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n. pl.1.(Zool.) Insects without wings, constituting the seventh Linnæn order of insects, an artificial group, which included Crustacea, spiders, centipeds, and even worms. These animals are now placed in several distinct classes and orders.
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Based in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Aptera helps companies drive growth, increase revenue and gain efficiencies by leveraging the best aspects of agile development and digital sales/marketing.
Herman, who will serve on the board's Corporate Governance, Risk and Investment committees, currently serves as co-founder and president of Aptera, a Fort Wayne, Indiana-based company.
Feathers in coupling areas must be either plucked or simply parted along the aptera, which is sufficient in most cases.
As mentioned, the mites are also potential indicators of soil quality and, together with springtails, correspond to the numerically more representative group, a feature which, associated with its Aptera morphology and sensitivity to changes in physical, chemical and biological soil properties, enables them to be used as indicators of environmental quality (BELLINGER et al.
Each group was further divided according to the presence or absence of appendages (Pedata and Apoda, accordingly) and then subdivided further according to whether wings were present or absent (Alata and Aptera, respectively) .
The specific name hexapterus is derived from hex meaning "six" and aptera literally meaning "without wings," likely referring to the lack of pelvic fins in this species.
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Quien sera el pusilanime que al vigor espanol niegue musculos/ Y que al alma espanola juzgase aptera y ciega y tullida?
Aptera, a company acquired by Zaptera USA, is producing its Aptera 2e in an assembly plant in China.
The ability of the aphid to live and reproduce on rice seedlings were assessed by transferring a single adult aptera on a 7 day-old seedling confined in a small cage.