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Bartsiella

Bartsiella is a monotypic genus of flowering plants, initially classified in Scrophulariaceae, and now within the broomrape family Orobanchaceae. It contains a unique species, Bartsiella rameauana.

Jian Nan subtropical evergreen forests

The Jian Nan subtropical evergreen forests ecoregion covers the mountainous divide between the lower Yangtze River and the coastal plain of South China. The region is also a climatic divide between the temperate valleys of the north and the subtr ...

Rock Point

Rock Point may refer to: Places In the United States: Rock Point, Arizona Rock Point, Oregon Rock Point, Maryland Other Big Rock Point Nuclear Power Plant, was a nuclear power plant near Charlevoix, Michigan Low Rock Point, a point forming the we ...

Mallee

Mallee biogeographic region, a biogeographic region in southern Western Australia Mallee Victoria, an informally defined region of north-western Victoria, Australia Division of Mallee, an electoral district that includes this region Murray Mallee ...

Lemmaphyllum

Lemmaphyllum is a genus of ferns in the family Polypodiaceae, subfamily Microsoroideae, according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016.

Teratophyllum

Teratophyllum is a genus of ferns in the family Dryopteridaceae, subfamily Elaphoglossoideae, in the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016. The genus is native to Malesia.

Arthrobotrya

Arthrobotrya is a genus of ferns in the family Dryopteridaceae, subfamily Elaphoglossoideae, in the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016. The genus is native to Australia and New Zealand.

Olfersia (plant)

Olfersia is a genus of ferns in the family Dryopteridaceae, subfamily Polybotryoideae, in the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016.

Zealandia (plant)

Zealandia is a genus of ferns in the family Polypodiaceae, subfamily Microsoroideae, erected in 2019. As of February 2020, the genus was not accepted by some sources.

Lomagramma

Lomagramma is a genus of ferns in the family Dryopteridaceae, subfamily Elaphoglossoideae, in the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016.

Thylacopteris

Thylacopteris is a genus of ferns in the family Polypodiaceae, subfamily Microsoroideae, according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016.

Phanerophlebia (plant)

Phanerophlebia is a genus of ferns in the family Dryopteridaceae, subfamily Dryopteridoideae, according to the Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification of 2016.

M. grandis

M. grandis may refer to: Miohippus grandis, a prehistoric horse species found in now North America that lived from the late Eocene to early Miocene Melanella grandis, a very small ectparasitic sea snail species in the genus Melanella Mullerornis ...

P. polymorpha

P. polymorpha may refer to: Peyssonnelia polymorpha, a red alga Pseudopalaina polymorpha, a land snail Polymixis polymorpha, an owlet moth Peperomia polymorpha, a radiator plant Parmelia polymorpha, a strap lichen Pinanga polymorpha, a palm tree ...

A. australis

A. australis may refer to: An abbreviation of a species name. In binomial nomenclature the name of a species is always the name of the genus to which the species belongs, followed by the species name also called the species epithet. In A. austral ...

Schwerdt Site

The Schwerdt Site is located on the Kalamazoo River in Allegan County, Michigan. It is classified as a single-component Berrien Phase site dating to the late prehistoric period. The Berrien Phase is associated with the late Woodland but also has ...

Centre for Mechanochemical Cell Biology

The Centre for Mechanochemical Cell Biology is a research centre at the University of Warwick, specialising in quantitative, biophysical approaches to cell biology. The Centre was founded by Robert Cross, Andrew McAinsh and Anne Straube when they ...

TKO

"TKO" Motion City Soundtrack song "TKO", from Jesse Malins The Fine Art of Self Destruction "TKO" Le Tigre song "T.K.O.", from Dave Grusins Migration "TKO", from the Sam & Max Season Two Soundtrack "TKO" Justin Timberlake song "TKO", from Bassnec ...

Microgenomates (OP11)

The Microgenomates are a proposed supergroup of bacterial candidate phyla in the Candidate Phyla Radiation. Organisms from the Microgenomates group have never been cultured in a lab; rather they have only been detected in the environment through ...

