PHARUS


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PHARUSPhased Array Universal SAR (airborne Synthetic Aperture Radar; Netherlands)
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1 III Pharus glaber -- 1 III Lianas Smilax havanensis -- 1 V Chioccoca alba -- 1 V Stigmaphyllon sagreanum -- 1 V Platygyna dentata -- 1 V Capparis flexuosa -- 1 III Cynanchum sp.
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Perhaps significantly, long-short cell alternation is rare or absent in some species with pronounced costal rows of bilobates (whether axial or transverse), notably Streptochaeta, Oryza, Pharus and Brachyelytrum, suggesting that long-short patterning is not expressed (or rarely expressed) in these species.
Benjamin surely saw maps like this, maybe even this one, as Pharus printed the most popular folding maps during the 1920s and '30s, and is especially well-known for its pocket-sized maps of Berlin.
The word Farms seems to be a form of the Latin pharus or Italian faro, meaning a beacon or light.
Vincon has since edited a Historisch-Kritische Ausgabe as Volume III of Pharus, published by Hausser in 1990.
The son of Marcus Aemilius Paulus; was elected consul with Marcus Livius Salinator (219); sent with Salinator against Demetrius of Pharus (Hvar) in the Second Illyrian War, they swiftly defeated Demetrius and captured Pharus; they were awarded a triumph on their return; Salinator's trial on charges of dishonesty concerning spoils tarnished Paulus' reputation as well; he was sent to Carthage as ambassador and delivered the ultimatum demanding the surrender of Hannibal (218); again elected consul, possibly as a balance to the rash Gaius Terentius Varro (216); killed by Hannibal and his army at the great battle of Cannae when Varro led the Romans to the attack on his day in command (August 2, 216).
There are in the category of less frequent: Oeceoclades maculata, Pharus glaber, Urochloa humidicola and Rivina humilis.
Se dan a conocer veinte novedades para la flora de Colombia: Agrostis mertensii, Agrostis perennans, Agrostis stolonifera, Agrostis subrepens, Agrostis tolucensis, Aristida schiedeana, Arundo donax, Bouteloua aristidoides, Bouteloua simplex, Cenchrus ciliaris, Cortaderia selloana, Cynodon dactylon, Cynodon nlemfuensis, Heteropogon contortus, Microchloa kunthii, Paspalidium geminatum, Pharus parvifolius, Tragus berteronianus, Urochloa distachya y Zoysia matrella.
of Poaceae, including Anomochloa, Streptochaeta and Pharus, which are
En general es acintada, pero puede ser lanceolada, ovada o eliptica y unida a la vaina por un breve peciolo (generos Olyra, Pharus, Chusquea).