Lycopodium

Lycopodium (from Greek lukos, wolf and podion, diminutive of pous, foot) is a genus of clubmosses, also known as ground pines or creeping cedar, in the family Lycopodiaceae, a family of fern-allies (see Pteridophyta). They are flowerless, vascular, terrestrial or epiphytic plants, with widely-branched, erect, prostrate or creeping stems, with smal...
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Lycopodium

• (n.) A genus of mosslike plants, the type of the order Lycopodiaceae; club moss.
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lycopodium

<botany> A genus of mosslike plants, the type of the order Lycopodiaceae; club moss. Lycopodium powder, a fine powder or dust composed of the spores of Lycopodium, and other plants of the order Lycopodiaceae. It is highly inflammable, and is sometimes used in the manufacture of fireworks, and the artificial representation of lightning. ... Or...
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Lycopodium

genus Lycopodium noun type and sole genus of the Lycopodiaceae; erect or creeping evergreen plants often used for Christmas decorations
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Lycopodium

Ly`co·po'di·um noun [ New Latin , from Greek ... wolf + ..., ..., a foot.] (Botany) A genus of mosslike plants, the type of the order Lycopodiaceæ ; club moss. Lycopodium powder , a fine powder or dust composed of the spores of Lycopodium, and other plants of the order L...
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lycopodium

Type: Term Pronunciation: lī′kō-pō′dē-ŭm Definitions: 1. The spores of Lycopodium clavatum (family Lycopodiaceae) and other species of L.; a yellow, tasteless, and odorless powder; was used as a dusting powder and in pharmacy to prevent the agglutination of pills in a box. Synonyms: club moss, vegetable sulfur &...
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Lycopodium

[n] - type and sole genus of the Lycopodiaceae
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