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Related to Ribes: Ribes nigrum, Ribes rubrum

Ribes

(rēb),
François, French physician, 1765-1845. See: Ribes ganglion.
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Lopez Ribes went to Rome to receive the award, accompanied by his "masterpiece"--his wife and six children.
Because these experiments were a systematic replication of the study by Ribes and Sanchez (1992), we considered that 4 subjects would be sufficient as an initial step, considering the additional difficulty in obtaining volunteer participation across a 4-month separation.
95 - Spiraea Aguta, Blue Lilac, Forsythia, Ribes and Kerria Japonica.
The federal law prohibiting Ribes was repealed in 1966, but 17 states still have some restrictions.
In the West, too, where more varied and susceptible Ribes species grew, whole regions of pines died.
Spores from infected ribes are carried by wind into the pines where the fungus invades the tree -- and eventually killing it.
They set off earlier in the day together but then the weather turned bad," Cpt Ribes said.
Ribes RIBES IN April, drought-tolerant flowering currant, ribes sanguineum, is smothered in carmine red flowers.
Earlier, we have detected antiviral activity in an extract from Ribes nigrum L.
London Irish are back on track after Tom Homer's two tries helped them to a thumping 36-3 bonus-point win over Brive, who had Guillaume Ribes sent-off.
EAY606) Richard Schoenfeldt, CEO of The Colonel's International, Michigan, desc ribes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, wit h positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities fo r the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management st rength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
My favourite plant, although not strictly an evergreen but one we should all grow against a wall, is Ribes speciosum.