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paradoxer

(ˈpærəˌdɒksə) or

paradoxist

n
a proposer of a paradox
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Species Group Indicator Life form P-value (c) (a) value (b) (%) Fallugia paradoxa young 100 Shrub 0.
Pollen, tapetum, and orbicule development in Colletia paradoxa and Discaria americana (Rhamnaceae).
Pelican spiders are an ancient lineage (Archaea paradoxa shown, from Eocene epoch amber).
By the end of 44 BCE, he had completed Academica, De finibus, Tusculanae disputationes, De divination, De senectute, De amicita, De fato, De officiis and Paradoxa Stoicorum.
2) The current edition of the journal Paradoxa is called African sf (http: // paradoxa.
Annual cycle of condition and flood season spawning in Galatea Paradoxa (Born, 1977) from the Cross River, Nigeria.
On the one hand, these encounters with mythical men and beasts imitate the paradoxa we find in travel accounts and histories, like those of Ctesias.
JASCHHOF | Paradoxa paradoxa JASCHHOF, male"; (2) printed on red paper circle: "Holotype"; (3) printed on white paper: "RSA [South Africa]: KwaZulu-Natal: | Northern Drakensberg; Royal Natal | Nat.
Psammolepis abavica Mark-Kurik is the zonal form in the upper part of the Burtnieki RS (Abava Mb), as is Psammolepis paradoxa Agassiz in the Gauja RS.
In a paper "Cyanophora paradoxa genome elucidates origin of photosynthesis in algae and plants" that appeared this week in the journal Science, an international team led by evolutionary biologist and Rutgers University professor Debashish Bhattacharya has shed light on the early events leading to photosynthesis, the result of the sequencing of 70 million base pair nuclear genome of the one-celled alga Cyanophora.
Their seasonal histories are based mainly on regular sampling of Apache plume, Fallugia paradoxa (D.