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and relatively higher for Spondianhtus preussi and Cleistopholis patens in the lowest pressure stand.
patens dynaminrelated protein 5B-2 (PpDRP5B-2) genomic region to generate the PpPBP-GFP expression line in [DELTA]PpPbp (Fig.
Chalices and patens occupy a prominent place among the liturgical objects, because they are indispensable to the Eucharist and are also used to prepare, administer, carry, keep, or simply expose the Consecrated Species.
1995, and Li and Gallagher, 1996 (S patens and S cynosuroides, respectively) and Wang et al.
Our solution is to leaven the white mix with a little pure blue, for example meconopsis betonicifolia and the courtyard refugee salvia patens.
patens symptoms be managed through application of special creams and ointments.
Meanwhile, said the official, both sides have agreed to incorporate intellectual-property into the ECFA, including mutual acknowledgement of the priority right of patens and protection of renowned trademarks, which will be a boon for Taiwanese-invested enterprises in China.
These wetland plant communities were said to be dominated by a combination of sedges and grasses including Scirpus pungens (= Schoenoplectus pungens), Spartina patens, Fimbristylis castanea, Fuirena simplex and Rhynchospora colorata by Lonard et al.
Owen Ramsden was a prolific supplier of church plate: chalices, patens and ciboria, alms dishes and crosiers, drawing on both Gothic and Romanesque styles.
Visitors of other faiths may find this gallery too short on how the chalices, patens, thuribles and ciboria are used in the Mass.