Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In polyzoans, a zoœcium or an internode.

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Examples

  • The Vaal valley has also been invaded by the alien water-demanding blue gum Eucalyptus globulus.

    Vredefort Dome, South Africa

  • Eucalyptus globulus, E. brookeriana, and E. regnans are all found in wet sclerophyll forest in this ecoregion.

    Tasmanian temperate forests

  • Allocasuarina verticillata grows in low woodlands, sometimes in monospecific stands, then merging with Eucalyptus viminalis-E. globulus woodland.

    Tasmanian temperate forests

  • Species here include blue gums (Eucalpytus globulus), peppermints (E. radiata, E. dives), and manna gums (E. viminalis).

    Australian Alps montane grasslands

  • Reforestations with non-native species, Pinus pinaster and Eucalyptus globulus, are widespread at mid-altitudes.

    Madeira evergreen forests

  • Today I was climbing a Eucalyptus globulus and found small earthworm-like worms about 30-40 feet above ground.

    Why did the earthworm climb the tree?

  • Pate, J and Arthur, D., 1998, d13C analysis of phloem sap carbon: novel means of evaluating seasonal water stress and interpreting carbon isotope signatures of foliage and trunk wood of Eucalyptus globulus.

    Potential Academic Misconduct by the Euro Team « Climate Audit

  • (Eucalyptus globulus), Rosemary Oil (Rosmarinus officinalis)

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • Pound a handful of Eucalyptus globulus leaves and squeeze out the juice.

    Chapter 12

  • The whole dam should be afforested with fast-growing trees like Eucalyptus camadulensis and Eucalyptus globulus, to absorb moisture; Populus ciliata for fodder and fuelwood, and Acacia nilotica with good cover of grasses, viz. Cynodon dactylon, Vetivera zizaniodes,

    1. Water management.

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