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Sticta

Definition of the noun Sticta

What does Sticta mean as a name of something?

Sticta is a genus of Lobariaceae.

Sticta is a genus of Crabronidae, described by Illiger in 1807.

Sticta is a section of Parmeliaceae.

Phrases with Sticta

Phrases starting with the word Sticta:

  1. Sticta Feei
  2. Sticta Rufa
  3. Sticta Dubia
  4. Sticta Erosa
  5. Sticta Ferax
  6. Sticta Filix
  7. Sticta Flava
  8. Sticta Gilva
  9. Sticta Howei
  10. Sticta Ainoae
  11. Sticta Aspera

Phrases ending with the word Sticta:

  1. Diaea sticta
  2. Doris sticta
  3. genus Sticta
  4. Oppia Sticta
  5. Bunaka Sticta
  6. Eresia Sticta
  7. Natica Sticta
  8. Piruna Sticta
  9. Serica Sticta

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Sticta

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Google previewThe Eclectic Medical Journal (1922)

Sticta. — Sticta is the remedy frequently indicated in myalgic pains often attributed to rheumatism. The pain spreads out over the back ...

Google previewThe Eclectic Practice in Diseases of Children (1884)

by John Milton Scudder

Sticta is a very fine remedy when the indications are clear as above.

Sticta is an excellent remedy for congh, relieves irritation, and improves respiration, acts kindly upon the stomach, and is one of onr best anti-rhenmatics. Rumex.

Google previewThe Eclectic Practice in Diseases of Children for Students and Practitioners (1902)

by William Nelson Mundy

Sticta is an excellent remedy for cough, relieves irritation, and improves respiration, acts kindly upon the stomach, and is one of our best anti-rheumatics. Rumex. Specific Indications. — Cough, with sensation of fullness in the chest, sighing, ...

Google previewField Guide to the Spiders of California and the Pacific Coast States (2014)

by Richard J. Adams

Crustulina sticta is a small, forest-dwelling, purplish-brown spider similar in appearance to some Steatoda. It can be recognized by its distinctive, heavily granulated carapace and sternum. Tidarren PAGE 98 Two species. Southern and Central ...

Google previewMedical Brief (1882)

Sticta is a good remedy ...

Google previewPractical Homoeopathic Therapeutics (2002)

by W. A. Dewey

Sticta is a remedy for chorea complicated with hysteria, and the movements are confined to the lower extremities; the feet and legs jump and dance in spite of all efforts to prevent them. Belladonna. Belladonna is useful in what the French term ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Plant-names (1886)

by James Britten, Robert Holland

STICTA PULMONACEA, Ach. Hazel Crottles, Hazel Rag or ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Pratical Materia Medica (1902)

by John Henry Clarke

Sticta Pulmonaria. Sticta pulmonaria. Lung-wort. N. 0. Lichenes. Tincture. (Hialeah—Angina pectoris. Anus. pain in. Asthma. Bronchitis.

Google previewA dictionary of practical materia medica (1900)

by John Henry Clarke

Sticta pulmonaria. Lung-wort. A7. 0. Lichenes. Tincture. Clinical. — Angina pectoris. Anus, pain in. Asthma. Bronchitis. Catarrh. Clergyman's sore throat. Cold. Cough. Diabetes. Diaphragm, rheumatism of. Diarrhoea. Glands, swollen. Hay-fever ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Food and Color Additives (1997)

by George A. Burdock

believed to have medicinal value in LUNGMOSS (Sticta ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)

Sticta. , Ahothecia circular, thickish, adhering closely to the thallus, to which they are attached by • the centre, while they are otherwise free ; gemmiparous plates flat, forming disks, encircled by borders of the thallus, which project beyond them.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Americana (1904)

A universal reference library comprising the arts and sciences ... commerce, etc., of the world by George Edwin Rines, Frederick Converse Beach

The cyphellae are flat or concave gaps in the lower cortical layer of the thallus of Sticta and Stictina. They are filled with variously branched hyphae of the medullary layer and probably function as organs of absorption and respiration.

Google previewThe Treasury of Botany: a Popular Dictionary of Vegetable Kingdom with which is Incorporated a Glossary of Botanical Terms Edited by John Lindley and Thomas Moore (1870)

Part 2

Sticta pulmonacea. LUNGWORT. A name given to Sticta pulmonacea, a lichen which in moist subalpine countries grows abundantly on ...

Google previewAmericanized Encyclopaedia Britannica (1893)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature, to which is Added Biographies of Living Subjects

In addition to these, many exotic lichens, belonging especially to Parmelia and Sticta (e.g., Parmelia tinctorum, Sticta argyracea), are rich in colorific matter, and, if obtained in sufficient quantity, would yield a dye in every way equal to archil.

Google previewAmericanized Encyclopedia Britannica, Revised and Amended (1890)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature; to which is Added Biographies of Livings Subjects ...

In addition to these, many exotic lichens, belonging especially to Parmelia and Sticta (e.g., Par- melia tinctorum, Sticta argyracea), are rich in colorific matter, and , if obtained in sufficient quantity, would yield a dye in every way equal to archil.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Britannica (1911)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information

In addition to these, many exotic lichens, belonging especially to Parmelia and Sticta (e.g. Parmelia tinctorum, Sticta argyracea), are rich in colouring matter, and , if obtained in sufficient quantity, would yield a dye in every way equal to archil.

Google previewThe New Werner Twentieth Century Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica (1907)

A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature, Science, History, Geography, Commerce, Biography, Discovery and Invention

In addition to these, many exotic lichens, belonging especially to Parmdia and Sticta (e. g. , Parmdia tincto- rum, Sticta argyracea), are rich in colorific matter, and, if obtained in sufficient quantity, would yield a dye in every way equal to archil.

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Scrabble value of S1T1I1C3T1A1

The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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