Definition of Phenogam

1. a type of seed-bearing plants [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phenogam

phenobarbital elixir
phenobarbitals
phenobarbitol
phenobarbitone
phenobarbitones
phenobarbs
phenobutiodil
phenocopied
phenocopies
phenocopy
phenocopying
phenocryst
phenocrystic
phenocrysts
phenodin
phenogam (current term)
phenogamia
phenogams
phenol
phenol coefficient
phenol glucuronosyltransferase
phenol oxidase
phenol red
phenolaemia
phenolase
phenolases
phenolate
phenolated
phenolates
phenolating

Literary usage of Phenogam

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1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1908)
"That is, because a rootless phenogam can produce no sufficient quantity of chlorophyl, and because it procures its new organic substance by theft, ..."

2. Botany for Secondary Schools: A Guide to the Knowledge of the Vegetation of by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1913)
"These terms have been objected to in recent years because their etymology does not express literal facts (phenogam refers to the fact that the flowers are ..."

3. A Handbook of Rocks for Use Without the Microscope by James Furman Kemp (1918)
"... just as in botanical usage, phenogam has yielded to phanerogam; but one form or the other is a necessity. Phonolite, volcanic rocks, of porphyritic or ..."

4. A Handbook of Rocks, for Use Without the Microscope by James Furman Kemp (1908)
"... just as in botany, phenogam has yielded to phanerogam; but one form or the other is a necessity. ..."

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