Definition of Genus tetragonia

1. Noun. New Zealand spinach.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Tetragonia

genus Tectona
genus Telanthera
genus Tellima
genus Telopea
genus Templetonia
genus Tenrec
genus Tephrosia
genus Terebella
genus Teredo
genus Termes
genus Terrapene
genus Terrietia
genus Testudo
genus Tethus
genus Tetraclinis
genus Tetragonia
genus Tetragonurus
genus Tetrahymena
genus Tetraneuris
genus Tetrao
genus Tetrapturus
genus Teucrium
genus Thalarctos
genus Thalictrum
genus Thamnophilus
genus Thamnophis
genus Thelypteris
genus Theobroma
genus Thermobia

Literary usage of Genus tetragonia

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1. A Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art: Comprising the Definitions and by William Thomas Brande, George William Cox (1867)
"The genus Tetragonia consists of herbaceous plants with four-cornered fruit, and one of the species, native of New Zealand, is cultivated as an esculent ..."

2. The Forage Plants of Australia by Frederick Turner (1891)
"There are only two species of the genus Tetragonia indigenous in Australia ; but the one under notice is found also in New Zealand, South America, ..."

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