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WHAT DOES JAPONICA MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Japonica refers to things related to Japan. ▪ One of the SOE F Section networks during the Second World War ▪ Japonica Polonica Fantastica, a Polish manga publisher ▪ Bibliotheca Japonica, a collection that appeared between 1833 and 1841 assembled by Philipp Franz von Siebold ▪ Fauna Japonica, a series of monographs on the zoology of Japan ▪ Flora Japonica ▪ Mathematica Japonica, a scientific journal ▪ Schistosomiasis japonica, a disease caused by the human blood fluke Schistosoma japonicum ▪ Terra Japonica, the Japan earth or catechu, a wood extract of several species of Acacia...
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «JAPONICA» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «JAPONICA»
Discover the use of japonica in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to japonica and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
1891. Arnold, English author, won fame for his blank-verse epic The Light of Asia, dealing with the life of Buddha.
Edwin Arnold, 2004
Korea-Japonica: A Re-Evaluation of a Common Genetic Origin
This text challenges a view widely held by Japonic and Korean historical linguistics on the relationship between the two language families.
Alexander Vovin, 2010
A Neighborhood That Never Changes: Gentrification, Social ...
The new breed of gentrifiers, Brown-Saracino finds, exhibits an acute self-consciousness about their role in the process and works to minimize gentrification’s risks for certain longtime residents.
Japonica Brown-Saracino, 2010
Pars Japonica: the first Dutch expedition to reach the ...
This is the harrowing account of one of the most ill-fated expeditions in maritime history.
William De Lange, 2006
PUBLICATION COMMITTEE OF THE JAPAN ENDOCRINE SOCIETY Hisao
FUJITA Jun ISHII Shigenobu NAGATAKI Manabu YOSHIMURA Editorial
Consultants Yasumasa ARAI Yoshihide FUJIMOTO Mitsuo INADA Kiyoshi MIYAI
Okajimas Folia Anatomica Japonica
Dièse Zeitschrift wurde von Professor Keiji Okajima begriindet. Die Okajimas
Folia Anatomica Japonica bezwecken Originalabhand- lungen der gesamten
anatomischen Wissenschaften, der makroskopischen und mikroskopischen
Effects of Cool- and Warm-season Turfgrasses on Japanese ...
Relatively little is known about P. japonica oviposition behavior because of the
difficulty of observing such behavior in the soil. Field observations in the 1920s
and 1940s found that most eggs were oviposited under grasses (Fleming 1972
Tara N. Wood, 2009
Japonica Rice: Its Breeding and Culture
Climatic environment of rice area in Asia; Genecology of rice; Gametogenesis and embryogenesis; Cytogenetics; Mendelian analysis; Mutations; Breeding and variety control; Growth and development; Soils of paddy fields and use of fertilizers; ...
Isaburō Nagai, 1959
Review of Advances in Plant Biotechnology, 1985-88
Based on these standard techniques, the mean anther culture ability of japonica
rice can reach 8%. The callus-inducing rate can reach 15-20%. At present, the
Academy obtains from 8,000 to 11,000 clumps of green plantlets every year (