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a sharp, pointed object

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any sharply pointed projection

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a small sharp-pointed tip resembling a spike on a stem or leaf

the part of a book's cover that encloses the inner side of the book's pages and that faces outward when the book is shelved

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a sharp rigid animal process or appendage

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2009: A review of the spined loaches, family Cobitidae (Cypriniformes) in Korea.
Characterization of genetic variability among geographically separated colonies may help interpret results of biological studies concerning spined soldier bug susceptibility to insecticides, GMOs (Bell et al.
longbow you would try wood arrows spined at 50-55 lbs.
ii) S is a spined product of an C-wrpp semigroup and a right normal band with respect to a semilattice Y.
Diagnosis: This genus can be recognised from other corinnids by the closely spaced posterior median eyes, densely setose and strongly spined anterior legs, and the uniquely shaped female epigyne and palpal morphology.
The monoclonal antibodies used to develop the ELISAs came from the yolk proteins vitellin and vitellogenin of the spined soldier bug, Podisus maculiventris, and the minute pirate bug, Orius insidiosus.
Spined soldier bugs (Podisus maculiventris) are valuable beneficial insects in home gardens because they prey on a multitude of pests, including Mexican bean beetles, cabbage loopers, diamondback moths, army worms and other caterpillars, flea beetles and Colorado potato beetles.
Its close pyramidal growth broadens with age but the green stems and bright green sparsely spined leaves can be clipped to maintain its strong shape.
ABSTRACT--The toxicities of acephate and carbaryl were evaluated for the spined soldier bug, Podisus maculiventris (Say), to determine the potential use of this predator in an integrated pest management program for snapbeans.
1C); dictyonal framework typically aphrocallistid (with diarhys es) with beams partly smooth and partly sparsly spined, 49-88-188 [micro]m in thickness; meshes 3- and 4-sided, very irregular with sides 183-483-1059 [micro]m.
Colonies with spines recorded at the preexposure time were classified as constitutively spined and those with no spines by five days postexposure were classified as unspined.
The smallest shark - the spined pygmy - is only nine inches long.
Light green rosettes withsoftly spined margins multiply to form clumps a foot or more across but only a few inches tall.
Morphological differences between female and male spined loaches belonging to five species from the Adriatic basin were examined.
Enhancement of natural river reproduction for river lamprey, Atlantic salmon, European bullhead (Cottus gabio), spined loach (Cobitis taenia) and thick-shelled river mussel; and