Calendula officinalis

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Calendula officinalis, the pot marigold, ruddles, common marigold or Scotch marigold, is a plant in the genus Calendula of the family Asteraceae. It is probably native to southern Europe, though its long history of cultivation makes its precise origin unknown, and it may possibly be of garden origin. It is also widely naturalised farther north in Europe (as far as southern England) and elsewhere in warm temperate regions of the world. The Latin specific epithet officinalis refers to the plant's medical and herbal uses. Calendula officinalis is a short-lived aromatic herbaceous perennial, growing to 80 cm tall, with sparsely branched lax or erect stems.

Synantherology

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Synantherology is the study of the plant family Asteraceae (also called Compositae). The name of the field refers to the fused anthers possessed by members of the family, and recalls an old French name, synantherées, for the family. Although many of the plants of the Asteraceae were described for the European community at least as long ago as Theophrastus, an organization of the family into tribes, which remained largely stable throughout the 20th century, was published in 1873 by George Bentham. In a 1970 article titled "The New Synantherology", Harold E. Robinson advocated greater attention to microstructures (studied with the compound light microscope).

Bellis perennis

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Bellis perennis is a common European species of daisy, of the family Asteraceae, often considered the archetypal species of that name. Many related plants also share the name "daisy", so to distinguish this species from other daisies it is sometimes qualified as common daisy, lawn daisy or English daisy. Historically, it has also been commonly known as bruisewort and occasionally woundwort (although the common name woundwort is now more closely associated with Stachys). Bellis perennis is native to western, central and northern Europe, but widely naturalised in most temperate regions including the Americas and Australasia.

Johnny Colt

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Along with Train tour manager Thomas O'Keefe he opened NoDa Studios in Charlotte, North Carolina in the fall of 2007. NoDa Studios is a band rehearsal studio located in the NoDa (neighborhood) of Charlotte. With Cartoon Network and Adult Swim executive Michael Ouwleen (Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, Space Ghost), Colt also co-hosts the AM radio talk show 'Politely Disruptive' on WMLB AM1690 (the Voice of the Arts). The show airs on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the metro Atlanta area. 'Politely Disruptive' also is broadcast via internet stream at www.1690wmlb.com. On September 7, 2009, Colt premiered as the host of the Travel Channel's reality show At Full Volume.

I Am (Train song)

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"I Am" is the third and final single from Train's self-titled debut album. The song was first featured on the album Road Songs (Seismic) in 1996. 2000 Single: * 1) "I Am" (radio version). 2) "I Am" (album edit). 3) "I Am" (album version).

She's on Fire (Train song)

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"She's on Fire" is the third single from Train's second album, Drops of Jupiter. The song is featured in The Animal (but not the soundtrack), and the soundtrack of Rugrats Go Wild. 2002 Australian single. 1) "She's on Fire" (radio version). 2) "Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)" (live). 3) "Meet Virginia" (live). 4) "Ramble On" (acoustic). 2002 European single. 1) "She's on Fire" (radio version). 2) "Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)" (live). 3) "Meet Virginia" (live). 4) "She's on Fire" (video). DVD single. 1) "She's on Fire" (Music video). 2) "Meet Virginia" (Music video). 3) "Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)" (Live music video from The Warfield).

Paul Buckmaster

He is best known for his orchestral collaborations with David Bowie, Elton John, Harry Nilsson, The Rolling Stones, Carly Simon, Shawn Phillips, Leonard Cohen and Miles Davis in the 1970s, followed by his contributions to the recordings of many other artists, including Stevie Nicks, Lionel Richie, Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, Kenny Rogers, Guns N’ Roses, Taylor Swift, Train, and Heart. Paul Buckmaster was born in London on 13 June 1946. His father, John, was a British-born actor, and his mother, Ermengilda Maltese, was a concert pianist and a graduate of the Naples Conservatory of Music.

Mutisioideae

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The Mutisioideae are a subfamily in the plant family Asteraceae that includes about 630 species assigned to 44 different genera. This subfamily is mainly native in South America, except for Adenocaulon, Chaptalia, Gerbera, Trichocline, which have species in all continents other than Europe and Antarctica. Common characters are the deeply incised corollas of the disc florets, with five lobes, sometimes merged in two lips, flower heads with overlapping involucral bracts, anthers with tails and pointy tips, the styles usually stick far out of the florets and are essentially hairless. Most species are herbs, but some are vines, shrubs, or small trees.

