Definition of Rhaphes

1. rhaphe [n] - See also: rhaphe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rhaphes

rhamnoses
rhamnoside
rhamnosides
rhamnoxanthin
rhamnulokinase
rhamnulose
rhamnuses
rhamphorhynchoid
rhamphorhynchus
rhamphothecae
rhaphae
rhaphania
rhaphe
rhaphes (current term)
rhaphide
rhaphides
rhaphis
rhaponticine
rhapsode
rhapsoder
rhapsoders
rhapsodes
rhapsodic
rhapsodical
rhapsodically
rhapsodies
rhapsodise
rhapsodised

Literary usage of Rhaphes

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1. Gray's Botanical Text-book by Asa Gray (1879)
"... applies to the normal position of collateral ovules, with rhaphes back to back, in opposite directions on the two halves of the placenta; ..."

2. Notes on Pharmacognosy by Otto Augustus Wall (1902)
"... hard, rigid, cylindrical pod with two rhaphes on opposite sides down the length of the fruit; up to 60 cm. long and 2 to 3 cm. in diameter, ..."

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