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pi·li

 (pī′lī′)
n.
Plural of pilus.

pili

(pɪˈliː)
n, pl -lis
1. (Plants) a burseraceous Philippine tree, Canarium ovatum, with edible seeds resembling almonds
2. (Plants) Also called: pilinut the seed of this tree
[from Tagalog]

pili

(ˈpaɪlɪ)
pl n, sing pilus (ˈpaɪləs)
(Microbiology) bacteriol short curled hairlike processes on the surface of certain bacteria that are involved in conjugation and the attachment of the bacteria to other cells
[C20: from Latin: hairs]

pi•li

(ˈpaɪ laɪ)

n.
Biol. pl. of pilus.
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Autoriai pateikia Uia seka: aukUtutine pilis ir jos aplinka, Senamiestis, Gedimino pr.
62) Meanwhile, the Prairie Messenger, which the Abbey published, regularly printed articles by Bob Von Pilis, Saskatoon's diocesan "lay director of the Catholic Rural Life Movement," another champion of farmers' rights.
Tenders are invited for Toilet Tissu Paper Superior Quality No Of Pilis -2 , Gsm Red Ply - 20 Gm/G-2 Colour White, Lenght Of Sheet In Cm -20 Width Of Sheet 24 Cm Sheet Per Bundle- 200, Make-Dorrisfray Or Similar Qty- 500 Nos Bundles
1, 5,89: hastati dictis qui primi hastis pugnabant, pilani qui pilis, principes qui a principio gladiis; Klingmuller, 1912; Schulten, 1912).
Es un bacilo gram negativo, aerobio facultativo que mide 1 x 2 mm; goza de una sola cadena en espiral de ADN, se mueve mediante flagelos peritricos, no produce esporas y forma fimbrias y pilis [4].
longi- pilis como una especie politipica, con al menos 8 subespecies.
coli uropatogeno para unirse a las celulas uroepiteliales de las mujeres no secretoras de antigenos del grupo ABO sanguineo, entre otros factores de virulencia como pilis, fimbrias y endosomas (8, 12).
Caules, petiolus, rachis foliorum, rachis inflorescentiarum, pedunculi florales, pedicelli dense tomentulosi; pilis cinereis vel fusco flavescentibus, folia 7-9-foliolata, foliola usque ad 8.
This study demonstrates that the physiological adaptations relative to the LT determination in rats under aerobic treadmill training and submitted to incremental efforts occur in a manner similar to those described for humans, as found by Pilis et al.
Foliis breviter petiolatis (< 0,8 cm), basi subcordatis, lamina breviter lobulatis, mucronatis, supra glaberimis, subtus glaberimis vel pubescentis, cum pilis stipitatis et bulbosis.