gonagra

gonagra

 [go-nag´rah]
gout in the knee.
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The other species collected (Clibanarius sclopetarius, Paguristes tortugae, Epialtus bituberculatus, Eriphia gonagra, and Menippe nodifrons) were less frequent, varying from occasional to rare.
sanctus, Anisoscelis foliacea (F.), Holhymenia histrio (F.), Leptoglossus gonagra (F.), Leptoglossus zonatus (Dallas), Phthia picta (Drury), Anasa tristis (De Geer), and Spartocera dentiventris Berg (Panizzi & Grazia 2015).
Among the known species, only Leptoglossus gonagra (Fabricius) has been recorded outside the Western Hemisphere, with records from Africa, Asia, the Pacific Islands and Australia (Allen, 1969; Brailovsky and Barrera, 1998; Schaefer et al., 2008).
Alexy Sufurin, a Russian scientist, writes in his book that by means of fasting a specific result can be obtained in treating diseases such as: anemia, dyspepsia, chronic extended enteritis, furuncle and inner abscess, consumption, rheumatism, gout (padagra, chiragra, gonagra), dropsy, sciatica, some ophthalmic diseases, diabetes, skin diseases, renal diseases, and so on.
Identity of the groundnut and tamarind seed-beetles (Coleoptera: Bruchidae: Pachymerinae), with the restoration of Caryedon gonagra (F.).
Outros hemipteros responderam de forma diferente dos pentatomideos, como Leptoglossus gonagra (Fabricius), cuja populacao nao variou em funcao do sistema de controle de plantas daninhas.
alata foi constatado tambem em relacao ao percevejo Leptoglossus gonagra Fabr.
Jim Clough, vice president of marketing for foodservice, ConAgra Frozen Foods, will discuss GonAgra's successful marketing strategies.
Altogether, 29 sequences of the barcode region of the COl gene from the captured Phyllophaga species were used for phylogenetic analysis, and Caryedon gonagra (F.) KP216604 was used as the out-group.
(1997) on rocky shores at Sao Sebastiao in Sao Paulo demonstrated mortality of many individuals of Eriphia gonagra (Fabricius, 1781), among other invertebrates.
(1990), Eriphia gonagra (Fabricius, 1781) by Goes & Fransozo (1998), Ocypode quadrata (Fabricius, 1787) by Fransozo et al.