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Systematic distribution of foliar trichome types in Croton (Euphorbiaceae)
Abstract Variation in foliar trichomes in Croton (Euphorbiaceae) is reviewed, and the terminology clarified by redefinitions and illustrations of terms. Evolution of trichome types appears to proceedExpand
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THE TECTONIC FRAMEWORK AND REGIONAL HYDROCARBON PROSPECTIVITY OF THE GULF OF ADEN
The Gulf of Aden rifting predates that in the Red Sea. Isolated sub-basins developed during the earliest Oligocene following a major emergent (erosional) period during the latest Eocene. MarineExpand
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Production of raw sugar from sorghum juices
Research undertaken in the Food Crops Utilization Research Laboratory of the Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Weslaco, Texas, to explore practical means of producing aExpand
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Modification of vegetable oils
Summary1. Selective hydrogenation, followed by fractional crystallization from a solvent, has been used to prepare from cottonseed oil a hard butter, very similar to cocoa butter.2. The new productExpand
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Anatomical and biomechanical characteristics of human meniscofemoral ligaments
The meniscofemoral ligaments (MFL) of 26 human cadaver knees were studied to determine their structural importance. The incidence of at least one MFL in each of the specimens studied was 100%, andExpand
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Relationship between Vital Staining and Subculture Growth during the Senescence of Plant Tissue Cultures.
The vital staining properties of rose cultures (Rosa cv Paul's Scarlet) of increasing age were compared with their ability to be subcultured. At 4-day intervals beginning on day 14, after cellExpand
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The Use of Sulphamezathine for Inhibiting Proteus Spp. on Baird‐Parker's Isolation Medium for Staphylococcus aureus
Summary: The addition of 50 μg of sulphamezathine/ml to egg-tellurite-glycine-pyruvate agar was effective in suppressing the growth and swarming of Proteus spp. Small numbers of Staphylococcus aureusExpand
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A NEW HYDROCARBON “PLAY” AREA OFFSHORE SOCOTRA ISLAND, REPUBLIC OF YEMEN
A new plate reconstruction has enabled the Island of Socotra, currently located in the Gulf of Aden adjacent to the Somalian coast, to be restored confidently to its original spatial positionExpand
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Oil from calabash seed,Crescentia cujete L.
SummaryThe composition and characteristics of calabash,Crescentia cujete L., seed and oil have been determined. The oil was found to have the following composition calculated from the iodine andExpand
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