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ver·sic·o·lor

(ver-sik'ŏ-lŏr),
Variegated; marked by a variety of color.
[L. particolored, fr. verso, to turn, twist, + color, color]

versicolor

/ver·si·co·lor/ (ver″si-kol´er) variegated; having a variety of colors, or changing in color.

ver·si·co·lor

(vĕr'si-kŭ-l'ŏr)
Variegated; marked by a variety of color.
[L. particolored, fr. verso, to turn, twist, + color, color]

versicolor

Of various colours.
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In 1974, two separate reports emphasizing the precarious situation of the versicolor, were submitted to the Saint Lucian Forestry Department--one by Holly Nichols of the U.
Biological methods to quantify progresive stages of decay in five commercial woods by Coriolus versicolor,.
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The dried fruiting bodies of Coriolus versicolor (CV) with origin of Yunnan Province of China, were purchased from the herbal supplier of Hong Kong and deposited in the museum of the Institute of Chinese Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong with voucher specimen number as 2010-3291.
The beautiful burnished foliage of epimedium versicolor neosulphureum has looked good all winter but its time is up.
The beautiful burnished foliage of Epimedium versicolor 'Neo-Sulphureum' has looked good all winter but now its time is up.
In this research, trametes versicolor laccase enzyme was immobilized on a porous silica bead with nanometric pores, which was designed in two phases.
The foliage of evergreen Epimedium x versicolor or its lovely twin hybrids, 'Sulphureum' and 'Neosulphureum', provide a vivid green backdrop to the flowers of any of the stronger Colchicum speciosum forms.
Another mushroom with potent antitumor activity is turkey tail, or Trametes versicolor.
The objective of the current study was to identify and to measure colonies of the social wasp Polistes versicolor Olivier, 1791 (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) that were attacked by parasitoids in the campus of the Federal University of Vicosa in Vicosa, Minas Gerais State, Brazil.
Some of the most popular are shiitake, reishi, maitaki, enoki, oyster, lion's mane, hericium erinaceous, coriolus versicolor, cordyceps, cloud, chager, cremini, astragalus, agarikon and agaricus.