cypris


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cypris

(ˈsɪprɪs)
n
(Animals) a member of a genus of small bivalve freshwater crustaceans
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To our knowledge the present study is the first to use scanning electron microscopy to quantify variation in the entire structure of the cypris antennule.
The results of ostracods composition showed that the cold water species such as Cyclocypris and Candona increased while the warm water species like Eucypris and Cypris reduced in the relative abundance.
Cypris subglobosa reported from Pakistan is true cosmopolitan specie.
1776 Cypris vidua Muller - Muller in Meisch 2000: 372-378, Figs.
Bion, in his "Lament for Adonis," suddenly calls upon Cypris to weep no more, for Adonis is lovely in death and, in an allusion to the dying god of myth, affirms that he will be wept another year.
What I took for a mussel larva is a small ovoid crustacean, a Cypris.
a mi, a Cypris, me desdenas y los dulces dones que apaciguan a las fieras de la tierra los desprecias?
Pour lui ce Praxitele a, de sa main savante, Des antres de Paros fait sortir une amante; Car, malheureux rival d'Anchise et de Paris, Il aime ce beau marbre, image de Cypris.
But on this day when I shake off the burden of this life I shall delight the Goddess who destroys me, the Goddess Cypris.
It is one thing to inform the reader that Aphrodite may be referred to also as Cypris or Paphia, and another to assume that students or teachers of ancient or medieval literature or culture could not (or should not) be supposed to know Zeus, "ruler of the Olympian gods" (p.
Theognis 1063-64 Boy, since the goddess Cypris gave you a lusty Grace, and your beauty's every boy's concern .