Definition of Genus Anthemis
1. Noun. Dog fennel.
Generic synonyms: Asterid Dicot Genus
Group relationships: Aster Family, Asteraceae, Compositae, Family Asteraceae, Family Compositae
Member holonyms: Anthemis Cotula, Dog Fennel, Mayweed, Stinking Chamomile, Stinking Mayweed, Anthemis Tinctoria, Dyers' Chamomile, Golden Marguerite, Yellow Chamomile, Anthemis Arvensis, Corn Chamomile, Corn Mayweed, Field Chamomile
Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Anthemis
Literary usage of Genus Anthemis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. And the Wilderness Blossomed by Frederick Stoever Dickson (1901)
"Gray classes the MAYWEED under the genus Anthemis, but others group the seventy-odd species in the genus Matricaria. All the species are natives of Europe, ..."
2. A Compendium of Modern Husbandry: Principally Written During a Survey of by James Malcolm (1805)
"... Tournefort was of opinion that the plant I am about to detail did not belong to the genus Anthemis. It is not my business to dispute this point here. ..."
3. Medicinal Plants: Being Descriptions with Original Figures of the Principal ...by Robert Bentley, Henry Trimen by Robert Bentley, Henry Trimen (1880)
"genus Anthemis,* Linn. B. & H., Gen., ii, p. 420. About 80 species are described, chiefly natives of Europe and the Mediterranean region. 154 154. ..."
4. The American Botanist edited by Willard Nelson Clute (1911)
"... of the genus Anthemis or Maruta may also be called daisies. They are very closely allied to the oxeye and have a pretty sleep habit, when as twilight ..."
5. Flora of the Colosseum of Rome by Richard Deakin (1855)
"The naked, conical receptacles, readily distinguish it from the following genus. ANTHEMIS, Linn. Chamomile. La Camomilla, Ital. A. cotula, Linn. ..."