Definition of Genus glycine
1. Noun. Genus of Asiatic erect or sprawling herbs: soya bean.
Generic synonyms: Rosid Dicot Genus
Group relationships: Papilionoideae, Subfamily Papilionoideae
Member holonyms: Glycine Max, Soja, Soja Bean, Soy, Soya, Soya Bean, Soybean, Soybean Plant
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Literary usage of Genus glycine
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1. Trübner's Bibliographical Guide to American Literature: A Classed List of by Nikolaus Triibner (1859)
"... without calculation, by Benjamin H. Coates, MD Observations on the Genus Glycine, and some of its kindred Genera, by Stephen Elliott (concluded). ..."
2. Trübner's Bibliographical Guide to American Literature: A Classed List of by Nicolas Trübner, Benjamin Moran, Edward Edwards (1859)
"... by Benjamin H. Coates, MD Observations on the genus glycine, and some of its kindred Genera, by Stephen Elliott (concluded). Veins of the Human Subject, ..."
3. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1893)
"... gave it the name of Soja hispida, but Bentham and Hooker pointed out that it belongs to the genus Glycine. All botanists now agree that this is correct, ..."
4. The American Cyclopædia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by Charles Anderson Dana (1876)
"... in the genus glycine, from which on account of marked differences it waa removed by Nuttall (1818) and placed in a new genus, dedicated to Prof. ..."
5. The Ladies' Flower-garden of Ornamental Perennials by Loudon (Jane) (1843)
"There is only one species in the genus, which was formerly included in the genus Glycine. 1.—APIOS TUBEROSA, Manch. TUBEROUS-ROOTED APIOS, OR VIRGINIAN ..."
6. The Standard Dictionary of Facts: History, Language, Literature, Biography edited by Henry Woldmar Ruoff (1909)
"The species were formerly included in the genus Glycine. Some of them are among the most magnificent ornamental climbers. ..."
7. Curtis's Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-garden Displayed by John Sims (1819)
"... recorded in the last edition of the Hortus Kewensis, though, it must be allowed, that the genus GLYCINE is at present rather a heterogeneous compound. ..."