Rhodo was a Christian writer who flourished in the time of the Roman emperor Commodus (180-92); he was a native of the province of Asia Minor who came to Rome where he was a pupil of Tatian. He wrote several books, two of which are mentioned by Eusebius of Caesarea, viz., a treatise on "The Six Day...
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Rosy, red colour. ... Origin: G. Rhodon, rose ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Term Definitions: 1. Rosy, red color.
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Rhodoarrhenia is a genus of fungi in the Bolbitiaceae family of mushrooms. ...
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In taxonomy, Rhodobaca is a genus of the Rhodobacteraceae. ===Scientific journals=== ===Scientific books=== ===Scientific databases=== ...
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In taxonomy, Rhodobacter is a genus of the Rhodobacteraceae. The most famous species of Rhodobacter is Rhodobacter sphaeroides, which is commonly used to express proteins. ===Scientific journals=== ===Scientific books=== ===Scientific databases=== ...
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A genus of gram-negative bacteria widely distributed in fresh water as well as marine and hypersaline habitats. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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(from the article `bacteria`) ...use sulfide or elemental sulfur as electron donors (Chromatium); purple nonsulfur bacteria, which often use organic compounds as electron donors ...
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Non-pathogenic ovoid to rod-shaped bacteria that are widely distributed and found in fresh water as well as marine and hypersaline habitats. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Spherical phototrophic bacteria found in mud and stagnant water exposed to light. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Rhodobacter sphaeroides is a kind of purple bacteria; a group of bacteria that can obtain energy through photosynthesis. Its best growth conditions are anaerobic phototrophy (photoheterotrophic and photoautotrophic) and aerobic chemoheterotrophy in the absence of light. R. sphaeroides is also able ...
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Albidovulum Amaricoccus Antarctobacter Catellibacterium Citreicella Dinoroseobacter Haematobacter Jannaschia Ketogulonicigenium Leisingera Loktanella Maribius Marinosulfonomonas Marinovum Maritimibacter Methylarcula Nereida Oceanibulbus Oceanicola Octadecabacter Palleronia Pannonibacter Paracoccus ...
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In taxonomy, the Rhodobacterales are an order of the Alphaproteobacteria. Gene transfer agents are viruslike elements produced by Rhodobacterales which transfer DNA and may be an important factor in their evolution. ===Scientific journals=== ===Scientific books=== ===Scientific databases=== ...
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Rhodobates are a genus of insect, belonging to the family Tineidae. ...
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The Rhodobiaceae are a family of bacteria. ...
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[bacterium] Rhodobium is a genus of purple non-sulfur bacteria that reproduces by budding. The cells are rod-shaped and reproduce by budding, as in many other members of the Rhizobiales. RNA trees separate it from the others, however, and it is given its own family. R. orientis, the type spe...
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Rhodocantha is a genus of moths of the Crambidae family. ...
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Rhodocene, formally known as bis(η5-cyclopentadienyl)rhodium(II), is a chemical compound with the formula [Rh(C5H5)2]. Each molecule contains an atom of rhodium bound between two planar systems of five carbon atoms known as cyclopentadienyl rings in a sandwich arrangement. It is an organometallic ...
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Rhodochiton is a genus of flowering plants within the family Plantaginaceae. There are three species in this genus, the most commonly grown is R. astrosanguineum, (syn. R. volubile) the purple bell vine. Native of woodland in Mexico, this attractive plant scrambles through the undergrowth and produ...
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Rhodochlaena is a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family. ...
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Rhodochlora is a genus of moth in the family Geometridae. ...
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Rhodochorton is a genus of filamentous red alga adapted to low light levels. It may form tufts or a thin purple "turf" up to 5 millimetres high. The filaments branch infrequently, usually at the tips. ==Morphology== In most species of Rhodochorton, the spore does not persist in the mature plant; in...
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[n] - a mineral consisting of manganese carbonate
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Rho`do·chro'site noun [ Greek 'ro`don the rose + ......... a coloring.] (Min.) Manganese carbonate, a rose-red mineral sometimes occuring crystallized, but generally massive with rhombohedral cleavage like calcite; -- called also dia...
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