Definition of Epidendron

1. Noun. Any of various orchids of the genus Epidendrum.

Generic synonyms: Orchid, Orchidaceous Plant
Group relationships: Epidendrum, Genus Epidendrum



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epidendron

epidemiologic factors
epidemiologic measurements
epidemiologic research design
epidemiologic studies
epidemiologic study characteristics
epidemiological
epidemiological distribution
epidemiological genetics
epidemiologically
epidemiologies
epidemiologist
epidemiologists
epidemiology
epidemology
epidemy
epidendron (current term)
epidendrums
epiderm
epiderma
epidermal
epidermal cell
epidermal cyst
epidermal growth factor
epidermal growth factor-urogastrone
epidermal growth factor receptor protein-tyrosine kinase
epidermal ridge count
epidermal ridges
epidermalization
epidermally
epidermatic

Literary usage of Epidendron

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1. The India directory, for the guidance of commanders of steamers and sailing by Alfred Dundas Taylor, James Horsburgh (1874)
"Anchor in 8 or 9 fathoms, with Casuarina SSE, and epidendron ESE ... To the E. of Casuarina and epidendron Islands, at 3 leagues' distance, ..."

2. A Systematic Arrangement of British Plants: With an Easy Introduction to the by William Withering (1801)
"Nearly allied to the L. epidendron, but has only one coat, whereas that has two. JACO. Mr. Bulliard from inattention to this circumstance has placed it as a ..."

3. An Arrangement of British Plants: According to the Latest Improvement of the by William Withering (1830)
"Nearly allied to L. epidendron, but has only one coat, whereas that has two. Jacq. Bulliard, from inattention to this circumstance, has placed it as a ..."

4. A Directory for the Navigation of the Indian Ocean: With Descriptions of Its by Alexander G. Findlay (1866)
"epidendron Island, also called Raza, (flat) the easternmost of the ... Barrato Reef is situated about 3 miles to the north-east of epidendron. ..."

5. The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication by Charles Darwin (1892)
"... which, from the description given, two botanists, Hildebrand and Maximowicz, attribute to the direct action of the pollen of the epidendron.14* • ..."

6. The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication by Charles Darwin (1884)
"... from the description given, two botanists, Hildebrand and Maximowicz, attribute to the direct action of the pollen of the epidendron.1" Mr. J. Anderson ..."

7. The India directory, for the guidance of commanders of steamers and sailing by Alfred Dundas Taylor, James Horsburgh (1874)
"Anchor in 8 or 9 fathoms, with Casuarina SSE, and epidendron ESE ... To the E. of Casuarina and epidendron Islands, at 3 leagues' distance, ..."

8. A Systematic Arrangement of British Plants: With an Easy Introduction to the by William Withering (1801)
"Nearly allied to the L. epidendron, but has only one coat, whereas that has two. JACO. Mr. Bulliard from inattention to this circumstance has placed it as a ..."

9. An Arrangement of British Plants: According to the Latest Improvement of the by William Withering (1830)
"Nearly allied to L. epidendron, but has only one coat, whereas that has two. Jacq. Bulliard, from inattention to this circumstance, has placed it as a ..."

10. A Directory for the Navigation of the Indian Ocean: With Descriptions of Its by Alexander G. Findlay (1866)
"epidendron Island, also called Raza, (flat) the easternmost of the ... Barrato Reef is situated about 3 miles to the north-east of epidendron. ..."

11. The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication by Charles Darwin (1892)
"... which, from the description given, two botanists, Hildebrand and Maximowicz, attribute to the direct action of the pollen of the epidendron.14* • ..."

12. The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication by Charles Darwin (1884)
"... from the description given, two botanists, Hildebrand and Maximowicz, attribute to the direct action of the pollen of the epidendron.1" Mr. J. Anderson ..."

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