Asteroideae

Wild chrysanthemum
The Helianthus tuberosus (Jerusalem artichoke), Helianthus annuus (sunflower), Guizotia abyssinica (niger seed) are all used as oil seed crops. Artemisia dracunculus (tarragon) is used for culinary herb and Parthenium argentatum (guayule) is a rubber source. Some of the other genera are used as ornamentals; those are Dendranthema spp. (chrysanthemum), Callistephus, Cosmos, Tagetes (marigold), and many others. Since 2004, the 21 tribes have been grouped into three supertribes: * Senecionodae. Senecioneae (Doronicum is sometimes placed in a separate tribe Doroniceae ). Asterodae. Anthemideae (including chrysanthemums). Astereae (including asters and the common daisy).

Cichorioideae

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Phylogenetic Analysis of the Cichorioideae (Asteraceae), with Emphasis on the Mutisieae. At: Uniprot Taxonomy At: Uniprot.

Cab (song)

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"Cab" is a song written and recorded by the American rock band, Train. It was released in November 2005 as the lead single from the band's fourth studio album, For Me, It's You, and was produced by Brendan O'Brien. It peaked higher on the charts than the two other radio singles from the album, "Give Myself to You" and "Am I Reaching You Now".

Carduoideae

Carduoideae is the thistle subfamily of the Asteraceae, or sunflower family, of flowering plants. It comprises a number of tribes in various circumscriptions of the family, in addition to the Cynareae. Takhtajan, according to Reveal, includes 10 tribes in addition to the Cynareae: the Arctotideae, the Barnadesieae, the Carlineae, the Cichorieae, the Echinopseae, the Eremothamneae, the Gundelieae, the Liabeae, the Mutisieae, and the Vernonieae. Of these 11, Thorne agrees with seven in his eight-tribe taxonomy of the Carduoideae, placing the Cardueae (Cynareae), plus Arctotideae, Cichorieae, Eremothamneae, Liabeae, Mutisieae, and Vernonieae tribes in the subfamily, plus the Tarchonantheae.

Alive at Last

Alive at Last is a live album by Train recorded at Workplay Theatre in Birmingham, Alabama over three consecutive nights from June 9 to June 11, 2004. It included most of the hits from Train's catalogue, even boasting some rare B-side tracks, and a cover of The Faces hit "Stay With Me". The final two tracks on the album, "Ordinary" and "New Sensation" were included as bonus studio tracks.

Hieracium

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Hieracium, known by the common name hawkweed and classically as hierakion (from ancient Greek ιεράξ, hierax 'hawk'), is a genus of the sunflower (Helianthus) family Asteraceae), and closely related to dandelion (Taraxacum), chicory (Cichorium), prickly lettuce (Lactuca) and sow thistle (Sonchus), which are part of the tribe Cichorieae. Hawkweeds, with their 10,000+ recorded species and subspecies, do their part to make Asteraceae the second largest family of flowers. Some botanists group all these species or subspecies into approximately 800 accepted species, while others prefer to accept several thousand species.

Lachanodes arborea

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Lachanodes arborea (she cabbage tree) is a small tree in the family Asteraceae. It is an endangered endemic of the island of Saint Helena in the South Atlantic Ocean. * Cronk, Q.C.B. (1995) The endemic Flora of St Helena. Anthony Nelson Ltd., Oswestry. Flora of Saint Helena. He cabbage tree.

Free (Train song)

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"Free" is the debut single of Californian roots rock band Train. The song saw significant airplay on mainstream rock radio, later being featured on the TV show Party of Five. 1998 Single: * 1) "Free (radio exclusive remix)" 3:48. 2) "Free (album version)" 3:58.

