Signifer


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Sig´ni`fer


a.1.Bearing signs.
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Impact of the introduced poeciliid Gambusia holbrooki (Girard, 1859) on the growth and reproduction of Pseudomugil signifer (Kner, 1865) in Australia.
splendida Peters, 1866; Tandanus cf: tandanus Mitchell, 1838; Kuhlia rupestris Lacepede, 1802; Pseudomugil signifer Kner, 1866; and Hypseleotris compressa Krefft, 1864 were generally common at all or most of the sites.
It should be noted that the five size-matched fish in this work, consumed 100% of a cumulative total of 200 Culex larvae in 12 h compared to Pseudomugil signifer and Gambusia holbrooki, reported by Willems et al (10), which consumed approximately 85% of 50 IV instar Culex larvae in 24 h.
Sue Harding, secretary to Mick Channon, trainer of Signifer, Betty Fontaine and Miss Lahar "Signifer has thrived on his racing but just needs things to drop right; if they do he'd have every chance.
The illustrative style of such comics has much to do with the way this process of defamiliarization works, and we must not forget that the primary mode of representation in them is never simply language--with its conceptual relations between signifer and signified--but pictures, which bear an indexical or perceptual relation to the things they represent.
An OPEN sign Scotch-taped to Daniel Reich Gallery's front door was hardly an idle signifer.
1 [male]) Larch wood; 2017 m; UTM 32T3868335074188; S; 80% shrubs, 20% grass; Alopecosa aculeata (Clerck 1757) (1), Drassodes cupreus (Blackwall 1834) (1), Haplodrassus signifer (C.
The predatory efficacy of native crimson-spotted rainbow fish Melanotaenia duboulayi (Melanotaeniidae), Australian smelt Retropinna semoni (Retropinnadae), Pacific blue-eye Pseudomugil signifer (Atherinidae), firetail gudgeon Hyposeleotris galii (Eleotridae), empire gudgeon Hypseleotris compressa (Eleotridae), and estuary perchlet Ambassis marianus (Ambassidae) was compared with that of the exotic eastern mosquito fish Gambusia holbrooki (Poeciliidae).
If we believe the structuralists, a word is a symbol, a signifer or sign, a marker of meaning that points to something, some referent or vast reservoir of negotiable meanings beyond itself.
Regem sequitur Signifer, qui vexillum gestat aureum tribus impressum bufonibus nigris: d'or a trois crapaux de sable.
Still, a large part of early modern writing about the body as a signifer concerns itself as much with action as it does with pose.
After the europium(III) fluorescence was measured, time-resolved fluorescence microscope images of the bottoms of the wells were shot at X10 magnification using a Signifer time-resolved fluorescence microimager (Perkin-Elmer Life Sciences) as described previously (10).