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globule

Astronomy a small dark nebula thought to be a site of star formation

globule

[′gläb·yəl]
(astronomy)
A black volume of cosmic dust viewed against the brighter background of bright nebulae.
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globulus reforestation on surface-soil water repellency, with a second objective to evaluate covariates of repellency (e.
The adaptive significance of juvenile versus adult leaves in Eucalyptus globulus ssp.
The leaves of Eucalyptus globulus were collected in March 2009 at Skoura (Tichoukt) near Boulmane (90 km in the south east of Fez.
Trees from Eucalyptus globulus are commonly found in Tasmania, but also are cultivated in plantation settings in subtropical climates, including California and Hawaii in the United States, and in Spain, South America and East Africa.
Eucalyptus, scientifically known as eucalyptus globulus, is another is one of those substances that has a history of usage that extends back literally centuries.
E globulus is the Tasmanian blue Gum and has a thicker crown while E Gunnii, the cider gum, is one of the most common in Britain.
Today the Andes in Peru are deforested; exotic trees, especially Eucalyptus globulus, are being planted to halt soil erosion.
Steinbauer MJ (2001) Specific leaf weight as an indicator of juvenile leaf toughness in Tasmanian bluegum (Eucalyptus globulus ssp.
The four domestic base-rate (70c) stamps depict the Golden Wattle Acacia pycnantha, Tasmanian Blue Gum Eucalyptus globulus, Waratah Telopea speciosissima and the Common Heath Epacris impressa.
Synergistic properties of the terpenoids aromadendrene and 1,8-cineole from the essential oil of Eucalyptus globulus against antibiotic-susceptible and antibiotic-resistant pathogens.
Insect pests of Tasmanian blue gum, Eucalyptus globulus globulus, in south-western Australia: History, current perspectives and future prospects.