Shoub, J.; Hertogh, A.A.D., 1974: Effects of ancymidol and gibberellins A3 and A4+7 on Tulipa gesneriana L. cv. Paul Richter during development in the greenhouse
Tulipa gesneriana agglutinin: agglutinates mouse erythrocytes; do not confuse with tulip lectin which preferentially agglutinates Saccharomyces yeasts; MW appr 40kDa; composed of 2 subunits with MW 26kDa & 14kDa
This tulip produces 2-7 spear-shaped 12 inch green leaves either smooth or lightly covered with fuzz. Single flowers can be red, orange, yellow or burgundy
Aqua (Water), Butylene Glycol, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Cetyl Esters, Squalane, PEG-100 Stearate, Ceresin, Dimethicone, Serine, Tyrosine, Rosa Canina Seed Extract, Cetearyl Alcohol, Arginine, Ceteareth-12, Citrus Limon Leaf Extract, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate, Dioscorea Villosa (Wild Yam) Root Extract, Punica Granatum Seed Oil, Borago officinalis (Borage) Seed Oil, Quillaja Saponaria Bark Extract, Jasminum Officinale Flower Oil, Tulipa Gesneriana Callus Culture Extract, Persica Kernel Oil, Sodium Polyacrylate, Allantoin, Zingiber officinale (Ginger) Root Oil, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Propylparaben, MethylParaben. ...
No other flower rewards the gardener more lavishly for just putting a bulb into the ground. From jewel-toned miniatures to the dazzle of huge lush doubles, no flower group puts on quite the same show as tulips. Choose from the old favorites to several new introductions or new mixtures. Plant these this fall, and next spring, watch your neighbors turn green with envy. Mid - Late Spring and Loamy Soil
Elegant Lady is a mid-spring blooming, lily-flowered cultivar, with pointed, reflexed petals. Creamy-yellow blooms edged with soft lavender-pink. The tulip has been the favored spring bulb for centuries. Thriving where summers are dry and winters are cold, this bulb is treated as an annual where summers are hot and
Plants of Belarus website contains information about the plants that grow and are cultivated in the Republic of Belarus. More than 500 pictures. References.
Plants of Belarus website contains information about the plants that grow and are cultivated in the Republic of Belarus. More than 500 pictures. References.
tulip: Tulipa any of a group of cultivated bulbous herbs in the family Liliaceae. The genus Tulipa consists of about 100 species that are native to Eurasia from Austria and Italy eastward...
Warning: Only read the following paragraph if you can handle medical yucky stuff. I had an IV access in one of my hands or arms for the better part of my time in the hospital. Each one can only stay in for five days, therefore, I had many sticks. I became known as a "hard stick." This means that often several attempts had to be made before an IV was successfully started, with many veins "blowing" as attempts were made. (Can we say major swelling and bruising?) For surgery and other procedures, an 18-gague needle is preferred. The night before my c-section, my nurse was given the order to put in the access that would be used for surgery. She decided to use a 20-gague needle (which is smaller), since I was known hard stick. This turned out to be a very bad decision. The anesthesiologist preferred to have an 18 in me while surgery occurred, especially since I was going under general. After many attempts, she thought shed successfully started one before surgery, just in case, that wasnt used until ...
Landstinget i Västerbotten bestämde sig för att ta bort ambulansen i Åsele och ersätta den med en akutbil. Resultatet var inte så lycka ...
Tulipa spp. (tulip) Nobody has much of anything to say about eating tulip leaves or flowers, which doesnt necessarily mean theyre safe, but does suggest that maybe theyre not a huge deal. Tulip bulbs, on the other hand, can be seriously inconvenient. There are two main types of tulip-related issues. The first, from ingestion, is pretty straightforward, and results in drooling, nausea, vomiting, and occasionally difficulty breathing or heart palpitations, though thats apparently as far as it goes: it doesnt appear that anybody usually dies. Though I imagine you could if you had a burning desire to commit suicide-by-tulip. The second type of problem with tulip bulbs is mostly occupational, and results in a rash and inflammation of the hands, brittle nails (the nails thing happens to almost everybody who handles tulip bulbs occupationally), skin peeling off, etc. The rash can sometimes spread to other parts of the body, though thats not common. For some people, breathing the dust from tulip ...
