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botanical

[bə′tan·ə·kəl]
(pharmacology)
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Soleirolia soleirolii, by which it is known botanically, is a creeping perennial, so you need to get rid of every plant, roots and all.
It is a large group within the begonia family called fibrous begonias, known botanically as Begonia semperflorens (meaning "always flowering'').
This harmful plant, botanically named as Parthenium Hysterophorus began to take roots in Jaffna after it was brought here by the Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) in 1987.
An iron worker from West Yorkshire, Fentiman began using the recipe to produce botanically brewed ginger beer, which he delivered door-to-door using a hos rse and cart.
Fentimans, who botanically brew popular soft drinks including Curiosity Cola and Rose Lemonade are owed, according to a report filed with Companies House, PS52,284.
He was a pioneer in conducting drug discovery research on natural products, as well as on botanical supplements, employing botanically, chemically, and biologically standardized herbs, with collaborative teams of interdisciplinary scientists.
Designed for children, the natural washes are organically and botanically based and come in watermelon, bananaberry, watermelon, strawberry and cool cucumber.
Eggplants are actually fruits, and classified botanically as berries.
GLOB is an arts and crafts company that specializes in botanically crafted, vegan paints, made using fruits, vegetables, flowers, and spices.
Washington, Jan 17 ( ANI ): An all-natural, doctor-designed formula that combines botanical extracts, phytonutrients, botanically enhanced medicinal mushrooms, and antioxidants shows promise to fight aggressive prostate cancer tumours, researchers say.
Which is correct, botanically? Terry Duncan, Bridlington, Yorkshire
She closely studied the botanically related decorative elements of the monument not only to identify the plants represented but to discover the symbolic and allegorical intentions behind their representation.