coronarium

coronarium

In ancient Rome, stucco work applied to the decoration of a cornice or projecting molding.
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coronarium utilizing the commonly used media (MS) (Murashige and Skoog, 1992), which has been used for regeneration of angiosperms (Taha and Tijan, 2002).
coronarium fresh flowerheads have shown antibacterial activity (6), also C.
Meteorologorum qui vere non est meteorologicus"; coronarium 3: "Subjectum libri 4.
It's a shame crown daisy (Chrysanthemum coronarium, now Glebionis coronaria) had its botanical name changed, since the word chrysanthemum combines the Greek for gold (chrysos) and for flower (anthos)-a perfect description for this lovely annual, which usually has yellow petal-like rays and a yellow central disk.
492 Polypodiaceae Dipteris conjugata 493 Drynaria quercifolia 494 Microsorum sarawakensis 495 Platycerium coronarium 496 Polypodium verrucosum 497 Schizaceae Lygodium flexuosum 498 Lygodium microphyllum 499 Schizaea dichotoma 500 Selaginellaceae Selaginella sp.
Necropsy revealed the presence of one species of pentastome (Sebekia mississippiensis), three species of nematodes (Dujardinascaris waltoni, Brevimulticaecum baylisi, Brevimulticaecum tenuicolle) and eight species of trematodes (Acanthostomum coronarium, Acanthostomum loossi, Acanthostomum pavidum, Archaeodiplostomum acetabulata, Crocodilicola pseudostoma, Dracovermis occidentalis, Polycotyle ornata and Pseudocrocodilicola georgiana).
21, 94] Zingiberaceae Hedychium coronarium Konig [141, 174, 268] H.
1992) report superior rate of wool growth in sheep fed (tannin-containing) Hedysarum coronarium apparently due to increased post-ruminal supply of amino acids.
For example, grazing on Hedysarum coronarium has been shown to have a positive impact on the productivity of meat and dairy sheep (Bonanno et al.