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Definition of the noun Bullata
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Bullata is a genus of Marginellidae, described by Jousseaume in 1875.
- synonyms: genus Bullata / Gibberulina / genus Gibberulina / Volutella / genus Volutella
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Mollusca
- class: Gastropoda
- order: Neogastropoda
- family: Marginellidae
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Bullata is a genus of Unionidae, described by Frierson in 1927.
- synonym: genus Bullata
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Mollusca
- class: Bivalvia
- order: Unionoida
- family: Unionidae
- genus: Rotundaria
Bullata is a subgenus of Quadrula.
Phrases with Bullata
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Phrases ending with the word Bullata:
- Arca Bullata
- Ilex Bullata
- Jaoa Bullata
- Lima Bullata
- Rosa Bullata
- Abuta Bullata
- Akera bullata
- Amara Bullata
- Carex bullata
- Cotes Bullata
- Empis Bullata
- Ficus Bullata
- Flata Bullata
- genus Bullata
- Guioa Bullata
- Ixora Bullata
- Morus Bullata
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Insect Epigenetics (2017)
bullata S. bullata is an established model for studying diapause, and many aspects of the diapause phenotype have been characterized for this species and for S.
Prince's Manual of Roses (1846)
Comprising the Most Complete History of the Rose, Including Every Class, and All the Most Admirable Varieties that Have Appeared in Europe and America ; Together with Ample Information on Their Culture and Propagation by William Robert Prince
Bullata is a curious but pretty variety, with large foliage and tinted white flowers, forming a robust and fine standard. Camelliaflora, a small but very pretty pure white rose, with cupped flowers, possesses all the characters of the species, and is ...
The Rose Amateur's Guide; containing ample descriptions of all the fine leading varieties of roses, ... the whole arranged so as to form a companion to the descriptive catalogue of the Sawbridgeworth collectin of roses, published annually (1840)
by Thomas RIVERS (Nurseryman)
Bullata is a curious but pretty variety, with large foliage and tinted white flowers, forming a robust and fine standard. Camelliaeflora, a small but very pretty pure white rose, with cupped flowers, possesses all the characters of the species, and is ...
The rose amateur's guide (1840)
by Thomas Rivers
Bullata is a curious but pretty variety, with large foliage and tinted white flowers, forming a robust and fine standard. Camelliseflora, a small but very pretty pure white rose, with cupped flowers, possesses all the characters of the species, and is ...
Gardening for ladies; and Companion to the flower garden. First American, from the third London, edition. Edited by A. J. Downing (1865)
by Mrs. Loudon (Jane)
bullata is a native of New Zealand, and has blistered leaves. Its native name is Rama-Rama. M. tomemtösa is a native of China, with woolly leaves and purple flowers, which appear in June and July. M. Piménta, now made Piménta ...
Being an Alphabetical Arrangement of All the Ornamental Plants Usually Grown in Gardens and Shrubberies, with Full Directions for Their Culture by Mrs. Loudon (Jane)
bullata is a native of New Zealand, and has blistered leaves. Its native name is Rama-Kama. M. to- mentbsa is a native of China, with woolly leaves and pnrple flowers, which appear in June and July. M. Pimlnta, now made Pimento, vulgaris ...
bullata is a marine species. If a small portion of the gelatinous mass is examined, a number of trichomes of Rivularia which are radially arrainge can be seen (Fig. 14.4). These trichomes are unbranched and they have tubular mucilage Low ...
Gardening Illustrated (1900)
bullata is a dwarf shrub well fitted for a in a somewhat dry situation. position in the rock garden.
Structure, Evolution, and Taxonomy by R.M.T. Dahlgren, H.T. Clifford, P.F. Yeo
bullata is a herb up to 80 cm, occurring in Swampy regions in Atlantic North America and sometimes grown as an ornamental. The tepals are purplish and spreading, the anthers blue. – Heloniopsis (4), in Korea, Japan and ...
American Bee Journal (1909)
Bullata is the most common ; it is found everywhere in the State.
Encyclopedia of House Plants (1999)
by Nico Vermeulen, Richard Rosenfeld
bullata. MONKEY'S FOOT FERN The rhizomes of Davallia hullata and the variety Davallia hullata mariesii are scaly rather than hairy. The fronds of this elegant fern from the Azores are 30 cm (l2inl long and very finely divided. The lace-like tips ...
(Except Ornamentals) by Peter Hanelt, Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research
bullata (DC.) Pasquale, Cat. Ort. Bot. Nap.
Encyclopedia of Rose Science (2003)
by Thomas Debener, Serge Gudin
X centifolia bullata See 'Bullata' R. X centifolia minima See ' Rouletii' ...
by Henrik Steinmann, Lajos Zombori
one of the anterior parts of the head capsule between the vertex and the clypeus bounded laterally by the frontal suture, bearing a median ocellus, when present bulbous frons, frons bullata: when the surface of the frons is strongly bulging ...
by William Turton
bullata of Montagu are elongated into manifest spires : length about half an inch.
An Illustrated Encyclopædia of Practical Horticulture for All Classes by Walter Page Wright
Principal Species :— bullata, 15', sum.. grn. ( syn. Oreodaphne bullata). OCTADESIVIIA. This genus (m-rl. Orchidacem) consists of about three West Indian species, all epiphytes. Propagation is by division.
Containing the Best and Newest Methods of Cultivating and Improving the Kitchen, Fruit and Flower Garden ... by Philip Miller
Varronia bullata. 3. Varronia mirabiloides. Leave; ovate wrinkled serrate, flowers racemed directed 4. Varronia martinicensis. 5. Varronia globosa. Globular-spiked Varronia. 6. Varronia curassavica. Long-spiked Varronia.
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
bullata (Burchell) Baillon (Laurus bullata Burch.) English: stinkwood, blank stinkwood. Cape laurel, laurel wood. Cape olive, African acorn Southern Africa: swartstinkhout, laurelhout, stinkhout. knobbed ocotea, bubbled ...
Applied in England and Among English-speaking People to Cultivated and Wild Plants, Trees, and Shrubs by William Miller
bullata major. Savoy Cabbage Brassica oleracea var. bullata minor. Brussels Sprouts oleracea var. capitata. Drum-head Cabbage oleracea var. costata.
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Salix fragillis bullata
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