perforatus

perforatus

(ˌpɜːfəˈreɪtəs)
n
a muscle that bends a digit
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We cultured larvae of 9 cirripede species to the cypris stage: Megabalanus rosa Pilsbry, 1916 (n = 6), Austrominius (=Elminius) modestus (Darwin, 1854) (n = 6), Semibalanus balanoides (Linnaeus, 1767) (n = 6), Balanus crenatus Bruguiere, 1789 (n = 11), Perforatus (Balanus) perforatus (Bruguiere, 1789) (n = 5), Hesperibalanus fallax (Broch, 1927) (n = 9), Balanus balanus (Linnaeus, 1758) (n = 1), Balanus spongicola Brown, 1844 (n = 4), and Verruca stroemia (O.
Some studies have demonstrated the phytotoxic activity of some Rutaceae plants, such as Esebeckia yaxhoob and Stauranthus perforatus (Mata et al.
perforatus (de Montfort, 1808) Nummulites ptukhiani Kacharava, 1969 Nummulites praegarnieri Schaub, 1981
The balanoid barnacles Balanus perforatus is the most common encrusters in the studied areas.
Nitrogen stable isotope composition as a tracer of fish farming in invertebrates Aplysina aerophoba, Balanus perforatus and Anemonia sulcata in central Adriatic.
The feces from an Egyptian tomb bat, Taphozous perforatus, contained a virus that perfectly matched the MERS virus that killed the first patient, the researchers report in the November Emerging Infectious Diseases.
The viral DNA was found in a fecal swab taken from a Taphozous perforatus bat, also known as an Egyptian tomb bat, said Ian Lipkin, head of Columbia University's Center for Infection and Immunity.
29TNG27: Ria de Vigo, puerto de Vigo, Iberconsa, 25-IV-1997, tetrasporofito, sobre rocas del dique, Cremades, SANT-9205; ibidem, junto a industrias navales Patouro, 17-III-1995, tetrasporofito, sobre Balanus perforatus, Guillermes & Cremades, SANT-8091 (como D.
Comparativamente algunos escolitidos fosiles son conocidos, en madera grabada petrificada del Triasico de Arizona y atribuida a la accion de las especies de Paleoscolytus divergus Walker, Paleoipidus perforatus Walker y P.
The presence of sessile barnacles (Balanus perforatus, Chthamalus montagui and Chthamalus stellatus), lacking any nutritional value, indicates that the shells were gathered in more or less exposed areas too.