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Songs about Draba:
Da monson (feat. Mama Draba) by Ballaké Sissoko from the Album Déli
Da monson (feat. Mama Draba) by Ballaké Sissoko from the Album Ladies of Africa
Detigiou (feat. Mama Draba) by Ballaké Sissoko from the Album Déli
Draba by Tim Southwick Johnson from the Album Sand County Songs
Draba by Hélios Quinquis Quintet from the Album Le printemps des gorgones
Draba by Gypsy Soundsystem & Haris Pilton from the Album Magic Winery
Lan banba (feat. Mama Draba) by Ballaké Sissoko from the Album Déli
Books about Draba:
A rare case of self-incompatibility in arctic plants: Draba palanderiana (Brassicaceae) [An article from: Flora... by H.H. Grundt, R. Elven and C. Brochmann
Soil seed bank and seedling populations of Hordeum murinum and Cardaria draba in saffron fields [An article from... by H. Makarian, M.H. Rashed Mohassel, M. Bannayan and Na (May 1, 2007)
Chromosome Numbers in Draba, 1927, Hereditas, Volume 9 : pages 59-68 with 2 figures. by O. Heilborn (1927)
The Washington Species of Draba, 1930, Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, Volume 43 : pages... by E. B. and St. John, H. Payson (1930)
A revision of the drabas of western North America, by Charles Leo Hitchcock (1941)
MICROENVIRONMENT AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF TWO SPECIES OF DRABA (BRASSICACEAE) IN A VENEZUELAN PARAMO by William A Pfitsch (1988)
Biological flora of the British Isles, no.119: Draba aizoides by Q.O.N. & HARRISON, Judith KAY (Jan 1, 1971)
Wiki information Draba:
Draba is a large genus of flowering plants in the cabbage family Brassicaceae, commonly known as whitlow-grasses.
Lepidium draba is native to western Asia and eastern Europe and is an invasive species in North America, introduced by contaminated seeds in the early 1900s. Whitetop is a perennial herb that reproduces by seeds and by horizontal creeping roots. The...