Arenaria


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Related to Arenaria: Arenaria serpyllifolia
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Noun1.Arenaria - sandwortsArenaria - sandworts        
caryophylloid dicot genus - genus of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers
carnation family, Caryophyllaceae, family Caryophyllaceae, pink family - large family of herbs or subshrubs (usually with stems swollen at the nodes)
sandwort - low-growing chiefly perennial plant usually with small white flowers suitable for e.g. rock gardens
2.Arenaria - turnstonesArenaria - turnstones        
bird genus - a genus of birds
turnstone - migratory shorebirds of the plover family that turn over stones in searching for food
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Hartlaub (1847) identified this species as Calidris arenaria Illiger, 1811, following Lichtenstein (1823) who had stated that "specimens from Montevideo suggested that this may be the bird that Azara referred to".
SCOLOPACIDAE 8 Limnodromus griseus 114 90 0 9 Limosa fedoa 0 0 0 10 Numenius phaeopus 26 44 31 11 Actitis macularius 22 20 14 12 Tringa melanoleuca 56 75 20 13 Tringa flavipes 2 4 0 14 Tringa semipalmata 88 191 115 15 Arenaria interpres 89 45 77 16 Calidris alba 118 673 168 17 Calidris pusilla 0 85 70 18 Calidris mauri 378 904 1065 19 Calidris minutilla 76 73 29 Abundancia Acumulada 1232 2699 2004 Promedio Abundancia 65 142 105 Total de especies 17 18 15 por muestreo No.
Validation of a real-time polymerase chain reaction assay for the identification of Meloidogyne arenaria. Plant Disease, v.95, p.835-838, 2011.
It can concluded that the high protein, moderate fiber contents and high in vitro digestibility found in Ammophila arenaria, Trigonella maritime and Vicia monantha, Vicia sativa, Ononis vaginalis, Atriplex nummularia and Lycium shawii make them good quality wild forage plant species that can be used in ruminants' nutrition under Egyptian rangelands conditions.
"In even tighter places, we craned our 20-foot-long coring boat, Arenaria, into the water to reach coring sites."
As the slugs age, morula-like amoebocytes appear in the circulatory system that are similar in morphology to a fatal hemocyte neoplasia in the soft-shell clam, Mya arenaria (Mondy and Pierce, 2003).
It is widely used to control root-knot nematodes such as Meloidogyne javanica, Meloidogyne incognita, and Meloidogyne arenaria in cucumbers, melons, cantaloupes, and eggplants, which otherwise cause yield losses in excess of 20% in some crop species, with an estimated financial loss of at least USD125 billion per year.
Arenaria deflexa, which belongs to the family Caryophyllaceae was found in Wadi Ghalilah (Ra's al-Khaimah).
To support the return of natural sand dune movement and enhance habitat for the birds, the team implemented a plan to remove invasive vegetation, including European beachgrass (Ammophila arenaria), iceplant (Carpobrotus edulis) and Sydney golden wattle (Acacia longifolia).
Pobed., Ammophila arenaria (L.) Link., Leymus arenarius (L.) Hochst., which are stable, however, a very important parameter is the projection coverage of vegetation and species composition of plant communities (Fontana 2005; Labuz 2007; Hilton, Konlechner 2011).