Did you mayhaps mean syngeneic?
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The nineteenth class of plants in the sexual system of Linnæus, the Compositæ of the natural system, the name alluding to their united anthers, which thence are now called syngenesious. There are, according to him, 6 orders, namely Polygamia æqualia, Polygamia superflua, Polygamia frustranea, Polygamia necessaria, Polygamia segregata, and Monogamia. The thistle, tansy, daisy, southernwood, sunflower, and marigold are examples. See
Compositæ, and cut under stamen.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Bot.) A Linnæan class of plants in which the stamens are united by the anthers.
“So the various stamina of the class of syngenesia have been accustomed to contract together in the evening, and thence if you stimulate any one of them with a pin, according to the experiment of M. Colvolo, they all contract from their acquired associations.”
“The journey was performed in large sledges drawn by ten dogs over snow-free rounded hills and hill-plateaus covered with a rather scanty vegetation, and through valleys treeless as the mountains, but adorned with luxuriant vegetation, rich in splendid lilies, syngenesia, umbellifera, &c.”
“Whereas in Shakspeare, the play is 'syngenesia;' each character has, indeed, a life of its own, and is an 'individuum' of itself, but yet an organ of the whole, as the heart in the human body.”
“So the various stamina of the class of syngenesia have been accustomed to contract together in the evening, and thence if you stimulate one of them with a pin, according to the experiment of M. Colvolo, they all contract from their acquired associations.”
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