vulgaris

vulgaris

 [vul-ga´ris] (L.)
ordinary; common.

vul·ga·ris

(vŭl-gā'ris),
Ordinary; of the usual type.
[L. fr. vulgus, a crowd]

vulgaris

/vul·ga·ris/ (vul-ga´ris) [L.] ordinary; common.

vulgaris

[vulger′is]
Etymology: L, vulgus, common people
common or ordinary.

vul·ga·ris

(vul-gā'ris)
Ordinary; of the usual type.
[L. fr. vulgus, a crowd]

vulgaris

[L.] ordinary, common.
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The genetic relationships among 96common Turkish bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.
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Of 87 patients with bullous lesions, the most common diagnosis was pemphigus vulgaris with 36 (41.
Pemphigus vulgaris is a potentially fatal autoimmune blistering disease that can involve the nasopharyngeal and laryngeal tissues.
Native to the western Mediterranean, Thymus vulgaris (one of approximately 300 Thymus species) is a small bush used for centuries as a spice and in medicine, particularly to treat bronchitis.
Objective: To evaluate the clinical characteristics and epidermal barrier function of papulopustular rosacea by comparing with acne vulgaris.
El presente estudio tuvo como objetivo evaluar la respuesta de crecimiento, en condiciones de interferencia, de las especies Phaseolus vulgaris y Amaranthus dubius, una maleza ampliamente distribuida en las principales zonas agricolas del pais, frecuente en los cultivos de P.
Greater attention has been given to Bambusa vulgaris due to the high growth rate, the short renewal period under various conditions of soil and climate and the easy propagation (SUN et al.