Eleo Pomare (20 October 1937 – 8 August 2008) was a Colombian-American modern dance choreographer known for his politically-charged productions depicting the black experience. He and his mother moved from Colombia to the United States in 1947. He attended High School of Performing Arts and traine...
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Oil. ... See: oleo-. ... Origin: G. Elaion, olive oil ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: el′ē-ō Definitions: 1. Oil.
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Eleocharis is a genus of 250 or more species of flowering plants in the sedge family, Cyperaceae. They are known commonly as spikerushes, although spikesedges is a more technically appropriate name and most scientists who study them in earnest refer to them as such. The genus has a geographically c...
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(Chinese Water Chestnut, Hair Grass, Spike Rush, Water Chestnut) This is a group of aquatic, rush-like perennials. Some grow naturally along the edges of ponds and others grow completely submerged. E. acicularis, Hair Grass, is a hardy variety native to North America, Asia and Europe. It has pale gr...
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[n] - sedges having dense spikes of flowers and leaves reduced to basal sheaths
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genus Eleocharis noun sedges having dense spikes of flowers and leaves reduced to basal sheaths
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1) Eleocharis 2) Genus eleocharis 3) Liliopsid genus 4) Monocot genus
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Eleocharis acicularis is a species of spikesedge known by the common names needle spikerush and dwarf hairgrass. It has a circumboreal distribution and it can also be found throughout the rest of the Americas. It is also found in Australia, where it is probably an introduced species. This is an ann...
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Eleocharis atropurpurea is a species of spikesedge known by the common name purple spikerush. This is an aquatic plant native to much of the tropical world. It also has a wide distribution in temperate regions of North and South America and Asia. It is present in Europe, where it may be an introduc...
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Eleocharis bolanderi is a species of spikesedge known by the common name Bolander`s spikerush. It is native to the western United States, where it grows in wet spots in several types of habitat, including mountain meadows and springs. It is a rhizomatous perennial herb producing erect, hairless ste...
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The Chinese water chestnut (Eleocharis dulcis; synonyms E. equisetina, E. indica, E. plantaginea, E. plantaginoides, E. tuberosa, E. tumida), more often called simply the water chestnut, is a grass-like sedge grown for its edible corms. The water chestnut is actually not a nut at all, but an aquati...
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Eleocharis geniculata is a species of spikesedge known by several common names, including bent spikerush and Canada spikesedge. This is a widespread plant of wet areas in the Americas, Asia, Africa, and some Pacific Islands. It is an annual spikesedge growing to a maximum height of about 40 centime...
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Eleocharis halophila (saltmarsh spikerush) is a perennial halophytic plant endemic to salt marshes in eastern Canada, in Ontario in Hudson Bay and James Bay, Quebec in the St. Lawrence Seaway as far as the city of Quebec, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia and in the United States from Maine to North Car...
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Eleocharis macrostachya is a species of spikesedge known by the common name pale spikerush. It is widely distributed in North America and occurs in parts of South America. It is a plant of varied moist habitats, including freshwater lakes and brackish marshes and ponds, ditches, vernal pools, and w...
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This is a rhizomatous perennial herb forming tufts or mats of erect, firm stems up to half a meter tall. The narrow grasslike leaves are dark purplish or reddish brown at the bases, becoming lighter in color toward the tips, and drying to a thin, papery texture. The inflorescence is an oval-shaped ...
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Eleocharis obtusa is a species of spikesedge known by the common name blunt spikerush. This plant is widely distributed across Canada and the United States, where it grows in wet areas such as riverbanks and moist forest floors. It is also a weed of rice paddies, especially when the rice plants are...
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Eleocharis pachycarpa is a species of spikesedge known by the common name black sand spikerush. This plant is native to Chile but it grows in other parts of the world as an introduced species, such as Australia and the US states of California and Nevada. It is a resident of moist areas, such as riv...
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Eleocharis palustris (L.) Roem. & Schult. (Common Spike-rush; Creeping Spike-rush; Marsh Spike-rush) is a species of mat-forming perennial plants in the genus Eleocharis (and subgenus Eleocharis) growing in wetlands throughout the Boreal Kingdom. E. palustris is not easily distinguished from other ...
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Eleocharis parishii is a species of spikesedge known by the common name Parish`s spikerush. It is native to the western United States and northern Mexico, where it grows in moist and sandy habitats with fresh to brackish water. It is a rhizomatous perennial herb forming mats of ridged stems up to h...
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Eleocharis parvula is a species of spikesedge known by the common names dwarf spikerush, small spikerush and hairgrass in aquaria. It has a circumboreal distribution, growing throughout Eurasia and North America, into Central America. It is a plant of brackish and saltwater habitat, such as marshes...
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Eleocharis quadrangulata is a species of spikesedge known by the common names squarestem spikerush and four-angled spikerush. It is native to much of North America from eastern Canada to southern Mexico, where it grows in and around freshwater in lakes and other water bodies. It is a rhizomatous pe...
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Eleocharis quinqueflora is a species of spikesedge known by the common name fewflower spikerush. This plant has a circumboreal distribution and is also found in the southern half of the United States, as well as Chile. It is a resident of wet meadows, bogs, hot springs, and other moist places. This...
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Eleocharis radicans is a species of spikesedge known by the common name rooted spikerush. This aquatic or semi-aquatic plant is native to the Americas as far north as Virginia and northern California. It grows in wet places such as streams, lakes, bogs, and moist meadows, where it roots on soaked g...
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It occurs in many types of wetland habitat, especially saline and alkaline water bodies such as hot springs, fens, and salt marshes. Eleocharis rostellata is a rhizomatous perennial herb growing up to 1.2 meters tall with spongy, compressible stems. The stem bends and droops and if the tip touches ...
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