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But in some genera the larvae become developed either into hermaphrodites having the ordinary structure, or into what I have called complemental males: and in the latter, the development has assuredly been retrograde; for the male is a mere sack, which lives for a short time, and is destitute of mouth, stomach, or other organ of importance, excepting for reproduction.
COMPLEMENTAL VERSES The Pretensions of Poverty Thou dost presume too much, poor needy wretch, To claim a station in the firmament Because thy humble cottage, or thy tub, Nurses some lazy or pedantic virtue In the cheap sunshine or by shady springs, With roots and pot-herbs; where thy right hand, Tearing those humane passions from the mind, Upon whose stocks fair blooming virtues flourish, Degradeth nature, and benumbeth sense, And, Gorgon-like, turns active men to stone.
The result is complemental to the chromatographic, spectroscopy, physicochemical and thermogravimetric analysis that suggest the low content of unsaturation and corroborates with the thermal stability observed for babassu biodiesel.
Then, we converted the mate pair sequences to reverse complemental sequences using the Reverse Complement tool in the FASTX-Toolkit (http://hannonlab.cshl.
While looking for complemental markers that would increase the accuracy of cTn, we face a large variety of biomarkers [3].
In response, Prime Minister Netanyahu stated that he would like to further develop the bilateral relationship, which is complemental to each other.
testudinaria consist of hermaphrodites, which attach directly to their host, and dwarf males (complemental males sensu Darwin, 1854), which attach to hermaphrodites (Grisp, 1983; Zardus and Hadfield, 2004; Cheang et al., 2013; Zardus et al., 2014).
Values indicated by blue are based on complemental estimates utilizing FINNCHAM and EC Report on equality between women and men in the EU.