arcella


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Noun1.arcella - an amoeba-like protozoan with a chitinous shell resembling an umbrellaarcella - an amoeba-like protozoan with a chitinous shell resembling an umbrella
protozoan, protozoon - any of diverse minute acellular or unicellular organisms usually nonphotosynthetic
genus Arcella - type genus of the Arcellidae
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Al lado de los articulos dedicados a teoria, metodologia e historiografia sobre redes intelectuales, este numero de Historia y Espacio adjunta tres colaboraciones de tematica libre de los profesores Francisco Miguel Gimeno Blay (Universidad de Valencia, Espana); Luciano Arcella (Universidad del Valle, Cali-Colombia) y, conjuntamente, la de Alvaro Acevedo Tarazona y Juan Sebastian Bonilla Ayala (Universidad Industrial de Santander, Bucaramanga-Colombia).
This allows us to tailor recommendations to specific populations, averting potentially damaging consequences," says a report by Davide Arcella, scientific officer for the EFSA.
192,500, 85 E Mountain St, Zaman, Mohammad F, and Rahman, Nadia, to Arcella, David J, and Decarolis, Mia E.
Asterisked (*) taxa are new records for Estonia Taxon Vortsjarv Saadjarv Phylum Amoebozoa Class Lobosea Order Arcellinida Arcella sp.
2006) (=Mastigamoeba invertens (Klebs, 1893)) Class Tubulinea 4 Arcella vulgaris P Bt (Ehrenberg, 1830) 5 Centropyxis aculeate P Bt (Ehrenberg) (Stein, 1857) 6 Dactylosphaerium P Bt polypodium (Ehrenberg) 7 Euglypha ciliate P Bt (Ehrenberg) (Leidy, 1879) 8 Saccamoeba limax P Bt (Page, 1969) Phylum-group Alveolata; Phylum Ciliophora Subphylum Ciliata Class Kinetophragminophora 9 Amphileptus anser Pr Pl, Bt (Ehrenberg, 1838) 10 A.
The most frequent genera were Daphnia and Brachionus at the start, and Arcella, Bosmina, Daphnia, Asplanchma, Brachionus and Keratella at the end (Table 3).
Arcella (2005) argues that, to understand how to overcome the low success rate of technology transition through the so-called "valley of death" in the DoD, one needs to look to technical entrepreneurs and salespeople from small start-up companies.
Luciano Arcella, Nacido en Napoles, licenciado en Filosofia en la Universidad de Roma La Sapienza; conseguido titulo de docente con concurso publico nacional; especializado en Historia del Arte medieval y moderna.
Arcella et al found that Italian children had a mean frequency of oral intakes of 4.