Definition of Digitalis lutea
1. Noun. European yellow-flowered foxglove.
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Literary usage of Digitalis lutea
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1. Travels Through the Low Countries: Germany, Italy and France, with Curious by John Ray (1738)
"digitalis lutea magno flore CB lutea folio ... digitalis lutea Ger. lutea vel pallida parvo flore CB flora minore ..."
2. The Germ-plasm: A Theory of Heredity by August Weismann (1893)
"digitalis lutea possessed thirty-two idants and D. purpurea sixteen only, the idants in both cases consisting of the same number of ids, ..."
3. Diseases of the heart and aorta by Arthur Douglass Hirschfelder (1918)
"Morris finds the same values for digitalis grown at Minnesota but finds that digitalis lutea causes less irritation than digitalis purpurea though possessed ..."