L Sylow = a Norwegian mathematician) ZEE Yahtzee (the 'Yacht' Game) CAE caenozoic, glycaemia, muscae (eye floaters) CEA cease, conceal CEI ceiling, perceive, conceit, caducei CI cinematheque, glycine COE coelenterate
, acoelomate SAE mucosae SE sepia, ellipses, paradisean, Barotse SEE seethe, aniseed, foresee SEY Seymouria (a fossil tetrapod), semseyite ([Pb.
A study of the gut contents of five juvenile loggerhead turtles, Caretta caretta (Linnaeus) (Reptilia Cheloniidae), from the south-Eastern part of the North Atlantic Ocean, with emphasis on coelenterate
any wild animal, whether alive or dead, including without limitation any wild mammal, bird, reptile, amphibian, fish, mollusk, crustacean, arthropod, coelenterate
, or other invertebrate, whether or not bred, hatched, or born in captivity, and includes any part, product, egg, or offspring, thereof.
, (84) echinoderms, (85) and worms (86)--mammals
Species with exterilium larvae are hypothesized to benefit in several ways: 1) an increase in the length and surface area of the gut greatly enhances digestion in oligotrophic environments (Moser 1981); 2) the exterilium projection protects against predators because pigment patterns and the physical structure of this feature mimic siphonophores or poisonous coelenterates
(Fraser and Smith, 1974; Moser, 1981; Gordon et al.
He said there are probably close to 200 species of jellyfish and other coelenterates
that are dangerous to humans.
The structure of chemosensory communication is wonderfully ancient: coelenterates
, nematodes, arthropods, and mammals, including humans, identify themselves and their biologic status by chemistry--the release of specific chemicals into the local environs (1).