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variegated

(of foliage or flowers) having pale patches, usually as a result of mutation, infection, etc.

Variegated

Said to be of a material or surface that is irregularly marked with different colors.

variegated

Said of material or a surface which is irregularly marked with different colors; dappled.
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As a child, I recall saving up four weeks' pocket money to buy my first tree, at PS17 it was expensive at the time, Acer Platanoides Drummondii has magnificently variegated foliage with wide creamy margins.
For TEER evaluation, the polyphenol fractions from Red Chicory of Treviso and Variegated Chicory of Castelfranco hydrolysed extracts have been studied on Caco-2 cell monolayers to test the changes in tight-junction (TJ) permeability by TEER, the phenol red passage, and histological analysis.
Cornus alba Ivory Halo (Ivory Halo Dogwood) develops into a compact, 6-foot-tall shrub with cream-edged variegated leaves that emerge from bright-red stems.
The photograph clearly shows this is the branched inflorescence form and links to the variegated form that eventually got to Australia.
Sages that have variegated gold leaves (Salvia officinalis; 'Aurea') and those that are blushed with purple (S.
I like to mix in some variegated foliage and red or yellow hued foliage plants with the greens.
One line (M96006) possesses variegated seed color, which is conditioned by a recessive allele (Saeidi and Rowland, 1997) and the other three lines (ED47, Vimy, and CDC Bethune) are brown-seeded, which is assumed to be a dominant trait.
The photograph you sent of a burdock is an example Of a plant that has developed variegated leaves.
Yet Garfield's finely variegated analysis unearths the layered complexities of the multiple dramas of resistance and survival, accommodations and adaptation, within a process of transformation in which the indigenous population also tenaciously clings to valued elements of reconstructed tradition.
Variegated forms of culinary herbs offer three sensuous pleasures: fragrance, flavor, and multicolored foliage.
Inspired by the sod-roofed homes of Iceland and the American prairie of old, the modern living roof is a garden green that grows right over an existing roof, covering the monotonous shingle-scape with lush, variegated foliage.
This first section of the book is a lively, interesting micro-history of Bergamo and of the historical period as seen from the vantage point of a single parish, with its variegated social, economic, and religious components made alive and real.