Dentaria


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

Dentaria

 

a genus of perennial herbs (family Cruciferae) with scaly roots. Their leaves may be pinnate, ternate, or palmate, and their large flowers are clustered in racemes. The petals may be white, pale yellow, or purple, and the fruit is a pod. About 20 species may be found in North America and Eurasia. In the USSR there are seven or eight species, of which D. bulbifera and D. quinquefolia grow in deciduous forests and glades in the European USSR and in the Caucasus. The species D. bulbifera has black bulbils that develop in leaf axils. This and other species of Dentaria are cultivated as ornamentals.

Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
A linha media dentaria e a linha imaginaria que separa os incisivos centrais superiores ou inferiores e e ela quem determina a simetria do arco no sorriso.
A atratividade fisica e sua interacao social sao campos complexos em que o impacto da desarmonia dentaria, na avaliacao social de uma pessoa, a primeira vista, nao pode ser precisamente quantificada apenas por meio de pesquisas quantitativas que mostram resultados numericos.
Only 8 specimens from this list (Callitriche intermedia, Circaea alpina, Salsola kali, Swertia perennis, Lunaria rediviva, Cakile maritima, Dentaria bulbifera, Betula nana) have survived in the herbarium.
Jundzill mentioned the places where rare species Swertia perennis, Dentaria bulbifera, and Dianthus superbus had been found, but these places are not indicated in the book.
E1 peso fue de 7,34 [+ o -] 2,44 kg (3-13 kg) y la edad aproximada por evaluacion dentaria fue 7 [+ o -] 3 anos (2-15 anos).
Dentaria laciniata Muhl: Cut-leaved toothwort; March-April; high, dry woods; frequent; USIH 922.