produced in flowerheads (capitula) 1.5–3 cm diameter, with a ring of a few large, spreading ray florets surrounding...
- symmetrical with many yellow or dark red petals. The narrow and numerous capitula (flower heads), all fertile, spread out in racemose panicles. It flowers...
- dandelion (one of the main differences being a branched stem with several capitula), but "yellow fields", covered by this plant appear much later than dandelions...
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