Stercoraria

Stercoraria

the posterior station group of trypanosomes transmitted by contamination through the feces of the insect vector. Includes Trypanosoma cruzi, T. lewisi, T. melophagium, T. nabiasi, T. rangeli, T. theileri, T. theodori.
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The effect of fluctuating temperatures during development on fitness-related traits of Scatophaga stercoraria (Diptera: Scathophagidae).
Temperature effects on egg size and their fitness consequences in the yellow dung fly Scathophaga stercoraria.
La sedia stercoraria se realizo en este mismo material en el s.
musculi cuyo hospedero es el raton (Mus musculus), pertenece al mismo grupo Stercoraria de T.
Causes and consequences of phenotypic plasticity in body size: the case of the yellow dung fly Scathophaga stercoraria (Diptera: Scathophagidae), pp.
That chair, known as the sedia stercoraria, one translation of which is "the dungchair", another "the pierced chair", remains in a junk room of the Vatican Library.
It is further classified in a special section called Stercoraria because it is the only human trypanosome to be transmitted by the feces of its invertebrate vector (others are transmitted by saliva).
Copula duration and testes size in the yellow dung fly, Scathophaga stercoraria (L.
Sperm competition or sperm selection: no evidence for female influence over paternity in yellow dung flies Scatophaga stercoraria.
Two surviving practices add further spice to the controversy: for several hundred years after Pope Joan's alleged tenure, in the course of the papal consecration ceremony the new Pope was required to sit on the stella stercoraria or "dung seat," pierced in the middle, so that his genitals could be examined as proof of his masculinity.
La primera la toma de San Agustin, a quien en esta ocasion cita explicitamente, y describe el arca como bicamerata y tricamerata, es decir, de cinco camaras siendo las dos inferiores stercoraria y apothecaria y las tres superiores las destinadas a los animales mansos (mitium o micium en Jimenez de Rada), los animales salvajes (immitium o immicium en Jimenez de Rada) y en medio los hombres y las aves.