microcosmus


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microcosmus

n. microcosmo.
1. universo en miniatura;
2. cualquier entidad o estructura considerada en sí misma un pequeño universo.
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2,4,6-cycloheptatrien-1-one, 3,5-bistrimethylsilyl-was one of the bioactive components of Microcosmus exasperatus which might heal some diseases[20-25].
Phylogeography of the widespread marine invader Microcosmus squamiger (Ascidiacea) reveals high genetic diversity of introduced populations and non-independent colonizations.
Asi, en el microcosmos humano, como senala Bernardo Silvestre en su poema cosmico Cosmographia o De mundi universitate seu Megacosmus et Microcosmus (47), la naturaleza se racionaliza y el simbolo queda centrado en el hombre.
(2011) for the solitary ascidian Microcosmus exasperatus, and twice higher than the maximum value recorded by Ananthan et al.
der Freiheit nicht im Wege); Hermann Lotze, Microcosmus: An Essay Concerning Man and His Relation to the World (Edinburgh: T.
(29.) Later in the seventeenth century, the Furies are among the cast in plays such as James Shirley's The Traytor (1635) and Thomas Nabbes's Microcosmus (1637).
During the summer of 2002, the oyster farmers of San Quintin Bay reported an infestation of their oysters and rack systems by an unusual "sponge." A preliminary visit to the study site found the organism in question to be the nonindigenous ascidian Microcosmus squamiger.
Likening the fourfold fruit to "the Lamb of God," Blake figures Christ as perhaps the very model of a microcosmus: "the Divine Lamb who died for all | And all in him died.
(19) Microcosmus XI, 9: <<Primum igitur hominem, quem pagina designabat ab occipitis regione, longa longis hystoriis fatorum series sequebatur>>