Xenia

The immediate visual effect of pollen on the endosperm due to the phenomenon of double fertilisation in the seed plants.

Xenia

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Xenia

• (pl. ) of Xenium
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(from the article `ancient Greek civilization`) If the earlier Archaic period was an age of hospitality, the later Archaic age was an age of patronage. Instead of individual or small-scale ventures ... At the individual level, the basic institution in intercity relationships was that of `guest-friendship,` or xenia. This was a...
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(from the article `Martial`) ...scarcely improved by their gross adulation of the latter emperor. In the year 84 or 85 appeared two undistinguished books (confusingly numbered ...
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[automobile] The Xenia was an American cyclecar designed by P. E. Hawkins of Cleveland and manufactured in Xenia, Ohio in 1914. The factory was Fred Baldner`s machine shop, in which Baldner manufactured his own car from 1900 to 1903. The Model 14A was built with the odd combination of an epicyclic gearbox and belt final drive, and was power...
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[emulator] Xenia is free and open-source emulator for Microsoft Windows that allows Xbox 360 console games to be played on a personal computer. As of March 2014, the emulator is capable of playing the 2008 Xbox Live Arcade title Frogger 2 at a low framerate. The developer, Ben Vanik, plans to improve the emulation speed as well as add suppo...
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Xenia

[genus] Xenia is a genus of photosynthetic soft marine coral resembling a mushroom, with `arms` coming out from the top that end in many-fingered `hands`. It is unique among corals because of its ability to use its `hands` to `pulse` or push water away from the colony in a constant, grabbing motion. Species include: ...
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[Greek] Xenia (ξενία, xenía, trans. `guest-friendship`) is the ancient Greek concept of hospitality, the generosity and courtesy shown to those who are far from home and/or associates of the person bestowing guest-friendship. The rituals of hospitality created and expressed a reciprocal relationship between guest and host expressed in...
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[name] Kseniya (also Xeniya, Ksenia, Kseniya, Ksenija or Xena; derived from Greek ξενία xenia - `hospitality`) is a female name used mainly in Russia Ukraine and Greece. In Spain, although it started to become more popular during the 90s, it appears mainly in Galician Xenia ˈʃenia, and in Catalan Xènia ˈʃɛniə where it is a tradi...
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[plants] Xenia in plants is the effect of pollen on seeds and fruit. The term was coined in 1881 by the botanist Wilhelm Olbers Focke to refer to effects on maternal tissues, including the seed coat and pericarp, but at that time endosperm was also thought to be a maternal tissue, and the term became closely associated with endosperm effect...
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Xenia

city, seat (1804) of Greene county, southwestern Ohio, U.S., near the Little Miami River, about 15 miles (25 km) east-southeast of Dayton. It was ...
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Xenia

The Greek term for the Laws of Hospitality. The custom in classical Greece and other ancient culture
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There are two white grape varieties with this name: 1) New breed between Bicane x Muscat d'Hamburg, The crossing took place in Romania by the two breeders G. Gorodea and Z. Luminare. She is called table grape used. 2) Interspecific new breeding between Delago x Governor Ross, They are genes of Vitis aestivalis. Vitis labrusca and Vitis vinifera con...
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Xenia (zē'nēu) , city (1990 pop. 24,664), seat of Greene co., SW Ohio; inc. 1814. It is a trade and industrial center in a farm area. The city has food-processing plants, and transportation equipment, plastics, and machinery are among its manufactures. The county historical museum is...
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Xenia is a Greek name for girls. The meaning is `guest, stranger` The name Xenia is most commonly given to Flemish girls. (6 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Zana (Slavic) Xenna The name sounds like: Xeni, Sena, Sonia, Zenya, Zeenia, Zenna, Zinia, Zonia See also: Ximena, Oxana, Aksinya, Rosina, Zenobia
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