Only three mermithid nematodes were reported parasitizing coccinellid insects: Christie in 1936 found Agamermis decaudata Cobb, Steiner & Christie, 1923; Diesing in 1851 described a new species Mermis
coccinellae, and v.
29, 2009, Romano updated shareholders Thomas Kokoruda and Greg Mermis
after he joined the case and met with UEI.
-- Defenseman Dakota Mermis
scored with seven seconds left in overtime to lift the Tucson Roadrunners to a 2-1 victory over the Chicago Wolves (21-15-6-2) on Friday night at Tucson Arena.
et al., "HIV-1/cocaine induced oxidative stress disrupts tight junction protein-1 in human pulmonary microvascular endothelial cells: role of Ras/ERK1/2 pathway," PloS One, vol.
Biological Control of the Grasshopper Hesperotettix viridis pratensis by the Nematode Mermis
The Springfield chamber also announced Cornerstone Awards for John Halgren, a former chamber board member; Mary Adams of the Lane Transit District; Mike Eyster of the University Oregon, a chamber board member; Jessica Mermis
of the UPS Store and Steven Leuck of Contractors Electric.
et al., "Body mass index is associated with reduced exhaled nitric oxide and higher exhaled 8-isoprostanes in asthmatics," Respiratory Research, vol.
These goals have frequently been unidimensional and functionally-based (Fabian, 1991; Mermis
Mature females of Mermis
nigrescens are exceptionally large for a nematode (100 mm long) and unusual in having a single eye.
Law's ability to continue to move the college forward in a progressive and visionary manner," trustee Stephan Mermis
said in a prepared statement.
nigrescens: physiological relationship with its host, the adult desert locust Schistocerca gregaria.