Definition of Alburnums
1. alburnum [n] - See also: alburnum
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Literary usage of Alburnums
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Book of the Garden by Charles McIntosh (1855)
"The alburnums of the preceding year never unite. The vital union is formed solely by the coalition of newly generated tissues, thrown out by ..."
2. The Horticulturist; Or, An Attempt to Teach the Science and Practice of the by John Claudius Loudon, Loudon (Jane) (1849)
"In the case of the mistletoe, which may be considered as a natural graft, there is an analogy between the two alburnums, but none between the barks; ..."
3. Science and Practice of Gardening, in which are Explained and Illustrated by George William Johnson (1862)
"If the barks and alburnums had not united there would have been a line of separation at «, as markedly as ia seen between the two woods. ..."
4. Paxton's Magazine of Botany, and Register of Flowering Plants by Sir Joseph Paxton (1840)
"... scion approach each other in size, and the greater amount of their several alburnums is brought together, the more speedy and suro will be the union. ..."