We have the fewest number of blue cones.”
Male and female cones are usually borne on separate individuals.
The cooked cones can be made a day earlier and stored in an airtight container.
"When rugby started here we had 100 schools with no materials, no balls, no kits, no cones.
Tuff cones are higher and steeper, with craters above ground level.
Signals from the cones go to the brain, which interprets them as color.
In contrast, the outer edges of the retina contain few cones and many rods.
The compound seed-bearing (ovule-bearing) cones also have many spirally arranged scales.
After a traffic stop, I’d been discovered in possession of some three dozen rubber traffic cones.
Pine-tree cones, however, produce seeds; the cones of the club mosses produce spores.
…to green is known as deuteranopia, wherein green cones are lacking and blue and red cones are functional.
Blindness to red is known as protanopia, a state in which the red cones are absent, leaving only the cones that…
Blindness to green is known as deuteranopia, wherein green cones are lacking and blue and red cones are functional.
Male cones produce pollen that is carried by wind to female cones (borne on separate plants), where fertilization occurs.
A region of comparatively recent volcanic activity, which left a lava plateau, cinder cones, spatter cones formed by bubbling lava, and broken crater walls (the Devil’s Orchard).
In some species the cones open at maturity and the seeds are released, while in others the cones remain closed for several years until opened by rotting, by food-seeking animals, or by fire.
…European, or Scots, pine (Pinus sylvestris), for example, the female cones (essentially collections of megasporophylls) begin to develop in winter and are ready to receive pollen from the male cones in spring.
Pyroclastic cones (also called cinder cones or scoria cones) such as Cerro Negro in Nicaragua are relatively small, steep (about 30°) volcanic landforms built of loose pyroclastic fragments, most of which are cinder-sized.
Jack pine and lodgepole pine have cones that remain closed on the tree (serotinous), and black spruce has semiserotinous cones; these cones do not open to release their seeds until a wax layer is melted by the heat of fire.
…blue-yellow colour blindness are known: tritanopia (blindness to blue, usually with the inability to distinguish between blue and yellow), which occurs when blue cones are absent; and tritanomaly (reduced sensitivity to blue), which arises from the abnormal function of blue cones.
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