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DNA variation in the acidic chitinase locus (ChiA) region in Arabis gemmifera and its related species. (1/17)

We analyzed DNA variation at the acidic chitinase (ChiA) locus of Arabis gemmifera and among its eight related species. Nucleotide diversity (pi) of the entire locus in A. gemmifera was 0.0032, which was one third that of A. thaliana. In A. gemmifera, an excess of unique polymorphisms yielded significantly negative results with the tests of Tajima and Fu and Li. The McDonald and Kreitman test revealed that the ratio of nucleotide replacement to synonymous changes in A. gemmifera was significantly greater than those between A. gemmifera and A. glabra, A. gemmifera and A. griffithiana, A. gemmifera and A. korshinskyi, A. gemmifera and A. wallichii, and A. gemmifera and A. himalaica. These results indicated that the neutrality assumption, the equilibrium population assumption, or both, could not be applied to the ChiA locus of A. gemmifera. The small size and relative isolation of local subpopulations of A. gemmifera could explain the excess of unique polymorphisms and the high proportion of replacement changes. The specific sampling scheme of this study, where one strain each was sampled from each local subpopulation might also have led to an excess of singletons. Interspecific comparison among Arabidopsis, Arabis and Cardaminopsis species showed that Ka was always lower than Ks, providing evidence against the adaptive evolution of ChiA. However, Ka/Ks was greater between closely related species than between more distant related species. ChiA had a higher level of replacement divergence and a lower level of synonymous divergence compared than did Adh. We suggest that both the mutation rate at the nucleotide level and the selective constraints at the protein level are lower in ChiA than in Adh.  (+info)

Intra- and interspecific DNA variation and codon bias of the alcohol dehydrogenase (Adh) locus in Arabis and Arabidopsis species. (2/17)

Sequence variation at the alcohol dehydrogenase (Adh) locus was analyzed for six species each of the genera Arabis and Arabidopsis. Phylogenetic analysis showed that investigated species were grouped into three clusters, and the generic classification did not correspond to the clusterings. The results indicated that the genera could not be distinguished on the basis of the Adh variation. A significant difference in the ratio of silent to replacement sites was detected by MK test in two comparisons, with Arabidopsis thaliana polymorphism due to excess silent divergence. Silent changes were predominant in the evolution of the Adh locus in Arabis and Arabidopsis. To infer evolutionary significance of silent substitutions, codon bias was studied. The degree of codon bias of the Adh region was relatively constant over Arabis and Arabidopsis species. "Preferred" codons of A. thaliana were determined. No evidence of natural selection on codon change was detected in the Adh regions of A. thaliana and Arabis gemmifera.  (+info)

Multiple hybrid formation in natural populations: concerted evolution of the internal transcribed spacer of nuclear ribosomal DNA (ITS) in North American Arabis divaricarpa (Brassicaceae). (3/17)

DNA sequence variation of the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region of nuclear ribosomal DNA from Arabis holboellii, A. drummondii, and its putative hybrid A. divaricarpa was analyzed to study hybrid speciation in a species system geographically covering nearly the entire North American continent. Based on molecular systematics the investigated species are better combined under the genus Boechera. Multiple intraindividual ITS copies were detected in numerous accessions of A. divaricarpa, and, to a minor extent, in the parental taxa. Comparative phylogenetic analysis demonstrates that reticulate evolution is common. Consequently, concerted evolution of ITS regions resulted in different types of ITS fragments not only in hybrid populations but also in one of the parental taxa, A. holboellii. Hybrid formation often occurred independently at different sites and at different times, which is reflected by ITS copies resampling the original parental sequence variation in different ways. Some biogeographic structuring of genetic diversity is apparent and mirrors postglacial migration routes. Hybridization, reticulation, and apomixis are assumed to be the major forces driving speciation processes in this species complex. Analysis of conserved regions and secondary structures of the ITS region provided no evidence that, in this system, hybrid ITS evolution is predominantly driven in a particular direction. However, two regions in the ITS1 and ITS2, respectively, show higher mutation rates than expected from outgroup comparisons. Strong evidence for the occurrence of apomixis in A. holboellii and A. divaricarpa has come from pollen size measurements and estimations of pollen quality, which favor the hypothesis that A. drummondii served as paternal hybridization partner more frequently than A. holboellii.  (+info)

Trimorphic DNA variation in the receptor-like protein kinase gene in the F18L15-130 region of the wild plant Arabidopsis thaliana. (4/17)

DNA variation in the F18L15-130 region, which contains a receptor-like protein kinase gene, was analyzed for the wild plants Arabidopsis thaliana and Arabis gemmifera. In A. thaliana, at least three divergent sequence types were observed (trimorphism), instead of two distinct sequence types (dimorphism) detected in most of other nuclear gene regions studied for this plant species. Intragenic recombinations among the divergent sequence types generated four recombinant sequence types, although pattern of intragenic recombinations was complex. The estimated nucleotide variation in A. thaliana was the highest (pi = 0.0226 and theta = 0.0228) among genes investigated in this plant so far. The high level of nucleotide variation is due to divergence among the three distinct sequence types, each of which has a low level of nucleotide variation. Tests of Tajima, and Fu and Li did not detected deviation from neutrality, except for replacement sites, for which significantly negative Fu and Li's test value was detected. These results suggest that the receptor-like protein kinase gene in this region is functional. Possible causes for the trimorphic pattern of DNA polymorphism was discussed.  (+info)

Pleistocene colonization of afro-alpine 'sky islands' by the arctic-alpine Arabis alpina. (5/17)

