glaucous


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glaucous

(of plant structures) bluish.
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Key words: Glaucous Gull; Larus hyperboreus; Arctic; population status; population trends; monitoring; conservation concerns
Here, a couple of trees had smaller, less leathery leaves in which the longitudinal venation was not so prominent; the branchlets were not glaucous and some had a heavy bud crop with umbels of up to 13 flower buds.
On the first night we moored in the depths of a forest alongside the River Dane and got our first chance to look at the Glaucous Gull in detail.
though some, like the cerulean glaucous macaw, could not survive the
This bold variegated Spurge has green foliage with a glaucous hue, edged in contrasting creamy-white.
Agave, Dudleys, Sencio--all those glaucous plants look fabulous in strong, bright light.
Fecal samples from glaucous gulls (Larus hyperboreus) were enriched (18 h at 37[degrees]C) in brain-heart infusion broth (Becton Dickinson, Franklin Lakes, NJ, USA) supplemented with aztreonam and vancomycin (10 mg/L and 4 mg/L, respectively; ICN Biomedicals Inc.
5-2 m long, subpyramidal, rachis glaucous, glabrous, covered by whitish wax as the scape; primary bracts triangular, acuminate, up to 5 cm long and ca.
However, plants with glaucous blue leaves appeared in the advanced generations, [C.
Although it was previously thought that the compounds degraded into harmless substances, recent Norwegian studies have found them in tissue samples from polar bears and glaucous gulls.