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Egg masses of Petrusa epilepsis on Stachytarpheta jamaicensis (blue porterweed) (A) and Hamelia patens (firebush) (B, C).
and relatively higher for Spondianhtus preussi and Cleistopholis patens in the lowest pressure stand.
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.
However, Morus rubra was only observed in the northern segment, and Spartina patens was not observed in the southern segment.
Bryophytes like moss Physcomitrella patens are thought to closely resemble the first land plants in their gametophyte-dominated life cycles, lack of lignified vascular tissue, and morphology.
However, under the conditions used in this experiments, basal segments of leaves were unable to regenerate shoots, coincident with previous reports of Li et al., 1995, and Li and Gallagher, 1996 (S patens and S cynosuroides, respectively) and Wang et al., 2003 (S.
The team used the modern moss, Physcomitrella patens for their study.
Then the salvia patens began to flower and at that point we understood the meaning of true blue.
The patens span various wireless technologies including 4G, data networking, optical, voice, internet, service provider, semiconductors and other patents.