The afro-alpine region comprises the high mountains of Ethiopia and tropical East Africa, which represent biological 'sky islands' with high level of endemism. However, some primarily arctic-alpine plants also occur in the afro-alpine mountains. It has been suggested that these plants are Tertiary relicts, but a recent worldwide study of Arabis alpina suggests that this species colonized the region twice during the Pleistocene. Here we investigate the detailed colonization history of A. alpina in the afro-alpine region based on chloroplast DNA sequences from 11 mountain systems. The results confirm the twice-into-Africa scenario. The Asian lineage is confined to the mountains closest to the Arabian Peninsula, on opposite sides of the Rift Valley (Simen Mts and Gara Muleta in Ethiopia), suggesting long-distance dispersal of this lineage. The African lineage is divided into two phylogeographic groups with distinct geographic distribution. The observed pattern is consistent with isolation of the African lineage in at least two interglacial refugia, located on separated highlands, followed by range expansion in cooler period(s), when the afro-alpine habitat extended further down the mountains. Several long-distance dispersal events, also across the Rift Valley, are suggested by single haplotypes observed outside the area occupied by the phylogeographic groups they belonged to.  (+info)

Frequent long-distance plant colonization in the changing Arctic. (6/17)

The ability of species to track their ecological niche after climate change is a major source of uncertainty in predicting their future distribution. By analyzing DNA fingerprinting (amplified fragment-length polymorphism) of nine plant species, we show that long-distance colonization of a remote arctic archipelago, Svalbard, has occurred repeatedly and from several source regions. Propagules are likely carried by wind and drifting sea ice. The genetic effect of restricted colonization was strongly correlated with the temperature requirements of the species, indicating that establishment limits distribution more than dispersal. Thus, it may be appropriate to assume unlimited dispersal when predicting long-term range shifts in the Arctic.  (+info)

Characterization of proteinase cleavage sites in the N-terminal region of the RNA1-encoded polyprotein from Arabis mosaic virus (subgroup A nepovirus). (7/17)

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Amplified fragment length homoplasy: in silico analysis for model and non-model species. (8/17)

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*Arabis

... cypria Arabis glabra (tower mustard) Arabis hirsuta (hairy rockcress) Arabis kazbegi (Kazbegian rockcress) Arabis ... Selected species Arabis aculeolata Arabis alpina (alpine rockcress) Arabis armena (Armenian rockcress) Arabis blepharophylla ( ... kennedyae Arabis lemmonii Arabis macdonaldiana Arabis procurrens (spreading rock cress) Arabis pycnocarpa (slender rock cress) ... Most of the Old World members remain in the genus Arabis, whereas most of the New World members have been moved into the genus ...

*Arabis kazbegi

... , the Kazbegian rockcress, is a species of rockcress that is endemic to Georgia, and is known from Mtiuleti, the ... Shetekauri, S. (2014). "Arabis kazbegi". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2014: e.T199901A2618314. doi:10.2305/ ...

*Arabis kennedyae

... , the Troodos rockcress, is a species of flowering plant in the Brassicaceae family. It is endemic to Cyprus. ... Arabis kennedyae. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 20 July 2007.. ...

*Arabis armena

... , the Armenian rockcress, is a species of rockcress that is found in Armenia and Nakhichevan (Azerbaijan). It ... Fayvush, G. & Ali-Zade, V. (2014). "Arabis armena". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2014: e.T200622A2673704. doi ...

*Arabis procurrens

... (syn. A. ferdinandi-coburgi), the spreading rock cress, is a species of flowering plant in the family ... "RHS Plant Selector - Arabis procurrens 'Variegata'". Retrieved 29 May 2013. ...

*1087 Arabis

Summary figures for (1087) Arabis at LCDB Hanus (2017c) not yet indexed in ADS. Summary figures for (1087) Arabis at LCDB "JPL ... Arabis is a member the Eos family (606), the largest asteroid family in the outer main belt consisting of nearly 10,000 known ... 1087 Arabis, provisional designation 1927 RD, is a stony Eoan asteroid from the outer regions of the asteroid belt, ... "1087 Arabis (1927 RD)". Minor Planet Center. Retrieved 7 October 2017. Nesvorný, D.; Broz, M.; Carruba, V. (December 2014). " ...

*HMS Arabis

Three ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Arabis, after the flower, the Arabis. HMS Arabis (1915) was an Arabis- ... HMS Arabis (K73) was a Flower-class corvette launched in 1940. She was transferred to the US Navy in 1942 as USS Saucy. She was ... HMS Arabis (K385) was another Flower-class corvette, launched in 1943 and on completion lent to the Royal New Zealand Navy ... "HMS Arabis (ii) (K 385)". Corvette of the Flower class. Uboat.net. Retrieved 2009-01-31. ...

*Arabis caucasica

... is a species of flowering plant in the mustard family (Brassicaceae) known by the common names garden arabis, ... "RHS Plant Selector - Arabis alpina subsp. caucasica 'Flore Pleno'". Retrieved 29 May 2013. Plants for a Future The Plant List. ...

*Arabis hirsuta

... , known as hairy rock-cress, is a flowering plant of the genus Arabis in the family Brassicaceae. In previous ... Tropicos, Arabis hirsuta The Plant List, Arabis hirsuta (L.) Scop. Tropicos, Turritis hirsuta L. "BSBI List 2007". Botanical ... Flora of North America, Arabis Linnaeus, 1753; Rockcress J.. ZR. Aleroyd. Arabis. in Tutin et. al. Flora Europaea. vol. 1. 2nd ... Phylogenetic signatures of adaptation: The Arabis hirsuta species aggregate (Brassicaceae) revisited. Perspectives in Plant ...

*Arabis alpina

... (Alpine rock-cress) is a flowering plant in the family Brassicaceae, native to mountainous areas of Europe, North ... caucasica, is now recognised as a separate species, Arabis caucasica. M. A. Koch; C. Kiefer; D. Ehrich; J. Vogel; C. Brochmann ... In central and northern Europe, A. alpina seems to be genetically quite uniform . There is growing interest to develop Arabis ... K. Mummenhoff (2006). "Three times out of Asia Minor: the phylogeography of Arabis alpina L. (Brassicaceae)". Molecular Ecology ...

