Two engravings from later volumes, Amomum roseum (figure 3) and Euryale ferox (figure 4), demonstrate different uses of shading, with a brilliantly stylized sense of pattern and perspective.
Caption: 4 Euryale ferox, from Plants of the Coast of Coromandel, artist unknown, 1795.
For instance, 10 microsatellite markers have been used to assess genetic diversity of Euryale ferox (Nymphaeaceae), a "vulnerable" species in Japan .
These two molecular markers were also used to evaluate the genetic variability of different germplasms of an aquatic food plant, Euryale ferox .
Euryale ferox seeds, dose-dependently, reduce lipid oxidation levels after oxidative damage induced by [H.sub.2][O.sub.2], in hamsters (Lee et al.
Antioxidant activity of extracts from Euryale ferox seed.