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dai·sy

(dā'zē),
Colloquial term descriptive of the segmented forms (merozoites) of the mature schizont of Plasmodium malariae.
Referring to a pattern with a central mass surrounded, rosette-like, with oval structures that abut a central mass at one end

daisy,

n Latin name:
Bellis perennis; parts used: buds, leaves; uses: antifungal, blood cleanser, pain reliever, diarrhea, cough, stomach spasms, arthritis; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children. Also called
bairnwort, bruisewort, common daisy, day's eye, and
wild daisy.

DAISY

acronym for Dairy Information System—a well-known herd health program and dairy information management system. Designed at Reading University, UK.
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More traditional British border examples are Asters or Michaelmas daisies.
The common name for Aster cordi-folius is wood aster - its wild relatives grow on the outskirts of woodland and its ability to cope with shade make it a very versatile plant - few daisies can cope with shady sites.
The common name for Aster cordifolius is wood aster - its wild relatives grow on the outskirts of woodland and its ability to cope with shade make it a very versatile plant - few daisies can cope with shady sites.
Susan Sargent and The Rug Market are a few of the rug suppliers that have introduced styles featuring daisies.
Using a pair of scissors, cut around the daisies, but don't cut along the folds at the ends of the stems.