cypsela


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cypsela

the fruit of members of the Compositae, similar to an ACHENE and formed from two carpels.
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Besides the intrinsically interesting features of the cypsela (achene) structure, we sought to contribute to a better understanding of the seed characters of nine Asteraceae species, which occur with relative frequency as weed plants in Brazil.
THE DEAL Seven-nights' selfcatering at Camping Cypsela from May 25 starts at PS337 based on six sharing a classic two-bedroom mobile home.
Opened in 1967, Cypsela is deluxe rated and is one of three campsites in Catalonia within the luxury category.
Cypsela attracts families from across Europe, and most of the large site is clean and well-run with a good restaurant offering a three-course meal and drink for 10 euro (about pounds 7).
We chose a big campsite, Cypsela, near Pals, about half an hour south of the bigger resort of Estartit.
Getting out of Barcelona airport proved quite easy and within a couple of hours I was at Cypsela campsite near Platya de Pals.
Hannah Stephenson flew to Barcelona with easyJet and stayed at Cypsela, Pals, as a guest of Keycamp Holidays.
Next morning, the feverish heat has given way to bright sunshine and it's time to explore our Keycamp destination -Camping Cypsela, near Pals in Catalonia, 'considered by many,' according to the brochure, 'to be the finest campsite in Spain'.
He remained in that diocese until 1 July 1937 when he was promoted titular Archbishop of Cypsela and appointed as coadjutor to Archbishop Michael Kelly of Sydney with the right of succession, which occurred on 8 March 1940 on the death of Archbishop Kelly.
1976 "Avanc de la Teoria de la Bidireccio", Cypsela II:1-5.