*Arabis pycnocarpa

... , the slender rock cress, is a species of flowering plant in the mustard family. It is native to North America ... Two varieties have been named that are distinguished by pubescence differences: Arabis pycnocarpa var. adpressipilis - native ... only to eastern North America Arabis pycnocarpa var. pycnocarpa - widespread across North America and Asia New England ...

*Arabis serotina

... is a rare species of flowering plant in the mustard family known by the common name shale barren rockcress. It ... Arabis serotina (Shale Barren Rock Cress) determined to be an endangered species. Federal Register July 13, 1989. Nott, M. P. ( ... 2006). Shale barren rock cress (Arabis serotina): A literature review and analysis of vegetation data. A report to the Navy ...

*Arabis aculeolata

... is a species of flowering plant in the mustard family known by the common name Waldo rockcress. It is native ... Media related to Arabis aculeolata at Wikimedia Commons Jepson Manual Treatment USDA Plants Profile Photo gallery. ...

*Arabis cypria

... is a flowering plant in the family Brassicaceae, endemic to mountainous areas of Northern Cyprus. Arabis cypria ...

*Arabis lemmonii

... is a species of flowering plant in the mustard family known by the common name Lemmon's rockcress. It is native ...

*Arabis macdonaldiana

... is a species of flowering plant in the mustard family known by the common name MacDonald's rockcress. It ...

*Arabis blepharophylla

... is a species of rock cress known by the common names coast rock cress and rose rock cress. It is endemic ...

*Arabis glabra

... , commonly known as tower rockcress or tower mustard, is a tall, slim, grey-green plant with small creamy flowers ... Plantlife International UK Site: Arabis glabra-Tower mustard accessed 24.12.07 Express and Star £10k project to protect rare ...

*Arabis (disambiguation)

Arabis may refer to: Arabis, a flowering plant genus Arabis-class sloop, the third class of minesweeping sloops of the Royal ... a Royal New Zealand Navy corvette HMS Arabis (disambiguation), various ships of the Royal Navy 1087 Arabis, a minor planet. ... Navy in World War I HMNZS Arabis (K 385), ...

*Arabis-class sloop

The Arabis class was the third, and largest, of the five sub-classes of minesweeping sloops completed under the Emergency War ... HMS Arabis - built by D. & W. Henderson and Company, Partick, launched 6 November 1915. Sunk by German torpedo boats off the ... The design for the Arabis class was made at the end of 1914. All 36 British vessels were ordered in July 1915, and were built ... "FLOWER" ARABIS type fleet sweeping sloops". www.navypedia.org. Retrieved 28 December 2012. "Steel Sloops in the RN". www. ...

*Arabis mosaic virus

"Arabis mosaic nepovirus" (PDF). Dupuis, Laurence (2010-12-17). "STUDY OF THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ARABIS MOSAIC VIRUS AND ITS ... Arabis mosaic virus is a viral plant pathogen that is known to infect multiple hosts. The pathogen, commonly referred to as ... For the Arabis Mosaic Virus, the Xiphinema diversicaudatum is the most common nematode vector. In this cycle, females lay their ... The Arabis Mosaic Virus infects multiple hosts, including strawberries, hop, hemp, grape and geraniums, raspberries, sugarbeets ...

*HMS Arabis (K73)

In May 1941 Arabis was part of the force escorting HX 126, which lost seven ships sunk, and in June with HX 133 which saw six ... Arabis was built at Harland & Wolff, Belfast, as part of the 1939 War Emergency Programme for the Royal Navy. One of the early ... In September 1940 Arabis was part of the force escorting convoy OB 216, which lost four ships and in October with OB 229 which ... HMS Arabis was a Flower-class corvette of the Royal Navy. Originally ordered for the French Navy[citation needed] in the early ...

*HMS Arabis (1915)

HMS Arabis was an Arabis-class sloop of the Royal Navy. She had a brief career, serving during the First World War. She was ... A brief action followed which led to the torpedoing and sinking of Arabis with the loss of 56 of her crew. Colledge, J. J.; ...

*HMNZS Arabis (K385)

HMNZS Arabis was a modified Flower-class corvette of the Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN). Built for the Royal Navy as HMS Arabis ... After a refit, Arabis sailed for the Solomons, arriving at Renard Sound on 14 December 1944 where her captain took over as ... Arabis was decommissioned in 1948, and broken up for scrap in 1951 Corvettes of the Royal New Zealand Navy Walters, Sydney ...

