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As Jessica Zebrine Gray correctly observes, she is "a liminal child born betwixt-and-between fantasy and reality" (172).
The efficiencies of the solar cells sensitized with the extracts of Tradescantia zebrine, kapok, and pitaya skin were up to 0.23%, 0.3%, and 0.17%, respectively.
Samples collection: Some typical plant leaves in hearty growing period were chosed such as Bambusa phyllostachys pubescens, Nelumbo nucifera aertn, Ginkgobiloba Linn, Syringa oblate Linn(Var giraldii), Canna indica Linn(generalis), Calathea zebrine'Humilior', Begonia masoniana, Callistephus chinensis.
IT IS easy to take cuttings of greenhouse or tender plants such as pilea, tradescantia, impatiens and zebrine now.
The salient feature of the dentary (ET 5360) is the deep ectoflexid penetration of the metaconid-metastylid isthmus on all three molars, the so-called "zebrine" style of lower molars (see MacFadden 1992: Fig.