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druse

(drōōz)
n. pl. dru·sen (drōō′zən)
One of the small hyaline or colloid bodies sometimes occurring behind the retina of the eye.
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fortunei, except for isolated druses formed around solid objects lying on the sediment, such as wood debris, bottles, and so forth, that occasionally were very large.
We found a total of 20 taxa (species and higher taxa) of macroinvertebrates in druses of L.
0023; 2-sided t-test) was found in Dreissena druses compared with bare sediments (Tables 3 and 4).
Assemblages of native benthic invertebrates associated with the druses differed significantly from those found in the nearby bare substrate (global R = 0.
Dreissena druses have positive effects on the majority of native bottom invertebrates, including turbellarians, leeches, gastropods, some oligochaetes, and chironomids (Karatayev et al.
Rio Tercero Reservoir Parameters Sediments Limnopevna Druses Total species recorded 16 20 Species per sample 5.
Epidermal cells: without crystals = 0; with prismatic = 1; with acicular = 2; with druses = 3 40.