Protura


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Protura

an order of primitive, wingless insects lacking antennae and compound eyes, which occur in soil and litter and under bark.
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For the 28S rDNA regions, details are described in Schneider & D'Haese (2013) and Stevens & D'Haese (2014), and several primer pairs were used combining Collembola and Protura specific primers (some newly designed for the present work): 28S-C1c (5'-ACC CGC YWA ATT TAA GCA T-3') and 28S-ApR (5'-CGT GTT TCA AGA CGG GYC-3') for 28S rDNA D1--D2; and 28S-Ap (5'-GRC CCG TCT TGA AAC ACG-3') and 28S-D4D5R (5'-GTT ACA CAC TCC TTA GCG GA-3') for 28S rDNA D3--D6.
El nombre Protura indica: pro = hacia delante y uron = cola (Nosek, 1978; Szeptycki, 2007).
Sin embargo, esta cifra excluye los datos para Protura, Collembola y Diplura (al ser considerados como pertenecientes a la Clase Entognatha).
2 (pagina 182) resume las ideas mas recientes en relaciones genealogicas dentro de Hexapoda, colocando a Collembola y Protura como un grupo no monofiletico, y excluyendo a Diplura de Insecta s.
La mesofauna estuvo representada en ambas parcelas por Collembola, Protura Psocoptera.
Twelve insect orders (Hymenoptera, Diptera, Coleoptera, Homoptera, Collembola, Lepidoptera, Protura, Hemiptera, Trichoptera, Neuroptera and Orthoptera) were represented among the captured prey, as were several other invertebrate groups (Chilopoda, Diplopoda, Acarina, Araneae, Gastropoda, Oligochaeta and Nematoda) [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
Including the acquisition of its interest in Protura, Safeguard also provided $10 million in fundings to its partner companies and $4 million to its private equity funds.