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sen·su la·to

(sen'sū lā'tō),
In a broad sense.
[L.]

sen·su la·to

(sen'sū lā'tō)
In a broad sense.
[L.]
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Evolution of Candidatus Neoehrlichia mikurensis gene copy numbers and antibody levels to Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato complex and Anaplasma phagocytophilum for patient 1, Sweden Characteristic Days after inclusion in study 0 77 Clinical manifestations None Rash on right breast Candidatus N.
maxima sensu Rosewater from Taiwan and the Ryukyu Islands provided a basis for resurrection of T.
Thus, we can draw conclusion that in coppice oakeries of Belgorod region of Russian Federation the complex Armillaria mellea sensu lato is represented by two species A.
Superfamily Neanuroidea Massoud 1967 sensu D'Haese 2002
There, Aristotle distinguishes the matter of heavenly substance as if it were matter in a certain sense only, and not sensu stricto: the only change it underlies is coming-to-be [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], "from one place to another" (not from privation to form, the standard case).
In a laboratory setting, they showed that infected female Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto mosquitoes were attracted to human odours three times more than mosquitoes that were not infected with the malaria-causing Plasmodium falciparum parasite.
Afin d'elargir l'horizon des etudiants, le CIES a aussi souhaite associer des intervenants actifs dans d'autres secteurs que le management stricto sensu (sport et handicap, histoire, developpement par le sport, sport et racisme, sport et violence, etc.
14], in a review of the genus Milnesium Doyere, 1840, concluded that Milnesium tardigradum sensu stricto can only confidently be asserted to occur in Europe, and that records from other regions must be confirmed.
Visitors can learn more about sensu hand-held fans or what omelet rice drawing involves.
Oligosita sanguinea sensu stricto has also been known in the USA from several other states (Peck, 1963), but this is the first record from New York.
Justice Mian Saqib Nisar observed that the order was not stricto sensu in nature and reminded her that she herself had filed an undertaking on behalf of her client, which must be given legal sanctity.
Their opinion was based on lithological correlation with sections on the Estonian mainland and the stratigraphical distribution of the chitinozoan Cyathochitina regnelli sensu Nolvak & Grahn (1993).