Tulipa spp. (tulip) Nobody has much of anything to say about eating tulip leaves or flowers, which doesnt necessarily mean theyre safe, but does suggest that maybe theyre not a huge deal. Tulip bulbs, on the other hand, can be seriously inconvenient. There are two main types of tulip-related issues. The first, from ingestion, is pretty straightforward, and results in drooling, nausea, vomiting, and occasionally difficulty breathing or heart palpitations, though thats apparently as far as it goes: it doesnt appear that anybody usually dies. Though I imagine you could if you had a burning desire to commit suicide-by-tulip. The second type of problem with tulip bulbs is mostly occupational, and results in a rash and inflammation of the hands, brittle nails (the nails thing happens to almost everybody who handles tulip bulbs occupationally), skin peeling off, etc. The rash can sometimes spread to other parts of the body, though thats not common. For some people, breathing the dust from tulip ...
Height: 40cm (16"). Spread 15cm (6"). Supplied as bulbs. Tulip Ronaldo - 16 tulip bulbs. Buy it in Plants and Seeds on Bubbles
Tulisan ini merupakan tulisan pembuka dari seri tulisan bubble dan crash bursa saham. Dari abad pertengahan sampai dengan saat ini bubble dan crash merupakan fenomena yang seringkali terjadi. Sangat menarik untuk membahas mengenai hal ini. Selamat menikmati :) Tidak dapat disangkal bahwa tulip bulb mania merupakan cikal bakal dari bubble ekonomi di dunia modern. Tulip…
A polyacrylamide (PAAm)-modified monolithic silica capillary column of increased phase ratio, 200T-PAAm, for hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography (HILIC) was prepared. The column showed high separation efficiency, with a theoretical plate height H = 7â€"20 μm at a linear velocity, u = 1â€"7 mm/s. From a kinetic plot analysis, it was expected that the monolithic column could provide three times faster separation than particle-packed HILIC columns under a pressure limit at 20 MPa. HILIC coupled with electrospray ionization (ESI)â€"mass spectrometry (HILIC-ESI-MS) using the 200T-PAAm column was employed for the analysis of underivatized carbohydrates to achieve fast and efficient separations of mixtures containing mono-, di-, and trisaccharides within 5 min. Under single MS full scan mode, 200 pg of oligosaccharides was detected by the system. The limit of detection (LOD) of the LC-ESI-MS/MS system was determined using selected reaction monitoring (SRM) to be as low as 3.2 ...
Deineka, V. I., Kulchenko, Y. & Deineka, L. A., 2019, In : Russian journal of physical chemistry A. 93, 181, p. 572-576. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Academic › peer-review ...
Retrospective antibiotic surveillance data of selected invasive pathogens isolated from blood and cerebrospinal fluid at public sector hospitals in South Africa in 2007 are presented. Antimicrobial susceptibilities were determined according to the 2007 Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute criteria. Klebsiella pneumoniae remains a highly resistant pathogen, with approximately half of all strains producing extended-spectrum beta-lactamases. All laboratories reported considerable resistance among Acinetobacter spp. Approximately 50-60% of Staphylococcus aureus isolates from blood were resistant to cloxacillin. Among Streptococcus pneumoniae isolates from blood and cerebrospinal fluid, resistance to penicillin ranged from 0% to 6% at most laboratories and 16-42% of isolates were classified with intermediate resistance to penicillin. Resistance to ceftriaxone in S. pneumoniae was rare.
Retrospective antibiotic surveillance data of selected invasive pathogens isolated from blood and cerebrospinal fluid at public sector hospitals in South Africa in 2007 are presented. Antimicrobial susceptibilities were determined according to the 2007 Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute criteria. Klebsiella pneumoniae remains a highly resistant pathogen, with approximately half of all strains producing extended-spectrum beta-lactamases. All laboratories reported considerable resistance among Acinetobacter spp. Approximately 50-60% of Staphylococcus aureus isolates from blood were resistant to cloxacillin. Among Streptococcus pneumoniae isolates from blood and cerebrospinal fluid, resistance to penicillin ranged from 0% to 6% at most laboratories and 16-42% of isolates were classified with intermediate resistance to penicillin. Resistance to ceftriaxone in S. pneumoniae was rare ...
Define Tulips. Tulips synonyms, Tulips pronunciation, Tulips translation, English dictionary definition of Tulips. n. 1. Any of several bulbous plants of the genus Tulipa of the lily family, native chiefly to Asia and widely cultivated for their showy, variously colored,...
After a patient winter spent waiting for spring bulbs to emerge, you will feel a huge disappointment if new blooms and foliage are disfigured by wilt. Tulips (Tulipa spp.), among the most iconic of spring flowers, may yellow and wilt due inadequate cultural conditions or diseases caused by fungi or viruses.
