echino

echino

- prickly; spiny
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However, larval development of Echino metralucunter was found to be slowed considerably in reducing salinities (Metaxas, 1998).
2003) studied the in vitro parasiticidal effect of nitazoxanide (NTZ) on Echino coccus multilocularis metacestodes using electron microscopy.
Pigeon and the young sea urchins, Romanoff and Echino.
Zamora, "Middle Cambrian Echinoderms from North Spain Show Echino derms Diversified Earlier in Gondwana," Geology 38, no.
NADH dehy drogenase 1 gene sequences compared for species and strains of the genus Echino coccus.
En las terrazas laterales al lecho fluvial, laderas bajas de piedemonte y conoterrazas de diversas potencias acumulativas, crecen espontaneamente el cactus prismatico gigante (Curis: Cereus macrostibas), chimbil (melocactus: Echino cactus), la pitajaya (Cactus pitajaya), el chuna o cactus ovinus (Novoespostoa Lanata), achupallas espinosas (Puya sp.
Desde luego, Gesner utilizo y reconocio el merito de la extensa discusion de Erasmo del proverbio que relacionaba a ambos animales en sus dos articulos, De Vulpe (Sobre el zorro) y De Echino (Sobre el erizo), de su tratado fundamental de 1551.
What does it do: The plant takes its name from the Greek echinos for sea urchin, which refers to the dried seed head.
Mae'r enw Ecinodermiaid yn dod o Hen Roeg - echinos a derma.
On the other hand, echinos can refer to a hedgehog and thus, by association, to pubic hair, or even to a wide-mouthed jar and therefore, as Henderson (1987:205) quaintly puts it, to 'bodily cavities'.
Solanum xanthocarpum, Echinos echninatus, Alhagi mourarum, Verbena officinalis and Tribulus terrestris .
squarrosum, Agriophyllum Bassia dasyplzvlla, squarrosum Echinos gmelinii, Eragrostis poaeoides S(H) (A) 1 (<1) 22(12) AGB (B) 0 4.