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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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innoxia is Latin (innoxious, harmless) meaning 'not spiny, or unarmed'. [See Datura innoxia.]

inodorus is Latin (unscented)'. [See Cucumis melo var. inodorus.]

insectifera is derived from Latin insectum (insect) and -fer (bearing, carrying) components meaning 'insect-bearing'. [See Ophrys insectifera.]

inserta is derived from Latin inserto (to insert, put into) meaning 'inserted or affixed to' with reference to its ability to attach itself to trees and walls. [See Parthenocissus inserta.]

insignis is Latin (distinguishing mark, token) meaning 'distinguishable, notable, outstanding or remarkable'. [See Pachira insignis, Ranunculus insignis.]

institia means 'grafted or foreign'. [See Prunus institia, Prunus institia italica.]

insularis means 'of or from islands'. [See Pinus kesiya subsp. insularis.]

integerrimus is derived from Latin integri- (whole, entire) meaning 'entire or with leaf edges untoothed'. [See Ceanothus integerrimus.]

integrifolia is derived from Latin integer (entire, whole) and -folia (leaved) components meaning 'with whole or uncut leaves'. [See Macadamia integrifolia, Petunia integrifolia, Premna integrifolia.]

interjectum is derived from Latin intericio (between, among) meaning 'in between, intermediate in form'. [See Polypodium interjectum.]


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