Sentence examples for cones from high-quality English sources.

  • 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.

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  • 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.

cones sentence examples

  • …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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