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Small treatment plants in Greece

Damianos Hatziminas

Small treatment plants in Greece

by Damianos Hatziminas

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Published .
Written in English


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Thesis (M. Sc.) - University of Surrey, 1997.

StatementDamianos Hatziminas.
ContributionsUniversity of Surrey, Department of Civil Engineering.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17152625M

Also: Monkshood, Wolf's-bane Greek: Akoniton, lykoktonon Species: Aconitum napellus Description: An herbaceous perennial plant with purplish-blue flowers which grows up to a metre in height. Its leaves and roots are extremely extremely toxic and were used by the ancients as a poison. The Greek's called it akoniton (without dirt) because it grows on rocky ground, and lykoktonon (wolf. Small-flowered Tamarisk. Small-flowered tamarisk (Tamarix parviflora), also called early tamarisk, is a deciduous shrub native to Greece and other regions in Southeast Europe. The plant boasts small green leaves with wiry branches. It produces clusters of tiny pink and white flowers, from which the plant gains its common name.

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