Definition of Genus lactuca

1. Noun. An herb with milky juice: lettuce; prickly lettuce.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Lactuca

genus Kogia
genus Kohleria
genus Kolkwitzia
genus Kosteletzya
genus Krigia
genus Krypterophaneron
genus Kyphosus
genus Lablab
genus Laburnum
genus Laccopetalum
genus Lacerta
genus Lachnolaimus
genus Lactarius
genus Lactobacillus
genus Lactophrys
genus Lactuca
genus Laelia
genus Lagarostrobus
genus Lagenaria
genus Lagenophera
genus Lagerstroemia
genus Lagidium
genus Lagodon
genus Lagopus
genus Lagorchestes
genus Lagostomus
genus Lagothrix
genus Laguncularia
genus Lama
genus Lambertia

Literary usage of Genus lactuca

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1. Spicilegium Neilgherrense, Or, a Selection of Neilgherry Plants: Drawn and by Robert Wight (1851)
"The one here figured I have added by removing it from the genus Lactuca in which he had, perhaps through oversight, erroneously placed it, as it certainly ..."

2. The Chicago Medical Journal and Examiner (1884)
"genus lactuca (Lettuce) L. Canadensis (Wild L.); L. san- guinea (Wood or Red L.). Medical properties: Narcotic, anodyne, hypnotic, diuretic, diaphoretic, ..."

3. The Visitor, Or, Monthly Instructor by Religious Tract Society (Great Britain) (1844)
"Of the genus lactuca, two species are usually classed among narcotic poisons. Three drachms of the extract of the lactuca virosa given to a dog by Orfila ..."

4. Swedish Catalogue ...: International Exhibition, 1876. Philadelphia by Elis Sidenbladh (1876)
"Salad is obtained from the following plants : (a) genus lactuca, namely: (i) The Leaf Salad, which is made use of in autumn and winter ; Cabbage Salad (of ..."

5. Agricultural Botany: An Enumeration and Description of Useful Plants and by William Darlington (1847)
"Lactescent, milky ; containing a milk CEAE, typified by the genus Lactuca or Lettuce. Lamellae. The plates or gills (Hyme ..."

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