[gohl-duh n-seel] /ˈgoʊl dənˌsil/
a plant, Hydrastis canadensis, of the buttercup family, having a thick yellow rootstock.
Also called hydrastis. the rhizomes and roots of this plant, formerly used in medicine as an astringent and to inhibit bleeding.
a ranunculaceous woodland plant, Hydrastis canadensis, of E North America, whose thick yellow rootstock contains such alkaloids as berberine and hydrastine and was formerly used medicinally
- Orange roughy
/ˈrʌfɪ/ noun (pl) roughies 1. a marine food fish, Hoplosthenus atlanticus, of S Pacific waters
noun, Plant Pathology. 1. a disease of blackberries and raspberries, characterized by an orange, powdery mass of spores on the undersides of the leaves and stunted, misshapen foliage, caused by a rust fungus, Gymnoconia interstitialis.
[awr-inj-ree, or-] /ˈɔr ɪndʒ ri, ˈɒr-/ noun, plural orangeries. 1. a warm place, as a greenhouse, in which orange trees are cultivated in cool climates. /ˈɒrɪndʒərɪ; -dʒrɪ/ noun (pl) -eries 1. a building, such as a greenhouse, in which orange trees are grown
[awr-inj, or-] /ˈɔr ɪndʒ, ˈɒr-/ noun 1. a globose, reddish-yellow, bitter or sweet, edible citrus fruit. 2. any white-flowered, evergreen citrus trees of the genus Citrus, bearing this fruit, as C. aurantium (bitter orange, Seville orange, or sour orange) and C. sinensis (sweet orange) cultivated in warm countries. 3. any of several other citrus trees, […]