auricula


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Synonyms for auricula

yellow-flowered primrose native to Alps

a pouch projecting from the top front of each atrium of the heart

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A pesar de esto existe un vaso de importante calibre que naciendo de la cara superior de la arteria circunfleja, se distribuye por la cara anterior del atrio izquierdo, terminando luego de 6,2 cm de recorrido, en la desembocadura de la vena cava superior sobre la auricula derecha.
Woottens lists a huge range of these beguiling little primulas (primula auricula) in just about all the combination of colours imaginable.
From the average gardener's point of view there are only three main divisions to concern ourselves with - the auricula, candelabra and polyanthus groups.
Primula Auricula thrive in borders, but you can also grow them in pots.
In the great marquee, I headed straight for the W and S Lockyers Auricula Theatre.
10 young plants for pounds 11.9 Offer 2: Primula Auricula A traditional and old-fashioned style plant, bringing an element of nostalgia to your garden.
10 young plants for pounds 11.99 Offer 2: Primula Auricula. A traditional and old-fashioned style plant, bringing an element of nostalgia to your garden.
Primulas are divided into three groups: candelabra, producing rings of flowers all the way up the stem and look great at the edge of a pond or in a shady glade; auricula, evergreen types which have been highly bred and have fantastic markings suiting cottagestyle plantings; and polyanthus, the most familiar group which includes native primroses and cowslips and the bright, bold-flowered polyanthus used in spring bedding.
La auricula derecha presentaba los musculos pectinados (9, Fig.