Definition of Genus sanguinaria

1. Noun. One species: bloodroot.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Sanguinaria

genus Salix
genus Salmo
genus Salmonella
genus Salpa
genus Salpichroa
genus Salpiglossis
genus Salpinctes
genus Salsola
genus Salvadora
genus Salvelinus
genus Salvia
genus Salvinia
genus Sambucus
genus Samia
genus Samolus
genus Sanguinaria
genus Sanicula
genus Sansevieria
genus Santalum
genus Santolina
genus Sanvitalia
genus Sapindus
genus Saponaria
genus Saprolegnia
genus Sarcobatus
genus Sarcocephalus
genus Sarcochilus
genus Sarcocystis
genus Sarcodes
genus Sarcophaga

Literary usage of Genus sanguinaria

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1. American Medical Botany: Being a Collection of the Native Medicinal Plants by Jacob Bigelow (1817)
"It is the only species we at present possess of the genus Sanguinaria, distinguished by a two leaved calyx eight petals, and an oblong capsule, ..."

2. American Medical Botany: Being a Collection of the Native Medicinal Plants by Jacob Bigelow (1817)
"It is the only species we at present possess of the genus Sanguinaria, distinguished by a two leaved calyx eight petals, and an oblong capsule, ..."

3. A Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica by John Henry Clarke (1902)
"The Blood-root, or Puccoon, commonly found throughout the United States and Canada, is the sole representative of the genus Sanguinaria of the Papaveraceae. ..."

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