Definition of Genus coptis

1. Noun. Small genus of low perennial herbs having yellow rhizomes and white or yellow flowers.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Coptis

genus Connarus
genus Connochaetes
genus Conocarpus
genus Conoclinium
genus Conopodium
genus Conradina
genus Consolida
genus Contopus
genus Conuropsis
genus Convallaria
genus Convolvulus
genus Conyza
genus Copernicia
genus Coprinus
genus Coptis
genus Coracias
genus Coragyps
genus Corallorhiza
genus Corchorus
genus Cordaites
genus Cordia
genus Cordyline
genus Cordylus
genus Coregonus
genus Coreopsis
genus Coriandrum
genus Corixa
genus Cornus
genus Corokia

Literary usage of Genus coptis

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1. Drugs and medicines of North America: A Publication Devoted to the by John Uri Lloyd, Curtis Gates Lloyd (1885)
"... t The genus Coptis is a small family; the only species except those of America are found in Asia. ..."

2. Flora of Mount Desert Island, Maine: A Preliminary Catalogue of the Plants by Edward Lothrop Rand, John Howard Redfield (1894)
"... that the plant showed well marked generic differences, and assigned it to a new genus, Coptis. Our plant therefore bears the binomial, Coptis trifolia ..."

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