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Synonyms for Sagina

small low-growing annual or perennial herbs of temperate and cool regions

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The structure is given mainly by Spergularia bocconi and Parapholis incurva and other few species belonging to the Saginetea maritimae class (Brullo & Giusso, 2003), as Spergularia salina, Parapholis incurva and Sagina maritima.
Velvet-smooth and dense as moss, this chartreuse-green perennial can be either of two nearly identical plants: the more common Sagina subulata 'Aurea' or Arenaria verna 'Aurea'.
laciniata Sagina decumbens Caryophyllaceae Floyd W.
The most serious incident of the night was in Dudley where Mr Bill Sagina, aged 26, was seriously injured when chemicals exploded in a patio outside his home.
Some, such as the pearlwort Sagina, form seeds in raindrop-size cups.
M]anjar delicado del teatro, el gusto sabroso de la comedia, el sagina discendi de la latinidad, abundancia y chiste en el decir" (Barcia 4: 850), es, sin embargo, el sainete (ver Ramos 63-71).
If I had to make an invocation, sagina, I called on this little girl.
1 1 1 - 1 4 23 Arenaria pseudofrigida - - - - - - 2 Sagina intermedia - - - - - - 1 Minuartia stricta 1 - - - - 1 - Minuartia rubella 1 - - - 1 2 5 Minuartia biflora 1 - 1 - - 2 13 Melandrium apetalum - 1 - 1 - 2 7 Melandrium affine coll.
He helped negotiate the Treaty of Saginaw, he befriended the first white settlers in the area, and in 1822 he platted the "Town of Sagina.
8]-liki 251 Hu-zi-ri sukkal 260 I-gi4-ru/ri-mah sagina 12 I-mi-id-ilum sabra 46 I-su-a-ri-ik "His-arm-is-long" 209 Id-ni-suen abbr.
The systematic significance of seed morphology in Sagina (Caryophyllaceae) under scanning electron microscopy.
Because the word saala was used in the song Saala main to sahab ban gaya in Sagina more than 40 years ago.
The series was ordered by C4 off-peak editor Sagina Shabaya.
Observations on an isolated population of Sagina hispida Conant (Chaetognatha) in a tropical lagoon system of Northeast Yucatan (Mexico).