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Synonyms for anemone

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Certain species of sea anemone live in tightly packed communities, among clonemates and non-clonemates.
Gerard recommended a bath taken in Anemone flowers and leaves to cure leprosy.
In a new study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the University of Florida scientist and colleagues found genes known to form hearts cells in humans and other animals in the gut of a muscle-less and heartless sea anemone. But the sea anemone isn't just any sea creature.
GET bees buzzing with pretty poppy anemone. You can plant Anemone coronaria in autumn or spring to have blooms through February to the end of June.
When an anemone lives on the shell of a hermit crab, it is exchanging protection for a meal - ( according to , the pair shares food and in return the crab gets to "retreat into the shell and let the stinging tentacles of the anemone ward off an attacker." The crab likes the deal so much, it will take an anemone with it ( from shell to shell.
Muscatine and Trench [3, 4] identified glycerol as a metabolite potentially translocated to animal hosts, including a coral, a giant clam, an anemone, and a zoanthid, although this earlier work was conducted with freshly isolated symbionts.
6 A surprise gift from Ashwood Nurseries arrived for me this week - and included in it were 10 pots of Anemone pavonina.
The garaban, or hell's fire sea anemone (Actinodendron plumosum), is endemic to the seas of the Indo-Pacific, sometimes known as the Indo-West Pacific, a biogeographic region comprising the tropical waters of the Indian Ocean, the western and central Pacific Ocean, and those connecting them in Indonesia.
More amazing is the case of the clown fish, which is always put in the same tank with the sea anemone because when it senses danger, it swims to hide itself in sea anemones, which is the only place where it can hide to protect itself.
Japanese anemone DON'T confuse the low growing, brightly flowered anemones you find in late spring with Japanese anemones, pictured, which bloom from late summer until the first frosts of October.