Light Green

Some articles on light green, green, light:

Yellowface II Budgerigar Mutation - Genetics
... the yellow pigmentation, either entirely or to some degree, with respect to the wild-type Light Green ... The heterozygote or Light Green/yellowface II with one Yellowface II allele and one wild-type allele is visibly indistinguishable from a Light Green, and ...
List Of Cherimoya Cultivars
... (20 ft) fruits round, medium size, light green, skin shows fingerprint like marks ... but not shouldered smooth or faintly fingerprinted skin green to bronze bears well ... Fruit medium, quite dark green, mammillated, flavor good ...
Dilute Budgerigar Mutation - Genetics
... allele (the heterozygote) is identical in appearance to the wild-type Light Green ... Among the budgerigar fancy such a bird is said to be a Light Green split dilute, usually written Light Green/dilute, although Light Green/yellow has been used ... This results in a much reduced intensity of the black markings, and less absorption of light which passes through the cloudy layer in the medulla of barbs ...
Shade Man - Supporting Characters - Sniper Joe - Different Joe Models
... Mech Helicopter Jet Ski Mounted Cannon Body Color Green, Dark Green, Red, Purple, Orange Orange, White, Black Dark Green, White, Black Light Green, White ...
I Was Only Nineteen
... "Only Nineteen", "I Was Only Nineteen" or "A Walk in the Light Green" is the most widely recognised song by Australian folk group Redgum ... For the live version, Schumann explained the title, "A Walk in the Light Green", as referring to operational patrols in areas marked light green on topographical maps ...

Famous quotes containing the words green and/or light:

    Hast thou not dragged Diana from her car,
    And driven the hamadryad from the wood
    To seek a shelter in some happier star?
    Hast thou not torn the naiad from her flood,
    The elfin from the green grass, and from me
    The summer dream beneath the tamarind tree?
    Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849)

    It was a remarkable kind of light to steer for,—daylight seen through a vista in the forest,—but visible as far as an ordinary beacon at night.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)