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Tendril. A slender coiling organ.
Circular in cross-section.
Ternate. Divided into three segments,
or arranged in threes.
Tetradynamous. With four long stamens and
two shorter ones.
Thallus. A usually flat vegetative
ogan without differentiation into stem and leaves.
Thrysoid. Like a thrysus.
Thrysus. A compactg panicle.
Tomentose. Covered with tomentum.
Tomentulose. Diminutive of tomentose.
Tomentum. Dense matted wool-like hairs.
Torsion. Twisting of an organ.
Tortuous. Twisted or bent.
Tracheae. The canals or ducts in woody
Triandrous. With three stamens.
Tricarpous. Composed of three carpels.
Flowers with stamens of three different lengths or kinds ; in three
the sides channeled.
Truncate. Terminated by a nearly
straight edge or surface.
Tuber. A thick short underground
branch or part of a branch.
Tubercle. The persistent base of the
style in some Cyperaceae ; a
Tuberculate. With rounded projections.
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 xx - xxi: 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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