Antirrhinum majus

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Noun1.Antirrhinum majus - perennial native to the Mediterranean but widely cultivated for its purple or pink flowersAntirrhinum majus - perennial native to the Mediterranean but widely cultivated for its purple or pink flowers
snapdragon - a garden plant of the genus Antirrhinum having showy white or yellow or crimson flowers resembling the face of a dragon
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Growth was minimal (mean shell heights < 10 mm and snail masses < 0.3 g), but significant in snails fed Helianthus annuus (Asteraceae) (t = 4.28; df = 4; P = 0.01), Portulaca oleracea (Portulacaceae) (t = 6.17; df = 3; P < 0.01), Centaurea cineraria (Asteraceae) (t = 7.15; df = 4; P < 0.01), Solenostemon scutellarioides (Lamiaceae) (t = 9.63; df = 4; P < 0.01), and Antirrhinum majus (Plantaginaceae) (t = 11.34; df = 3; P < 0.01).
DNA demethylation often has been related to temperature induction or stress, such as Arabidopsis, maize, Antirrhinum majus and wheat (Steward et al., 2002; Hashida et al., 2003; Sherman and Talbert, 2011).
I have already ordered Nasturtium 'Black Beauty', Antirrhinum Majus 'Black Prince', Nicotiana 'Lime Green' and Mollucella Laevis will be dazzling.
The Delila (Del) and Rosea1 (ROS1) genes from the snapdragon Antirrhinum majus were concomitantly expressed to produce an anthocyanin-rich tomato, which was purple in color.
Some 240 Yorkshire schools lining the race route were each given a share of 120,000 seeds of Antirrhinum Majus Arrow Yellow, a flowering snapdragon, and asked to use their surroundings as inspiration.
Ja para flores cortadas de bocade-leao (Antirrhinum majus L.), a taxa de absorcao de diferentes solucoes foi maior nas primeiras 24 horas, seguido de decrescimo ao longo do tempo de avaliacao (VIEIRA, 2008).
They include Antirrhinum majus (Snapdragon), Calendula officinalis (Marigold), Catharanthus roseus (Madagascar Periwinkle), Celosia cultivars, Leucanthemum maximum (Shasta Daisy), Dianthus barbatus (Sweet William), Geranium species, Gomphrena (Purple Gomphrena), Mirabilis jalapa (Four o'Clock), Narcissus hybrids (Daffodil), Tagetes (African and French Marigold) Verbena cultivars and Zinnia angustifolia.
Previous work with Antirrhinum majus has demonstrated that such heterogeneity in foraging causes assortative pollen transfer among floral types (Jones, 1997;Jones et al., 1998).
Antirrhinum majus, lisianthus, Eustoma grandiflorum, sunflower, Helianthus spp., and gladiolus, Gladiolus spp.
Antirrhinum majus varieties are normally grown in Britain as half-hardy annuals, sown early with heat, spaced out in trays, gradually hardened off and planted outdoors in May.
We compare in vivo gas-exchange data and in vitro RUBISCO activity for a holoparasite (Orobanche corymbosa), a hemiparasite (Pedicularis canadensis), and a nonparasite (Antirrhinum majus) in the family Scrophulariaceae.