nutans

nu·tans

(nū'tahnz)
Nodding.
[L.]
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Introduction: Spasmus nutans is a rare disease characterized by head nodding, torticollis and rapid, asymmetric, low amplitude nystagmus triad, usually seen in 4 to 14 months of age.
Clinacanthus nutans belongs to the family of Acanthaceae and is widely used in Thailand and Indonesia as traditional medicine.
This week's online offer is for 25 Ornithogalum nutans, half price at just PS2.
You can also try mini posies of berries, red cymbidium orchids, nutans and alstromeria.
The effect of activated charcoal and indole acetic acid on the in vitro development of Masdevallia coccinea Linden ex Lindl and Maxillaria nutans Lindl.
New records for the open prairie habitat at Sixteenth Section include the grasses (Poaceae) Andropogon geradii Vitman, Sorghastrum nutans (L.
Catopsis nutans is a small (palm-sized) species with few leaves, each covered in a white, powdery wax near its base.
Para evaluar el interes de las citas encontradas de Epilobium angustifolium y Luzula nutans, se ha determinado su distribucion en el Sistema Central espanol (provincias de Salamanca, Avila, Madrid, Segovia y Guadalajara), tras la revision bibliografica y de los herbarios MA, MACB y MAF.
nutans showed an important dose-dependent reduction of the edematogenic activity of B.
Two healers had mentioned to Cox that a preparation from the bark of a tree called Homolanthus nutans controlled a disease that sounded to him like yellow fever or hepatitis.
nutans proved to be the most larvicidal sample and its whole extract was more active than its fractions resulting from solvent extractions.
The most popular varieties include strong red heliconia, vibrant orange birds of paradise, spiky nutans, anthuriums in a myriad of colours, pink and red ginger flowers and brightly coloured bromelia.