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  • Research on Amaranthus caudatus cv "edulis" has shown peak photosynthetic activity to occur at 40°C.

    2 The Plants

  • Strong sour drinks such as Roselle (extracted from Hisbiscus sabdariffa), tamarind juice (Asam jawa), passion fruit juice (Passiflora edulis), etc. are also highly acidic items.

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  • There are two main kinds of oysters found in the British Isles: the flat, or native, oyster (Ostrea edulis), most famously grown among the beds in Whitstable, Colchester and Helford; and the rock, or Pacific, oyster (Crassostrea gigas), which was introduced commercially into Britain in the 1960s.

    Oysters Come Back in Vogue

  • There, they grow both the rock oyster and the rarer Belons (Ostrea edulis), which possess an intense mineral flavor.

    Oysters Come Back in Vogue

  • The menu that evening featured white truffles (Tuber magnatum) and porcini (Boletus edulis), two local delicacies that had just come into season.

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  • I had a single fruit from an edulis plant--that's the commercial fruit variety--I'd cross pollinated with my Texas native incarnata, and I planted the 60 or so seeds it contained to see if any hybrids would be of interest.

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  • Here it is common to find associations of Palo Rosa Aspidosperma polyneurum (V) and palmito Euterpe edulis (V) trees.

    Iguazú National Park, Argentina

  • Achras sapota, Cedrela adorata, Rhedia edulis and Enterolobium cyclocarpum are common species; (b) Premontane Moist, which is very rich in species; (c) Premontane Rain with very rough topography; and (d) Lower Montane Rain where stands of Clusia spp. occur, sometimes mixed with a few other species (including palms).

    Area de Conservación Guanacaste, Costa Rica

  • In large part, moving food along the alimentary tract is a matter of smooth muscle functioning, and Pavlov decided to investigate the byssus retractor, the smooth muscle that Mytilus edulis, the common mussel, uses to close its shell.

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  • Coniferous forest with twoneedle pinyon Pinus edulis, checkerbark and redberry junipers Juniperus deppeana and J. pinchotii is found at higher elevations.

    Carlsbad Caverns National Park, United States

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