Ecological importance of kelp-like holdfasts
as a habitat of invertebrates in central Chile.
Taphonomy of diploporite (Echinodermata) holdfasts
from a Silurian hardground, southeastern Indiana, United States: palaeoecologic and stratigraphic significance.
After the seahorse selected the holdfast
inside the territory, the damselfish was reintroduced.
Only 12 local governments answered the second round: Holdfast
Bay and Melbourne in Australia, Mataro, Mostoles and San Cugat in Spain, Austin, Charlotte, Maricopa, San Jose, Scottsdale and Tucson in the USA, and Lulea in Sweden.
About three years ago I was very annoyed because I had always wanted a horse named Holdfast
is a leading supplier of sealants and adhesives with the principal business aimed at professionals and distributing to high-end volume chains.
The sub-divisions of these sections are based on a more detailed description of receptacle morphology and reproduction strategies (dioecy, monoecy, male/female dimorphism or not), and to a less extent on the morphology of vesicles, holdfast
is a structure biologists don't entirely understand," writes the Oregon State distinguished professor of philosophy.
After germination the seeds all formed holdfast
roots to the cork host; but later generations do not show any interest in forming roots and rely on the plant structure for attachment (fig.
Each individual was collected by prying its holdfast
free from the rock, taking care to avoid damaging any portion of the organism.
Le Guin's Hainish novels, James Blish's Cities in Flight quartet, Suzy McKee Charnas's Holdfast
Chronicles, Frank Herbert's Dune series, and Cordwainer Smith's stories of the Instumentality of Mankind.
This type of fossil usually has a long and narrow but flexible, gently tapering tube with a cup-like attachment disc, or holdfast
, at the pointed end, which once anchored the organism to the sea floor, or to a hard surface such as a shell or another Sphenothallus.