, Stephanie Novacek uses movement to underscore subtly her role in the troubles of the kingdom; in the first scene she speaks of appeasing Juno, yet her movements suggest only extreme self-aggrandizement, not penitence.
He neither caused the wrath of the gods that resulted in the virgineating monster (his wife Cassiope
did) nor does he propose any solution beyond passive obedience.
Other roles featured American soprano Stephanie Novacek as a visually and vocally lovely Queen Cassiope
, French mezzo-soprano Marie Lenormand as Andromede, mellifluous Canadian tenor Colin Ainsworth as Mercury and the French haute-contre, Cyril Auvity, as Persee, with Monica Whicher and Alain Coulombe making welcome returns from the 2000 cast as the queen's sister, Merope, and the king's jealous brother, Phinee.
Johnstone and Henry (1995) found that there was a cyclical trade-off between vegetative growth and reproductive effort in Cassiope
tetragona (an evergreen dwarf shrub).
The sampling took place in the summer of 1993 in two plant communities dominated by Cassiope
Andromeda In Greek mythology, beautiful daughter of King Cepheus and Queen Cassiope
of Joppa in Palestine (called Ethiopia) and wife of Perseus.
Vegetation was dominated by willow (Salix glauca), dwarf birch (Betula nana), heaths (Empetrum, Ledum, Cassiope
ericaceous evergreen with delicate white bells in May ?
In the Ericoideae clade, Cassiope
is sister to remaining Ericoideae, but this is not strongly supported (<50% bootstrap).
Arctic plants and climate change: experimental and retrospective studies of Cassiope
Physiognomically similar vegetation occurs on north aspects, but includes Carex misandra (sedge) and Cassiope
tetragona with Dryas octopetala white mountain-aven) (Fig.
Historical records of climate-related growth in Cassiope
tetragona from the Arctic.
Our study investigates the nature of the climate signal in three populations of the Arctic dwarf-shrub Cassiope
tetragona using dendrochronological and stable isotope analysis techniques.
For the evergreen shrub Cassiope
tetragona and the forbs Pedicularis spp.
At Little Lake macrofossils of shrub taxa are also common: Salix herbacea, Vaccinium uliginosum, Empetrum, Arctostaphylos, Cassiope
hypnoides, and Kalmia.