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lupine

see lupinus.
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Delisting for the lupine and checker-mallow could occur between 2020 and 2030, according to the recovery plan.
On an organic dairy farm in Boistfort Valley, Washington, surrounded by the foothills of the coast range, Kincaid's lupine thrives among a herd of cows.
Mallonee will explain the steps being taken to preserve the rare plant species, highlighting the important role his farm's intensive grazing practices have played in the resurgence of Kincaid's lupine and other rare, native wildflowers.
We knew that the malformations develop because some lupine alkaloids cross the placental barrier and have a neuromuscular blocking effect," Panter explains.
Under these circumstances it is necessary to support and stimulate the renewal process of this layer; that is, the role of the organic white lupine extract rich in glutamine-containing peptides and oligosaccharides.
In 2006 the scientists reported that lupine flour may increase satiety and play a role in weight loss.
Loopy Lupine sells its own brand of plant-based, food-service disposables called Plantware Biodegradables made from sugar-cane fiber and imported directly from China.
After their flowers fade, they will drop seeds that will lead to an even more abundant and brilliant lupine display the following year.
To which creature does the adjective lupine relate?
Characters abound in the story, including Sarah's aunt whom Max corresponds with for over ten years; Beka, Sarah's lupine life companion; a circus elephant; and even Samuel Clemens, who makes a cameo appearance as a reporter.
Finding a rare prairie lupine, the food of the endangered Fender's blue butterfly.
Free download from The Flies The Flies is the new band fronted by founder member of Spiritualized and lead singer from Lupine Howl, Sean Cook.