Definition of Ramuli
1. ramulus [n] - See also: ramulus
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ramuli
Literary usage of Ramuli
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The London Journal of Botany by Sir William Jackson Hooker (1848)
"... ramuli, well distinguish this species. HERBARIUM and LIBRARY of the late DR. THOMAS TAYLOR. The Herbarium comprises 8138 sheets (the number of species ..."
2. Botanical Miscellany: Containing Figures and Descriptions of Such Plants as by William Jackson Hooker (1833)
"... in length: the branches are three or four inches long—the ramuli about an inch—the ultimate ones supporting the spikes only a few lines in length. ..."
3. Phycologia Australica; or, A history of Australian seaweeds by William Henry Harvey (1863)
"The cellular structure of the frond in this species, and especially that of the lesser branches and ramuli, is very similar to the structure of the same ..."
4. Annals and Magazine of Natural History by William Jardine (1844)
"In these it is the reverse, the branches being invariably alternate or scattered, and the ramuli as invariably opposite. Here too we never find the ..."
5. Nereis Australis, Or Algae of the Southern Ocean: Being Figures and by William Henry Harvey (1847)
"ramuli subulate, simple, alternate or frequently secund, two to three lines long. Articulations once and a half as long as broad, containing about ten tubes ..."