rhomboides


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rhomboides

(rɒmˈbɔɪdiːz)
n
a rhomboid
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In the first course, there was a shoulder of mutton cut into an equilateral triangle, a piece of beef into a rhomboides, and a pudding into a cycloid.
Previously, Morvan and Ansell (1988) calculated a percent of AO in Tapes rhomboides, using a complex estimation based on oocyte diameters and the Williams' equation (Williams 1981); however, these authors only appear to have included mature AO in their estimations.
Se identificaron 12 especies dominantes que representaron al 97,4% de la captura total en numero de individuos, entre las cuales Haemulon plumierii fue la mas abundante con una proporcion de 52% de la captura total, seguida por Lagodon rhomboides y Orthopristis chrysoptera (Tabla 2).
Abundance, growth, and mortality of young-of-the year pinfish, Lagodon rhomboides, in three estuaries along the gulf coast of Florida.
1 -- -- Eunotia sp 2 1 -- Fragilaria capucina Desmarziers -- -- 2 Fragilaria sp 14 -- 11 Frustulia rhomboides (Ehrenberg) de Toni 7 -- -- Frustulia sp -- -- -- State Bayelsa Ondo Lagos Stations BB OA LF LC CLASS BACILLARIOPHYCEAE A.
Habitos alimenticios del pez Lagodon rhomboides (Perciformes: Sparidae) en la laguna costera de Chelem, Yucatan, Mexico.
Potencial of Meristocarus degradatus y Xylobates rhomboides (Acari: Oribatei) in the degradation of higher plant materials.
La especie Frustulia rhomboides fue predominante en el lago 1 (22.