*Aror

... is the ancestral town of the Arora caste. and e In 711, Aror was captured by the army of Muslim general Muhammad bin Qasim ... Aror.--While at Rorhi, a visit may be paid to the very ancient town of Aor, which is only 5 m. distant to the E. This was the ... "Alor or Aror of the Muslims is really Al Ror which is the same as Roruka or Roruva, the name of the ancient Sauvira capital", ... Aror (Sindhi: اروهڙ) or Alor or Arorkot (Sindhi: اروهڙ ڪوٽ) is the medieval name of the city of Rohri (in Sindh, modern ...
Arabis arcuata var. secunda (Howell) B.L.Rob., more, Arabis caduca A.Nelson, Arabis consanguinea Greene, Arabis exilis A.Nelson, Arabis holboellii var. consanguinea (Greene) G.A.Mulligan, Arabis holboellii var. secunda (Howell) Jeps., Arabis holboellii var. tenuis Böcher, Arabis kochii Blank., Arabis lignipes A.Nelson, Arabis mcdougalii , Arabis polyantha Greene, Arabis retrofracta Graham, Arabis retrofracta var. multicaulis B.Boivin, Arabis rhodanthus , Arabis secunda Howell, Arabis tenuis Greene, Boechera exilis (A.Nelson) Dorn, Boechera holboellii var. retrofracta , Boechera holboellii var. secunda (Howell) Dorn, Boechera tenuis (Bocher) Á.Löve & D.Löve ...
1. Arabis alpina Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 2: 664. 1753. Arabis alpina var. glabrata A. Blytt. Perennials; (stoloniferous, with vegetative rosettes, loosely cespitose to somewhat pulvi-nate); sparsely to moderately pubescent, trichomes stalked, cruciform, stellate, mixed with simple and forked-stalked ones. Stems usually simple from base, erect to ascending, often branched proximally, (0.6-) 1-2(-2.5) dm. Basal leaves: petiole 0-1 cm; blade spatulate, oblanceolate, oblong, or obovate, (0.4-)1-4(-5) cm × (3-)6-15(-20) mm, margins dentate to denticulate, apex obtuse or acute, surfaces usually pubescent, rarely subglabrate, trichomes stellate with simple rays. Cauline leaves 3-5(-6); blade oblong or ovate, 1-3 cm × 5-15 mm, base subcordate or auriculate, margins usually dentate, rarely subentire, apex acute or obtuse. Racemes simple, (lax). Fruiting pedicels ascending to divaricate, 4-10(-12) mm. Flowers: sepals oblong, 2.5-4(-4.7) × 1-2 mm, lateral pair conspicuously saccate basally; petals white, ...
Arabis alpina subsp caucasica. The pretties of the garden, annuals and perennials provide a variety of colours and nectar. Perennials can also give striking winter structures if left uncut.
Synonyms for Arabis turrita in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Arabis turrita. 2 synonyms for Arabis turrita: tower cress, tower mustard. What are synonyms for Arabis turrita?
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Definition of arabis glabra in the Definitions.net dictionary. Meaning of arabis glabra. What does arabis glabra mean? Information and translations of arabis glabra in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
... This gem is similar to but smaller than Arabis cyprium and has much smaller seeds. We discovered it high in the alpine ski-zone of the Troodos Mountains of Cyprus where it is the earliest by far of all arabis varieties to flower. It comes out with the snowdrops here numerous sprays of delicate pink flowers being produced from January onwards. It is excellent in a pot too!
Version 1 of The Plant List has been superseded.. This name is in version 1.1 of The Plant List, record kew-2645309, with some changes.. ...
A garden picture of Arabis alpina (Alpine Rock-cress), In between is a deep red Aubrieta which is still keeping its eyes closed....:o(
Autor: Sharbel, T. F. et al.; Genre: Zeitschriftenartikel; Im Druck veröffentlicht: 2001; Keywords: aneuploid; apomixis; Arabis holboelii; chloroplast; haplotype; polyploid|br/|Chromosome-number; rust infection; evolution; mechanisms; genetics; apomixis; pathways; plants; Titel: Recurrent polyploid origins and chloroplast phylogeography in the Arabis holboellii complex (Brassicaceae)
Ecology: sub-arctic, alpine to plains: alpine slopes, meadows, woods, pastures, prairies, shores, banks, flats, cliffs, outcrops, dunes; dry sand, rock, gravel, talus: roadsides and ...
Koch, M.A. et al. 2019. Arabis ferdinandi-coburgii in BrassiBase Tools and biological resources to study characters and traits in the Brassicaceae. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2019 May 15 ...
13. Arabis aculeolata Greene, Leafl. Bot. Observ. Crit. 2: 69. 1910. Perennials; (caudex simple or branched, covered with persistent petiolar remains); sparsely to moderately pubescent, trichomes sub-setiform, bulbous-based, simple, (to 1.5 mm), often mixed with fewer, forked, stalked ones. Stems simple or few from base (caudex), erect, unbranched, (0.6-)1.5-3.5(-4.5) dm, (sparsely to densely hirsute basally or throughout). Basal leaves: petiole 0.3-1.5 cm, (ciliate); blade oblanceolate to obovate, (0.5-)1-3(-4) cm × (2-)3-6 (-10) mm, margins entire, repand, or obtusely dentate, (ciliate), apex obtuse, surfaces pubescent, trichomes usually simple, sometimes mixed with fewer forked ones, rarely subglabrate. Cauline leaves 3-6 (or 7); blade oblong, 0.4-1(-1.5) cm × (1-)2-4 mm, base not auriculate, margins entire or repand, apex obtuse. Racemes simple, (dense). Fruiting pedicels ascending to suberect, 8-12(-15) mm, (subglabrate or sparsely pubescent). Flowers: sepals (purple), oblong, 4-8 × ...
ARABIS KOEHLERI SEEDS (Koehlers Rock Cress) - Plant World Seeds. This very rare, tough, tufted endemic lives only on a few dry hills, high above the rushing Umpqua River on the Pacific coast of Oregon. Cruciform flowers of bright purple open on compact, rounded shrubby domes which cling tenaciously to the rocky outcrops. In 2001, to reduce chances of extinction, researchers grew hundreds of plants in the Berry Botanic Garden greenhouse using seeds collected from the wild. During the autumn rains, researchers battled the slippery slopes and clung to the steep cliffs to place plants and directly sow seeds into appropriate habitat near existing Koehlers rockcress plants. Very few seeds available from cultivated plants.
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Arabis pendula is a BIENNIAL growing to 0.9 m (3ft). It is not frost tender. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees, Lepidoptera (Moths & Butterflies). Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and prefers well-drained soil. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in full shade (deep woodland) semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It prefers moist soil.
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Ibn-al-Haitam, al-Hasan Ibn-al-Hasan; Witelo; Risner, Friedrich, Opticae thesavrvs Alhazeni Arabis libri septem, nunc primùm editi. Eivsdem liber De Crepvscvlis & Nubium ascensionibus. Item Vitellonis Thuvringopoloni Libri X. Omnes instaurati, figuris illustrati & aucti, adiectis etiam in Alhazenum commentarijs, a Federico Risnero, 1572 ...
USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Arabis × arendsii in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on 09-Oct-10 ...
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The pathophysiologic mechanism underlying neuropathic pain may differ depending on the site of injury. Previous studies have demonstrated differences in behavioral responses to the more peripheral injury of partial sciatic nerve ligation (PSL) compared with the more proximal SNL model.4-6 Although both models involve direct injury and insertion of a foreign body (suture) around the nerve, the SNL has been shown to produce a more profound mechanical hypersensitivity.5 There are differences in sympathetic fiber growth after the different injuries, which may play a role in the differential behavioral responses.6,7 Furthermore, the dependence of the sympathetic growth is influenced by the growth factor production induced by the injury. The SNL model with a more proximal injury is different in that it is more uniform with all fibers in the L5-L6 nerve distribution being affected. This may deprive the cell body in dorsal root ganglia of a greater amount of the nerve axon, possibly reducing expression ...
