Definition of Genus sagina
1. Noun. Small low-growing annual or perennial herbs of temperate and cool regions.
Generic synonyms: Caryophylloid Dicot Genus
Group relationships: Carnation Family, Caryophyllaceae, Family Caryophyllaceae, Pink Family
Member holonyms: Pearl-weed, Pearlweed, Pearlwort
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Literary usage of Genus sagina
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1. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1864)
"I have come to the genus Sagina for the new edition of English Botany, and I feel great doubts as to ..."
2. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1864)
"I have come to the genus Sagina for the new edition of English Botany, and I feel great doubts as to whether or not I should include S. nivalis. ..."
3. Catalogue of Books by Perth (W.A.). Public Library (1905)
"Zoological notes and observations made on board HMS 11 Rattlesnake" during the years 1846-50. Observations on the genus sagina. An account of the researches ..."