Arracacha, ar-a-kach′, n. an umbelliferous plant with esculent roots, native to the northern parts of South America.
Lucerne and prangos (an umbelliferous plant) are used as fodder.
It has a very powerful odour, resembling that of some of the umbelliferous plants, and is unaffected by caustic potassa.
Hemicarp, half-fruit, one carpel of an umbelliferous plant, 121.
This sheath is comparatively rare in dicotyledons, but is seen in umbelliferous plants.
Mericarp, one carpel of the fruit of an umbelliferous plant, 121.
The latter were those of an umbelliferous plant, oblong, tuberous, and in taste resembling a parsnip.
There are several other umbelliferous plants which are poisonous.
The umbelliferous plants proclaim the fourth season of insects, particularly the wild carrot and parsnip.
They are umbelliferous, and mostly perennial, herbaceous plants, but a few are biennial.