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eye·spot

 (ī′spŏt′)
n.
1. A light-sensitive organelle of certain chiefly unicellular organisms, such as euglenas and some motile algae.
2. A simple visual organ of certain invertebrates, consisting of a cluster of photoreceptor cells and pigment cells.
3. A rounded eyelike marking, as on the wings of certain butterflies.
4. Any of several fungal diseases that affect grasses and are characterized by oval lesions.

eyespot

(ˈaɪˌspɒt)
n
1. (Biology) a small area of light-sensitive pigment in some protozoans, algae, and other simple organisms
2. (Biology) an eyelike marking, as on the wings of certain butterflies

eye•spot

(ˈaɪˌspɒt)

n.
1. a light-sensitive group of cells or rudimentary visual structure of various algae and invertebrates.

eye·spot

(ī′spŏt′)
1. An area that is sensitive to light and functions somewhat like an eye, found in certain single-celled organisms as well as many invertebrate animals.
2. A round marking resembling an eye, as on the tail feather of a peacock.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.eyespot - an eyelike marking (as on the wings of some butterflies)eyespot - an eyelike marking (as on the wings of some butterflies); usually a spot of color inside a ring of another color
marking - a pattern of marks
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Klepper, Impact of fungicide seed treatments on Rhizoctonia root rot, take-all, eyespot, and growth of winter wheat, Plant Dis., 74, 782 (1990).
The Ministry of Health has previously stated that there are 10 types of pufferfish, of which five are poisonous - redeye puffer, Monotrete cochinchinensis, green spotted puffer, eyespot puffer and Tetraodon fluviatilis, also known as green puffer.
Genome-wide association mapping of resistance to eyespot disease (Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides) in European winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and fine-mapping of Pch1.
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In the adult, some 11 centimeters long, the pattern is lost but the eyespot is retained bigger and bolder than the actual eye with the intent to fool predators.
Specifically, if eyespot images indeed trigger implicit (social) threat-perception, we hypothesize that exposure to watchful eyes should lead to the experience of negative affect (e.g., anxiety, worry), which, as discussed, is often responsible for directing the brain's attention to social evaluation and decision-making problems in the first place.
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In the article titled "A Survey of Eyespot Sexual Dimorphism across Nymphalid Butterflies" [1], there was a missing affiliation for the first author.
In one spawn, larvae grew normally and had high survival at 15.5[degrees]C to Stage 27 (appearance of the eyespot).
Pupae were sorted into groups of young, middle-aged and mature pupae based on color, eyespot and duration since the onset of pupation.