globeflower


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Related to globeflower: Trollius, Trollius europaeus

globe·flow·er

 (glōb′flou′ər)
n.
Any of several plants of the genus Trollius in the buttercup family, having palmately lobed leaves and solitary, usually yellow flowers.
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globeflower

(ˈɡləʊbˌflaʊə)
n
(Plants) any ranunculaceous plant of the genus Trollius, having pale yellow, white, or orange globe-shaped flowers
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globe•flow•er

(ˈgloʊbˌflaʊ ər)

n.
a plant of the genus Trollius, of the buttercup family, having spherical yellow flowers.
[1590–1600]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.globeflower - any of several plants of the genus Trollius having globose yellow flowersglobeflower - any of several plants of the genus Trollius having globose yellow flowers
genus Trollius, Trollius - perennial herbs of north temperate regions: globeflowers
herb, herbaceous plant - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
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Translations

globeflower

[ˈgləʊbˌflaʊəʳ] nluparia
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Award: Optaglio, Czech Republic, for its Globeflower hologram.
(2002) characterized the levels and distribution of genetic variation for the widespread European globeflower (Trollius europaeus L.) and found that levels of genetic variation among the three regions ranged from 0.158 to 0.229, which is also similar to the level of gene diversity (0.243) that Tang et al.
(8) Ayamabuki [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is a Japanese globeflower (Trollius japonicus) in the buttercup family.