Domestical

Do`mes´tic`al


a.1.Domestic.
Our private and domestical matter.
- Sir. P. Sidney.
n.1.A family; a household.
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Do climatic and physical factors affect populations of the blow fly Chrysomya megacephala and house fly Musca domestical Parasitology Research 109: 1279-1292.
Phylogenetic characterization of bacteria in the gut of house flies (Musca domesticaL.).
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Lim, "Influence of whey protein composite coatings on plum (Prunus Domestical.) fruit quality," Food and Bioprocess Technology, vol.
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(11.) William Gouge, Domestical Duties, Part 2, Treatise 4-8, (London, 1622), 42.
1992 "Stem water potential as a sensitive indicator of water stress in prune trees (Prunus domesticaL. cv.
Syvanen, "Identification and cloning of a key insecticide-metabolizing glutathione S-transferase (MdGST-6A) from a hyper insecticideresistant strain of the housefly Musca domestical' Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, vol.