albidus

al·bi·dus

(al'bi-dŭs),
White, whitish.
[L.]
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Ecotoxicity of chromium (III) to Eisenia fetida, Enchytraeus albidus, and Folsomnia cadida, Ecotxicology and Environmental Safety 51: 203-205.
n=13), Cryptococcus albidus (n=14), Rhodotorula sp.
Effects of estradiol and progesterone on the reproduction of the freshwater crayfish Cherax albidus.
Lovenula excellens Kiefer, 1929 Lovenula falcifera (Loven, 1845) Macrocyclops albidus (Jurine, 1820) Metadiaptomus meridianus (van Douwe, 1912) Metadiaptomus transvaalensis Methuen, 1919 Microcyclops sp.
Clumps of strap-like leaves rise to stout stems crowned with large rounded heads of blue flowers often ageing to purple or alternatively its white partners Albidus or Snow Cloud.
ASTM (2000) 'Standard guide for conducting laboratory soil toxicity or bioaccumulation tests with the Lumbricid earthworm Eisenia Ferida and the Enchytraeid potworm Enchytaeus albidus.
Stingray (family) Dasyatidae Spotted snake eel Ophichthus ophis Spanish sardine Sardinella aurita Spanish hogfish Bodianus rufus Skipjack tuna Katsuwonus pelamis Skate (genus) Raja Shrimp eel Ophichthus gomesi Sand tiger Carcharias taurus Saddled grenadier Caelorinchus caelorhincus Roughtongue bass Holanthias martinicensis Rosette skate Raja garmani Porkfish Anisotremus virginicus Offshore hake Merluccius albidus Octopus (order) Octopoda Ocellated frogfish Antennarius ocellatus Marbled grouper Epinephelus inermis Mantis (genus) shrimp Squilla sp.
Enhanced photo-and antioxidative protection, and hydrogen peroxide accumulation in drought-stressed Cistus clusii and Cistus albidus plants.
Other yeast organisms recovered from psittacine bird droppings were Cryptococcus albidus and Cryptococcus uniguttulatus.
2000), who reported that OM content and pH were the most important factors affecting cadmium toxicity to Enchytraeus albidus.
The organisms used for ecotoxicological evaluation of soils are earthworms (OECD Guideline 207), soil enchytraeid worms Enchytraeus albidus (ISO Guideline 16387), plants (OECD Guideline 208) and bacteria (OECD Guidelines 216 & 217).
Ice worm mitochondrial DNA sequence compari sons suggest that ice worms separated from two of their closest terrestrial relatives, Enchytraeus albidus and Fredericia tuberosa, between 60-100 million years ago, raising the possibility that ice worm origins predate the speculated time frame of Alaskan glaciation.