Last of Seven

Last of Seven is the debut solo album by Pat Monahan, lead singer of the band Train. The album was released on September 18, 2007. Notable guest appearances include Brandi Carlile, who joins Monahan on the ballad, "Pirate on the Run," while Graham Nash sings backup on "Cowboys and Indians," and Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora plays on "Someday." The album's first single, "Her Eyes", was released to radio in July 2007. It has received some airplay on satellite radio stations, The Pulse on Sirius, and Flight 26 on XM. Monahan performed the song with his touring band on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on October 2, 2007.

Brendan O'Brien (record producer)

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He has worked with such artists as Stone Temple Pilots, The Wallflowers, Pearl Jam, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, AC/DC, Aerosmith, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Zucchero Fornaciari, Soundgarden, Audioslave, Rage Against the Machine, The Black Crowes, Incubus, Train, The Killers, Seether, Kansas, King's X, The Offspring, Korn, The Fray, Wolfmother, Gaslight Anthem, Mastodon, Third Day, Lifehouse, Pantera, and My Chemical Romance. His career blossomed as a young guitarist with a local Atlanta band by the name of Pranks, signed by what was then Century Artists Management.

The Truth (Kris Allen song)

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The song was written by Train frontman Pat Monahan and its producer, Toby Gad. The single version of the song, which features Monahan, was released as the album's second single on May 11, 2010. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Allen divulged details about the single version of the song. According to Allen, it was his label's idea to switch the song up, stating, "Their idea was that Pat wrote the song, so why not get him involved in it in some way. And obviously Train is doing really well right now, and I don’t think that can be ignored. Everyone thought it was a good idea."

Mermaid (Train song)

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"Mermaid" is a song by American pop rock band Train from their sixth studio album, California 37. It was released as a single on December 27, 2012. The song was written by Pat Monahan, Espen Lind, Amund Bjørklund, Tor Erik Hermansen, Mikkel Eriksen and produced by Espionage, Butch Walker. Billboard.com describes that, "Train channels its inner Enrique Iglesias on this full-bodied track that takes to the sea -- 'to an island so remote only Johnny Depp has ever been to it before' -- where Monahan finds his true love, Ecco sandals and all. You can almost see the open, billowing shirt, shaved chest and wind-blown hair as he delivers the song's B-I-G chorus."

Chaenactis fremontii

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Chaenactis fremontii, with the common names Fremont's pincushion and desert pincushion, is a species of annual wildflower in the daisy family. Both the latter common name, and the specific epithet are chosen in honor of John C. Frémont. Chaenactis fremontii is native to the Southwestern United States and northern Baja California. It grows in sandy and gravelly soils in the deserts and low mountains, such as the Mojave Desert in California and the Sonoran Desert habitats. It is found in California, Baja California, Arizona, Nevada, and southern Utah. Chaenactis fremontii grows in patches of long stems up to 400 mm long that are green when new and grow reddish with age.

Helichrysum

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The genus Helichrysum consists of an estimated 600 species of flowering plants in the sunflower family (Asteraceae). The type species is Helichrysum orientale. The name is derived from the Greek words ἑλίσσω (helisso, to turn around) and χρῡσός (chrysos, gold). It occurs in Africa (with 244 species in South Africa), Madagascar, Australasia and Eurasia. The plants may be annuals, herbaceous perennials or shrubs, growing to a height of 60 –. The genus was a wastebasket taxon, and many of its members have been reclassified in smaller genera, most notably the Everlastings, now in the genus Xerochrysum. Their leaves are oblong to lanceolate. They are flat and pubescent on both sides.

Get to Me (Train song)

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"Get to Me" is a song by the American rock band Train, for their third album, My Private Nation. It was released in 2005 as the third and final single for the album. It was featured in a Cingular commercial. *

Mermaids of Alcatraz Tour

As part of the promotion, Train asked for concert-goers to dress up as mermaids and invited some to come on-stage for the group's "Mermaid" song. Tour dates as posted on Train's web site: Gavin DeGraw (All shows except for Bristow and Kansas City). The Script (July 17 – August 14, except for Kansas City). Ashley Monroe – featured singer in Train's main set.

Grammy Award for Best Rock Song

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The Grammy Award for Best Rock Song is an honor presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to recording artists for quality songs in the rock music genre. Honors in several categories are presented at the ceremony annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States to "honor artistic achievement, technical proficiency and overall excellence in the recording industry, without regard to album sales or chart position".