Definition of Genus Aristolochia

1. Noun. Birthworts; Dutchman's-pipe.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Aristolochia

genus Argentina
genus Argentinosaurus
genus Argiope
genus Argonauta
genus Argusianus
genus Argynnis
genus Argyranthemum
genus Argyreia
genus Argyrotaenia
genus Argyroxiphium
genus Arilus
genus Ariocarpus
genus Ariomma
genus Arisaema
genus Arisarum
genus Aristolochia (current term)
genus Aristotelia
genus Arius
genus Arizona
genus Armadillidium
genus Armeria
genus Armillaria
genus Armillariella
genus Armoracia
genus Arnica
genus Arnoseris
genus Arrhenatherum
genus Artamus
genus Artemia
genus Artemisia

Literary usage of Genus Aristolochia

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1. Annals of Botany by IDEAL (Project) (1888)
"This is the genus Aristolochia. In many countries these plants are called Snake-roots. ... The genus Aristolochia consists of about 180 species of plants ..."

2. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1914)
"... the only family of this order represented in the Wilcox flora. The genus Aristolochia, to which a typical fruit from the Wilcox is referred, ..."

3. A naturalist in western China: with vasculum, camera, and gun; being some by Ernest Henry Wilson, Charles Sprague Sargent (1913)
"... is represented in the floras of the two regions by the genus Aristolochia, with more numerous woody species in China than in eastern North America. ..."

4. The Natural History of Plants: Their Forms, Growth, Reproduction, and by Anton Kerner von Marilaun (1902)
"The flowers of the Birthwort genus (Aristolochia) bear a surprising resemblance to the spathes of ..."

5. The Chicago Medical Journal and Examiner (1884)
"genus Aristolochia (Birthwort). A. Serpentaria (Virginia Snakeroot) ; A. tomentosa. Medical properties: stimulant, tonic, diaphoretic, diuretic, ..."

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