Definition of Gelsemia

1. gelsemium [n] - See also: gelsemium



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gelsemia

gelling agent
gelly
geloscopy
gelose
gelosies
gelosis
gelosy
gelotologist
gelotologists
gelotology
gelotophobe
gelotophobes
gelotophobia
gelotripsy
gels
gelsemia (current term)
gelsemic acid
gelsemine
gelseminic
gelseminic acid
gelsemium
gelsemiums
gelsolin
gelsolins
gelt
gelts
geländeläufer
gem
gem-diol
gem-diols

Literary usage of Gelsemia

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1. The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly edited by William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan (1871)
"... of gelsemia, the active principle, is rapidly absorbed into the blood. 3. It acts chiefly on the motor portion of the cord. Ü. It has a selective action ..."

2. The Chicago Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (1875)
"gelsemia.—Dr. J. Ott, Phil. Med. Times, July 31, offers the following as the conclusions drawn from his experiments as to the physiological action of ..."

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