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Family - Brassicaceae Stems - To 50cm tall, erect to decumbent, typically simple but also sometimes branching in upper 1/2, herbaceous, from a thin taproot or fibrous roots, purplish-green, fairly densely pubescent with branching and stellate hairs. Leaves - Alternate. Basal leaves petiolate. Petioles to +2cm long. Blades coarsely and irregularly dentate, to +10cm long, +4cm broad, spatulate to broadly obovate, slightly pubescent with branching and stellate hairs. Cauline leaves sessile, auriculate-clasping, to +5cm long, +2cm broad, coarsely and irregularly dentate, densely stellate pubescent below, glabrous above, oblanceolate to broadly oblong, acute. Margins ciliolate. ...
Perennials; (caudex simple or branched, with some persistent petiolar remains); sparsely to moderately pubescent, trichomes bulbous-based, simple and long-stalked, forked, (to 2 mm), these often mixed with fewer 3-rayed, stalked stellate ones. Stems simple or few from base (caudex), erect, unbranched distally, (0.6-) 1.7-4.5(-5) dm, (usually pubescent throughout, rarely subglabrate, coarsely hirsute, trichomes simple, mixed with forked ones). Basal leaves: petiole 0.5-2(-3) cm, (ciliate); blade oblanceolate to obovate, (1-)2-5(-9) cm × (5-)8-18(-22) mm, margins entire or repand to dentate, (ciliate), apex obtuse, surfaces pubescent or glabrous, trichomes simple and forked, sometimes mixed with 3-rayed stellate ones. Cauline leaves 3-6 (or 7); blade oblong, 1-3(-6) cm × 2-7(-15) mm, base not auriculate, margins entire or dentate, (ciliate or not), apex obtuse, surfaces pubescent as basal leaves or glabrous. Racemes simple, (dense). Fruiting pedicels ascending to erect, 5-10 mm, (pubescent or ...
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Calflora: Information on California plants for education, research and conservation, with data contributed by public and private institutions and individuals, including the Consortium of California Herbaria. [web application]. 2019. Berkeley, California: The Calflora Database [a non-profit organization]. Available: https://www.calflora.org/ (Accessed: Dec 15, 2019). ...
basal leaves 2-3cm, narrowly oblanceolate, acute, thinly petiolate, canescent, stem leaves sessile, oblong, flowers 3-25, in raceme, petals 5-8mm, siliques glabrous, ...
Flower bisexual; sepals 4, free; petals (0)4, free, generally white or yellow, often clawed; stamens generally (2,4)6, generally 4 long, 2 short; ovary 1, superior, chambers generally 2, septum membranous, connecting 2 parietal placentas, style 1, stigma simple or 2- ...
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Flower bisexual; sepals 4, free; petals (0)4, free, generally white or yellow, often clawed; stamens generally (2,4)6, generally 4 long, 2 short; ovary 1, superior, chambers generally 2, septum membranous, connecting 2 parietal placentas, style 1, stigma simple or 2- ...
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Te Kaitaka house is nestled amongst the tussock covered hills of Roy?s Peninsula on the shores of Lake Wanaka, in the South Island of New Zealand. It is situated on the edge of Te Wahipounamu / Southwest New Zealand World Heritage Area and Mt Aspiring National Park. Continue ...
Naya Kang Peak (5,844m), formerly known as Ganja La Chuli lies in the lap of the most perfect alpine landscape in the world, the Langtang region. Regarded as the
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The Arabis class was the third, and largest, of the five sub-classes of minesweeping sloops completed under the Emergency War Programme for the Royal Navy in World War I. They were part of the larger "Flower Class" shipbuilding project, which were also referred to as the "Cabbage Class", or "Herbaceous Borders". The ships were also used outside their minesweeping duties as patrol vessels, tugs, and personnel and cargo transports. The design for the Arabis class was made at the end of 1914. All 36 British vessels were ordered in July 1915, and were built in three batches, averaging 12 vessels. A further 8 vessels were later built in British shipyards for the French Navy. The design was highly appealing, as most shipyards were capable of building them, and construction could be completed in five months. Like the preceding Acacia and Azalea class sloops, these were single-screw Fleet Sweeping Vessels (Sloops) with triple hulls at the bows to give extra protection against loss when working. HMS ...
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Reference: 32629. Symptoms of arabis mosaic virus on leaves of lilac . Specimens supplied by Institute of Invertebrate Virology , Oxford . Location: Alice Holt , Hampshire , England ...
This species is restricted mostly to southern Indiana where it is usually found in hard, white, slightly acid, clay soil in fallow fields where it is often abundant and usually associated with Alopecurus carolinianus, Myosotis virginica, and Arabis virginica. Since all of my specimens are from fallow and cultivated fields, it seems that one would be justified in assuming that it is being introduced from the area to the south of us. In 1937 it was an abundant weed in an Iris farm near Bluffton, Wells County.. ……. Indiana Coefficient of Conservatism: C = 0. Wetland Indicator Status: FACU ...
Within a population, the pseudogenization of a gene does not happen instantaneously. Rather, after a disruptive mutation occurs, the alleles at the locus undergo a fixation process. Depending on the outcome, such a mutation is either fixed or lost. Thus, every gene loss goes through two stages: a polymorphic stage in the contemporary population subject to evolutionary forces; and a fixed stage freed from selective pressure. The fixed mutation becomes the base substitution in the species under study relative to the other and is identified through comparison of the genomes of two species. By comparing the human and the mouse genomes, we identify 76 fixed unitary pseudogenes. In addition, we identify 11 human genes with pseudogenic alleles, whose disruptive mutations include nonsense mutations and frameshifts. Our identification of polymorphic pseudogenes is by no means comprehensive as we search in the reference genome sequence for only the loci that are associated with both CDS disruptions and ...
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Positive interactions in alpine plant communities have been reported to increase in importance with increasing altitude and exposure. Positive and negative interactions between plants might occur simultaneously, so the net plant-plant interaction is determined by the balance between positive and negative effects. I investigated the relative effect of facilitation and resource competition by surrounding dwarf shrubs on Carex bigelowii in two contrasting arctic-alpine tundra heathlands. Carex bigelowii was positively associated with dwarf shrubs on an exposed mountain ridge but negatively associated with dwarf shrubs on a protected heath. A removal experiment indicated that positive associations at the exposed site are the result of facilitation of C. bigelowii by the dwarf shrub canopy. Our understanding of arctic and alpine plant communities can be enhanced by regarding plant interactions as combinations of positive and negative components.. ...
