Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The caudate nucleus of the striatum or striate body of the brain; a part of this ganglion distinguished from the lenticulare.

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Examples

  • And amazing I would be googling “P. caudatum” this early in the morning to see what it is.

    Phragmipedium caudatum blooming (like clockwork)

  • Diary of a Mad Natural Historian » Phragmipedium caudatum blooming like clockwork

    Phragmipedium caudatum blooming (like clockwork)

  • Diary of a Mad Natural Historian » Phragmipedium caudatum

    Phragmipedium caudatum

  • The most dominant vegetation association in the islands is composed of Dodonea viscosa herbs, pygmy Guettarda insularis, Prunus serotina and the endemic cactus Opuntia sp., where the fern, Pteridium caudatum is very abundant.

    Islas Revillagigedo dry forests

  • The hybrids were developed by crossing sorghums from southern Africa (the so-called kafir type) with others from Central Africa (caudatum types).

    9. Sorghum: Commercial Types

  • It is thought to be a progenitor of the modern bicolor, caudatum, and kafir races of sorghum but has seldom been considered a genetic resource in its own right.

    10. Sorghum: Specialty Types

  • The region from eastern Nigeria through Chad and western Sudan is a center of diversity for the caudatum race.

    7. Sorghum

  • It bears the name of _Uropedium lindenii_, and is so closely related to _Cypripedium caudatum_ that many authors take it for the peloric variety of this plant.

    Species and Varieties, Their Origin by Mutation

  • Paramecium caudatum, also known as Silverslipper, is a pretty typical member of the group of Ciliata, and as the poem correctly indicates, most of the time it reproduces by simple cell division - fission.

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  • Russian biologist G.F. Gause - Paramecium caudatum vs. Paramecium aurelia • 2 species so similar in requirements that the same resource limits both population's growth, and one species may succeed over another • No two species can occupy the same niche in the same habitat and the same time • Prevents competition

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