Definition of Eucalyptus globulus
1. Noun. Tall fast-growing timber tree with leaves containing a medicinal oil; young leaves are bluish.
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Literary usage of Eucalyptus globulus
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1. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1874)
"Therapeutic Value of the Eucalyptus globulus.—Dr. Burdel, of Vierzon, gives an account of a second series of researches he has ..."
2. American Druggist (1888)
"On the other hand, the oil of Eucalyptus globulus is coming more and more ... While distilling the leaves of Eucalyptus globulus, Sch. & Co. noticed the ..."
3. Transactions of the Annual Meeting by Ohio State Medical Society (1882)
"Eucalyptus globulus. BY DJ SNYDER, MD, Scio, 0. The wood of the tree is extremely hard and compact, is capable of a very fine polish, and is indigenous in ..."
4. The Principal Species of Wood: Their Characteristic Properties by Charles Henry Snow (1908)
"Eucalyptus globulus. Nomenclature. Blue Gum (local and common Fever Tree (Australia), name). Balluck (Australia). ..."
5. Bibliotheca Therapeutica, Or, Bibliography of Therapeutics: Chiefly in by Edward John Waring (1878)
"L'Eucalyptus globulus, son importance en agriculture, en hygiene et en medecine. Paris, 8vo, pp. 36. Italian transl. Clichy, 1873, 8vo, pp. 108. 1871. ..."
6. The Popular Science Review: A Quarterly Miscellany of Entertaining and (1878)
"Thus came about the discovery of the now famous Eucalyptus globulus. The fever-destroying, health-giving Australian Blue Gum Tree, or Eucalyptus, ..."
7. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1874)
"Eucalyptus globulus as a Febrifuge and Expectorant. ... two distinct kinds, distinguished by the form of their leaves, which he names Eucalyptus globulus ..."