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canna

An obsolete term for a long tubular structure, fancifully likened to a reed (Greek, kanna; reed)—e.g., a long bone.
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Canna had earlier struck three penalties and converted Simone Ferrari's early try.
Although Canna lilies are normally a wetland plant and do not like to have dry roots, they will survive in Cyprus if they are well watered, so don't let them dry out between waterings.
Walk around the new exotic garden at RHS Garden Wisley, the horticultural charity's flagship site, and you'll be transported to faraway places amid great, leafy banana plants, pint-sized pineapples, zingy yellow and orange cannas, lushleaved ginger and wafting palms.
Los recuentos cromosomicos de Mahanty (1970) propusieron para Canna un numero basico de x=9, que seria derivado de un tipo ancestral con x=11, presente en otras familias de Zingiberales.
And by all accounts John did a terrific job as the Canna Camp Fest attracted a very healthy crowd.
A warning shot from Italy came in eight minutes when Canna slotted a 30-metre drop goal.
Parisse hit back for Italy when he led a driving maul over the French line and grounded the ball, but Canna fluffed the conversion.
Zebre got off the mark early on, with Marcelo Violi diving over before Canna added a conversion and penalty to put the hosts 10-0 up after just five minutes.
Cannas have particularly striking foliage with stripes and markings in all shades of green, yellow, orange and red.
The biomass production in the tested species was in the order: giant reed Greater than vetiver Greater than green reed Greater than umbrella plant Greater than alligator flag Greater than canna.
En funcion de esto, el objetivo de este trabajo fue identificar morfologicamente al agente causal de la sintomatologia observada en hojas y tallos de Canna spp.