Tetramera

Te`tram´e`ra


n. pl.1.(Zool.) A division of Coleoptera having, apparently, only four tarsal joints, one joint being rudimentary.
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The purpose of this experiment was to determine if a newer cryopreservation protocol, droplet vitrification (DV), is a better method of preservation for Deeringothamnus rugelii, Deeringothamnus pulchellus, and Asimina tetramera, compared to encapsulation vitrification (EV).
niger, Chaetomium globosum, Cladosporium spp., Colletotrichum truncatum, Curvularia lunata, Drechslera tetramera, Fusarium moniliforme, F.
Isolation of antifungal saponins from Phytolacca tetramera, an Argentinean species in critic risk.
Las flores del balso blanco se disponen en inflorescencias tipo paniculas de cimas de 18 a 20 flores; flor hermafrodita con corola tetramera con sepalos y petalos, lineares a estipulados; estambres de 16 a 20, ovario ovoide ubicado sobre un androginoforo; fruto ovoide, de tipo aquenio multiple (esquizocarpo), indehiscente, glabrescente.
Zacchino, "Evidence for the mechanism of action of the antifungal phytolaccoside B isolated from Phytolacca tetramera Hauman," Journal of Natural Products, vol.
de Estructura Clasificacion Arginina quinasa ARGK 2,7,3,3 Monomera Esterasa EST 3,1,1,2 Monomera Fosfoglucomutasa PGM 2,7,5,1 Monomera Fructosa 1,6 difosfato FBP 4,1,1,13 Monomera Glucosa fosfato isomerasa GPI 1,1,1,49 Dimera Glucosa 6 fosfato G6PDH 5,3,1,9 Dimera deshidrogenasa Hexoquinasa HK 2,7,1,1 Monomera Lactato deshidrogenasa LDH 1,1,1,27 Tetramera Malato deshidrogenasa MDH 1,1,1,37 Dimera Tabla 2.
A corola e de coloracao branca, crucifera, dialipetala, tetramera, actinomorfa e homopetala (Figura 3--C a E).
Mycobilimbia tetramera (De Not.) Hafellner & Turk -- SG: Martinez & Aragon (1996).
The Florida Natural Areas Inventory (FNAI) lists scrub communities as globally and state endangered (FNAI 1990, FDEP 2003) largely due to the presence of protected species like the Eastern indigo snake, Florida Scrub-jay, the fragrant prickly apple (Harrisia fragrans), and the four-petal pawpaw (Asimina tetramera).