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In addition to searching through the individual botanical definitions you may now benefit also from browsing the extensive information gleaned through our research. This list has been compiled in alphabetic order according to the genus or species..

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stricta means 'erect or upright'. [See Minuartia stricta, Nardus stricta, Rhazya stricta.]

strictus means 'erect or upright'. [See Dendrocalamus strictus.]

strigosa means 'with stiff bristles'. [See Parapholis strigosa.]

strobiformis is derived from Latin strobili- (pine-cone) and -formis (shape). [See Pinus strobiformis.]

strigosus means 'with stiff bristles'. [See Rubus strigosus.]

strobus is the Latin name for a gum-yielding tree. [See Pinus strobus.]

Strophanthus [genus name] is derived from Greek stropho- (ridge, twisted) and antho- (flower) components with reference to the long twisted petals. [See Strophanthus.]

strumarium means 'with cushion-like swellings'. [See Xanthium strumarium.]

struthiopteris is derived from Greek strutho- (ostrich) and pteri- (fern, feather) components with reference to the appearance of the fronds. [See Matteuccia struthiopteris.]

struthium is derived from Greek struthion (little sparrow) usually with reference to beaked seed. [See Gypsophila struthium.]


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