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Related to bicornis: Diceros, uterus bicornis

bicornuate

 [bi-kor´nu-āt]
having two horns or having horn-shaped branches (cornua).

bicornate

/bi·cor·nate/ (-kor´nāt) bicornuate.

bicornate

[bīkôr′nāt]
Etymology: L, bis + cornu, horn
having two horns or processes.

bicornate

adjective Having or referring to two horns; bicornuate.

bi·cor·nous

, bicornuate , bicornate (bī-kōr'nŭs, -nū-āt, -nāt)
Two-horned; having two processes or projections.
[bi- + L. cornu, horn]

bi·cor·nous

, bicornuate , bicornate (bī-kōr'nŭs, -nū-āt, -nāt)
Two-horned; having two processes or projections.
[bi- + L. cornu, horn]

bicornate, bicornuate, bicornual

having two horns or cornua, e.g. bicornuate uterus.
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7% del total de los individuos presentes (1159), seguido por A bicornis con 11 individuos representando el 9.
Koch, 1841) Castianeira gertschi + + Kaston, 1945 Gnaphosidae Callilepis pluto + Banks, 1896 Drassodes + auriculoides Barrows, 1919 Drassyllus fallens + Chamberlin, 1922 Gnaphosa fontinalis + Keyserling, 1887 Gnaphosa parvula + Banks, 1896 Haplodrassus bicornis + (Emerton, 1909) Haplodrassus hiemalis + (Emerton, 1909) Herpyllus + ecclesiasticus Hentz, 1832 Litopyllus + temporarius Chamberlin, 1922 Sergiolus capulatus + (Waickenaer, 1837) Urozelotes rusticus + (L.
Honeydew feeding in the solitary bee Osmia bicornis as affected by aphid species and nectar availability.
An issue similar to that faced with laudatum was raised by the claim that two species, similar but distinct from bicornis exist, but are undescribed yet (Johns 1997; balanced in Monteith & Field 2001).
Rhytidophyllum villosulum, Hypericum hypericoides, Andropogon bicornis, Panicum xalapense y Pentalinon luteum.
bicornis plants and seeds were collected from native stands of Tahtakopru Dam and nearby area (latitude: 39deg 57.
Amazingly, the situation was exactly the opposite with the larvae of Osmia bicornis.
rinoceronte negro, Diceros bicornis, en los parques nacionales de Namibia; Berger, 1997), sin ser verificadas, aun cuando existen otras especies en el area que, aunque menos carismaticas, pudieran cumplir mejor el rol de especies paragua.
hic Nomadum genus et discinctos Mulciber Afros, hic Lelegas Carasque sagittiferosque Gelonos finxerat; Euphrates ibat iam molior undis, extremique hominum Morini, Rhenusque bicornis, indomitique Dahae, etpontem indignatus Araxes (A.
There are lots of night scented plants such as Oenothera biennis (evening primrose), Nicotiana alata (tobacco plant), Lonicera perclymenum (honeysuckle) and Matthiola bicornis (nightscented stock), to attract the nocturnal insects.
De este verso de Virgilio procede sin duda este otro de la Tebaida de Estacio, donde se describe una estatua de este mismo dios fluvial: <<Pater ipse bicornis / in laevum prona nixus sedet Inachus urna>> 'Alli se encuentra el mismo padre Inaco, con sus dos cuernos, recostado sobre su lado izquierdo y apoyado en la urna volcada' (II, 217-8, p.
Genetic variation and population structure in remnant populations of black rhinoceros, Diceros bicornis, in Africa.