Donax


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Do´nax


n.1.(Bot.) A canelike grass of southern Europe (Arundo Donax), used for fishing rods, etc.
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Chayid & Ahmed, studied the performance of activated charcoals with microwave assisted KOH from Arundo donax Linn to remove this contaminant (11).
Reproduction of Donax ventusus Poli 1795, Donax semistriatus Poli 1795 and intermediate morphotypes (Bivalvia: Donacidae) in the littoral of Malaga (southern Spain) P S.
Thus, the strategy of almost continuous game-to-genesis with incomplete spawning and redevelopment is common for tropical bivalves Donax trunculus (Gaspar et al.
Acacia radiana ; Ricinus communis ; Acacia cyanophylla ; Solanum sp; Robinia pseudoacacia are allochthonous species that arrive to play a physiognomic role in communities, and contributes to the procession of hygrophilous associated species such as (Typha latifolia ; Juncus maritimus ; Arundo donax ; Carex sp).
with scattered shrubs (Mimosa pigra, Salix exigua, Baccharis neglecta) or reeds (Arundo donax or Phragmites communis; scientific names of plants from Richardson and King, 2011).
beaucoup moins que] La canne de Provence, de son nom scientifique, Arundo Donax, est certes une plante bien adaptee la ou devrait etre installee, mais la penurie de l'eau de qualite et les quantites necessaires principalement dans le Centre du pays nous pousse a poser plusieurs interrogations sur la faisabilite de ce projet [beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-il alerte.
Seasonal variations of Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn in the edible mollusc Donax trunculus (Mollusca, Bivalvia) from the gulf of Annaba, Algeria.
donax es nativo de Asia y que posteriormente se extendio a la Cuenca del Mediterraneo, donde posiblemente se diversifico (Mariani et al.
Several species of the genus Donax are important macrofauna components in sandy beaches and show considerable burial and migration capacity that aids them in better adapting to the waves actions (Ansell, 1983; Wade, 1967a).
In many areas along Florida's east coast, small mollusks like donax and periwinkle clams make up a substantial portion of the pompano diet.
It was just a matter of time before the controversial plant Arundo Donax became the subject of a conspiracy depicted in a fictional novel.