Definition of Genus sapindus

1. Noun. Type genus of the Sapindaceae.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Sapindus

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
genus Sarcophilus
genus Sarcoptes
genus Sarcorhamphus
genus Sarcostemma
genus Sarda
genus Sardina

Literary usage of Genus sapindus

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1. Maryland Geological Survey by Maryland Geological Survey (1906)
"Near the headwaters of Island Creek, Calvert County. Collections.—Maryland Geological Survey. Family SAPINDACEAE. Genus SAPINDUS Linne. ..."

2. Reports Dealing with the Systematic Geology and Paleontology of Maryland by Maryland Geological Survey (1906)
"Near the headwaters of Island Creek, Calvert County. Collections.—Maryland Geological Survey. Family SAPINDACEAE. Genus SAPINDUS Linne. ..."

3. Chambers's encyclopædia by Chambers W. and R., ltd (1874)
"... properties are very generally developed — also a saponaceous principle, especially in the genus Sapindus (see SOAP ..."

4. Useful wild plants of the United States and Canada by Charles Francis Saunders (1920)
"... of the world's most famous soap plants—namely, certain species of the genus Sapindus, trees or shrubs native to the warmer regions of both hemispheres. ..."

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