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scutellum

(skyo͞o-tĕl′əm)
n. pl. scu·tella (-tĕl′ə)
Zoology A shield-shaped sclerite on the mesothorax of certain insects, posterior to the scutum.

scu·tel′lar (-tĕl′ər) adj.

scutellum

a plate-like projection from the back of a dorsal plate of the thorax in insects.
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Increasingly social exclusion is used to refer to the range of dimensions experienced by people who are marginalised that lead to a reduction in their opportunities to engage to their potential in social or political life (Saunders 2011; Scutella & Wilkins, 2010).
The genus Scutellaria (skullcap) is named from the Latin scutella, a small dish or shield, in allusion to a dish-like protrusion of the calyx (Diggs et al.
En Kalb y Scutella (2003) encontramos el modelo bietapico de Heckman aplicado a la estimacion de una ecuacion de salarios.
Superior trunk and tail ridges a little elevated, margins slightly granular, faintly indented between rings; dorsum of trunk and tail flat; slightly depressed between superior ridges, venter of trunk distinctly V-shaped, with prominent median longitudinal keel; all scutella without longitudinal keels.
14) According to this interpretation the sign is supposed to represent a "plate," which was indeed its old interpretation, resulting in its more recently being given the Latin name SCUTELLA.
Scutella, "Directed Hypergraphs as a Modelling Paradigm," Tech.
Dr Rosanna Scutella is the Ronald Henderson Senior Research Fellow, a position jointly funded by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research at the University of Melbourne and the Brotherhood of St Laurence.
Two New Zealand studies have investigated the impact of the Working for Families Programme on work effort (Kalb and Scutella 2003 and Kalb, Cai et al.
Macrofossils such as Scutella, Clypeaster, Echinolampas, Amphiope, and Maretia represent warm waters.
Furthermore, a longitudinal section of a rehydrated mature lpa241 kernel, stained with toluidine blue, showed that the wild-type scutella contained many large globoids (Fig.
Numerous studies of women's involvement in the paid workforce demonstrate a strong negative link between the presence of children and both participation and working hours (see, for example, Chapman, Dunlop, Gray, Lui, & Mitchell, 2001; and Scutella, 2000/2001).