rubra

rubra

/ru·bra/ (roo´brah) [L.] red.
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Isolation and characterization of 125 microsatellite DNA markers in the blacklip abalone, Haliotis rubra.
Vibrant ornamental grasses can also be used in tropical schemes such as Imperata cylindrica Rubra.
There are some excellent cultivars to look out for, including Royal Star with pink buds and white flowers, Rubra with dark pink flowers, Jane Platt with rich pink flowers and Waterlily with larger than normal white flowers.
Although a total of 27 tree species were included in the samples, in 1988, 80% of the relative density was contributed by only eight species; notably, Acer saccharum, Prunus serotina, Liriodendron tulipifera, Fagus grandifolia, Sassafras albidum, Fraxinus americana, Quercus rubra, and Quercus alba.
3 Quercus rubra -- -- Quercus velutina -- -- Nyssa sylvatica 2.
The sea of red chips may seem like the last place to start, but a large swathe of Pulmonaria rubra Redstart growing in the gravel will form a warm carpet of flowers.
Rustica Rubra has reddish purple flowers which open to about 8in across while Brozzonii is later than most names varieties with huge white blooms up to a foot across.
This column is devoted to Quercus rubra, American red oak and its many members.
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It is complemented well by evergreen sedge such as uncinia rubra.
rubra Leach, in northern Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia, and compares growth and survival of outplants on various artificial substrata.
Others worth looking for include `Fukubana,' an upright tree with double pink flowers; `Pendula Rubra,' weeping with darker blooms; and `Stellata,' with red buds then narrow petals giving the pale pink flowers a star-like appearance.