Definition of Marchantia

1. Noun. Type genus of Marchantiaceae; liverworts that reproduce asexually by gemmae and have stalked antheridiophores.

Exact synonyms: Genus Marchantia
Generic synonyms: Moss Genus
Group relationships: Family Marchantiaceae, Marchantiaceae
Member holonyms: Hepatica, Marchantia Polymorpha



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marchantia

March
March 17
March 19
March 2
March 25
March Madness
March equinox
March flies
March fly
March hare
Marcha Real
Marchand's adrenals
Marchand's rest
Marchand's wandering cell
Marchant's zone
Marchantia (current term)
Marchantia polymorpha
Marchantiaceae
Marchantiales
Marche
Marches
Marcheshvan
Marchi's fixative
Marchi's reaction
Marchi's stain
Marchi's tract
Marchiafava-Micheli anaemia
Marchiafava-Micheli syndrome
Marchigue
Marchihue

Literary usage of Marchantia

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1. Baltimore Medical and Surgical Journal and Review edited by Eli Geddings (1833)
"The marchantia belongs to the natural order of hepatic mosses. ... He subjoins, that the cases in which the marchantia has succeeded best, are those which ..."

2. Organography of Plants, Especially of the Archegoniata and Spermaphyta by Karl Goebel, Isaac Bayley Balfour (1905)
"This appears much more conspicuously in species of Marchantia other than the endemic M. polymorpha. The fact that the disk of the ..."

3. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London by Linnean Society of London (1855)
"MIRBEL*, in the first of his celebrated essays on the structure and development of Marchantia polymorpha, expresses himself in a note in the following ..."

4. A Course of Practical Instruction in Botany by Frederick Orpen Bower (1891)
"B.—HEPATIC^E Marchantia POLYMORPHA, L A.—GENERAL EXTERNAL CHARACTERS I. Taking a fresh growing sod of Marchantia, observe the following external characters ..."

5. Handbook of Plant Morphology: Being the Handbook of Plant Dissection by Otis William Caldwell, Joseph Charles Arthur, Charles Reid Barnes, John Merle Coulter (1904)
"When the reproductive branches and cupules are present Marchantia may easily be recognized. Conocephalus conicus, another liverwort that grows in damp ..."

6. Handbook of Practical Botany: For the Botanical Laboratory and Private Student by Eduard Strasburger (1887)
"A, portion of a thallus of Marchantia polymorpha (t), with the upright male receptacle ... which we will examine in Marchantia polymorpha.3 Male and female ..."

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