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capitulum

 [kah-pit´u-lum] (pl. capi´tula) (L.)
a small eminence on a bone, as on the distal end of the humerus, by which it articulates with another bone.

ca·pit·u·la

(kă-pit'yū-lă),
Plural of capitulum.

capitula

(kə-pĭch′ə-lə)
n.
Plural of capitulum.

ca·pit·u·la

(kă-pit'yū-lă)
Plural of capitulum.
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In 2011 adult weevils from the capitula held in the screen house also started to emerge in early Jul (Fig.
At the end of the experimental period, all capitula were bagged, preventing access by insects and, at the end of the reproductive season, fruits were collected and number of achenes per capitulum was recorded as a measure of reproductive success.
Sphagnum capitula were mainly located above the water table in the S.
The possible source is found within a sequence of excerpts from the Capitula of Radulf, Bishop of Bourges from 840 until his death in 866.
Single representatives of each inbred line were raised under glass, and, at flowering, two florets were sampled from the center of each of five capitula per plant.
En el castillo de Lens, en 1307, se capitula la pintura de la techumbre en estos tonos por Robert de Rebreuve y Jean Acart ("faire les lambourdes de tout le chiele de la sale l'une vermelle, l'autre verde estincelee de fin or" (35)).
6 cm lata, acuminata, sparsim serrulata vel fere integra, supra strigulosa, infra hispidula; capitula in cymis umbelliformibus disposita, pedunculis singulis 2-7 mm longis; involucrum campanulatum, graduatum, bracteis 10-15, infimis 6-7 mm longis scariosis tenuibus cum apice luteolo reflexo; flores radii 5-7, laminis oblongis 9-11 mm longis luteis; flores disci 10-12, corollis ca.
212) Responsiones ad capitula quarundam objectionum mansuetarum spectanttium ad controversiam de virtutivus infidelium: inter theologos, et quesnellistas agitatam, s.
Algunos titulos que destacan son los siguientes: Capitula episcoporum, Les collections canoniques y Les decretales et les collections de decretales, de Gerard Fransen; Gesta episcoporum, gesta abbatum, de Michel Sot, etc.
This group was defined as being perennial and leafy stemmed plants, leaves petiolate with petiole basally auriculate or decurrent and limb ovate-lanceolate or deltoid, usually 2-9 cm long, capitula usually radiate and several, arranged in corymbose synflorescence, anthers basally obtuse, and style branches apically truncate with short sweeping hairs (Cabrera 1985, Cabrera et al.