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'Canina' is a hybrid cultivar of the genus Tillandsia in the Bromeliad family.
Luigi Canina was an Italian archaeologist and architect.
Viola canina is a species of the genus Viola, native to Europe, where it is found in heaths, fens, and moist woodlands, especially on acidic soils.
Rosa canina, commonly known as the dog rose, is a variable climbing, wild rose species native to Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia.
La Real Sociedad Canina de España was founded as the Real Sociedad Central de Fomento de las Razas Caninas en España (R.S.C.F.R.C.E.) on 27 June 1911, and incorporated in Madrid, Spain on 12 July 1911.
Rose hip seed oil is a pressed seed oil, extracted from the seeds of the wild rose bush Rosa rubiginosa in the southern Andes. Rosehip seed oil can also be extracted from rosa moschata, which grows in many regions of the world including Western Himalayas and Europe. The fruits of the rosehip have been used in folk medicine for a long time. Rosehips have prophylactic and therapeutic actions against the common cold, infectious diseases, gastrointestinal disorders, urinary tract diseases, and inflammatory diseases.
The Ca de Bou, also known as the Perro de Presa Mallorquin or the Majorcan Bulldog, is a breed of bulldog type dogs from Majorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands.
The Basque Shepherd Dog, Basque: Euskal Artzain Txakurra, Spanish: Perro de Pastor Vasco, is a traditional Spanish breed of sheepdog originating in the historic Basque Country. It is believed that they originated from Central European herding dogs.
Eriodictyol is a bitter-masking flavanone, a flavonoid extracted from yerba santa, a plant native to North America. Eriodictyol is one of the four flavanones identified in this plant as having taste-modifying properties, the other three being homoeriodictyol, its sodium salt, and sterubin.
Canina, may refer to :
The Sardinian Shepherd Dog or Fonni's Dog is an ancient landrace breed of Sardinian dog used as a herding, catching, and livestock guardian dog.
Casal Rotondo is the largest tomb on the Appian Way, to the southeast of Rome, Italy. A small farmhouse has been constructed on the top.
The Fort of the Caninas, is a medieval fort situated in the Portugueses civil parish of Porto Judeu, municipality of Angra do Heroísmo, in the archipelago Azores.
The Andalusian Hound is a warren hound dog breed originating in Spain, especially Andalusia. These dogs are similar to other Iberian warren hounds such as the Ibizan Hound, the Portuguese Podengo, the Podenco Canario and the Maneto.
Agrostis canina, the velvety bentgrass, brown bent or velvet bent, is a species of grass.
The Ratonero Valenciano, also known as the Gos Rater Valencià, is a breed of dog that originates in Spain. Recognised by the Real Sociedad Canina de España in 2004, it has had recent success with a member of the breed winning the Spanish National Dog Show in 2011. It is a traditionally docked breed.
The Thousand-year Rose is also known as the Rose of Hildesheim. It grows on the apse of the Hildesheim Cathedral, a Catholic cathedral in Hildesheim, Germany, that is dedicated to the Assumption of Mary. The cathedral and the adjacent St. Michael's Church have been on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites since 1985.
The Perro Majorero is a Spanish breed from the Canary Islands. Traditionally, it has been used as a cattle dog and guard dog.
Canina is a rural locality in the Gympie Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census Canina had a population of 366 people.
Canina is a taxonomic rank which represents the wolf-like sub-tribe of the tribe Canini, and is sister to the sub-tribe Cerdocyonina. Fossils of this group date to 5 million years ago, however they are likely to have been in existence 9 million years ago. Its members as a group are colloquially known as the wolf-like canids.
Peltigera canina, commonly known as the dog lichen, is a widely distributed species of foliose lichen in the family Peltigeraceae. It was originally described by Carl Linnaeus in his 1753 work Species Plantarum. German botanist Carl Ludwig Willdenow transferred it to the genus Peltigera in 1787.