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glans pe·'nis

[TA]
the conic expansion of the corpus spongiosum that forms the head of the penis.
Synonym(s): balanus

balanus

An obsolete term for either
(1) Glans penis, or  
(2) Glans clitoridis.

balanus

(băl′ă-nŭs) [Gr. balanos, glans]
The glans penis or glans clitoridis.
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Scanning electron microscopy of cyprid larvae in Balanus amphitrite amphitrite (Crustacea: Cirripedia: Thoracica: Balanomorpha).
TABLA III ESPECIES RESPONSABLES DEL [aproximadamente igual a] 70 % LA DIFERENCIACION ENTRE LOS SECTORES Y SU CONTRIBUCION A LOS VALORES DE DISIMILITUD BRAY-CURTIS (ANALISIS SIMPER) Especies FSE FSI PC Crassostrea rizophorae 86,83 54,17 12,64 Aplidium accarense 37,17 0,00 6,26 Tedania ignis 30,92 0,00 4,74 Nemalecium sp 10,75 20,75 3,75 Brachidonte sp 3,60 20,51 3,63 Clavelina oblonga 23,13 0,00 3,42 Balanus sp.
29TNG27: Ria de Vigo, puerto de Vigo, Iberconsa, 25-IV-1997, tetrasporofito, sobre rocas del dique, Cremades, SANT-9205; ibidem, junto a industrias navales Patouro, 17-III-1995, tetrasporofito, sobre Balanus perforatus, Guillermes & Cremades, SANT-8091 (como D.
Especie Estructura Habito trofico Crustacea Austromegabalanus B,L,C Suspensivoro psittacus Balanus laevis B,L,E1 Suspensivoro Pollicipes elegans L,C Suspensivoro Lepas sp.
The seasonal changes in body weight, biochemical composition and oxygen uptake of two common boreo-artic cirripedes, Balanus balanoides and B.
Substratum heterogeneity and complexity influence microhabitat selection of Balanus sp.
He is also believed to have funded an attempt to smuggle seven tons of cannabis into Britain on the ex-Admiralty survey ship Balanus eight years ago.
The parasitic forms can be as small as a fraction of an inch in length, while the shell of the acorn barnacle Balanus psittacus reaches a height of about 8--10 inches.
Chthamalus is more abundant at higher levels and Balanus at lower ones.
Chthamalus was more tolerant of both biotic and abiotic forces than was Balanus and usually had high survival during periods of high Balanus mortality.