Definition of Genus cichorium

1. Noun. Chicory.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Cichorium

genus Chrysaora
genus Chrysemys
genus Chrysobalanus
genus Chrysochloris
genus Chrysolepis
genus Chrysolophus
genus Chrysophrys
genus Chrysophyllum
genus Chrysopsis
genus Chrysosplenium
genus Chrysothamnus
genus Chunga
genus Cibotium
genus Cicada
genus Cicer
genus Cichorium
genus Ciconia
genus Cicuta
genus Cimex
genus Cimicifuga
genus Cinchona
genus Cinclus
genus Cinnamomum
genus Circaea
genus Circaetus
genus Circus
genus Cirsium
genus Cistothorus
genus Cistus
genus Citellus

Literary usage of Genus cichorium

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1. The English Cyclopaedia by Charles Knight (1866)
"The genus Cichorium consists of only a few species found in the temperate parts of Asia, the Mediterranean region, and in Europe. It has a double involucre, ..."

2. The Chicago Medical Journal and Examiner (1884)
"genus cichorium (Succory, Chickory). C. intybus (Common Chickory). Medical properties: Aperient ..."

3. The New International Encyclopædia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1902)
"A plant belonging to the genus Cichorium, of the natural order Composite, the same natural family of plants to which the sunflower, the oxeye daisy, ..."

4. Swedish Catalogue ...: International Exhibition, 1876. Philadelphia by Elis Sidenbladh (1876)
"(b) genus cichorium, namely: Endive of C. endivia, among the numerous forms of which the Large Escurial, the Large Curled leaves, the Light Green, ..."

5. Familiar Wild Flowers by Frederick Edward Hulme (1878)
"The endive and the succory are the only two species in the genus Cichorium. The succory is a perennial. The stems attain to a height of some three feet or ..."

6. The New International Encyclopaedia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1906)
"A plant belonging to the genus Cichorium, of the natural order Composite, the same natural family of plants to which the sunflower, the oxeye daisy, ..."

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