left anterior descending artery continuing as posterior "ascending" and posterior left ventricular branch: a rare coronary anomaly.
californicus reached maximum classification values in genotype 132, as superdominant
, superabundant, super frequent, and constant, without significant presence of predators.
Absence of left circumflex with superdominant
right coronary artery.
obliqua was the predominant species with the following faunistic characteristics: superdominant
(SD), superabundant (SA), superfrequent (sf), and constant (W) (Table 3).
Caption: Figure 6: Superdominant
RCA arising from right sinus in left anterior oblique view on MDCT.
right coronary artery giving rise to left circumflex coronary artery as a terminal extension.
Polyarthra dolichoptera was classified as superdominant
(seasonal relative abundance > 30%), while Tr.
lespesi 6 0.03 ND r PF Z Trachymyrmex sp.2 5 0.03 ND r PF Z Sericomirmex 3 0.01 ND r PF Z Cephalotes pusillus 3 0.01 ND r PF Z Lachynomyrmex 3 0.01 ND r PF Z Total individuals 16,585 SD = superdominant
, D = dominant, ND = not dominant; sa = super abundant, very abundant = va, a = abundant, c = common, d = dispersed, r = rare; MF = very frequent, F = frequent, PF = infrequent; W = constant, Y = accessory, Z = accidental TABLE 2.
Right coronary artery (RCA) was superdominant
. The Cx artery territory was supplied by the RCA (Fig.
"Fifteen years ago France was dominant a little bit, Italy was superdominant
, then France, then Spain, now England.
This form of dominance hierarchy with one superdominant
(the largest or most aggressive one) and four lower ranked crayfish was persistent throughout the duration of the grouping.
We observed a slight decrease in total spider biomass in polluted areas, whereas Koponen and Niemela (1994b) observed a change in species composition of the ground-living spider community, with a wolf spider, Xerolycosa nemoralis, being superdominant
and all other spider species being less common in the most polluted zone.