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Hydra

a genus of the coelenterate class Hydrozoa. Most species are found in freshwater, and are unusual members of the Hydrozoa in not having an ALTERNATION OF GENERATIONS.
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When hydras are exposed to toxic substances, they may undergo graded changes in their body structure, which can be used as indicative of the degree of toxicity to be assayed at lethal or sublethal concentrations.
So 10 hydras will become 20 in two days, and in two more days there will be 40
Begin to look for hydras on the brightest sides of the jars.
Our claim that HYDRA is an invulnerable Internet server is stronger than ever," Hessel added.
2 December 2011 - Clean energy technologies holding American Security Resources Corporation (OTCBB:ARSC) announced the completion of the merger between its unit Hydra Fuel Cell Corporation and technology developer iVoice Inc (OTCBB:IVOI), effective 30 November 2011.
Hydra are a particularly good model in which to study nervous system development because they have a few easily observed morphologically and immunochemically defined neuron types.
OTCBB:ARSC) has voted to spin off its wholly owned subsidiary, Hydra Fuel Cell Corporation (www.
American Hydrogen Corporation will operate initially from the offices of ARSC's subsidiary, Hydra Fuel Cell Corporation.
Nasdaq: QVDX) providing reusable software components and services that facilitate enterprise-class application development, today announced that EnergySolve, LLC (EnergySolve), a utility bill outsourcing company that provides electronic utility bill auditing, tariff analysis, late fee avoidance and flexible bill payment solutions has selected the Rogue Wave[R] Hydra Suite to improve the processing and analysis of energy usage data collected from EnergySolve's clients.
HOUSTON -- American Security Resources Corporation (OTCBB:ARSC) today announced that its Hydra Fuel Cell subsidiary has submitted a proposal in response to Columbia, South Carolina's Fuel Cell Challenge www.
OTCBB:ARSC) announced today that James Twedt, President and CEO of its Hydra Fuel Cell Corp.
Commercial production is slated for later this year and our Hydra Fuel Cell Corp.