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eq·ui·se·tum

 (ĕk′wə-sē′təm)
n. pl. eq·ui·se·tums or eq·ui·se·ta (-tə)

[Latin equisaetum, horsetail : equus, horse; see ekwo- in Indo-European roots + saeta, bristle, stiff hair.]

equisetum

(ˌɛkwɪˈsiːtəm)
n, pl -tums or -ta (-tə)
(Plants) any tracheophyte plant of the genus Equisetum, which comprises the horsetails
[C19: New Latin, changed from Latin equisaetum, from equus horse + saeta bristle]

horse•tail

(ˈhɔrsˌteɪl)

n.
a nonflowering plant of the genus Equisetum, family Equisetaceae, with hollow jointed stems bearing scaly leaves and a spikelike cone bearing spores.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.equisetum - horsetailsEquisetum - horsetails; coextensive with the family Equisetaceae
fern genus - genera of ferns and fern allies
Equisetaceae, family Equisetaceae, horsetail family - sole surviving family of the Equisetales: fern allies
horsetail - perennial rushlike flowerless herbs with jointed hollow stems and narrow toothlike leaves that spread by creeping rhizomes; tend to become weedy; common in northern hemisphere; some in Africa and South America
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Any display which works to break health taboos must be good, and I found the plantation of dicksonias, cycads, equisetum and ferns exhilarating.
Krantz, Bonn, Germany), and two types of amorphous silica: silica gel (Merck, Kenilworth, NJ, USA) and bio-opal (amorphous silica of biogenic origin) obtained from Equisetum fluviatile (water horsetail) following the procedure of Bartoli and Wilding (1980).
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DAVID MORHICKMAN AIT is mare's tail, Equisetum arvense, probably the hardest weed to eradicate.
David Morhickman, by email CAROL: It is mare's tail, Equisetum arvense, probably the hardest weed to eradicate.
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For Equisetum arvense derived from different origins, discriminatory results in hierarchical cluster analysis of gene expression profiling in Saccharomyces cerevisiae were observed (Cook et al.
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