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gyne

 (jīn)
n.
A female social insect that is or has the potential to become a reproductive queen, in contrast to a sterile worker.

[Greek gunē, woman; see gwen- in Indo-European roots.]
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The first trapping test was conducted in summer with males, worker females, and potentially new gynes present.
It was only revealed in full after the chance discovery of a medal awarded to Force Benedict's Wing Commander, Group Captain Henry Neville Gynes Ramsbottom-Isherwood in 2009.
However, the gynes and males for several species are worker-like (e.
than were bumblebee gynes (Bombus), medium-large solitary bees, and tiny drosophilid flies.
Heideggeris jokiu budu nera vienintelis fenomenologas, gynes toki poziuri i intersubjektyvuma.
And such was the secrecy surrounding the ultimately successful operation, that it was largely forgotten for nearly 70 years until the chance discovery earlier last year of a medal awarded to Force Benedict's Wing Commander, Group Captain Henry Neville Gynes Ramsbottom-Isherwood.
Rydym Yn travaelio mewn eira i fyny y mynydd hwn ac i lawr arall gyda dim ond dwy government blanket i'ch cadw yn gynes y nos.
Gene expression in workers was more similar to foundresses, which show maternal care, than to queens and gynes, which do not.
Normally, ground-foraging ants collect insects from the leaf litter and ants are not obligately dependent on myrmecochory, but adding the food resource of elaiosomes can increase a nest's production of gynes (virgin queens) (Morales and Heithaus 1998).
Gynes has four decades of experience in technical, sales, marketing and general management positions within the software and computer systems industry and most recently served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ascential (NASDAQ: ASCL), which was acquired by IBM in 2005.
That is until the chance discovery earlier this year of a medal awarded to Force Benedict's Wing Commander, Group Captain Henry Neville Gynes Ramsbottom-Isherwood.
Newidiwch ddwywaith yn y dydd, gan gadw y fron yn gynes e gwlaneni.