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Those downy hairs may be more than an evolutionary leftover, though.
Now comes a sonic burst, as a downy woodpecker drills into a nearby trunk.
Upon arrival in the bay, they are basically starving, their breastbones protruding from their downy red chests.
But this downy cloudscape hides the might of a record-setting storm.
The same cannot be said for thousands of downy penguin chicks.
Primitive feathers or a downy coat probably developed initially as a way to keep them warm.
In summer and fall the quiet northern light flickers on the leaves and the bark of silver and downy birches.
He liked her smell and her downy arms and the way she exclaimed when something made her laugh.
Downy mildew is a major disease in all sunflower growing regions.
Five varieties were resistant to downy mildew, an exotic disease currently excluded through quarantine efforts.
The important genes responsible for toxin production and the inhibitory activities on downy brome were identified.
During winter, downy woodpeckers occupy habitat similar to that used for breeding.
Forecasting long-distance movement of cucurbit downy mildew.
Downy mildews typically cause leaf spots with downy white or gray patches under the leaves.
Breeding new hop varieties with high alpha resin contents and resistance to downy mildew.

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