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calices

 [kal´ĭ-sēz] (L.)
plural of calix.

ca·ly·ces

, calices (kal'i-sēz, kal'i-sēz),
Plural of calyx.

calices

(kā′lĭ-sēz′, kăl′ĭ-)
n.
Plural of calix.

calices

See calyx.

calices

plural of calix.
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Observa-se correlacao altamente positiva entre as variaveis massa de fruto e massa do fruto com calice (0,962), ou seja, quanto maior massa do fruto com o calice, maior sera a massa do fruto.
Essas celulas trofoblasticas da cinta corionica invadem o epitelio uterino adjacente aproximadamente aos 38 dias de gestacao, migrando para a lamina propria para se diferenciar nos calices endometriais (4, 7, 10).
Ainsi, peu apres le deces de Charles Le Moyne de Longueuil et de Chateauguay (1626-1685), le notaire recense dans sa maison du fief de Chateauguay : << Une chappelle garnie de son Calice et sa patene dargent, Une chasuble et brocart garnye un Lautre d'or, une aube devant d'autel et tout ce qui Sert a lad chappelle [.
Flores androginas, pediceladas, pedicelo 4 mm, actinomorfas, hipanto infundibuliforme, calice tubular ou tubular-campanulado, 4-10 x 2,5-4 mm; 5 lobulos triangulares, tomentosos na face externa e glabras na face interna; gamopetalas, 5 lobulos arredondados e/ou reflexos, 6-12 x 2,5-4 mm, com apice arredondado e vermelho-alaranjado, na face externa superior (1/3) vilosa, restante glabra (2/3 inferior), face interna glabra; estames 5, subsesseis, adnatos a fauce da corola, alternipetalos; anteras oblongas, dorsifixas, base divergente, 2-3 x 0,5-2 mm; ovario infero, 2-carpelar, 2-locular, estigma elipsoide, 1,5 mm comprimento, estilete linear, exserto, glabro, ate 2cm comprimento; placentacao axilar.
ebenaster sao bacoides, polispermicos, globosos, achatados nos polos e, com calice persistente, confirmando as caracterizacoes encontradas na literatura.
Le calice d'argent massif commande en 1831 a l'orfevre Peter Nordbeck pour l'eglise Saint-Pierre de Pubnico (Nouvelle-Ecosse) fut vendu en 1966 a un antiquaire par le cure de cette paroisse.
The genus Grewingkia Dybowski, 1873, on the contrary, mainly includes comparatively large, liberosessile species with strongly dilated septa throughout the early ontogeny, a cardinal fossula often provided with a septofossular stage (= short cardinal septum) in the calice, and a tabularium with several peripheral tabellae.
Per esaltare le virtu del vino ci vuole il calice adeguato e per gustare al meglio un piatto prelibato ci vuole il giusto abbinamento del vino.
Luca Cadura, director of Marketing, Italy; Vanessa Vigar, director of Communications, Germany; Antonia Calice, sales director Universal Studios Networks; Michael Barry, creative director Universal Studios Networks; Kyra Weiss, marketing director Germany; Sebastian Meyssan, marketing director France; Shirley Henry director of Communications USA Networks, Cesar Sabroso, director of Marketing & Promotion, Calle 13.
Though an original work, it draws on folklore and traditional stories in recounting the adventures of a band of animals, including the housecat Nonna Zibetta, who crusade against evildoers in the countryside around Calice in the province of Parma.
Author of Orationes duae and of Sententia de calice laicis permittendo (the latter also popular in Protestant circles), Dudith was a well-known and highly respected humanist with significant international contacts.
It is through Mocenigo that we hear about Melchior's past in Ragusa, on the Dalmatian coast (today's Dubrovnik), with details preparing the final coup de theatre in the closing chapter, "La lie du calice.