Fertabacteria

Fertabacteria is a candidate bacterial phylum of the Candidate Phyla Radiation, first proposed in 2017 after analysis of a genome from the mouth of a bottlenose dolphin. Members of this phylum are predicted to have been widely under-detected in 1 ...

Berkelbacteria

Berkelbacteria is a bacterial phylum with candidate status, meaning there are no cultured representatives for this group. It is part of the Candidate Phyla Radiation. Berkelbacteria was first reported in 2012, at which time it was classified as a ...

OP1

OP1 or OP-1 may refer to: Twelve Trio Sonatas, Op. 1 Vivaldi clade in the Branching order of bacterial phyla Rappe and Giovanoni, 2003 Psalm 6, Op. 1 Mark Alburger 24 Caprices for Solo Violin Paganini Piano Concerto No. 1 Rachmaninoff OP1 record ...

Chromodomain helicase DNA-binding (CHD) subfamily

Chromodomain helicase DNA-binding proteins are a subfamily of ATP-dependent Chromatin remodeling complexes. All remodelers fall under the umbrella of RNA/DNA helicase superfamily 2. In yeast, CHD complexes are primarily responsible for nucleosome ...

Feline

Loosely, Felidae, a member of the cat family, which includes the subfamilies Pantherinae and Felinae conventionally designated a felid Following the taxonomic convention, Felinae, the subfamily of Felidae that includes domestic cats and smaller w ...

Pecten

Pecten, Alberta, Canada Venus comb murex, after its scientific name Murex pecten

A. major

A. major may refer to: Amphicyon major, an extinct carnivorous mammal species from the middle Oligocene and early Miocene found across Europe and in western Turkey Allactaga major, the great jerboa, a rodent species found in Kazakhstan, Russia, T ...

Tunica

Tunica externa, outermost tunica layer of a blood vessel, surrounding the tunica media Tunica biology, a layer, sheath or similar covering Tunica albuginea disambiguation, three different layers of connective tissue "Tunica", an anatomical term f ...

DII

DII may refer to: Days in inventory, an accounting term Dynamic Invocation Interface, part of the CORBA standard Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat, the Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat Dii language Defence Information Infrastructure, the UKs secur ...

Living dinosaur

Living dinosaur may refer to: Living fossils, extant taxons that closely resemble organisms otherwise known only from the fossil record Living dinosaurs, a belief of adherents to the pseudosciences of cryptozoology and young Earth creationism Ori ...

Ultraman Tregear

Ultraman Tregear was initially the main antagonist of the 2019 film Ultraman R/B The Movie and has made subsequent appearances in the Ultra Series. He was originally an Ultra Warrior of the Land of Light and a good friend of Ultraman Taro, but la ...

Rob Markey

Rob Markey is an American author, speaker, and business strategist. He is perhaps best known for his research and writing on customer experience and loyalty marketing. Markey is also the co-creator of the Net Promoter System of management, along ...

Renee Hoenderkamp

Renee Hoenderkamp is a British doctor, Radio and TV presenter, columnist and medical writer. Known as Dr Renee, she is best known as the resident GP for BBC Radio London where she presents regular shows with JoAnne Good and Tim Arthur. She appear ...

A Matter of Life. and Death

A Matter of Life…and Death would be Coe’s final album for Columbia, a partnership that stretched back to 1974 and produced 21 studio albums. Coe and longtime producer Billy Sherrill enjoyed their biggest commercial success together in the 1980s w ...

Keep On Chooglin (song)

"Keep On Chooglin" is a song written by John Fogerty that was first released as the final song on Creedence Clearwater Revivals 1969 album Bayou Country. The song was often used to close Creedence Clearwater Revival concerts and was later covered ...

Voluntary reservist (Spain)

A Voluntary Reservist of the Armed Forces of Spain is a Spanish citizen who manages to obtain one of the places that are offered by the Ministry of Defense in order to participate in the different missions carried out by the Armed Forces in the c ...

