Benjamin Franklin

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printer whose success as an author led him to take up politics


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Hypanus americanus (Hildebrand & Schroeder, 1928) es una especie demersal que habita en zonas marino-costeras y estuarios, entre 0 y 53 m de profundidad.
americanus in eastern North America (Table 1) is similar to that reported for the western part of its distribution (Kennedy et al.
Candidatus Liberibacter americanus associated with citrus huanglongbing (greening disease) in Sao Paulo State, Brazil.
Predator-prey relations between age-1+ summer flounder (Paralichthys dentatus, Linnaeus) and age-0 winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus, Walbaum): predator diets, prey selection, and effects of sediments and macrophytes.
1995), and American lobster Homarus americanus (Wahle and Steneck, 1992) are all highly mobile as pelagic larvae and as adults, but are shelter-restricted as early juveniles.
To investigate the placement of americanus, we retrieved 4 Cytb sequences representing three closely related species of Merops: M.
The most abundant species, and the species most affected by the fire, were Schoenoplectus americanus (bulrush), Typha domingensis (Southern cattail), Bolboschoenus maritimus, Sporobolus virginicus and Distichlis spicata (saltgrass), all of which formed part of the grasslands and reed beds.
americanus and its European counterpart, Homarus gammarus (Linnaeus) primarily remain a wild capture fishery.
ABSTRACT The American lobster Homarus americanus shares rocky shore habitats and resources with two common invasive crab species in the northwest Atlantic: the green crab Carcinus maenas and the Asian shore crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus.
Gross and histological lesions strongly implicate M americanus as the cause of dermatitis affecting practically all saffron finches in the collection.
varieties of the human species in his works: the Americanus,
A large international group of researchers reported last year they had sequenced the genome of Necator americanus, the type of hookworm most commonly responsible for human infection.
Experimental evidence for this hypothesis was obtained by Dute & Rushing (1987) when they chemically removed the torus from aspirated pit membranes of Osmanthus americanus.
REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF White Balsa Wood (Heliocarpus americanus L.
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