Stolonifera

Stolonifera

[‚stäl·ə′nif·rə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of the Alcyonaria, lacking a coenenchyme; they form either simple (Clavularia) or rather complex colonies (Tubipora).
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Fucosterol, obtained from brown algae Ecklonia stolonifera, resulted in a decrease of lipid accumulation in 3T3-L1 pre-adipocytes.
stolonifera realizada por Winston (1982), Hill (2001) y Ramalho et al.
Cornus alba will tolerate wet or dry conditions but if you have really wet ground, the North American species Cornus stolonifera revels in damp conditions.
Coppicing is a good way to get the most out of Cornus alba and Cornus stolonifera.
Cornus alba will tolerate wet or dry conditions but if you've got really wet ground, the North American species Cornus stolonifera revels in damp conditions.
Differential taxa of the alliance (against the other alliances of the order): Agrostis stolonifera subsp.
Pyura stolonifera (Heller, 1878) (Dalby, 1997), and Cystodites dellechiajei (Della Valle, 1877) However, it is worth emphasizing that intraspecific polymorphism also occurs within ascidians.
stolonifera would be to transfer these traits from another species.
Indeed, the reviewer, probably John Templeton, another of the natural leaders circle, attacked Richardson for his refusal to use the universally recognized scientific Linnaean description of the grass as Agrostis stolonifera.
grow mainly due to buds of underground structures, whereas species having in the structure a large number of shortened stolon-type shoots (Agrostis stolonifera L.
stolonifera 'Flaviramea' produces yellow stems and looks effective grown against a red-bark variety.
stolonifera which has contrasting yellow-green stems.