capitatum

capitatum

/cap·i·ta·tum/ (-tum) [L.] the capitate bone.

capitatum

(kap?i-ta'tum)
Os capitatum; the third bone in the distal row of the carpus (i.e., the wrist). Synonym: os magnum
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Composition and Anti-microbiological Activity of the Essential Oils of Pelargonium capitatum L.
The collection includes pelargonium Regalia Lilac (above), Candy White, the scented variety Torento, Flower Fairy Rose and Pink Capitatum.
Native plant associates include crown brodiaea Brodiaea coronaria, winecup clarkia Clarkia purpurea, sand pygmyweed Crassula erecta, bluedicks Dichelostemma capitatum, sanicle Sanicula spp.
and Geotrichum capitatum, can be isolated from the environment and may be a constituent of the microflora of the skin and the mucosa of the respiratory and digestive tracts (6).
Acute hepatitis associated with herb (Teucrium capitatum L.
It also endangers our other two endangered plants," the Contra Costa wallflower (Erysimum capitatum var.
pachydermatis Blastoschizomyces capitatus (Geotrichum capitatum, Trichosporon capitatum) Sporobolomyces S.
A study of the variation in the essential oil and morphology of Pelargonium capitatum (L) L'Herit) (Geraniaceae).
and Geotrichum capitatum [Blastoschizomyces capitatus]).
167 Cassia alata 168 Crudia teysmannii 169 Desmodium capitatum (Burm.
Take Polygonum capitatum, whose cloverlike blossoms provide a solid blanket of color from curbside to doorway at a home in San Diego, for instance.