Branchlets dark purple or purplish brown, branches are flexible and have capacity to bear load: Stipules caduceus, linear-lanceolate, petiole 2-4.5 cm, sparsely pubescent
or glabrous; leaf blade ovate, or sub orbicular, glabrous, base rounded or subcordate, margin shortly spinulose-serrate, apex long or shortly acuminate.
Correlation of the adjusted percentage of oxidized [.sup.13]C-glucose dose at 180 minutes with different insulin resistance surrogates BMI HOMA-IR FPI 2-h OGTT PI FPG All -0.659 -0.473 -0.473 -0.413 -0.164 (*) Pubescent
-0.649 -0.531 -0.508 -0.443 -0.279 Post-pubescent -0.664 -0.492 -0.481 -0.415 -0.161 (*) 2-h OGTT PG All -0.381 Pubescent
-0.426 Post-pubescent -0.330 (Spearman's rank correlation coefficient of the adjusted percentage of oxidized [.sup.13]C-glucose dose at 180 minutes with different insulin resistance surrogates and glucose metabolism markers, p<0.05).
Liana; branchlets cylindrical, striated, without lenticels, pubescent
, with interpetiolar gland fields.
Mesosternum punctuate and pubescent
laterally; mesosternum scar oval well-defined, punctuate and densely pubescent
Higher proportions of pubescent
and post-pubescent adolescents for both sexes have been observed (Table 1), which was expected due to the fact that the population age under analysis included mostly older adolescents.
Abdomen: Brown; setation comprised of dense long white setae, surface entirely smooth; T1-7 brown; T1-7 long white setose; T1 apubescent, T2-7 grey pubescent
; S1-7 brown; S1 asetose, S2-7 sparsely white setose; S predominantly apubescent; T2-4 parallel-sided and not constricted waist-like; bullae on T2 black, transversely elongate, surface entirely smooth, T2 surface anterior to bullae smooth.
"There's a major question about whether attraction to pubescent
children is normal or abnormal," said Dr.
Teenagers will sympathize with a pubescent
Potter who must (like Spiderman and other adolescent heroes) save the world while trying to get up the nerve to ask a really cute girl to the high school dance.
The advent of the cultivar CDC Maria, possessing glabrous-hulls (Hucl et al., 2001), and the resulting 'Canario' commodity class with a fixed tolerance for 1% pubescent
contaminants, has produced a need to validate current isolation requirements for pedigreed seed production.
Presiding over this magic are Ackermann's familiar figures with their cat eyes and small breasts--feral, pubescent
quasi self-portraits reminiscent of Darger's Vivian girls.
Born in Disneyland, raised in Harajuku, and nurtured on McDonald's--they were hanging out in this playground for the pubescent
." Another writer, Natsuo Kirino, captures the mood of the street, the not unpleasant sense-barrage that is Kabukicho, in her novel Out.
Still, when it comes to indigenous film it's hardly atypical for a feature to germinate from the idea of a young child quickly rotting in a field and evolve into a coming--of--age story about a pubescent
boy, his sexual confusion, his zombie dad, and his ghoulish, decaying, homoerotic play pal.
I don't know when it ever seemed easy to become a pro, but this guys seems to think it was much easier "then" than compared to "now" because of the increased "stuntsmanship," which will have dire consequences for the entire industry and the hopes and dreams of pubescent
The November/December 2001 issue discusses cliques and bullies and how to talk to pubescent
daughters about body changes; there's also a good guide to evaluating teen magazines.