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genera

 [jen´er-ah] (L.)
plural of genus.

gen·er·a

(jen'ĕr-ă),
Plural of genus.

genera

/gen·era/ (jen´er-ah) plural of genus.

genera

(jĕn′ər-ə)
n.
Plural of genus.

genera

See genus.

gen·er·a

(jen'ĕ-ră)
Plural of genus.

genera

The plural of GENUS.

genera

[L.] plural of genus.
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In earlier ICTV reports, names of orders, families, subfamilies, and genera were written in italics with a capital initial letter and had the following endings: -virales for orders, -viridae for families, -virinae for subfamilies and -virus for genera.
These bacteria, later arrivals to tooth plaque, also coaggregate with specific strains of various genera.
In 29 genera of Aeolothripidae, 6 genera and 11 species were found in fossil form (ThripsWiki, 2014).
Genera is the oldest and largest manufacturer of animal health products in the Republic of Croatia with a market share in its local market and neighbouring countries.
Conclusions and Clinical Relevance--Age, female sex, and 3 genera appeared to be positively associated with the presence of advanced atherosclerotic lesions in psittacine birds.
Descriptions of new genera from Brazil in the tribes Heterospilini and Spathiini with similar wing venation (Hymenoptera: Braconidae, Doryctinae).
They provide keys to the genera and species, and account for 46 of the 52 taxa covered.
Intensive field work by researchers David General of the Palawan State University, The Philippines and Gary Alpert of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University led to the discovery of nine genera of ants whereas another two new genera were discovered by other researchers in a remote mountain region.
Sierwald (1989, 1990), who provided extensive analyses of the female (Sierwald 1989) and male (Sierwald 1990) genitalia of several pisaurid genera, detailed several similarities of these two genera and concluded that these ".
The latter includes 13 genera and five of these are found in the New World (Sharkey 1997).
Taxonomists have often split and revised genera, but the last new monkey genus was named in 1927: Oreonax, a type of woolly monkey.