Although historical gene flow in the tiger metapopulation of central India has mitigated the drift-induced subdivision and has been in a state of migration-drift equilibrium, contemporary gene flow has been reduced. A comparison of the spatial pattern of remnant forest patches and the pattern of contemporary gene flow further confirms that there is a drastic reduction in gene flow among those tiger reserve pairs (Kanha-Satpura, Pench-Melghat and Kanha-Melghat) that have lost forest connectivity. Gene flow has been maintained at the same scale between the remaining tiger reserve pairs owing to the existing functional corridor between them. These results support our hypothesis about genetic connectivity of the predefined TCLs owing to presence of functional corridors. Based on the significant gene flow between TCL pairs, we suggest consolidating these pairs into a genetically connected single metapopulation. We also advise reclassifying the tiger landscape taxonomy in the light of genetic ...
We investigated whether the installation of sluice gates hindered gene flow among subpopulations of a fluvial lamprey, Lethenteron sp. N, inhabiting a paddy water system. Individuals were collected from three study sites and were genotyped at six polymorphic microsatellite loci. Our calculations indicated that, historically, gene flow among the subpopulations was frequent and bidirectional; however, contemporary gene flow was unidirectional (upstream to downstream). This indicates that the sluice gates have obstructed the movement of individuals between different subpopulations. Despite this, genetic diversity was similar across all three study sites. Thus, while the fluvial lamprey population does not appear to be in danger of losing genetic diversity, continued isolation is likely to affect gene flow by reducing migration between subpopulations. We recommend a management scheme wherein the sluice gates are periodically opened in order to facilitate migration. Since lampreys are an important part of
TY - JOUR. T1 - Historical connectivity, contemporary isolation and local adaptation in a widespread but discontinuously distributed species endemic to Taiwan, Rhododendron oldhamii (Ericaceae). AU - Hsieh, Y. C.. AU - Chung, J. D.. AU - Wang, C. N.. AU - Chang, C. T.. AU - Chen, C. Y.. AU - Hwang, S. Y.. PY - 2013/8/1. Y1 - 2013/8/1. N2 - Elucidation of the evolutionary processes that constrain or facilitate adaptive divergence is a central goal in evolutionary biology, especially in non-model organisms. We tested whether changes in dynamics of gene flow (historical vs contemporary) caused population isolation and examined local adaptation in response to environmental selective forces in fragmented Rhododendron oldhamii populations. Variation in 26 expressed sequence tag-simple sequence repeat loci from 18 populations in Taiwan was investigated by examining patterns of genetic diversity, inbreeding, geographic structure, recent bottlenecks, and historical and contemporary gene flow. Selection ...
One of Canadas most enchanting places, where the mountains meet the sea. As you hug the world-famous Cabot Trail coastline, youll wind through Cape Breton Highlands National Park, where lush, forested river canyons carve into the ancient plateau, edged by rust-coloured cliffs. The cool maritime climate and rugged landscape of the park permit a unique blend of Acadian, Boreal and Taiga habitats, plants and animals. This special mix of northern and southern species is not found anywhere else in Canada. Within the park, several dozen species of rare or threatened plants and animals can be found, as well as old growth forests of international importance. Small populations of arctic-alpine plants left over from the last ice age can also be found here ...
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This thesis is the first to the authors knowledge to conduct a holistic investigation of the physical, chemical and microbial properties of a rock glacier. The Lone Peak Rock Glacier (LPRG) is located in the Madison Range of southwest Montana on Big Sky Resort property. This thesis focuses on three scales of investigation: regional, landform, and micro. Regional-scale analysis assessed the role of geology and topography as factors in determining rock-glacier distribution in SW Montana above 2000m. Rock glaciers across alpine landscapes in southwest Montana are preferentially distributed according to rock type, with more rock glaciers occurring in intrusive, foliated intrusive and metamorphic catchments relative to the areal proportion of these rock types than in extrusive and sedimentary catchments. This preferential distribution according to catchment geology is likely due to the affect that geology has on topography and provision of talus. Landform-scale analysis focuses on internal ...
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Scopul acestor cercetari a fost evaluarea pretabilitatii la congelare a spermei de la 38 de tapi de rasa Alpina si Saanen, importati din Germania(2005).Sperma s-a congelat in medile Tris si Citrat, fara plasma seminala, folosind metoda de congelare rapida in azot lichid. Rezultatele pretabilitatii la congelare s-au evaluat prin determinarea indicilor spermatici si criobiologici: motilitatea dupa 24 de ore a spermei diluate, comparativ cu motilitatea spermei congelata decongelata, motilitatea stabilita dupa coloratia Bloom, stabilirea modificarilor ultrastructurale ale spermatozoizilor congelati decongelati prin examen electronomicroscopic si stabilirea fecunditatii dupa inseminarea spermei decongelate la capre cu estrul Indus. Valorile medii ale motilitatii spermei diluate au fost de 86.81 0.88% la rasa Alpina si de 85 2,24% la Saanen, in timp ce, dupa decongelare motilitatea a fost de 46.34 2.66% pentru Alpina si de 56.12 4,02% pentru Saanen .Unele modificari ultrastructurale s-au observat la ...
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It is very difficult to grow things around the roots of a silver maple tree, I know...I have one. Dry shade is also a challenge for gardeners. There are some shade loving, drought tolerant perennials to try: Alliums, Arabis, Artemisia, Aruncus, Baptisia, Echinacea Magnus, Festuca, Helleborus, Hemerocallis, Lamium, Monarda, Penstemon, Sedums, and Tovara. Keep trying to amend the clay soil with organic matter such as compost, leaf mould, and composted cow manure. This will help whatever you plant there have a better chance of thriving in those difficult conditions ...
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A water-soluble Chl a/b-protein (CP673) was isolated and purified from Brussels sprouts (Brassica oleracea L. var. gemmifera DC). The protein had a molecular mass of 78 kDa and an isoelectric point of 4.7, consisted of three or four subunits of 22 kDa and was extremely heat-stable. Although CP673 contained about one Chl a per protein, the blue and red absorption bands of Chl a that consisted of three or four Chl a forms with different absorption maxima suggested that there are several different modes or sites of binding for Chl a. Chl a/b ratio of larger than 10 also indicated that Chl b is present only in a small fraction of CP673. The heterogeneity of CP673 in terms of composition and binding of Chl suggests that Chl is not an intrinsic component of the Chl-protein. Homology search showed that the N-terminal amino acid sequence of CP673 is highly homologous with that of a 22 kDa protein that accumulates in water-stressed leaves of two Brassicaceae plants, rapeseed and radish, but not with ...
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Arabis macdonaldiana is a species of flowering plant in the mustard family known by the common name MacDonalds rockcress. It ... Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Arabis_macdonaldiana&oldid=900790013" ...
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Arabis mcdonaldianaArabis mcdonaldiana

