- H -
Habitat. A plant's natural place of
Halbert-shaped ; like saggitate, but with the basal
Haustoria. The specialized roots of
Head. A dense round cluster of
sessile or nearly sessile flowers.
Herbaceous. Leaf-like in texture and
color ; pertaining to an herb.
Hilium. The scar or area of
attachment ofa seed or ovule.
Hirsute. With rather coarse stiff
Hispid. With bristly stiff hairs.
Hispidulous. Diminutive of hispid.
Hyaline. Thin and translucent.
The rudimentary stem of the embryo ; also termed radicle.
Hypogynium. Organ supporting the ovary
in some sedges.
Hypogynous. Borne at the base of the
ovary, or below.
Hyponym. A generic or specific name
B | C
D | E
F | G
H | I
J | K
L | M
N | O
P | Q
R | S
T | U
V | W
X | Y
Volume 1, page xix: Nathanie1 L.
Britton amd Addison Lord Brown, An
Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States,Canada, and the
British Possessions from Newfoundland to the Parallel of the Southern
Boundary of Virginia, and from the Atlantic Ocean Westward to the 102d
Scribner's Sons, 1913
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