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The plant's defensive reaction to the galling insect herbivore attacks is to isolate the toxins or activities of the invader in a tough, tumorous mass of tissue called a gall.
THAT'S GALL-ING: Rochdale go one-down courtesy of Yeovil's Kevin Gall.
Everyone's started to get excited about next year now,' said Gall.
Yeovil are capable of doing well in Division Three and probably higher,'' said Gall.
The aphid will spend the rest of her life inside this gall.
The above analyses of gall size and occupant [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] mass indicate that bird and mammal predators generally should expect a larger reward in a larger gall.
Therefore, the endophyte can only cause mortality when it has sufficient growth activity within the leaf to enter a gall.
Most MMCD applications will likely use single-layer discs for several years to come, predicts Philips' Gall.
But there are other ways of telling the story, which pay more attention to the distinctive forms of bourgeois societal power and self-presentation in the different phases of the twentieth century, and are less beholden to the foundational imagery mobilized so eloquently by Gall.
Gall, whose career includes his former role as President/Chief Executive Officer of Western Sierra Bancorp, succeeds Judy Hess, who remains with the Bank as Chief Banking Officer working directly with Gall.
It was a fantastic feeling to see my shot go in,'' said Gall.
One of Stratton's first actions was to name a new Executive Director--Patricia (Patsy) Semple, formerly a staff assistant to Commissioner Mary Gall.