Definition of Trillium recurvatum
1. Noun. Trillium of central United States having dark purple sessile flowers.
Generic synonyms: Trillium, Wake-robin, Wood Lily
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Literary usage of Trillium recurvatum
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1. Handbook of Plant Dissection by Joseph Charles Arthur, Charles Reid Barnes, John Merle Coulter (1893)
"trillium recurvatum Beck. PRELIMINARY. THE Trillium designated, as well as T. sessile, is found in the spring, generally in rich woods, and may be readily ..."
2. The Plant World by Plant World Association, Wild Flower Preservation Society (U.S.), Wild Flower Preservation Society of America (1906)
"In trillium recurvatum the number of these leaves in the flowers without reproductive organs was twenty- three, and in Trillium sessile fourteen. Fig. ..."
3. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science by Indiana Academy of Science (1922)
"... trillium recurvatum and Trillium erectum. These three species seem to be more susceptible to variation in this respect than is Trillium nivale. ..."
4. Laboratory Manual in Elementary Biology by Emanuel Roth Boyer (1894)
"trillium recurvatum. As an example of a lower, typical flowering plant with seeds enclosed in an ovary. ..."
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