gall.


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gall.

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gal.

abbreviation for
(Units) gallon
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Pupation occurred in the gall after which adults eclosed, leaving the pupal exuviae protruding from the gall.
Biology, phenology and population trends: These parasitoids completed egg to adult development within host gall.
Although he claims to write a biography of Gall, more text and topical emphasis is devoted to the life of Sitting Bull and other Lakota leaders than to Gall.
Tip: Since these galls form early in the summer, they tend to be found low on the goldenrod stem and can also be identified by a small circular patch near the top end of the gall.
Gall, who has been formerly president/chief executive officer of Western Sierra Bancorp, succeeds Judy Hess, who remains with the bank as chief banking Officer working directly with Gall.
Consequently, the age of the tissues by the time of oviposition can alter the patterns of anatomical development and the adaptive value of the gall.
Around 70 people attended a 100th birthday celebration in July-for-former Seddon Memorial Hospital nurse Lily Gall.
Feeding by hatched gall midge larvae suppressed the development of the growth cone and stimulated the formation of a gall.
Some Republicans believed that Brown had played a major role in the successful effort to defeat Gall.
Edwards opened the scoring when he drilled the ball home from inside the area after a pass from strike partner Kevin Gall.