preadult


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preadult

(prē′ə-dŭlt′)
adj.
Of or relating to the period preceding adulthood or the adult stage of the life cycle: preadult anxieties; the preadult morph.
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trochophore larvae, early larvae, late larvae, early juvenile, juvenile, late juvenile, and preadult to adult).
As a modest content analysis of sex education materials (N = 88) suggests, photographic depictions of prepubertal erections are not seen after 1982 and only in three continental books intended for a preadult audience (all originally German).
It should be noted that this last-stage event will not generally have occurred during the preadult life stages that are the focus of our analysis, but the effects of these early life exposures will manifest as incremental tumors that occur during the life-long period of observation of the animals.
Holotype male preadult Russia: S-W Novosibirsk district, 25 km from Karasuk town, shore of Krotovaya Lyaga lake with salt soil, N 53[degrees] 43' 21" E 77[degrees] 52' 06", 23-IX-1988, zone with dominated saltmarsh rush--Juncus gerardii, decomposing hay, leg.
The first article to employ lowercase "president" in the AJPS is Hershey and Hill (1975), which examined the effect of Watergate on preadult political attitudes.
Male ventral organ absent in the preadult specimens.
Politics matters: Political events as catalysts for preadult socialization.
Bioespeleo team, deposited at LSCC-CRFS/ UEPB, number 2288 and 1 preadult, BRAZIL: Minas Gerais, Itabirito (S 20[degrees] 06' 06.
Preadult stages of the dominant fishes seem to adjust well to this new resource: in the Parana River larvae of 10 out of 15 fish species surveyed between October 2000 and March 2001 feed regularly on golden mussel veligers (Paolucci et al.
Malathion and glyphosate at sublethal concentrations were found to decrease the contents of selected biochemical constituents (total protein, carbohydrate and lipid) when compared with control Streptocephalus dichotomus preadults [2].
Inglehart & Baker, 2000; Gundelach, 1994) suggests that scarcity in social and economic resources provide strong influences on the creation of initial value systems for young preadults, by enabling increasing opportunities and reinterpretation of existing social norms during periods of economic and social growth and prosperity, and by requiring a curtailed focus on survival needs during times of economic scarcity and social pressures (Inglehart & Baker, 2000).