desert plant

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Synonyms for desert plant

plant adapted for life with a limited supply of water

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The extract of the desert plant Imperata Cylindrica ensures 24-hour moisturising by continually regulating the cellular water equilibrium.
50 for 200mls) is, as the title suggests, quick and easy to apply, instantly absorbed and contains all sorts plant extracts including a moisturising desert plant from Australia and a complex that simulates the action of vitamin D on the skin - an essential process for skin hydration.
Because of their size and shape, saguaros are easily the most studied and most recognizable Sonoran Desert plant.
The scarcity of allometric equations coupled with the diversity of desert plant species make estimation of biomass accumulation and productivity difficult (Navar et at.
We also attempted to build another major nuclear plant in California called the Sun Desert plant located out in the desert on the Colorado River.
The traditional desert plant, which grows best in temperate weather and dry land, was especially made to grow in the hills of West Bengal.
Kieran Dillon, Revenue Customs Cites national co-ordinator, said they are not banned but officials were concerned the rare desert plant was being illegally processed.
It's a desert plant you see, and is used to weathering extended periods of drought, making it ideal for those whose thumbs are not exactly green.
A fine book that provides a chatty enough format to entice even non-gardeners, this is a pick for any general lending library interested in desert plant options.
Yulex Natural Rubber Latex is derived from Guayule, a desert plant indigenous to the U.
CLASS: Creating Ornaments from Desert Plant Fibers, 11-2 Dec 1; $31 ($25 members).
Shops and mail order firms sell millions of bottles of the juice extracted from the leaf of aloe vera - a desert plant related to the cactus.
Southwest based on guayule, a versatile desert plant that has become a commercial source of bio-based rubber latex, and a cellulosic feedstock for bioethanol and other alternative energy production.
Guayule, a desert plant, is the only domestic source for natural rubber latex and it now promises to be a safe alternative for the 8-12% of healthcare workers and their patients who suffer from tropical latex allergy, according to the study.
A rare Mexican Desert Plant at Dundee Botanic Gardens was planted in 1979 at the time of the last referendum.