Formation of flavonol 3-O-diglycosides and flavonol 3-O-triglycosides by enzyme extracts from anthers of Tulipa cv apeldoorn - characterization and activity of 3 different O-glycosyltransferases during anther development ...
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Celebrated Brazilian songwriter-producer-multi-instrumentalist Amabis, who produced Rita Redshoes album Life Is a Second of Love, proves beyond any doubt on his latest release Trabalhos Carnivoros that he can now add vocalist to his list of musical talents with this assured masterpiece of atmospheric, stripped-down cinematic folk where his vocals take center stage. With his previous album Memorias Luso/Africanas featuring vocals from Lucas Santtana, Criolo, Céu and Tulipa, it was a brave move by Amabis to shoulder all vocal duties himself, yet he does so with aplomb, and his melancholic delivery is the perfect foil to the spooky reverbed guitars, echoing silence and rhythmic claustrophobia that he and his long-term musical partner Regis Damasceno have crafted. Mostly known for his production work -- famously on Céus acclaimed second and third albums Vagarosa and Caravana Sereia Bloom -- Amabis has also worked on soundtracks for both Brazilian TV (City of Men) and Hollywood (Lord of War, ...
The egg yolk of vertebrates contains carotenoids, which account for its characteristic yellow color in some species. Such plant-derived compounds, e.g. beta-carotene, serve as the natural precursors (provitamins) of vitamin A, which is indispensable for chordate development. As egg yolk also contains stored vitamin A, carotenoids have so far been solely discussed as pigments for the coloration of the offspring. Based on our recent molecular identification of the enzyme catalyzing provitamin A conversion to vitamin A, we address a possible role of provitamin A during zebrafish (Danio rerio) development. We cloned the zebrafish gene encoding the vitamin A-forming enzyme, a beta,beta-carotene-15,15-oxygenase. Analysis of its mRNA expression revealed that it is under complex spatial and temporal control during development. Targeted gene knockdown using the morpholino antisense oligonucleotide technique indicated a vital role of the provitamin A-converting enzyme. Morpholino-injected embryos ...
Brownies visual charm more than makes up for its shorter than desired height (12–16"). Densely layered blooms in a blend of copper, brown, and orange ...
Constant exposure to harmless food antigens requires that intestinal immune responses are normally biased towards tolerance and development of regulatory T cell...
Question: When is the best time to plant tulip bulbs? Can I do it in the late fall, and what other bulbs can you plant in fall?. Answer: Bulbs which bloom early in the spring, including the tulips, are best planted in the fall. Here in New Mexico we recommend planting in October, but if it is not possible to plant by then, to plant by Christmas. So, plant from October until the soil freezes. The earlier planting is preferable because the bulbs produce roots in the warm soil in the fall before the ground freezes. When the air is getting quite cold, the soil retains considerable heat and allows this growth of roots. A good root system helps the bulbs to establish and produce a good floral display in the spring.. There are other bulb-forming plants which bloom in the fall These include daffodils, crocus, dutch iris, snowdrops, glory-of-the-snow, hyacinths, alliums (ornamental onions), and many others. Some of these produce corms which are bulb-like but not true bulbs. Never the less, they bloom in ...
2014 September 26, Charles Quest-Ritson, "The Dutch garden where tulip bulbs live forever: Hortus Bulborum, a volunteer-run Dutch garden, is dedicated to conserving historic varieties before they vanish for good [print version: Inspired by a living bulb archive, 27 September 2014, p. G5]", in ...
History records that Rachel Ruysch also had an international clientele. But virtually every major artist in Amsterdam during this period could make that claim. In 1699, Rachel and her husband moved from Amsterdam to The Hague (barely 25 miles southwest) where both continued their careers. A few years later, they again moved, this time to Dusseldorf where Rachel became the court painter for Johann Wilhelm, Elector of Palatine. During her lifetime, from the age of fifteen until shortly before her death, Rachel Ruyschs paintings grew to number in the hundreds, some 250 of which have well-documented attribution (many lesser works were quite small to satisfy the local, middle-class market). Art historians have deemed Rachel as among the top two or three floral artists of both the 16th and 17th-centuries. The Dutch love flowers, to the point of being a little crazy, even silly about them (in 1637, there was a financial panic brought on by a bursting "bubble" in the tulip bulb market). In any case, ...
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This year, late winter time when the ground was sodden, the badger has been especially interested in tulip bulbs - Im not sure why. In an old garden like this in a rural setting, I tend to think they are mostly interested in snuffling out worms and chafer grubs. It would be a shame to block them out but maybe we should. Do you get badgers in your garden?. LikeLike. Reply. ...
