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flora in Plants topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfloraflo‧ra /ˈflɔːrə/ noun [uncountable]  HBHEGall the plants that grow in a particular place or country Tourism is damaging the flora and fauna (=plants and animals) of the island.
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floraBoth the frequency of detection and the numbers of E coli in the mucosa-associated flora increased during treatment and with clinical improvement.Such studies depend critically upon a knowledge of the total baseline flora in particular environments.Gastric acid is the primary barrier against orally ingested enteric pathogens, and a major regulator of small bowel flora.In the ocean, the escaped organisms would be less likely to disrupt the native flora and fauna.Translated into reality, it means a self-contained sewage treatment garden plant and a haven for Britain's natural flora.The result is a digitized display of flora, fauna and visual effects.The verderers also have powers for the preservation of the natural beauty and the flora and fauna of the forest.the flora of the AlpsButterwood has the richest woodland flora in Hampshire, together with a wide variety of insects, including 25 species of butterfly.flora and faunaEach place will tend to support a particular kind of instrument, depending on geographical factors and the available flora and fauna.All these tropical areas have their own brackish flora and fauna, but few if any are known in the trade.In the ocean, the escaped organisms would be less likely to disrupt the native flora and fauna.New flora and fauna find homes here; the weather, even the climate, changes.The verderers also have powers for the preservation of the natural beauty and the flora and fauna of the forest.The implications of continued losses on the flora and fauna of some of the habitats concerned is discussed.The flora and fauna and even the folklore of his adopted Arizona home are a big theme.The scene depicts a forest, with flora and fauna changing with the seasons.