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confluence

 [kon´floo-ens]
a running together; a meeting of streams.
confluence of sinuses the dilated point of confluence of the superior sagittal, straight, occipital, and two transverse sinuses of the dura mater.

con·flu·ence of si·nus·es

[TA]
a meeting place, at the internal occipital protuberance, of the superior sagittal, straight, and occipital sinuses, drained by the two transverse sinuses of the dura mater.
Synonym(s): confluens sinuum [TA]

con·flu·ence of si·nus·es

(kon-flūĕns sīnŭs-ĕz) [TA]
Meeting place, at the internal occipital protuberance, of the superior sagittal, straight, and occipital sinuses, drained by the two transverse sinuses of the dura mater.

confluence

a running together; a meeting of streams.

confluence of sinuses
the dilated point of confluence of the superior sagittal, straight, occipital and two transverse sinuses of the dura mater.
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confluens and (2) compare leaf chemistry of resprout and nonresprout cottonwoods, while holding both tree Renotype and site constant.
confluens to the same clones of resprout and nonresprout cottonwoods.
confluens on naturally occurring cottonwoods were highest.
Chrysomela confluens both prefers resprout cottonwood foliage and performs better when fed resprout foliage.
Furthermore, species such as Chrysomela confluens that are restricted to juvenile cottonwoods may become increasingly dependent on the resprout growth caused by beavers.
confluens, feeds on juvenile ramets both as larvae and as adults, although larvae have the most impact on the host plant (Floate et al.
Chrysomela confluens [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3C OMITTED] and ants exhibited the opposite pattern: they were 1100 and 138% more abundant on juvenile ramets than on mature zones, respectively.
On cottonwood trees, Pemphigus betae and Chrysomela confluens are the most abundant species in their respective developmental zones.
confluens from juvenile ramets had significant and opposite impacts on their respective communities.
confluens to juvenile ramets, we predicted that the distribution of its predators would show a similar response.
Similar experiments with Chrysomela confluens have not yet been performed to discriminate between the two developmental processes that might influence the performance of this insect.
confluens, whose survival and distributions are determined by developmental traits [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED], affected community structure in opposite ways.