The front-month contract opened up more than 8%.. This, despite the fact that the earthquake was hundreds of miles away from the mines in Chile and there was zero damage to them. Some were offline for a few hours due to power failures, but none suffered any physical or structural damage, nor did their export points and the transportation network between the two.. So why did price spike more than 8% even though all this was known by the market before it re-opened for trading?. No part of the markets are trading on fundamental values, nor on forward business expectations. They are instead trading as hot money repositories where speculators rotate in and out of various instruments literally on a minute-by-minute basis.. This is how crashes happen.. When there is no fundamental value underlying a market there is no floor on price. Price then becomes one thing and one thing only - the number at which you can find another sucker to take your position from you.. This is how tulip bulbs went nuts in ...
In this thesis, we present the Fourier Modal Method for computing periodic nanophotonic systems. We investigate waveguides and cavities inside woodpile photonic crystals and compare our numerical results with experimental measurements. Also, the polarization properties of opal photonic crystals are investigated. Additionally, we report on our efforts in improving the convergence of the method by adaptive spatial resolution for arbitrarily shaped structures ...
Transmission X-ray microscopy relies on diffractive X-ray optics to achieve high spatial resolution for the investigation of many types of specimens, both organic and inorganic. We present several nanofabrication methods to produce high quality diffractive X-ray optics for X-ray imaging.. © 2012 OSA. PDF Article ...
Sara Abrahamsson,1,2,* Rob Ilic,2 Jan Wisniewski,3 Brian Mehl,3 Liya Yu,2 Lei Chen,2 Marcelo Davanco,2 Laura Oudjedi,4 Jean-Bernard Fiche,4 Bassam Hajj,3,7 Xin Jin,1 Joan Pulupa,5 Christine Cho,1 Mustafa Mir,3,6 Mohamed El Beheiry,3,7 Xavier Darzacq,3,6 Marcelo Nollmann,4 Maxime Dahan,3,7 Carl Wu,3 Timothée Lionnet,3 J. Alexander Liddle,2 and Cornelia I. Bargmann1 1HHMI and Lulu and Anthony Wang Laboratory of Neural Circuits and Behavior, The Rockefeller University, New York, NY 10065, USA 2Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD 20899, USA 3Transcription Imaging Consortium, HHMI Janelia Research Campus, Ashburn, VA 20147, USA 4Centre de Biochimie Structurale, CNRS UMR5048, INSERM U1054, Université de Montpellier, 29 rue de Navacelles, 34090 Montpellier, France 5Laboratory of Cellular Biophysics, The Rockefeller University, New York, NY 10065, USA 6University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA 7Laboratoire Physico ...
The Candida fungus is both normal flora and an invasive pathogen. The range of infection with Candida species varies from a benign local mucosal membrane infection to disseminated disease.
At the surface of the intestinal lining, immune responses are carefully balanced: Invasive pathogens must be eliminated or excluded, while nutrients and trillions of commensal microbes must be tolerated. Mucida studies how the immune system associated with intestinal mucosae maintains this careful balance by generating efficient protective responses without jeopardizing its tolerance to innocuous foreign substances. The human intestinal mucosae, with an area of about 300 square meters, form the largest body surface exposed to the outside world. Within the gut, an estimated 10 trillion commensal bacteria reside, and each day, about 100 grams of dietary protein passes through. Although the majority of these potential antigens are harmless, the intestine is a major entry point for viruses, pathogenic bacteria, fungi, and parasites.. To mediate immunity over such a large and active area, the intestine contains more lymphocytes than the rest of the human body. These cells must act rapidly and ...
By Kyle J. Norton. Anti-inflammatory activity is the process to reduce inflammation or swelling without affecting the function of the immune system.. In the acute phase of infection, the immune first line of defense, the white blood cells, macrophages stimulates the production of blood platelet to cover the wound or cut and proinflammatory cytokines to destroy all invaders.. Most cases of acute infection are stopped at this phase and the wound is healed itself quickly.. However, if the wound is too large, then the recovery may take a longer period and through 4 overlap recovery stages. Any interruption in the overlapped recover stage may cause the formation of scars.. Moreover, overproduction of proinflammatory cytokines that kills harmful pathogens may cause damage and death of nearby healthy cells, leading to the formation of scars, such as scar in the liver caused by hepatitis infection.. Additionally, if the immune system can not destroy the invasive pathogens in a set of times, it will ...
