Vibrio cholerae O1 El Tor: identification of a gene cluster required for the rugose
colony type, exopolysaccharide production, chlorine resistance, and biofilm formation.
In the more rugose
substrate, the ROV and SDC allowed rockfish to be observed in individual cracks and crevices although identifying individuals partially hidden in crevices was more difficult with the SDC.
In addition, encountering problems with existing collections led the authors to revise the taxonomy, biostratigraphy, and phylogeny of all Cisuralian colonial rugose
coral faunas from western and northwestern Pangaea and to reconsider their origin and dispersal within the CAU Realm.
testudinum deduced from a rugose
appearance of the potholes (caused by dead bundle sheaths) and the presence of dead rhizome material in the sediment.
15,16) ELSTs are neuroectodermal tumors that are believed to arise from the proximal, rugose
portion of the endolymphatic sac, which is intratemporal, as opposed to the distal portion of the sac, which lies adjacent to the dura.
The Mustjala Member contains tabulate corals, stromatoporoids, rugose
corals, brachiopods, and crinoidal debris.
The second most abundant group is the solitary rugose
corals (horn corals).
the grid travels grit across roof to
annuum was recognized as narrower and less frequently rugose
than in C.
The clustering of the clay gives a rugose
masses were paired to the five sternal segments, including a well preserved manubrium and xiphisternum.
Based on the fossils present, including rugose
corals and tentaculites, that limestone is either Columbus or Delaware limestone, and was probably quarried in the Sandusky area, in Sandusky County, OH.