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rock plant

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(Plants) any plant that grows on rocks or in rocky ground
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Noun1.rock plant - plant that grows on or among rocks or is suitable for a rock gardenrock plant - plant that grows on or among rocks or is suitable for a rock garden
plant life, flora, plant - (botany) a living organism lacking the power of locomotion
lithophyte, lithophytic plant - plant that grows on rocks or stony soil and derives nourishment from the atmosphere
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Background: Stenodactylin is a highly toxic plant lectin purified from the caudex of Adenia stenodactyla, with molecular structure, intracellular routing and enzyme activity similar to those of ricin, a well-known type 2 ribosome-inactivating protein.
Por ejemplo, adenoma (tumor de una glandula) o adenia (enfermedad de los ganglios).
Table 1: Edible semi-wild and wild plants from south Ethiopia screened nutritional and non-nutritional compositions Scientific name Local name (c) Family Adenia ellenbekii Harms Armulo (1), Qaqula (2) Passifloraceae Amaranthus graecizans L.
Developmental patterns in anatomy are shared among separate evolutionary origins of stem succulent and storage root-bearing growth habits in Adenia (Passifloraceae).
Iranian driver Muhammed Ali Dadres, security chief working at Agri Security Department, Aydin Guzel, Iranian citizens Adenia Futuh Abadi and Behnan Hemmati were killed in the accident.
The major hindrance for conventional propagation of Adenia hondala is its poor seed set and seed germination.
Participo de forma muy activa en las sesiones cientificas de la sociedad diversos temas como: hemiplejia (147), diatesis (148), catalepsia (149), analisis y clasificacion de las agues (150), diabetes sacarina (151), pellagra (152), herpetismo (153), adenia (154), ulcera gastrica (155), menstruacion (156), litiasis urica (157), artritis de rodilla (158), escrofulosis (159), tuberculosis osea (160), instalaciones hidroterapicas (161) o mesas de regimen (162); asi como en la sesion necrologica dedicada a D.
currorii (Vitaceae); Adenia pechuelii (Passifloraceae); Sterculia quinquiloba (Sterculiceae); and Ceraria namaquensis (Portulacaceae).