During the first century, the Roman physician Cornelius Celsus defined four cardinal signs of inflammation: redness, swelling, heat, and pain. These signs and symptoms occur during infection by invasive pathogens or as a consequence of trauma. Today, we understand the molecular basis of these physiological responses as mediated by cytokines and other factors produced by cells of the innate immune system. Cytokines are both necessary and sufficient to cause pathophysiological alterations manifested as the four cardinal signs. Importantly, this knowledge has enabled the development of highly selective therapeutical agents that target individual cytokines to prevent or reverse inflammation. For example, selective inhibitors of TNF, a major inflammatory cytokine, have revolutionized the therapy of rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, and other autoimmune and autoinflammatory diseases affecting millions worldwide. Now, in PNAS, Hess et al. use functional MRI to monitor brain activity and ...
Oystermen on the Cape and Islands, and throughout the East Coast, will soon be dealing with new regulations governing their harvesting and distribution procedures as state and federal agencies seek to limit the impact of an invasive pathogen that has sickened an increasing number of people in recent years.
RT @theMJA: Medicinal cannabis: miracle cure or media hype? ... in #MJAInSight ... Its one of the few meds where media hype and patient de… ...
Abe H, Urao T, Ito T, Seki M, Shinozaki K, Yamaguchi-Shinozaki K. 2003. Arabidopsis AtMYC2 (bHLH) and AtMYB2 (MYB) function as transcriptional activators in abscisic acid signaling. The Plant Cell 15, 63-78.[Abstract/Free Full Text] Abebe T, Guenzi AC, Martin B, Chushman JC. 2003. Tolerance of mannitol-accumulating transgenic wheat to water stress and salinity. Plant Physiology 131, 1748-1755.[Abstract/Free Full Text] Aharon R, Shahak Y, Wininger S, Bendov R, Kapulnik Y, Galili G. 2003. Overexpression of a plasma membrane aquaporin in transgenic tobacco improves plant vigor under favorable growth conditions but not under drought or salt stress. The Plant Cell 15, 439-447.[Abstract/Free Full Text] Allen J. 1993. Control of gene expression by redox potential and the requirement for chloroplast and mitochondrial genomes. Journal of Theoretical Biology 165, 609-631.[CrossRef][ISI][Medline] Alpert P, Oliver MJ. 2002. Drying without dying. In: Black M, Pritchard HW, eds. Desiccation and survival in ...
We experimentally demonstrate imaging in the long-wave infrared (LWIR) spectral band (8 μm to 12 μm) using a single polymer flat lens based upon multilevel diffractive optics. The device thickness is only 10 μm, and chromatic aberrations are corrected over the entire LWIR band with one surface. Due to the drastic reduction in device thickness, we are able to utilize polymers with absorption in the LWIR, allowing for inexpensive manufacturing via imprint lithography. The weight of our lens is less than 100 times those of comparable refractive lenses. We fabricated and characterized 2 different flat lenses. Even with about 25% absorption losses, experiments show that our flat polymer lenses obtain good imaging with field of view of 35° and angular resolution less than 0.013°. The flat lenses were characterized with 2 different commercial LWIR image sensors. Finally, we show that, by using lossless, higher-refractive-index materials like silicon, focusing efficiencies in excess of 70% can be ...
That properly stored lily seed will germinate long into the future has, as Jane McGary pointed out, been known for awhile - in fact, for decades. But when the modern lily hobby got started just before the Second World War, the prevailing view was that seed more than a year old was just about worthless. There exists work of the period which cites formal research indicating seed longevity of one or two years for lily seed stored dry at room temperature. The real point I was trying to make is that if you have lily seed more than a few years old which has been stored dry at room temperature (and thus might not be expected to germinate), a period of dry cold storage prior to normal sowing may induce germination. Its this sequence of events which I have never seen mentioned in the literature. Jane repeats the misconception that Cardiocrinum is monocarpic. Cardiocrinum are no more monocarpic than most other liliaceous bulbs. Compare, for instance, Cardiocrinum and Tulipa. In each case, the annual stem ...
Do Spring Bulbs Still Need Care After They Bloom?. Daffodils (Narcissus spp.), tulips (Tulipa spp.) and hyacinths (Muscari spp.) are just a few choices for spring flowering bulbs. Most spring bulbs grow as perennials in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 through 9, depending on the variety. These ...
Window boxes filled with flowers add cheery color and brighten up windows, but an artificial flower arrangement might be best if the window box is hard to access or easy to forget.
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