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acari

(ăk′ə-rī′)
n.
1. Plural of acarus.
2. Acari The group of species in the arachnid subclass Acari, which includes the ticks and mites.
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Comparing to the FF, the AP set presented a correlation with the lowest part of the taxonomic groups of edaphic arthropods, especially Acari, Formicidae, Diplopoda and Auchenorrhyncha, in comparison with the AP set (Figure 3).
Taxonomy follows Triplehorn and Johnson, 2004 Treatment HS absent Year Class Order Deer excluded 2005 Arachnida Acari 111.
Dynacor plans to use the plant to evaluate the gold-bearing potential of its five Acari properties and other neighbouring properties.
The kidney of acaris is constituted by kidney corpuscles formed by glomerulus and capillaries, which is covered by the Bowman's capsule formed by a double cell layer, the parietal and visceral epithelium.
According to Francois Gaboury, the Company's geologist now working on the Acari property, "The recently acquired territory covers the extension of the gold-bearing veins on all the above-mentioned properties.
Dynacor Mines has just started gold production at the mill of its Acari mine in Peru.
Dynacor Mines plans to begin production at its Acari mine in Peru next month.
Mines Dynacor confirmed that the Carnero and Principale veins on its Acari property in Peru have high levels of gold content.