Definition of Genus ledum

1. Noun. Evergreen shrubs of north temperate regions.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Ledum

genus Lasiocampa
genus Lasiurus
genus Lasthenia
genus Lastreopsis
genus Lathyrus
genus Latimeria
genus Latrodectus
genus Laurus
genus Lavandula
genus Lavatera
genus Layia
genus Lebistes
genus Lecanopteris
genus Lecanora
genus Leccinum
genus Ledum
genus Leiopelma
genus Leiophyllum
genus Leipoa
genus Leishmania
genus Leitneria
genus Lemaireocereus
genus Lemna
genus Lemur
genus Lens
genus Lentinus
genus Leonotis
genus Leontideus
genus Leontocebus
genus Leontodon

Literary usage of Genus ledum

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1. Familiar Lectures on Botany, Practical, Elementary, and Physiological: With by Lincoln Phelps (1846)
"... for a long unnel-form, some- L'the number, cap- *the genus Ledum, 't has a above mention- shrub, ..."

2. A Sketch of the Botany of South-Carolina and Georgia by Stephen Elliott (1821)
"T!iis plant has until lately been attached to the genus Ledum ; it differs how ever in its calyx, corolla and capsule. I have preferred the name originally ..."

3. The Homoeopathic Materia Medica: Arranged Systematically and Practically by Alphonse Teste (1854)
"... in many cases at least, cocculus indicus antidotes arnica much better than camphor. Ledum palustre, wild rosemary. genus ledum, family ..."

4. Familiar Lectures on Botany: Explaining the Structure, Classification, and by Lincoln Phelps (1853)
"141, c, is a flower of the genus Ledum (Labrador tea) ; it has a very small calyx, and a flat, five-parted corolla ; is found on the White Mountains of New ..."

5. Botany for Beginners: An Introduction to 'Mrs. Lincoln's Lectures on Botany' by Lincoln Phelps (1856)
"At c is a flower of the genus Ledum ; this corresponds with the Saxifraga in the number of its petals; it is in some parts of Europe valued as a medicinal ..."

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