Definition of Strobils

1. strobil [n] - See also: strobil



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Strobils

strobic
strobil
strobila
strobilaceous
strobilae
strobilar
strobilate
strobilates
strobilations
strobiles
strobili
strobiliform
strobiline
strobils (current term)
strobilurin
strobilurins
strobilus
strobing
stroboscope
stroboscopes
stroboscopic
stroboscopically
stroboscopy
strobotron
strobotrons
strockle
strockles
stroddle

Literary usage of Strobils

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1. Chemical Examination of Alcholic Liquors: A Manual of the Constituents of by Albert Benjamin Prescott (1875)
"The bitter substance -constitutes 4.7 per cent. of the hop strobils, ... the Volatile Oil constitutes 0.12 per cent. of the strobils, or 0.11 per cent. of ..."

2. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1842)
"This species Is characterized by two-rowed, flat, deciduous leaves ; leafless and panicled male flowers, and somewhat globose strobils. ..."

3. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1842)
"This species is characterized by two-rowed, flat, deciduous leaves ; leafless and panicled male flowers, and somewhat globose strobils. ..."

4. Official Catalogue by United States Centennial Commission (1876)
"Arboriculture and Forest Products. 1 Sidoroff, Michael, St. Petersburg.— Larch wood, larch and cedar strobils. ..."

5. A Handbook of Chemical Technology by Johannes Rudolf Wagner (1872)
"The catkins, or strobils, are composed of a number of bracts or scales, which are green, afterwards changing to a pale yellow. At the base of each flower is ..."

6. A Handbook of Chemical Technology by Johannes Rudolf Wagner (1872)
"... or catkins, are used for flavour The catkins, or strobils, are composed of a number of bracts or scales, v green, afterwards changing to a pale yellow. ..."

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