niveus

niveus

[′niv·ē·əs]
(biology)
Snow-white in color. Also spelled niveous.
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Production and biochemical characterization of xylanase from an alkalitolerant novel species Aspergillus niveus RS2.
Manubzhithang, a Tibetan medicine found in different regions of China, contains one of the three Rubus species: Rubus amabilis, Rubus niveus and Rubus sachalinensis.
Life-history notes on the whitefin shiner, Notropis niveus (Pisces, Cyprinidae).
Alpha-amylase from Bacillus subtilis, glucoamylase from Rhizopus niveus Lyophilized and cellulase from Aspergillus niger were purchased from MP Biomedicals, United States.
In North America, there are four main Oecanthus species groups: nigricornis, niveus, rileyi and varicornis (Walker 1962a; Walker 1963: Walker & Collins 2010).
A framboseira negra (Rubus niveus Thunberg), tambem conhecida como raspberry-de-mysore e raspberry-do-morro, adapta-se bem nas regioes de inverno ameno e com temperaturas moderadas.
Plantas caracteristicas de la tierra caliente de muchas regiones de Mexico, que forman parte principalmente del bosque tropical caducifolio, pero que pueden encontrarse tambien en algunos matorrales xerofilos, como: Acacia farnesiana, Albizia occidentalis, Aphananthe monoica, Celtis iguanaea, Cissampelos pareira, Croton niveus, Guazuma ulmifolia, Lysiloma acapulcense, L.
FG, PF, SW 36 Orthoptera latipennis Riley MN 2 Orthoptera niveus (De Geer) DI, FG, LT, PF, SW 16 Orthoptera species 1 FG, PF, SW 9 Orthoptera brevipes Scudder PF 4 Orthoptera arenosa Burmeister DI 1 Orthoptera armata Morse DI 1 Orthoptera lateralis (Say) DI, PF, SW 6 Orthoptera triops (L.
1 ha fueron: Platymiscium pinnatum (Leguminosae), con 103 individuos; Guapira uberrima (Nyctaginaceae), con 47, Tabebuia billbergii (Bignoniaceae), con 42, y Croton niveus (Euphorbiaceae), 35; con excepcion de esta ultima que tiene porte arbustivo, las demas son arboles de porte mediano, todas caracteristicas de bosques secos del Caribe colombiano.
Troplowitz called his cream 'Nivea', derived from the Latin words niveus /nivea /niveum, meaning snow white.