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tritonia

(traɪˈtəʊnɪə)
n
(Plants) any plant of the perennial cormous S African genus Tritonia, with typically scarlet or orange flowers: family Iridaceae
[New Latin, from Greek Tritōn Triton1]
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Tritonia Scientific is part of the growing cluster of marine-focused businesses at the European Marine Science Park at Dunstaffnage, near Oban.
Analysis of a Tritonia diomedea CNS transcriptome disclosed a [beta] subunit of the [GABA.sub.A] receptor, a [GABA.sub.B1], metabotropic receptor, glutamate decarboxylase, a vesicular GABA transporter, and a plasma membrane GABA transporter (Senatore et al., 2015).
In a perspective paper published in the journal Ecology Letters, a team of researchers from the University of California, Davis suggests that for many species, such as a Tritonia nudi-branch--a small member of the mollusk family that's spotted in the Red Sea only once every few years--rarity is not a guarantee of impending extinction.
Esquivam-se as serpentes deslizando na direcao dos altos santuarios; o abrigo da cruel Tritonia (12) buscam, aos pes da deusa e junto ao seu escudo (13).
Gomaa [15] on amaryllis, Al-Humaid [6] on Fennel, Youssef et al., [46] on Ocimum sanctum, Al-Ahl [5] on Dill, Hanan Ali [17] on Thyme, Samia and Mahmoud [34] on Tritonia crocata, Nasiri et al., [30] on Chamomile, Khalifa et al., [21] on Iris, Heidari et al., [20] on sesame, Yadegari [42] on Thyme, Galavi et al., [14] on safflower, Yarnia et al., [44] on Purple coneflower and Younis et al., [45] on Rosa hybrida they found that spraying micronutrients increased essential oils and micronutrients in plants.
We correct the previous erroneous identification of nephrocysts as eyespots in the hatching planktotrophic larvae of the nudibranchs Tritonia festiva and Janolus fuscus.
canina, Veronica chamaedrys and Tritonia x crocosmiflora +, Euphorbia hyberna and Stachys officinalis 1, Brachypodium rupestre 2 in 14; Juncus effusus + and Myrica gale 1 in 15; Prunus avium +, Dryopteris filix-mas, Polygonatum verticillatum and Sorbus aucuparia 1 in 16; Aquilegia vulgaris and Myosotis sp.
John had been building the 27ft cabin cruiser in his spare time and was going to christen the vessel Tritonia. Our picture shows the moment that the cabin cruiser was swung clear of the house before being placed on the waiting trailer in June 1980..
Due to the high demand from the British market, they evolved into Tritonia developers in 1993.
Tritonia casside fulva caelatum Typhona gerit, qui summa peremptus ima parte viget, moriens et parte superstes.