Definitions

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  • proper noun A taxonomic kingdom within the domain Eukaryota — the plants. About 300,000 species of organism that all contain chlorophyll to obtain energy from the sun.

Etymologies

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From Latin planta ("plant, twig, sprout").

Examples

  • Many of the samples from his early trip were first described formally by George Bentham in Plantae Hartwegianae, which appeared as a series of publications from 1839 to 1842.

    Did you know? Many common garden flowers originated in Mexico.

  • Many of the samples from his early trip were first described formally by George Bentham in Plantae Hartwegianae, which appeared as a series of publications from 1839 to 1842.

    Did you know? Many common garden flowers originated in Mexico.

  • Needless to say, in a world moving toward war, a paper entitled Plantae Mexicanae II: The Identification of Teonanacatl, a Narcotic Basidiomycete of the Aztecs did not receive wide circulation.

    One River

  • Needless to say, in a world moving toward war, a paper entitled Plantae Mexicanae II: The Identification of Teonanacatl, a Narcotic Basidiomycete of the Aztecs did not receive wide circulation.

    One River

  • IN the academical differtation intitled Plantae MartinoBurferianse, publiftied at Upfal in the year 1745, under the aufpices of Linnaeus, mention is made (page 2, No. 13) of a grafs with the following fynonyms:

    Transactions of the Linnean Society

  • At the end of the eighteenth century, a physician, Martin de Sessé y Lacasta, and José Mariano Mociño collect plants for Mexico's Botanical Garden, recording their findings in Plantae novae Hispaniae.

    Did You Know? Mexico's national flower is the humble dahlia

  • At the end of the eighteenth century, a physician, Martin de Sessé y Lacasta, and José Mariano Mociño collect plants for Mexico's Botanical Garden, recording their findings in Plantae novae Hispaniae.

    Did You Know? Mexico's national flower is the humble dahlia

  • Plantae - trees, plants, sprouts that grow out of my girbil's food dish after it dies

    nessus Diary Entry

  • “Okay, the five classes would be, from most advanced to most primitive, Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Protista… and Eugene.”

    Night World No. 2

  • The early Spanish reports on teonanacatl are reviewed by Schultes in “Plantae Mexicanae II: The Identification of Teonanacatl, a Narcotic Basidiomycete of the Aztecs,” Botanical Museum Leaflets 7(3): 37-55, 1939, and “Teonanacatl, the Narcotic Mushroom of the Aztecs,” American Anthropologist 42(3): 429-43, 1940.

    One River

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