The variegated forms need some sun to flourish and keep their variegation
Although the market for books on Afghanistan has not witnessed any dearth in quantity or in variegation
of quality in the last ten years, this history by David Isby offers excellent value to this growing corpus of works.
Plus some variegation
with cream or white, such as Phormium cooklanum Tricolor'.
And, perhaps oddest of all, each proposed single method has yielded burgeoning elaboration and variegation
Only in cultivation does variegation
get selected from offsets, improved on, and circulated.
Based on the information available we propose that in our case the chromosomal rearrangement could have separated the promoter from a distant regulatory element, or might have juxtaposed a gene with a regulatory element from another gene, or brought a gene and its regulatory element close to another gene generating competition for the regulatory element between the two genes, and finally, the rearrangement could have given rise to a position effect variegation
The endless variety and sharp individuality of its dramatis personae indicate that wayang reflects the variegation
of human life as it is felt by the Javanese.
Accepting as given that in the other theatrical arts the mixed program is the exception rather than the rule, how do we explain what you might call this variegation
Clinical features include asymmetry, border irregularity, colour variegation
, diameter greater than 6 ram.
You may encounter any number of African poinsettia cultivars, each with its own distinctive foliar variegation
These studies relied heavily on prior genetic data and provided mechanistic insight into how genetic modifiers of eye color variegation
, for example, regulate gene expression (Fischle et al.
Color change, in addition to color variegation
, often heralds melanoma, thus bolstering the need for adding an E to the ABCD mnemonic for melanoma detection, Robert J.