tapeta have been found in 32 angiosperm families, of which 14 are dicots.
Gentiana acaulis that has anthers with orbicules and an amoeboid
tapetum type (Lombardo & Carraro, 1976).
Protist: Body Builder from the Mediterranean
COMPARED to most of the new species on the list, the single-cell amoeboid
protist is a giant, coming in at a staggering four to five centimetres tall.
Antimicrobial and cytolytic polypeptides of amoeboid
protozoa-effector molecules of primitive phagocytes.
Importantly, microglia largely remain in an activated, amoeboid
state until the early postnatal period (Ling and Wong 2004), which makes them especially sensitive to long-term functional changes by perinatal inflammatory events (Bilbo and Schwarz 2009; Williamson et al.
INCE Lactobacillusiulkenia amoeboid
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verticals standing nearly two feet tall were intermingled throughout the show.
practice squirms across media and modes of presentation, attaching itself at random to pedestals, walls, and the gallery floor.
There are two major types of tapetum, the more primitive secretory type, considered to be the prevalent type in the majority of plants, and amoeboid
type that extends to microspores in the anther locule .
Slime molds are not actually molds or even fungi; rather, they are classified as amoeboid
The crowd was no longer the "huge, harmless, amoeboid
mass that took its shape from the streets, changing as they changed, yet remaining intact, of a piece" (Marshall, The Chosen Place 292).