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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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The screening of sponge extracts for antifouling activity using a bioassay with laboratory-reared cyprid larvae of the barnacle Balanus amphitrite.
Vincent, 1824# - - + Keratella cochlearis Gosse, 1851# - + + Lecane Nitzsch, 1827# - + - Notholca acuminata Ehrenberg, 1832# - - + Philodina Ehrenberg, 1830# - - - Polyarthera dolichoptera Idelson, 1925# - - + Synchaeta Ehrenberg, 1832 + + + Synchaeta stylata Wierzejski, 1893 + - - Synchaeta voraxRousselet, 1902 + - - Testudinella patina Hermann, 1783# - - - Trichocerca Lamarck, 1801# - - + Trichocerca capica Tschugunoff, 1921# - - + Microzooplankton Ciliata: Codonella Haeckel, 1873 - - + Codonella relicta Minikiewich, 1905 - + + Tintinnopsis Stein 1867 - + + Tintinnopsis karajacensis Brandt, 1896 - + - Tintinnopsis tubulosa Levander, 1900 - + + Meroplankton taxa (Mesozooplankton) Arachnida Larvae Cuvier, 1812 + - - Cirripedia: * Balanus sp.
Balanus improvisus, to Poly(dimethylsiloxane) Fouling-Release Coatings and Poly(methyl methacrylate) Panels: The Effect of Barnacle Size on Strength and Failure Mode." J.
The suspension-feeding barnacle Balanus improvisus and the mussel Mytilus trossulus had also relatively high occurrences (30.0% and 32.6%, respectively) and biomasses (41.1 and 13.7 g dw [m.sup.2] respectively) and were distributed over a wide range of depths.
30TWP10: Arrastraculos, intermareal inferior, 26-V-1998, tetrasporofito, sobre Balanus, Secilla, BIO-Algae 3100; ibidem, intermareal medio, 26-V-1998, esteril, sobre Mesophyllum lichenoides, Secilla, BIO-Algae 3108; ibidem, intermareal inferior, 26V-1998, esteril, pared, sobre Zanardinia prototypus, Secilla, BIOAlgae 3125.
Ninety-eight percent of the noncolonial organisms identified in photographs belonged to five extremely abundant taxa: Spirorbis spp., the tubeworm Protula tubularia, the jingle shells Anomia spp., the barnacles Balanus spp., and an unidentified species of burrowing anemones (order Ceriantharia).