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inflatus

(ɪnˈfleɪtəs)
n
an act of breathing into, an inflation or inspiration
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2004) y Panulirus inflatus (Garcia-Rodriguez, Aguero, Perez-Enriquez, & MacLeod, 2004).
95 m above the base of the unit) contain the trilobites Asaphellus inflatus Lu, 1962, Geragnostus cf.
The despised poor earth, The healthy odorous earth,--I missed with it The divine breath that blows the nostrils out To ineffable inflatus,--ay, the breath Which love is.
The Inflated Heelsplitter, Potamilus inflatus (Lea, 1831), historically occurred in the Amite, Tangipahoa, and Pearl Rivers in south-eastern Louisiana and the Tombigbee and Black Warrior Rivers in Alabama (Stewart, 1993).
X -- -- -- -- Paecilomyces inflatus -- -- -- -- -- Mortierella sp -- -- -- X -- Colletotrichum sp -- -- X -- -- Uncinula sp.
The spiny lobsters Panulirus gracilis Streets, 1871, and Panulirus inflatus (Bouvier, 1895) are important--as fishery resources on the Pacific coast of Mexico, and their combined annual catch is between 300 t and 500 t (Perez-Gonzalez et al.
Captura y aspectos reproductivos de la pesqueria de las langostas Panulirus inflatus y P.
Craspeduchus xanthostaurus, Epipolops scudderi, Jalysus reductus, Melanopleurus inflatus, Neoninus sp.
inflatus Brunner von Wattenywyl, 1891 (Orthoptera, Tettigonioidea, Phaneropteridae), two bush-cricket species endemic to southwest Anatolia: morphology, bioacoustics and systematics.
Zacatecas illinichemes Durango distinctus Lustrochernes San Luis Potosi grossus Chemetidae Pachychernes sp Tamaulipas Tychochemes Durango inflatus San Luis Potosi San Luis Potosi Durango Chthoniidae Paraliochthonius Durango sp Larcidae Larca chamberlini Durango Olpiidae Serianus dolosus Tamaulipas Fuente: Datos obtenidos de Montiel-Parra et al.
Degradation and enzymatic activties of three Paecilomyces inflatus strains grown on diverse lignocellulosic substrates.