Iridaceae

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Iridaceae

[‚ir·ə′dās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of monocotyledonous herbs in the order Liliales distinguished by three stamens and an inferior ovary.
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Stephen Oliver, Marketing Manager for AC-DC Products at International Rectifier, said, "The new IRIS4009 is rated at 15 watts in a closed frame application, and expands the IRIS family to cover power levels from 15 to 180 watts with a universal input voltage from 85 to 260 volts AC.
True crocuses on the other hand have only three stamens and they belong to the iris family.
The crocus is a member of the iris family (Iridaceae) and grows from a small corm, rather like gladioli, and, for the most part, is planted in the autumn.
Not to be confused with the frost-tender orange kaffir lily (Clivia miniata) seen in Southern California gardens, this belongs to the iris family.
He spearheaded the development and commercial introduction of The Yellow IRIS family of urinalysis workstations and is one of the key inventors of imaging flow microscopy and many other important elements of IRIS proprietary automated intelligent microscopy (AIM) technology.
Before the Iris family of products were available, the imaging production process required the expensive, timely manual labor of web designers.
Its major product lines are The Yellow IRIS family of urinalysis workstations, the PowerGene line of cytogenetic analyzers and the StatSpin line of centrifugal specimen preparation devices.
In addition to the PowerGene line of chromosome analyzers, other major IRIS product lines include the Yellow IRIS family of urinalysis workstations and the StatSpin line of centrifugal specimen preparation devices.
Its major product lines are the Yellow IRIS family of urinalysis workstations, the PowerGene line of chromosome analyzers and the StatSpin line of centrifugal specimen preparation devices.
IRIS continued to enjoy double-digit growth in sales of supplies and service as a result of the constantly expanding installed base for The Yellow IRIS family of urinalysis workstations, including its high- volume Model 900 introduced in the second quarter of 1996.
Its major product lines are the PowerGene line of chromosome analyzers, the Yellow IRIS family of urinalysis workstations and the StatSpin line of centrifugal specimen preparation devices.
25 million contract for automation of the world's largest cytogenetics testing facility with PowerGene chromosome analyzers, increased sales of The Yellow IRIS family of urinalysis products, and royalties and licensing revenues.