Siliqua


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Siliqua

 

(1) An ancient Roman unit of weight or measure equal to 1/728 of a libra (327.45 g) or one-sixth of a scripulum (0.19g).

(2) A Roman and Byzantine silver coin. First issued in A.D. 323, it was equal to 1/24 of a gold solidus. During the fifth and sixth centuries it was used as the basic monetary unit of the Byzantine Empire. With the fall of the Byzantine Empire the sili-qua went out of use.

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Mustard cultivar RGN-236 recorded significantly highest stomatal conductance at flowering stage and at siliqua initiation stage (42.
IC 355399A which has a peculiar siliqua orientation in bunches that puts it into a separate category.
honey of Kaliteus), Ceratonia siliqua (honey of Kharoub), Bupleurum spinosum (honey of Santase), Dittrichia viscosa (honey of Bayramane) or Globularia alypum (honey of Taslgha, very spicy taste).
The Ceratonia siliqua (Algarrobo tree, Carob tree) is an evergreen tree which belongs to the Fabaceae (pea) family.
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Nerves have also been observed in the interlamellar septa in Solen marginatus and Ensis siliqua (Atkins, 1937), Mercenaria (Gainey et al.
Carob powder is produced from the pods of the tree Ceratoma Siliqua which grows in the Mediterranean.
We might still be able to jingle angels, crowns, nobles, laurels, guineas, sovereigns, unites, groats, sceats, siliqua, testerns, shillings or who knows what evocative and expressive coins in our purses and pockets.
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Gilbert (later conducted by John Otterbien Snyder, 1867-1943), clam studies (razor clams, Siliqua alta, and other spp.
The understory was mainly Pistacia lentiscus, and the surrounding vegetation was a mixture of abandoned Olea europaea groves, dense-to-open maquis dominated by Quercus calliprinos, Phillyrea media, Pistacia lentiscus, and Ceratonia siliqua, and dense-to-open shr ubland (batha) dominated by Sarcopoterium spinosum, Cistus spp.