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Bluegrass is also good but it is a slow germinator.
One type of germinator is the Copenhagen or Jacobsen tank.
A seed germinator is a device for germinating seeds.
Think of the 11,000-square-foot estate as Chateau Disinfectant, or the Germinator.
Also see our Smoke Seed Germinator 850 species.
The mantled howler is important to the rainforest ecology as a seed disperser and germinator.
In 2002 she was funded by her Regional Arts Board to develop new artwork - The Germinator.
Nearly 85,000 people have signed an online petition calling for part of the White House lawn to be turned into a vegetable patch, the plan's germinator said Wednesday.
Type Sowing Temp Advice Hardy perennial Climber Cold Germinator.
Task Review: Apollo branded their cleaner "Germinator," and made an advert featuring a young boy called the aforementioned brand, who used his detergent to clean up kitchens.
During uncertainty, germinator rents are available to marginal businesses and activities that O'Connor argues are part of the leading edge of cultural and physical change in the greater city.
And yet another, O racer of the blind winds, O germinator in the ruins of the dead, O root of life, root of corruption!
He became the leader of a group of disciples: Auxentius, Genialis, Germinator, Felix, Prontinus, Martianus, Januarius and Ingeniosus are identified in the act of 390 condemning him.
Trophoblasts (from Greek trephein: to feed, and blastos: germinator) are cells forming the outer layer of a blastocyst, which provide nutrients to the embryo and develop into a large part of the placenta.
Together with this war deity, appear the germinator mother-goddesses related to the Moon, remaining almost until the present time, when they have a clear influence in rural environments, evident in the phases of sowing and gathering of the crops.
The mantled howler is important to its ecosystems for a number of reasons, but especially in its capacity as a seed disperser and germinator, since passing through the monkey's digestive tract appears to aid the germination of certain seeds.