Definition of Petteria ramentacea
1. Noun. Erect shrub having large trifoliate leaves and dense clusters of yellow flowers followed by poisonous seeds; Yugoslavia; sometimes placed in genus Cytisus.
Group relationships: Genus Petteria, Petteria
Generic synonyms: Bush, Shrub
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Literary usage of Petteria ramentacea
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1. On Buds and Stipules by John Lubbock (1899)
"28 34 Spiny Stipules of Robinia Pseud-Acacia. . . . 28 35 Petteria ramentacea: Shoot in Winter . ..."
2. Gehalt der Orchideenknollen zu verschiedenen Jahreszeiten by Jacobus Marinus Janse, John Lubbock, Kurt Theodor Richard Rammelberg (1899)
"Petteria ramentacea. FIG. 129.—Portion of shoot in winter, x 2. FIG. 130.—Ditto in spring, x 2. Sc, soar of fallen leaf; St, stipules completely covering ..."