anemone
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Plant: It is a perennial herbaceous plant, growing in early spring from 5 to 15 cm tall. Root: rhizomes; Stem: aerial, erect; Leaves: usually a trifoliolate whorl; The deeply-cut leaves and star-like flowers rise directly from it on separate unbranched stems. Some distance below the flower are the three leaflets, often so deeply divided as to appear more than three in number and very similar to the true leaves ...

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anemone

Repent shrub indigenous, amfitolerant, microterm, very acidophilous. Encountered in sunny mountain soils, cuts forest, subalpine and mountain meadows. Claim brown soils, strong acid is widespread in the mountains of Europe, Asia and North America.

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Spinach pancakes are a simple and delicious recipe that can be done anytime you lacking ideas for making a dinner or a quick and nutritious snack!
It can serve as appetizers, cutting them to pieces or main dish, whole, adding cream over.

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To the extent that the main criterion for defining rose wines is the color, then these, grosso modo, can be considered as intermediate between white and red wine.

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ImageTwo forms of vitamin A are available in the human diet: preformed vitamin A (retinol and its esterified form, retinyl ester) and provitamin A carotenoids. Preformed vitamin A is found in foods from animal sources, including dairy products, fish, and meat (especially liver).

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ImageInfection by fungal pathogens depends on several factors: free water on the host plant surface is usually required, the susceptibility of the host, the density of inoculum, and ambient temperature, as well as other environmental factors. While some fungi attack only one or a few host species, others attack many.