Synonyms: Arabis blepharophylla Hook. & Arn. var. macdonaldiana (Eastw.) Jeps.; Arabis serpentinicola Rollins; Arabis ... Etymology: (Latin: of Arabia) Note: Most species of Arabis in TJM (1993) moved to Boechera; Arabis glabra to Turritis. ... Genus: Arabis. View Description. Dichotomous Key. Common Name: ROCKCRESS. Habit: Annual, biennial, perennial herb; base not ... Arabis mcdonaldiana Eastw.. NATIVE. Habit: Perennial herb; caudex branched. Stem: few to many, simple, (0.6)1.5--3(4) dm, ...
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Arabis blepharophyllaArabis blepharophylla

Previous taxon: Arabis. Next taxon: Arabis eschscholtziana. Name Search Botanical illustration including Arabis blepharophylla ... Arabis blepharophylla. © 2017 Steve Matson. Arabis blepharophylla. © 2017 Steve Matson. More photos of Arabis blepharophylla in ... Arabis blepharophylla. © 2016 Neal Kramer. Arabis blepharophylla. © 2013 Aaron Schusteff. Arabis blepharophylla. © 2017 Steve ... Etymology: (Latin: of Arabia) Note: Most species of Arabis in TJM (1993) moved to Boechera; Arabis glabra to Turritis. ...
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Kootenai ARESKootenai ARES

The mission of the Kootenai County ARES.... Kootenai County ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Service) is a volunteer organization ...
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Category:Arabis caucasica - Wikimedia CommonsCategory:Arabis caucasica - Wikimedia Commons

Wikispecies has an entry on: Arabis caucasica. *GRIN link : Arabis caucasica Willd. (Syn. Arabis alpina subsp. caucasica (Willd ... Vernacular names [edit wikidata Category:Arabis caucasica linked to current category] [edit wikidata Arabis caucasica main ... Media in category "Arabis caucasica". The following 49 files are in this category, out of 49 total. ... Arabis caucasica Caucasian Rock Cress კავკასიური არაბულა.jpg 3,000 × 4,000; 3.78 MB. ...
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arabo - Wiktionaryarabo - Wiktionary

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aravero - Wiktionaryaravero - Wiktionary

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Growing ArabisGrowing Arabis

... Latin Name Pronunciation: ar-uh-biss. One of the best rock garden plants and a good groundcover; also fine in ...
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Warren County ARESWarren County ARES

... consists of FCC-licensed amateur radio operators who have voluntarily registered the use of their time and ... Warren County ARES exists to provide emergency radio communications within Warren County, Iowa, when activated through the ... The assigned Warren County ARES Simplex Operating Frequency is 146.565. In the menu to the left, you will find information ... In conjunction with the Warren Amateur Radio Society, Warren County ARES maintains the use of three repeaters:. *N0FAM 147.195 ...
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ARES - Burlingame, CAARES - Burlingame, CA

ARES is an award-winning technology firm providing services to companies in the aerospace, defense, energy, homeland security, ... ARES. ARES is an award-winning technology firm providing services to companies in the aerospace, defense, energy, homeland ...
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Ares - Wikimedia CommonsAres - Wikimedia Commons

See also: Special:PrefixIndex/Ares and all pages with titles containing "Ares" Azərbaycanca ,Беларуская (тарашкевіца)‎ , বাংলা ... Ares I and V a type of rocket that is being developed ... Ares, Greek God of war known in Roman Pantheon as Mars.. *Ares ... Retrieved from "https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Ares&oldid=259861130" ...
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Bugs : AresBugs : Ares

