Definitions for "Flora"
Keywords:  goddess, fauna, inhabit, poplars, holm
The goddess of flowers and spring.
The complete system of vegetable species growing without cultivation in a given locality, region, or period; a list or description of, or treatise on, such plants.
A list of the plants living in a p...
Populations of commensal bacteria normally present in the intestine, in body orifices, and on the skin.
microorganisms which normally live on the skin without causing disease.
The population of microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa) normally resident within an individual host, or within a certain portion of the host (e.g., the intestinal tract).
West of the gorge is an extensive Mediterranean woodland of cork, gall and holm oak, with an undergrowth of strawberry trees, Kermes oaks, myrtle, lentisc, wild olive trees and rock roses. In the Collado de la Estrella are gall oaks and Pyrenean oaks. Other areas have been reforested with Aleppo and Austrian pines.
Flora is a Prague Metro station on Line A. It is located under the new shopping mall Palác Flora, in the Vinohrady district near the Olšanské (Alder Tree) Cemetery. It was opened in 1980.
Flora is a brand of margarine, sold in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Australia. It is produced by Unilever and sold in other parts of the world under the brand name of Becel. Unilever came up with the brand after being asked by medical professionals to come up with a healthy alternative to butter, lard and hard margarines.
Flora is a fictional character and one of the protagonists of the Winx Club animated series. Although she receives a small role in the first season, she has a larger storyline in the second one. Flora will also appear in the upcoming Winx Club movie, which will solve mysteries surrounding her and the other Winx girls.
a STATE-OF-THE-ART Homeopathic remedy that successfully treats Candida Albicans
Keywords:  foetus, fluoresce
fluoresce foetus
Keywords:  gut, respiratory, micro, tract, upper
micro-organisms which normally reside on the skin, in the gut and in the mouth and upper respiratory tract. They usually protect these tissues from diseases.
Taken from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
a living organism lacking the power of locomotion