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cotype

(ˈkəʊˌtaɪp)
n
(Biology) biology an additional type specimen from the same brood as the original type specimen
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About 124 species have primary types deposited in 5 repositories (MNH, IRD, MNHE, IP, MRC), including holotypes (45 species, 4 subspecies), syntypes (28 species, 3 subspecies), "types" (14 species), allotypes (10 species), paratypes (36 species, 3 subspecies), lectotypes (13 species), and cotype (5 species), mounted on 671 slides.
To be precise, we study p-concavity, type and cotype of multipliers from Banach function spaces to the space of p-integrable real-valued functions with respect to a positive and finite scalar measure.
The caudal spot current in fresh collected specimens is absent in holotype; the predorsal region is rounded forming a keel as in cotype but not in holotype; maxillary with 1 to 3 teeth and only 1 maxillary teeth in A.
The American Museum of Natural History has a single soldier specimen of Neotermes papua, which is a cotype from the N.
It is the type or cotype locality for 23 species, of which nine are found nowhere else: armbrusterite, bussenite, isolueshite, kukharenkoite-(La), kukisvumite, middendorfite, podlesnoite, shirokshinite and tuliokite.
Rehn (1901) provides the length of forearm of one cotype (ANSP 5784) as 62 and cranial measurements of the second cotype (ANSP 5783) including greatest length of skull 27.
2]), so that if X, Y are both of finite cotype we have
Pellegrino, Cotype and absolutely summing homogeneous polynomials in Lp-spaces.
Weak white fluorescence under longwave ultraviolet radiation has been observed on the cotype (Royal Ontario Museum specimen ROM M34547; R.
v] is a Hilbert space (so a Banach space with cotype 2), the conditions of the "random" Frequent Hypercyclicity Criterion, see [15, Theorem 2.