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Synonyms for bloom

Synonyms for bloom

the showy reproductive structure of a plant

a condition or time of vigor and freshness

a fresh rosy complexion

to bear flowers

to grow rapidly and luxuriantly

a relatively long, straight, rigid piece of metal or other solid material

Synonyms for bloom

the organic process of bearing flowers

the best time of youth

a rosy color (especially in the cheeks) taken as a sign of good health

the period of greatest prosperity or productivity

a powdery deposit on a surface

produce or yield flowers

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Okinawa, Japan's southernmost prefecture, for example, always produces the first blooms, and Hokkaido the last, where in some years, the blooming season extends into May.
'We are looking at how to utilise algal blooms for commercial purposes.
Algae blooms color the landscape throughout the world, and are not new to lakes and rivers.
Doucette, "Prokaryotes in association with a toxic Alexandrium lusitanicum in culture," in Harmful Marine Algal Blooms, P.
Every spring, waters in the North Atlantic Ocean explode into green and white patches as countless microscopic marine plants bloom. The burst, scientists had assumed, is fueled by longer days, more sunlight, and warmer waters.
In particular, they are concerned about the-possibility that the consumers of phytoplankton may be unable to match the earlier blooms and avoid disruptions of critical life-cycle stages such as egg hatching and larval development.
Using satellite data from 1997-2010 depicting ocean colour and phytoplankton production, they found that the spring blooms have been arriving up to 50 days earlier in some areas over this 10-year period.
Fern Otawa, a member of the Glen Morris Communities in Bloom Committee, displayed two awards received from the Ontario Communities in Bloom Committee--the Five Blooms Award and the Tidiness Award.
Huge algal blooms in the Indian Ocean dance to their own rhythm.
Wyevale, the Hereford-based garden centre chain, has announced a twin strategy which will see it using the Blooms of Bressingham name it bought earlier this year.
Harmful algal blooms that produce domoic acid are increasing, possibly due to warming ocean waters and human impacts such as farm and sewage runoff.
"Much of the drama and beauty of exotic blooms is in their unusual, long stems," she notes.
By the late 1930s, Blooms Nurseries had become the largest of its kind in the UK.
Buds and blooms are bursting into colour in Saltburn as the town prepares for floral contest judges to make their annual visit.
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