Definition of Siliquose

1. a. Bearing siliques; as, siliquose plants; pertaining to, or resembling, siliques; as, siliquose capsules.



Definition of Siliquose

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Siliquose

silicules
siliculose
silicum
silinaite
siling
silipide
siliqua
siliqua olivae
siliquaceous
siliquae
siliquas
silique
siliques
siliquiform
siliquosa
siliquose (current term)
siliquous
siliqyiform
silk
silk-cotton tree
silk-screen printing
silk cotton
silk gland
silk hat
silk oak
silk screen print
silk stocking
silk tree
silk vine

Literary usage of Siliquose

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1. The Principles and Practice of Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery by Thomas Wharton Jones (1863)
"For the extraction of siliquose cataract a section one-third of the ... Dr. Mackenzie recommends the siliquose cataract to be first detached and pushed into ..."

2. The Principles and Practice of Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery by Thomas Wharton Jones (1863)
"For the extraction of siliquose cataract a section one-third of the ... Dr. Mackenzie recommends the siliquose cataract to be first detached and pushed into ..."

3. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of the Eye by William Mackenzie, Thomas Wharton Jones (1855)
"... the axis of vision, or extract through a small opening of the cornea, as in the following case. Fig. 42. Extraction of siliquose cataract. ..."

4. A General System of Botany Descriptive and Analytical: In Two Parts by Emmanuel Le Maout, Joseph Decaisne, Joseph Dalton Hooker (1876)
"... siliquose and 2-valved, or a berry, very rarely a drupe (Royds-ia). SEEDS reniform or angular, often sunk in the pulp of the fleshy fruits, ..."

5. A Student's Text-book of Botany by Sydney Howard Vines (1896)
"The fruit is siliquose and many-seeded, or one-seeded and indehiscent. Herbaceous plants without milky latex, sometimes climbing by means of their petioles ..."

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