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eclose

(ɪˈkləʊz)
vb (intr)
(of an insect) to come out of the egg or the pupa case
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However, the last emergent in the winter brood did not eclose until approximately day 22 after pupation and the final spring emergent occurred on day 26 after pupation.
In summary, we observed significant differences in the effects of exposure to lead acetate on development, with 12 of 200 lines failing to eclose on both sexes and 4 lines had no viable female when developed on media with 0.
We participated in the CFPB's eClose Pilot this past winter; advanced eClosing--a requirement of the pilot that included three-day advanced delivery of the closing package--turned out to be a non-issue.
There was change elsewhere, though, with Motion 23 - calling for a complete shut down of inter-county activity in November and December to provide an official eclose season' - overwhelmingly backed.
In Wyomings northeast corner stands Devils Tower, the rock outcrop featured in the film eClose Encounters of the Third Kind.
Most don't permit lenders to eClose, he says, because a faster secondary market execution cuts down on credit line use.
Many larvae are under strong selective pressure to eclose before their parasitoids or predators (Slansky, 1986; Godfray, 1994).
Early clearings were used by resident populations, because they eclose relatively soon after snowmelt; these populations had a habitat-specific rate of increase [[lambda].
To compare fertility and fecundity, the first female to eclose from each sibling group was designated to be single or double mated by coin toss.
Females eclose with most of their eggs fully developed, which causes a strong correlation between fecundity and body size (Haukioja and Neuvonen 1985, Tammaru et al.