Spix


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Spix

(shpiks),
Johann B., German anatomist, 1781-1826. See: Spix spine.
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(4) Round off the product of multiplying val_s by spix to generate an integer between 0 and spix - 1.
Spix, "Animalia nova sive species nova lacertarum quas in itinere per Brasiliam annis MDCCCXVII-MDCCCXX jussu et auspiciis Maximiliani Josephi I Bavariae Regis suscepto collegit et descripsit Dr.
Avaliacao radiografica, ultrassonografica e endocrina do ciclo reprodutivo de jabutis-piranga (Geochelone carbonaria, SPIX, 1824) e jabutis-tinga (Geochelone denticulata, LINEU, 1766).
En general los primates presentaron pocas detecciones (Tabla 1), por lo que no fue posible ajustar modelos ni siquiera al agrupar las especies segun su tamano: primates grandes (Alouatta sp., Callicebus cupreus Spix, Cebus sp.
The nineteenth-century naturalists Spix and Martius credited Africans themselves with the palm's transfer to Bahia, but contemporary scholars, beginning with Bahian social scientist Edison Carneiro, have assumed that slave traffickers first planted the palm there.
Rio 2 picks up the story of two specimens of the critically endangered Spix's macaws Blu (Jesse Eisenberg) and Jewel (Anne Hathaway) in Rio.
And the separate case of the Spix's Macaw - extinct in the wild in Brazil but being brought back from the brink in a captive breeding programme in Tenerife - shows that in principle it can be done.
Heinrich Fischer (former CEO of Saurer Group) acts as the Chairman of the Board, and members are Hans-Georg Harter, former CEO of ZF, Rudolf Huber, Former Geberit and Guido Spix, CTO of Multivac.
Comparative study on hematological parameters of farmed matrinxa, Brycon amazonicus Spix and Agassiz, 1829 (Characidae: Bryconinae) with others Bryconinae species.
Some organs of the razor-billed curassow (Pauxi tuberosa Spix, Cracidae) are used by a riverine community of the Oriental Amazonia in Brazil (Barros et al., 2011).
The most cited animals in this category were the three-banded armadillo, Spix's yellow-toothed cavy and rock cavy, which are commonly consumed as food by this community.