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bicolor

a coat color of two colors. In dogs, usually black with tan markings but may be other combinations such as ticking on a white background. In cats, more than two spots of color on the body, either white and one basic color, or white with one tabby color.
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Most of the increase in speed of germination and germination rate (less over time) is, And what is certain The presence of 3 or 4 live plants of two weeds sorghum and Artemisia annua or sorghumplant residue root and two Artemisia annua plants caused severe damage and had a tangible effect on Sorghum bicolor germination percentage and speed (3).
Age-related differences in plumage characteristics of male Tree Swallows Tachycineta bicolor, hue and brightness signal different aspects of individual quality.
Most produce warm and hot-coloured open, trumpet-like flowers in solid colours or bicolors.
Scientists already knew from previous studies that the hornet, Vespa bicolor, was a frequent visitor to D.
Each pack contains five dahlia deko Seattle, ten gladiolus callianthus murielae, ten gladiolus green star, ten lilium navona, eight begonia picotee, five eucomis bicolor (the Summer Bulb of the Year 2009, pictured above).
The pineapple plant, Eucomis bicolor, was judged this year's summer bulb of the year by a panel of journalists and horticultural experts in an event organised by the Netherlands Flower Bulb Information Centre.
The pineapple plant, Eucomis bicolor, was this year's summer bulb of the year in a Netherlands Flower Bulb Information Centre event.
Using ectomycorrhizal symbiotic fungus Laccaria bicolor as a model, my goal is to identify the genes for biogenesis of small regulatory RNAs and determine their role in gene regulation.
One of largest arboreal frogs in the New World tropics is the tree frog Phyllomedusa bicolor, also known as the monkey frog.