Definition of Liliaceous. Meaning of Liliaceous. Synonyms of Liliaceous

Definition of Liliaceous. Meaning of Liliaceous. Synonyms of Liliaceous

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Definition of Liliaceous

Liliaceous
Liliaceous Lil`i*a"ceous (l[i^]l`[i^]*[=a]"sh[u^]s), a. [L. liliaceus, fr. lilium lily. See Lily.] (Bot.) (a) Of or pertaining to a natural order of which the lily, tulip, and hyacinth are well-known examples. (b) Like the blossom of a lily in general form.

Meaning of Liliaceous from wikipedia

- Kuhnlein (1983). "Camas (Cam****ia spp.) and riceroot (Fritillaria spp.): two Liliaceous "root" foods of the Northwest Coast Indians" (PDF). Ecology of Food and...
- systematical botany, where Smith used it to argue that the tepals of liliaceous plants are sepals rather than petals: "I cannot conceal a recent discovery...
- but did not use Lindley's terms for these. However they did place the Liliaceous and Amaryllidaceous genera into separate series. The Liliaceae were placed...
- course of history. Hexandria monogynia has come to be treated as either liliaceous or amaryllidaceaous (see Taxonomy of Liliaceae) over time. From 1763...
- Galanthus into the Narcissi Ordre. This relationship of Galanthus to either liliaceous or amaryllidaceaous taxa (see Taxonomy of Liliaceae) was to last for another...
- (1983). "Camas (Cam****ia spp.) and riceroot (Fritillaria spp.): two Liliaceous "root" foods of the Northwest Coast Indians". Ecology of Food and Nutrition...
- such as Dacapo and p57. True endomitosis in the anther tapetum of the liliaceous plant Eremurus is described. The nuclear membrane does not disappear,...
- Wikisource has original text related to this article: Characters of a new Liliaceous Genus called Brodiaea...
- ****ual cl****ification scheme. These genera have been treated as either liliaceous or amaryllidaceaous (see Taxonomy of Liliaceae) over time. In 1763 Adanson...
- (May 2013). "Where Have All the Lillies Gone? Long-Time Changin' in the Liliaceous Families". Prince William Wildflower Society. Retrieved 19 April 2015...
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