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Linearensate
Linearensate Lin`e*ar*en"sate (-[e^]n"s[asl]t), a. (Bot.) Having the form of a sword, but very long and narrow.

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- Sedum lineare also known as **** sedum, needle stonecrop or sea urchin, is a sedum originating in East Asia. It has been proposed as an ideal plant...
- Xanthophyllum lineare is a tree in the family Polygalaceae. The specific epithet lineare is from the Latin meaning "line", referring to the linear shape...
- Melampyrum lineare, commonly called the narrowleaf cow wheat, is an herbaceous plant in the family Orobanchaceae. It is native to North America, where...
- Allium lineare is a Eurasian species of wild onions with a wide range extending from France to Mongolia. Allium lineare has one or two bulbs each up to...
- (DC.) Le Turq. Pani**** dactylon L. Pani**** glumipatulum Steud. Pani**** lineare L. Paspalum ambiguum DC. Paspalum dactylon (L.) Lam. Paspalum umbellatum...
- Leucospermum lineare is an evergreen shrub with linear leaves and is ****igned to the Proteaceae. There are two distinct forms that have not been formally...
- described in 1805. It contains only one known species (monotypic), Campynema lineare, endemic to the island of Tasmania in Australia. Its closest relative is...
- Chryseobacterium lineare is a Gram-negative, rod-shaped, aerobic and non-motile bacteria from the genus of Chryseobacterium which has been isolated from...
- Vincetoxi**** lineare is an edible species of plant found in arid regions of Australia, it is also known as the bush bean. The habit of the slender plant...
- Itheum lineare is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Francis Polkinghorne Pascoe in 1864. It is known from Australia...
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