"saponaria vaccaria," with its curious angled calyx and pretty pink flower.
So in saponaria, in Dianthus, and other Caryophylleæ, three and four verticils of stamens have been met with.
This saponaria officinalis however differs too much from the remaining properties255 of the struthium.
In the flowers of saponaria officinalis Dr. Masters has observed instances of both marginal and free central placentation.
The bark of Quillaia saponaria renders water frothy and is used as a detergent by wool dyers.
Twenty-eight species of diurnal Lepidoptera have been collected upon a single variety of saponaria.
Saponarin, a glucoside found in saponaria officinalis, is a related compound.
A handsome wild plant of this order is the Soapwort (saponaria officinalis).
The saponin separated from saponaria, and from the corn cockle will be here described.
Infusum saponari, L. From soap-wort root (saponaria officinalis).