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113 Possible Causes for Planolinus, borealis

  • Scrophulariaceae

    Other members of the Rhinanthus minor aggregate, including R. borealis (Sterneck) Marshall, and dwarf plants like R. perrieri Chabert (with fuscous spotted corollas) from[nature.com] […] in racemes (clusters) on side branches of plant: Veronica scutellata (Marsh Speedwell B: Leaves basal and cauline; alternate: D: Plant villous-hirsute (furry): Synthyris borealis[flora.dempstercountry.org]

    Missing: Planolinus
  • Thiotepa

    Zhang Shufen(Institute of Plant Protection, Hebci Academy of Agricultural and Forestry Sciences); STUDIES ON CHEMOSTERILANT TH-6040 FOR ARMYWORM MOTH [J];Acta Agriculturae Boreali—Sinica[en.cnki.com.cn]

    Missing: Planolinus
  • Euphorbia

    TYPE LOCALITY: "Habitat in Europae borealis silvis. ‎[books.google.ro]

    Missing: Planolinus
  • Onychomycosis

    The specific dermoscopic findings of short spikes (P .001), long striae (P .001), aurora borealis (P .001), irregular termination (P .003), dermatophytoma (P .011), transverse[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

    Missing: Planolinus
  • Rosa Laevigata

    Group: Dicot Rank: species Kind: Name of a new Taxon Herbarium Placement: Lehmann, lower, F, 126 Authors: Published In: Flora Boreali-Americana (Michaux) 1: 295–296. 1803.[tropicos.org]

    Missing: Planolinus
  • Hallucinogen

    […] magic mushrooms mescalin microdots mushrooms orange sunshine peyote purple haze strawberry fields sugar cubes yellow sunshine angel dust noun . phencyclidine, pcp Aurora Borealis[thesaurus.com] Cactus Lophophora Williamsii LSA - Lysergic Acid Amides, found in: Ergot Hawaiian Baby Woodrose Morning Glorys Sleepy Grass Hallucinogens are also known as Angel Dust, Aurora Borealis[youthondrugs.com]

    Missing: Planolinus
  • Polyploidy

    A. borealis is a long-lived perennial, so both experiments were maintained for a 3-y period.[pnas.org] In vegetation ordinations, tetraploid and hexaploid A. borealis were allied with different plant taxa.[pnas.org] Achillea borealis belongs to the Achillea millefolium aggregate, a circumpolar group of 15 species ( 30 , 45 ).[pnas.org]

    Missing: Planolinus
  • Scalene Node Biopsy

    […] light detection and ranging (LIDAR) data were used to assess forest composition and structure for determining habitat suitability for red-cockaded woodpecker ( Picoides borealis[wwe.geoscience.net]

    Missing: Planolinus
  • Intestinal Coccidiosis

    ( J157 .88.w1) Sporulation takes 24-48 hours; the developmental cycle in the hedgehog's gut takes six to 10 days. ( B337 .3.w3) In Bears Eimeria albertensis and Eimeria borealis[wildpro.twycrosszoo.org] Size 41.5 (range 36.5 - 43.8) µm by 21.7 (range 19.0-22.3 µm), with elongate-ovoid sporocysts, 14.7 (range 10.9-18.7) by 7.7 (range 7.2-10.9) µm. ( J31 .17.w1) Eimeria borealis[wildpro.twycrosszoo.org]

    Missing: Planolinus
  • Lysimachia

    Seleucia Species: L . acroadenia – L . acuminata – L . angustiloba – L . arvensis – L . asperulifolia – L . atropurpurea – L . barbata – L . barystachys – L . borealis – L[species.wikimedia.org] The species of Lysimachia of record in the Garden, current and historical, are: Starflower , L. borealis ; Fringed Loosestrife , Lysimachia ciliata ; Moneywort , L. nummularia[friendsofthewildflowergarden.org]

    Missing: Planolinus

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