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Quince Quince, n. [Prob. a pl. from OE. quyne, coin, OF. coin, cooin, F. coing, from L. Cydonius a quince tree, as adj., Cydonian, Gr. ? Cydonian, ? ? a quince, fr. ? Cydonia, a city in Crete, ? the Cydonians. Cf. Quiddany.] 1. The fruit of a shrub (Cydonia vulgaris) belonging to the same tribe as the apple. It somewhat resembles an apple, but differs in having many seeds in each carpel. It has hard flesh of high flavor, but very acid, and is largely used for marmalade, jelly, and preserves. 2. (Bot.) a quince tree or shrub. Japan quince (Bot.), an Eastern Asiatic shrub (Cydonia, formerly Pyrus, Japonica) and its very fragrant but inedible fruit. The shrub has very showy flowers, usually red, but sometimes pink or white, and is much grown for ornament. Quince curculio (Zo["o]l.), a small gray and yellow curculio (Conotrachelus crat[ae]gi) whose larva lives in quinces. Quince tree (Bot.), the small tree (Cydonia vulgaris) which produces the quince.


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- cydonia. s , ɨ , ˈ , d , oʊ , n , i , ə may refer to: cydonia (goddess), a surname of the ancient greek goddess athena. 1106 cydonia , a main
- cydonia. s , ɨ , ˈ , d , oʊ , n , i , ə , , , s , aɪ , ˈ , d , oʊ , n , i , ə is a region on the planet mars that has attracted both
- cydonia or kydonia (greek Κυδωνία, 'quince') was an ancient city-state on the northwest coast of the island of crete . it is at the site
- cydonia is the fifth studio album by the orb , released on island records in the uk and mca records in the us. alex paterson and thomas
- quince, cydonia oblonga, is the sole member of the genus cydonia in the family rosaceae (which also contains apples and pear s).
- 'knights of cydonia' is a song by english alternative rock band muse and is the closing track on the british release of their 2006 album
- 1106 cydonia. s , ɨ , ˈ , d , oʊ , n , i , ə is a main belt asteroid orbiting the sun . it was discovered by karl wilhelm reinmuth on
- cydonia group may refer to: a former tentative grouping of four plant genera that are now considered part of tribe maleae (in the rose
- it is closely related to the european quince genus cydonia but one notable difference is the serrated leaves . in china , the species is
- teaching the art of shipbuilding or navigation in a temple at phrixa in elis , which was reportedly built by clymenus, she was known as cydonia


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Quince Quince, n. [Prob. a pl. from OE. quyne, coin, OF. coin, cooin, F. coing, from L. Cydonius a quince tree, as adj., Cydonian, Gr. ? Cydonian, ? ? a quince, fr. ? Cydonia, a city in Crete, ? the Cydonians. Cf. Quiddany.] 1. The fruit of a shrub (Cydonia vulgaris) belonging to the same tribe as the apple. It somewhat resembles an apple, but differs in having many seeds in each carpel. It has hard flesh of high flavor, but very acid, and is largely used for marmalade, jelly, and preserves. 2. (Bot.) a quince tree or shrub. Japan quince (Bot.), an Eastern Asiatic shrub (Cydonia, formerly Pyrus, Japonica) and its very fragrant but inedible fruit. The shrub has very showy flowers, usually red, but sometimes pink or white, and is much grown for ornament. Quince curculio (Zo["o]l.), a small gray and yellow curculio (Conotrachelus crat[ae]gi) whose larva lives in quinces. Quince tree (Bot.), the small tree (Cydonia vulgaris) which produces the quince., Quince Quince, n. [Prob. a pl. from OE. quyne, coin, OF. coin, cooin, F. coing, from L. Cydonius a quince tree, as adj., Cydonian, Gr. ? Cydonian, ? ? a quince, fr. ? Cydonia, a city in Crete, ? the Cydonians. Cf. Quiddany.] 1. The fruit of a shrub (Cydonia vulgaris) belonging to the same tribe as the apple. It somewhat resembles an apple, but differs in having many seeds in each carpel. It has hard flesh of high flavor, but very acid, and is largely used for marmalade, jelly, and preserves. 2. (Bot.) a quince tree or shrub. Japan quince (Bot.), an Eastern Asiatic shrub (Cydonia, formerly Pyrus, Japonica) and its very fragrant but inedible fruit. The shrub has very showy flowers, usually red, but sometimes pink or white, and is much grown for ornament. Quince curculio (Zo["o]l.), a small gray and yellow curculio (Conotrachelus crat[ae]gi) whose larva lives in quinces. Quince tree (Bot.), the small tree (Cydonia vulgaris) which produces the quince., Cydonin Cy*do"nin (s?-d?"n?n), n. (Chem.) A peculiar mucilaginous substance extracted from the seeds of the quince (Cydonia vulgaris), and regarded as a variety of amylose.


Wiki for Cydonia-vulgaris.

- cydonia vulgaris malus domestica mespilus germanica prunus armeniaca prunus cerasifera prunus cerasus prunus dulcis prunus laurocerasus
- berberis vulgaris , common barberry. broad beans coffea arabica - host plants affected: cydonia - quince. euphorbia maculata, spotted spurge
- citrullus vulgaris (watermelon) verticillium susceptible plants : cydonia oblonga (quince) cynara cardunculus (globe artichoke)
- food plants: crataegus , cydonia oblonga , malus , pyrus , sorbus b. benacicolella: species: food plant: artemisia vulgaris b. ochristrigella
- a : abies balsamea var. balsamea (n artemisia vulgaris var. vulgaris (i) arthraxon hispidus (i) c : cydonia oblonga (i) cymbalaria muralis (i)
- the red kidney bean phaseolus vulgaris and other mesophyte s these (pyrus communis) and quince s (cydonia oblonga) and those of the shoot
- beet , beta vulgaris hover flies, honey bees , solitary bees , little , quince , cydonia oblonga mill. , honey bees , fruit , temperate ,
- dropwort , filipendula vulgaris , , meadowsweet quince , cydonia oblonga , , chinese quince , chaenomeles speciosa , ,
- apricot (prunus armeniaca or armeniaca vulgaris ) araza (eugenia stipitata ) q : quince (cydonia oblonga and chaenomeles ) r