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Bassia

plants of the Chenopodiaceae family; can cause oxalate poisoning. Includes B. anisacanthoides, B. calcarata, B. hyssopifolia (red burr), B. quinquecuspis. Called also Sclerolaena spp.
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Alvarino (1974) no registro a Bassia bassensis en el Caribe y Michel y Foyo (1976) la describieron como rara; en este trabajo fue encontrada como una de las mas abundantes, con las mayores densidades tanto de CP como de E en marzo, y las minimas dos meses despues.
In sites where the vegetation was protected from grazing, almost all the native plants died, including xerophytes highly adapted to desert conditions--among them sagebrush (Artemisia pauciflora), Bassia [=Kochia] prostrata (Chenopodi-aceae), and others.
Investors have until early March to submit offers and Bassias expects preferred bidders to be announced by May.
Among the first will be the Greek region of Grevena, close to where the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) will cross, Yannis Bassias, head of the Hellenic Hydrocarbons Resources Management (HHRM), told Reuters in an interview.
As of next year, and perhaps earlier, we will begin announcing that we are opening the door to whoever is interested in onshore sites, " Bassias told Reuters.
Bassias said he expected the first new offshore and onshore drillings to begin in two years, provided bureaucratic hurdles were overcome.
Its inconceivable to not have companies express interest in the coming months in sites which were not leased during the previous bid round in 2014," Bassias said.