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flat-topped or rounded inflorescence characteristic of the family Umbelliferae in which the individual flower stalks arise from about the same point

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The present contract is to supply successive complete feed and additives for cattle for Education and Research Station in umbel University of Warmia and Mazury.
I have assembled the best leadership team in Austin and am confident that funding and the team combined will allow our business to accelerate and crack open new industries," said HO Maycotte, founder and CEO of Umbel.
Umbel brings more than 30 years of senior executive management experience in medical device and diagnostic companies that range from small startups to major corporations.
In addition to alliums, asters, carnations, Bachelor buttons, milkweeds, mints, daisies of all kinds, coneflowers and zinnias to feed adults, they also require the availability of members of the umbels family (Queen Anne's Lace).
Umbel will be sponsoring the forum for the second time, previously exhibiting at the In-Stadium Fan Experience Summit.
The variation was highly correlated with onion seed set, with higher honey bee visitation showing higher numbers of seeds per umbel.
I counted about 20 flowers on one sphere, or umbel, and Petravich drew my attention to the lowest ring of blossoms, young and barely open.
NCUA spokeswoman Cherie Umbel said the agency had "no further comment at this time" on the most recently filed motion.
After leaf and petal fall, Up and down the graying bones, The innate structure of the flowers, You can see it when the finery is gone: How their blooming plans itself: Queen Anne--compound umbel, Exponential, known to sweep Entire fields in lacy white, coup After coup of radial symmetry.
Parsleys, fennels, and Queen Anne's lace; herbs and ornamentals from the umbel family.
of pleasure-- A California tortoiseshell Fastened to the white umbel of
The Partners project is conserving Cottonwood Spring for two endangered species, the Gila topminnow (Poeciliopsis occidentalis occidentalis) and Huachuca water umbel (Lilaeopsis schaffneriana recurva), along with the Huachuca springsnail (Pyrgulopsis thompsoni), a candidate species.