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Definition of the noun Advena

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Advena is a genus of Lernaeopodidae.

Advena is a genus of Helicarionidae, described by Gude in 1913.

Advena is a genus of Mollusca, described by Palmer in 1937.

Advena is a genus of Hagiastridae, described by Hull in 1997.

Advena is a genus of Lernaeopodidae, described by Kabata in 1979.

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Advena: The South African nuclear weapons production facility, having been transferred in 1979 from the Pelindaba nuclear research center to the state-owned Armaments Corporation of South Africa, was later developed as the Kentron Circle facility. This facility, built in 1980, and located 20km west of Pretoria, was subsequently renamed Advena.

Phrases with Advena

Phrases starting with the word Advena:

  1. Advena saba
  2. Advena Charon

Phrases ending with the word Advena:

  1. Cynea Advena
  2. genus Advena
  3. Phora Advena
  4. Polia Advena
  5. Tilia Advena
  6. Cassia Advena
  7. Clupea Advena
  8. Hoplia Advena
  9. Lagena advena
  10. Nomada Advena
  11. nuphar advena
  12. Ptinus Advena
  13. Andrena Advena
  14. Baeoura Advena
  15. Bogania Advena
  16. Bruchus Advena
  17. Cixidia Advena
  18. Geomyza Advena

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Google previewThe English Flower Garden (1895)

Design, Arrangement and Plans Followed by a Description of All the Best Plants for it and Their Culture and the Positions Fitted for Them by William Robinson

advena is the N. American ally of our yellow Water- Lily, and resembling it, but larger and with leaves which stand erect out of the water, and is a much finer plant. N. Kalmiana, also a N. American kind, much resembles the small variety of N.

Google previewAquatic Plants in Britain and Ireland (2014)

by C.D. Preston, J.M. Croft

advena is a rhizomatous perennial. Little is known of its reproductive biology in Britain, but it has presumably occupied most of its known sites by vegetative spread after planting. Riemcr (1985) found that the secds germinated slowly and ...

Google previewGeological Survey Professional Paper (1967)

advena is a reasonable probability. Occurrence. — Dresbachian-2 fauna. Moderately rare (11 cranidia, 6 free cheeks, 2 pygidia), USGS colln.

Google previewThe English flower garden and home grounds (1901)

design and arrangement shown by existing examples of gardens in Great Britain and Ireland, followed by a description of the plants, shrubs and trees for the open-air garden and their culture by William Robinson

advena is the N. American ally of our yellow Water-Lily, and resembling it, but larger and with leaves which stand erect out of the water, and is a much finer plant. N. Kalmiana, also a N. American kind, much resembles the small variety of N.

Google previewAquatic Plants of Pennsylvania (2011)

A Complete Reference Guide by Timothy A. Block, Ann Fowler Rhoads

Nuphar advena is a plant of coastal regions from New England to Florida and Texas and inland to central New York, western Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Nebraska. It grows in lake margins, wetlands, slow-moving portions of rivers and ...

Google previewInsects of Stored Products (2004)

by David P. Rees

advena is a minor secondary pest of a wide range of produce including cereal grains and products, oilseeds, copra, groundnuts, dried fruit, dried herbs and cocoa beans. It is often present at harvest but usually does ...

Google previewGardeners' Chronicle of America (1922)

Among the latter advena is the strongest growing and should only be planted in good sized pieces of water and not nearer than twenty feet to any other species. There are some half a dozen other native species hardy north of New York.

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants (2016)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi

advena (Aiton) Kartesz & Gandhi (Nuphar advena (Aiton) W.T. Aiton; ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of South American Aquatic Insects: Hemiptera - Heteroptera (2011)

Illustrated Keys to Known Families, Genera, and Species in South America by Charles W. Heckman

Euvelia advena Drake, 1957 (Peru, Bolivia, Rondônia, Mato Grosso, Amazonas, Goiás).

Google previewA Dictionary of English Names of Plants (1884)

Applied in England and Among English-speaking People to Cultivated and Wild Plants, Trees, and Shrubs by William Miller

Fairies' -butter, Fallen Stars, Star-jelly, Will-o'-the-wisp Nuphar advena . Three-coloured, or Stripe- flowered, Water-Lily — advena var. lutea. American ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Grasses (2006)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology - 3 Volume Set by Umberto Quattrocchi

advena (Vickery) R.D. Webster (Brachiaria advena Vickery) (Latin advena, ae “a foreigner, stranger, alien”) Perennial or annual, erect or decumbent, culms rooting at the nodes, leaf blades glabrous, inflorescence exserted at maturity, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language (1838)

by Joseph Bosworth

A stranger, foreigner ; foris veniens, advena, pere- grinus : — Ic wies utacimen ego eram advena, Ex. 2, 22. LaetaS utacymene hig lesan sinite peregrinum ista colligere, ' Lev.

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Penisetum advena

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Scrabble value of A1D2V4E1N1A1

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