aculeate


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having or resembling a stinger or barb

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Nutritive value of Sesbania aculeate grown on salty soil and its effect on reproductive parameters of Syrian Awassi ewes.
Biological activities (anti-inflammatory, anti-hypernociceptive and antioxidant) of red marine algae extracts, such as Lithothamnion muelleri (Costa et al., 2015) Neorhodomela aculeate (Lim et al.
gundlachi Decurved terminal spine emerges from between flanges; spine surface aculeate, invested with fine retorse teeth (Fig.
Adult females are generally parasitoids of immature stages of other aculeate Hymenoptera.
From the existence of Cyprideis aculeate (Jones) which is capable to exist in bring water; one can conclude that the water of delta was brine.
The methanolic extract of Neorhodomela aculeate enhanced the inhibition of cellular reactive oxygen species (ROS) generation, [H.sub.2][O.sub.2]-induced lipid peroxidation and inducible nitric oxide synthase.
Walker et al., 2006) (=Mastigamoeba invertens (Klebs, 1893)) Class Tubulinea 4 Arcella vulgaris P Bt (Ehrenberg, 1830) 5 Centropyxis aculeate P Bt (Ehrenberg) (Stein, 1857) 6 Dactylosphaerium P Bt polypodium (Ehrenberg) 7 Euglypha ciliate P Bt (Ehrenberg) (Leidy, 1879) 8 Saccamoeba limax P Bt (Page, 1969) Phylum-group Alveolata; Phylum Ciliophora Subphylum Ciliata Class Kinetophragminophora 9 Amphileptus anser Pr Pl, Bt (Ehrenberg, 1838) 10 A.
Protective effect of Pisonia aculeate on rifampicin and isoniazid induced hepatotoxicity in rats.
Notes, with descriptions of new species, on aculeate Hymenoptera of the Australian region.
Frequency Salience Species (%) Mean index IVs Mauritia flexuosa 100.0 1.70 0.882 0.977 Attalea compta 86.0 2.78 0.599 0.841 Acrocomia aculeate 81.4 3.09 0.527 0.795 Butia purpurascens 67.4 4.66 0.257 0.659 Attalea eichleri 50.0 4.05 0.242 0.489 Syagrus comosa 33.7 3.66 0.181 0.329 Euterpe edulis 32.6 4.71 0.124 0.239 Attalea speciosa 29.1 3.88 0.151 0.284 Syagrus oleracea 26.7 4.13 0.126 0.261 Allagoptera leucocalyx 24.4 4.48 0.103 0.239 Syagrus deflexa 18.6 4.69 0.072 0.182 Mauritiella armata 16.3 4.00 0.077 0.170 Syagrus rupicola 8.1 4.00 0.039 0.079 Syagrus romanzoffiana 8.1 4.14 0.039 0.079 Allagoptera campestris 1.2 6.00 0.002 0.011 Geonoma pohliana 1.2 6.00 0.002 0.011 subsp.
Blades 3-12 cm long, curved, glabrous; apex of the leaves acute, slightly pungent and aculeate. Leaf blade cross section obovate, 0.65-1.1 mm in diameter, with 7 veins; sclerenchyma forming a complete ring with a thickness of 3-4 cells, 2-4 grooves, 1-3 ridges (Figures 1a, 1b, 1c).
Kleptoparasitism is further known as an obligate habit in the anthomyiid genera Leucophora and Eustalomyia Kowarz, 1873, in which the females lay eggs in the borrows of solitary and presocial pollen- or flesh-storing aculeate Hymenoptera (Amiet & Volkart 1983; Meyer-Holzapfel 1986; Polidori et al.
Mejia-Saules 2008-103 (XAL) Guadua aculeate Mexico, Chiapas, - Rupr.
Matt Smith, an entomologist, looked at several groups of insects across the airport, principally at the aculeate hymenoptera - bees, wasps and ants.