However, unlike RockPatch and other exe patches, Ares does not modify the games exe. Instead, Ares uses Syringe to inject its ... Ares fixes and enhances the Yuris Revenge game engine in a variety of ways, allowing modders to expand the game with never ...
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ARES RACES FAQARES RACES FAQ

I dont see ARES mentioned in Part 97? Whats the story?. True, theres nothing in Part 97 about ARES specifically. ARES ... How can I register for RACES? How about ARES?. RACES and ARES are both vital organizations and need your participation to make ... ARES® vs RACES FAQ. * During an emergency, when is ARES activated? How about RACES? ... Stations operating under ARES have much more flexibility because the main purpose of ARES is to serve the emergency ...
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User:ElJay Arem - WikipediaUser:ElJay Arem - Wikipedia

The original page is located at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:ElJay_Arem.. ... Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:ElJay_Arem&oldid=785331545" ...
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Aramus guaraunaAramus guarauna

... Aramidae, Limpkin. Click on an image to view larger version & data in a new window ... Page: Tree of Life Aramus guarauna. Aramidae, Limpkin. The TEXT of this page is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution ... Aramus guarauna. Aramidae, Limpkin. Version 31 August 2007 (temporary). http://tolweb.org/Aramus_guarauna/26311/2007.08.31 in ...
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Ares on SpotifyAres on Spotify

Ares, Category: Artist, Albums: Alice, Singles: Solo, Rolling Stone, Russian Spies, Balance, Cameras, Top Tracks: Alice, Solo ... Listen to Ares now.. Listen to Ares in full in the Spotify app ...
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ARES on SpotifyARES on Spotify

Listen to ARES now.. Listen to ARES in full in the Spotify app ... ARES was also chosen to be "Upcoming band of the week" by one ... ARES shows great potential and a high level of ambitions. There is much more to come from the two women in ARES next year as ... ARES is an electronic pop duo from Copenhagen that consists of Line Mortensen and Louise Andersen. The duo was formed back in ... Previously ARES has shared three tracks from the debut EP Lost. First the debut single "Strangers", followed up by the dark " ...
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Arabis georgiana - WikispeciesArabis georgiana - Wikispecies

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Ares download | SourceForge.netAres download | SourceForge.net

Ares stands for Aural RPG Experience System. It is used to create and play music lists, background sounds or special sound ... Ares stands for Aural RPG Experience System. It is used to create and play music lists, background sounds or special sound ... Ares Galaxy A free peer-to-peer (P2P) BitTorrent file sharing client ...
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Arabis × arendsii - WikispeciesArabis × arendsii - Wikispecies

Genus: Arabis Species: Arabis × arendsii Name[edit]. Arabis × arendsii H.R.Wehrh., 1931. Note: This is an artificial hybrid ... USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Arabis × arendsii in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U. ... Retrieved from "https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Arabis_×_arendsii&oldid=5766889" ...
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ARES Moble CommandARES Moble Command

Long County ARES Moble Command. We are currently working on getting a retired Army trunk in which will be converted to use as ...
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Plants Profile for Arabis (rockcress)Plants Profile for Arabis (rockcress)

click on a thumbnail to view an image, or see all the Arabis thumbnails at the Plants Gallery ... The Plants Database includes the following 88 species of Arabis . Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. ...
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Andrena arabis -  -- Discover LifeAndrena arabis - -- Discover Life

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  • Emergency service is one of the basics of the Amateur Radio Service and there is sometimes come some confusion about ARES, the ARRL arm of emergency services and RACES, the government arm of amateur emergency services. (arrl.org)
  • To volunteer for ARES, register with your local ARRL Emergency Coordinator. (arrl.org)
  • ARES also stands for Amateur Radio Emergency Services , a division of the American Radio Relay League ( ARRL ). (everything2.com)
  • Warren County ARES consists of FCC-licensed amateur radio operators who have voluntarily registered the use of their time and equipment to benefit the community. (google.com)
  • ARES operators are, of course, bound by all applicable Part 97 rules, but they aren't bound by the specific emergency rules as specified in §97.407, as stations operating under RACES are. (arrl.org)
  • ARES operators have greater flexibility. (arrl.org)
  • Welcome to the home page of the Warren County Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES). (google.com)
  • ARES is an electronic pop duo from Copenhagen that consists of Line Mortensen and Louise Andersen. (spotify.com)
  • Ares was the Greek god of war , and was the son of Zeus and Hera . (everything2.com)
  • It seems, on the contrary, that the Greek s, ever since the Homeric age, took pleasure in presenting the brute strength of Ares as being restrained or deceived by the wiser strength displayed by Heracles or the manly wisdom of Athena . (everything2.com)
  • If you are operating under ARES, you can also use your own primary license and call sign or any other call sign authorized by a given control operator. (arrl.org)
  • Warren County ARES exists to provide emergency radio communications within Warren County, Iowa, when activated through the Warren County Office of Emergency Management or other recognized agency. (google.com)
  • Generally, ARES handles all emergency messages, including those between government emergency management officials. (arrl.org)
  • Sign-up to receive the latest news and ratings for ARES and its competitors with MarketBeat's FREE daily newsletter. (marketbeat.com)
  • On average, they anticipate Ares Management's stock price to reach $25.00 in the next year. (marketbeat.com)
  • There is much more to come from the two women in ARES next year as they are already planning new releases and a string of concerts. (spotify.com)
  • But Athena's words were of no avail and she had to intervene directly in order to turn aside Ares' spear. (everything2.com)
  • A station operating in ARES may communicate with any amateur station. (arrl.org)
  • Ares Management (NYSE:ARES) announced its quarterly earnings results on Thursday, February, 15th. (marketbeat.com)
  • I am Aro, original head developer and leader of Twisted Insurrection. (moddb.com)
  • With 'Lost' ARES shows great potential and a high level of ambitions. (spotify.com)
  • Ares Management is scheduled to release their next quarterly earnings announcement on Thursday, May, 3rd 2018. (marketbeat.com)
  • Aro how is the release going? (moddb.com)