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Both those successful but less desirable species, and the more sensitive species, such as white trillium (Trillium grandiflorum) and showy orchis, should be monitored for long-term changes in abundance.
Economic crops include coffee, coconut, and papaya; medicinals cover Artemisia and Costus; fodder and agricultural crops include Phleum, Lolium, and Triticale; horticultural species include Orchis and Allium; and forest plants are represented by Populus species.
It was 10-1 a Scottish-trained winner at the start of the competition, but two `home' second round wins plus another qualifier mean a real chance of the title staying in Scotland for the first time since Cosha Orchis in 1974.
That association and shared interest culminated, in 1968, with Bob buying his first boat, a 45-foot narrowboat he named Orchis after his love of wild orchids.
From mid-April into early May, jack-in-the-pulpit, showy orchis, and expanses of phacelia are among the most breathtaking bloomers.
The Roots of the Orchis, the Iuli of Chestnuts': The Odor of Male Solitude.
The parts of the Alfa-cyclus are as follows: Book Alpha itself, where the binary rhythm of command is conquered through impassive resistance; Orchis Militaris (1968), with its central themes of deceptive beauty and the exchangeability of executioner and victim; Exit (1971), which destroys fifteen areas of language through grotesque exaggerations and brings them to their liberating "zero point"; the in-between part Samuel, o Samuel (1973), an SOS against abuses of language that pays homage to Samuel Beckett; Dixi(t) (1979), which says a final goodbye to Flanders and fascism and welcomes a new life in the immortal light of Provence.
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TOPALAF is one of the herbal medicines including Tribulus terrestris, Orchis mascula, Phoenix dactylifera, Allium ampeloprasum, Lepidium sativus, Amygdalus communis and Ficus carica (Table 1).
Among Orchidinae, with the interesting exception of the Alpine genera, such as Nigritella, Pseudorchis, Traunsteinera, which offer nectar as reward, most of the members of related genera, with a more Mediterranean-centred distribution, including Anacamptis, Dactylorhiza, Neotinea and Orchis, are food-deceptive, i.
The last 'home' winner was Cosha Orchis way back in 1974, but there is a strong Scottish challenge this time around with Hawick-based Craig Dawson having both Ardkill Tunoco and Target Classic quoted in the top six of the betting.