A. fragilis

A. fragilis may refer to: Acronicta fragilis, the fragile dagger moth, a moth species found from Newfoundland to Florida Argonauta fragilis, a pelagic octopus species Ascobulla fragilis, a sea snail species Atalacmea fragilis, a sea snail species ...

C. grandis

C. grandis may refer to: Cattleya grandis, the large laelia, an orchid species in the genus Cattleya found in Brazil Cymbospondylus grandis, a basal early ichthyosaur species from the middle and later years of the Triassic period found in Germany ...

P. gracilis

P. gracilis may refer to: Polygonia gracilis, the hoary comma, a butterfly species common in boreal North America Petaurus gracilis, the mahogany glider, an endangered possum species Protodiplatys gracilis, an extinct earwig species Pearcea graci ...

B. gracilis

B. gracilis may refer to: Bouteloua gracilis, the blue grama, a long-lived, warm season, C4 perennial grass Belonolaimus gracilis, the pine sting nematode, a plant pathogenic nematode Bacteroides gracilis, a species of gram negative anaerobic bac ...

Çiçek Islands

Çiçek Islands is an island group in the Gulf of Izmir, Turkey, located off the coast of Urla. The island group includes Akça, Incirli Island, Pırnarlı Island, Yassıca Island, Arap Islets, and Kortas Islets. Çiçek Islands are considered as an Impo ...

Frondosa

Primula frondosa, a species of flowering plant in the family Primulaceae, native to the Balkans Muhlenbergia frondosa, a satin grass in genus Muhlenbergia. Calceolaria frondosa, a flowering plant endemic to Ecuador Gaylussacia frondosa, a floweri ...

O. grandis

O. grandis may refer to: Ophiacodon grandis, an extinct large pelycosaur species found in Joggins, Nova Scotia, Canada and that lived in the early Permian Orthogeomys grandis, the giant pocket gopher, a rodent species found in Guatemala, Honduras ...

H. grandis

H. grandis may refer to: Hogna grandis, a wolf spider species in the genus Hogna Hylomyscus grandis, the Mount Oku hylomyscus, a rodent species found only in Cameroon Haptodus grandis, a small sphenacodont species that lived from Latest Carbonife ...

Medininkai (disambiguation)

Medininkai can refer to several things in Lithuania: Battle of Medininkai, a battle in 1320 between the Teutonic Knights and Samogitians. Took place near Varniai Medininkai Castle, a castle in the village Medininkai Incident, when Soviet OMON kil ...

P. californicus

P. californicus may refer to: Penstemon californicus, the California penstemon, a plant species native to Baja California Platystemon californicus, the creamcup, a plant species native to Oregon, California, Arizona, Utah and Baja California Poec ...

A. africanus

A. africanus may refer to: An abbreviation of a species name. In binomial nomenclature the name of a species is always the name of the genus to which the species belongs, followed by the species name also called the species epithet. In A. african ...

Cothill Fen

Cothill Fen is a 43.3-hectare biological and geological Site of Special Scientific Interest north-west of Abingdon-on-Thames in Oxfordshire. It is a Special Area of Conservation and parts of it are a Geological Conservation Review, site, a Nature ...

Proaulopora

Proaulopora is a Cambrian–Ordovician fossil genus of calcareous algae. It has been variously thought to belong to the green algae, red algae or cyanobacteria. It was originally established by the Russian paleontologist Aleksandr Grigoryevich Volo ...

Limen (disambiguation)

Limen is a word of equivocal semantics written in the Latin alphabet, and used in many different modern languages, including English. It generally, but not necessarily, represents the Latin word limen, plural limina," threshold,” or is a translit ...

Garhi

Garhi may refer to several places: Garhi Pukhta Garhi Dilawar Garhi Abdullakhan Garhi Daulatzai Garhi Dupatta Garhi Khuda Bakhsh Garhi Ismail Zai Garhi Shahu Garhi Yasin Garhi, Kaurali, a village in Karauli, Rajasthan, India Garhi Harsaru Garhi M ...