vivipara

vivipara

(vɪˈvɪpərə)
pl n
(Zoology) zoology a division of vertebrates that produce offspring that develop as embryos within the female parent and thus are born live

vivipara

pl. animals whose young are bom live, as mammals. — viviparity, n.viviparous, adj.
See also: Zoology
pl. animals that bear living young. Cf. ovipara, ovovivipara. — viviparity, n. — viviparous, adj.
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Color: In each case refers to that of live adult apterous vivipara recorded at the time of collection.
Paulo DV, Fontes FM, Flores-Lopes F (2012) Histopathological alterations observed in the liver of Poecilia vivipara (Cyprinodontiformes: Poeciliidae) as a tool for the environmental quality assessment of the Cachoeira River BA.
megastoma es vivipara [28], algunas veces hay eclosion de estos en el intestino del hospedador y son entonces eliminadas larvas y huevos [21].
In Guerrero State, this weevil infests wild, semi-cultivated, and cultivated maguey for producing mezcal (Agave vivipara L.
Aspectos reprodutivos de Poecilia vivipara (Bloch e Schneider) (Poeciliidae) da Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
Biologia reproductiva durante un ciclo anual de la lagartija vivipara Mabuya brachypoda (Reptilia: Scincidae) del estado de Tabasco, Mexico (Tesis de Maestria).
En particular, el tiburon piloto se caracteriza por presentar un tiempo generacional entre 11 y 16 anos, asi como un tipo de reproduccion vivipara placentaria, con ciclos bianuales con vitelogenesis y gestacion consecutivas (Bransteter, 1987; GalvanTirado et al, 2015).
coli expressed Remusatia vivipara lectin (a plant lectin) and Sclerotium rolfsii lectin (a fungal lectin) on the development and germination of a fungus Sclerotium rolfsii.
This study reflects the significant higher density of sessile taxa (Porifera and the ascidean Paramolguta gregaria) and two small ophiuroids (Ophiacantha vivipara and Ophiura lymani), all of them conspicuous during the exploratory cruises conducted in 1995, in the sites where fishing effort was interrupted 4 y before the sampling in 2007 than in those sites continuously exploited and discusses the results considering previous knowledge on the damage that the process on board scallopers imparts on invertebrates bycatch.
In the ethmoidal region, the nasal capsule of the Mabuya is broad, very developed, and similar to others lizards such as the scincids Chalcides ocellatus, Eutropis carinata (= Mabuya carinata), Plestiodon fasciauts (= Eumeces quinquelineatus), Trachylepis capensis (= Mabuya capensis), Lygosoma, the lacertids Lacerta vivipara, and Acanthodactylus boskiana, the anguid Anguis fragilis, and the gimnophthalmid Ptychoglossus bicolor (Rice 1920; Pearson 1921; Rao & Ramaswami 1952; El Toubi & Kamal 1961; Skinner 1973; Bellaris & Kamal 1981; Hernandez et al.