a.1.(Anat.) Sclerotic.
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Still, it is difficult to explain the rather good preservation of some skeletal elements, including such thin and fragile bones as sclerotical or terminal plates, buried together with large quartz grains.
solani colony color varied from brown to dark brown and sclerotia brown to dark brown (1), sclerotical shape was globose to subglobose (round to flat on one side), large (1-4 mm).
Semiosis of communication and exchange is made of relative and stereotyped relations, of what we can identify as non-relations, this type of communication ends up becoming void, asphyctic, sclerotical, in the last analysis, artificial and false.