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genera

 [jen´er-ah] (L.)
plural of genus.

gen·er·a

(jen'ĕr-ă),
Plural of genus.

genera

(jĕn′ər-ə)
n.
Plural of genus.

gen·er·a

(jen'ĕ-ră)
Plural of genus.

genera

The plural of GENUS.
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Macroscopic and microscopic characters of colonies were observed and genera were identified following Emmons et al.
Genera is the oldest and largest manufacturer of animal health products in the Republic of Croatia with a market share in its local market and neighbouring countries.
Notes on two genera of mites (Viedebanttia and Nanacarus) (Acari: Astigmata) described by Oudemans.
Conclusions and Clinical Relevance--Age, female sex, and 3 genera appeared to be positively associated with the presence of advanced atherosclerotic lesions in psittacine birds.
The record of the new species in the Eastern Cape Province highlights insufficient knowledge on this genus, as well as the need for more intensive sampling for elusive genera like Fuchibotulus.
Overall, the heel had the most diverse fungal makeup, with about 80 fungal genera.
In the revision of the genus Thoreyella, Rolston (1984) identified these seven American genera of Pentatomini based in abdominal spine projecting beneath the metasternum and bucculae extending as lobes near to or past the distal end of the first rostral segment.
The high importance of temperate taxa that had immigrated into paramo and contributed to its plant diversity was demonstrated through the chorological studies which documented that between one-half and two-thirds of the genera were of temperate origin (Cleef, 1979, 1981, 2005; van der Hammen & Cleef, 1986; Cleef & Chaverri, 1992; Ramsay, 1992; Salamanca, 1992).
Damselfly genera of the new world; an illustrated and annotated key to the Zygoptera.
The flora describes 540 genera in 127 vascular plant families (pteridophytes, gymnosperms, and angiosperms).
Review of the genera of the Areolatae, including the status of Timema and Agathemera (Insecta, Phasmatodea).