Definition of Rhizomata

1. rhizoma [n] - See also: rhizoma



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rhizomata

rhizoctinia disease
rhizoctonia
rhizoctonias
rhizodermis
rhizodont
rhizodonts
rhizogan
rhizogen
rhizogens
rhizoid
rhizoidal
rhizoids
rhizolite
rhizoma
rhizomania
rhizomata (current term)
rhizomatic
rhizomatics
rhizomatous
rhizomatous begonia
rhizomatously
rhizome
rhizome chaff
rhizome cutting
rhizomelia
rhizomelic
rhizomeningomyelitis
rhizomes
rhizomic
rhizomorph

Literary usage of Rhizomata

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Manual of organic materia medica by John Michael Maisch (1890)
"rhizomata. Rhizomes are stems remaining wholly or partly under ground, and are mainly distinguished from roots by the presence of scaly leaves or of ..."

2. A Manual of Organic Materia Medica: Being a Guide to Materia Medica of the by John Michael Maisch (1887)
"rhizomata. Rhizomes are stems remaining wholly or partly under ground, and are mainly distinguished from roots by the presence of scaly leaves or of ..."

3. A Manual of Organic Materia Medica: Being a Guide to Materia Medica of the by John Michael Maisch (1882)
"rhizomata. .Rhizomes are stems remaining wholly or partly under ground, and are mainly distinguished from roots by the presence of scaly leaves or of ..."

4. Phytogeography of Nebraska: I. General Survey by Roscoe Pound, Frederic Edward Clements (1900)
"rhizomata.—Under this subdivision are included all of those herbs which possess ... As a group rhizomata are characterized by great tenacity in the original ..."

5. The Phytologist: A Popular Botanical Miscellany edited by George Luxford, Edward Newman (1844)
"The rhizomata however do not stand free as proper stems, but' the old fronds,' decayed and overgrown with Sphagnum, form slender conical tumuli, ..."

6. The Geological History of Plants by John William Dawson (1888)
"Young branches circinate ; rhizomata ... In the specimens I had obtained I was able to recognise the forms of the rhizomata, stems, branches, ..."

7. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry, Division of Plant Industry, Queensland (1910)
"ue rhizomata became very scarce. Mr. HM Merrell, of Cincinnati, Ohio, whom we are indebted for this information, states tha£ the first heavy shlp- ents of ..."

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