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  • noun

Synonyms for snowdrop

common anemone of eastern North America with solitary pink-tinged white flowers

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Galanthus nivalis is the Latin Name for which garden flower?
We are offering the classic single-flowered Galanthus nivalis, which will give you simple good looks and a sweet scent of honey.
In design, the Aethlon Hemopurifier consists of the affinity lectin Galanthus nivalis agglutinin (GNA) immobilized in the outer-capillary space of advanced plasma membrane technology.
Subsequent phylogenetic analysis and molecular modeling revealed that POL belonged to the Galanthus nivalis agglutinin (GNA)-related lectin family, which acquired unique mannose-binding specificity.
Snowdrops scientific name is Galanthus nivalis, 'Galanthus' meaning milk flower for obvious reasons.
I was working on creating a 'snowdrop carpet', using the bog-standard snowdrop, Galanthus nivalis, in both its single and double forms.
Galanthus nivalis occurs over vast areas of Europe right through to the Ukraine and has become naturalised not only in Britain and Ireland but also in Scandinavia, Holland and even regions of the United States.
robbiae has wanderlust, never staying in one place but this suits the snowdrop Galanthus nivalis, which often makes small colonies, seeding itself and spontaneously producing new bulbs.
Galanthus nivalis agglutinin (GNA)-related lectin family, a superfamily of strictly mannose-binding specific lectins, has been well-known to possess several biological functions including apoptosis-inducing activities.
I'm a fan of the single Galanthus nivalis but there are lots of others, including a plumply double G.
These are all Galanthus nivalis, the common snowdrop, but we also have a few double flowered snowdrops in other parts of the garden.
Dr Fenton's team investigated the effects of the snowdrop lectin protein, Galanthus nivalis agglutinin, or GNA, which naturally protects the plant from insects and worms.