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genets

In Early English style architecture, cusps in the arch of a doorway.
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In order to study the seasonal variation of the diet of the common genet, we were collecting the dropping from July 2012 to April 2013 (Table 1).
Larger genets, based on counts of ramets, produce more flowers, suggesting an importance of a larger floral display.
We observed vegetative and reproductive traits and survival of genets from the point of view of species biology; therefore, the flower heads were not harvested.
The aim of the present study was to investigate variation in leaf shape among nine genets of white clover and the consequence for nondestructive estimates of leaf area.
Genets are relatively common in Spain but their stealthy, nocturnal habits mean few people ever glimpse one.
Genets are iteroparous (but their modules are semelparous), reach sexual maturity and are capable of developing more than one module in the first two years (Sanchez-Velasquez & Lorente-Adame 1993, Lorente-Adame & Sanchez-Velasquez 1996).
Examining data on patterns of trunk growth and pollen-cone production, we test the hypotheses that different genets growing together experience both (1) lower radial growth rates and (2) lower pollen-cone production per genet relative to single-trunk and multi-trunk genets.
Meanwhile, Sky & Telescope's repeated efforts to reach the Genets for comment failed.
The facts, the reputation, the books, even Saint Genet: already four Genets.
Genets produce one or more flowering ramets 4-8 (-11) dm in length.