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source-book of biological names and terms.
Edmund Carroll Jaeger
|Statement||Illus. by Merle Gish and the author.|
|LC Classifications||QH83 .J3 1955|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 317 p.|
|Number of Pages||317|
|LC Control Number||55008867|
The word "ericoid" is used in modern biological terminology for its literal meanings and for ogically the word is derived from two Greek roots via Latin adaptations. Firstly, the Ancient Greek name for plants now known in English as "heather" was "ἐρείκη", believed to be Latinised by Pliny as "Erica". Linnaeus, who predominantly wrote in Latin, used Erica as the . Trichonephila clavipes is a species of the genus Trichonephila indigenous to continental North and South the United States, it is commonly known as the "banana spider" and "golden silk orb-weaver".Family: Araneidae.
A source-book of biological names and terms. 3rd ed., 6th print. Latin, and other languages, with special reference to biological terms and scientific names. by Borror, Donald J. Published: Mayfield Publishing Company, 15 Book 3 Serial see all. a source-book of biological names and terms,3rd edition. jaeger,edmund c. Darwin's Dangerous Idea: Evolutions and the Meanings of Life Henderson's Dictionary of Biological Terms. Henderson, Isabella Ferguson. The Biology of Diatoms (Botanical Monographs) Macrophage Biology: Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of.
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(Edmund Carroll), Source-book of biological names and terms. Book: A source-book of biological names and terms. + Abstract: This work should be of value to scholars in most professions, whether of medicine, biology, agriculture, forestry forestry Subject Category: Disciplines, Occupations and IndustriesCited by: Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.
Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Dorothy M. Schullian. Apparently the sources indicated in medical, biological, and standard dictionaries do not satisfy this need. A further reason for the popularity of the book may be the fallen state of Greek and Latin learning in these decadent, mechanistic, modern times.
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Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Book: A source book of biological names and terms. + pp. Abstract: A short section at the beginning of this book explains how words are built up from a stem by the addition of prefixes and suffixes, and in some cases by the combination of stems and roots roots Subject Category: Anatomical and Morphological StructuresCited by: A source-book of biological names and terms.
By Edmund C. (Edmund Carroll) Jaeger. Abstract "First edition."Bibliographical references included in of access: Internet Topics: Biology, Zoology, Botany. This work inclu elements from which scientific biologic names and terms are made.
With them are the Greek, Latin or other origins and some concise definitions. The book should be most useful to students of biology. A Source-Book of Biological Names and Terms. by Jaeger E.C. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at From inside the book.
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Title:: A Source-Book of Biological Names and Terms: Author:: Jaeger, Edmund C. (Edmund Carroll), Illustrator:: Gish, Merle: Note: third edition, revised. A forb or phorb is a herbaceous flowering plant that is not a graminoid (grass, sedge, or rush).
The term is used in biology and in vegetation ecology, especially in. Bulletin of the Medical Library Association [, 33(1)] Type: Book Review. The Lamnidae are the family of mackerel or white sharks.
They are large, fast-swimming sharks, found in oceans name of the family is formed from the Greek word, lamna, which means fish of prey, and was derived from the Greek legendary creature, the : Chondrichthyes.Meanings of scientific names of wild and domesticated mammals of Arkansas.
Aeorestes— from the Greeke Greek aiōreō meaning “to hover, flit about” and edestēs meaning “an eater.” cinereus —Latin for “ashen” or “gray.”. Baiomys— from the Greek baios meaning “slim, small, feeble” and mys meaning “mouse.” taylori —a patronym honoring William Taylor who provided.Book.
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